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GENERAL CATALOGUE 



OF THE 



THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 



ANDOVER, MASSACHUSETTS 



1808-1908 



Thomas Todd, Printer 

14 Beacon Street 

Boston, Mass. 



HISTORIC DATES 



Phillips Academy founded 1778 

Dr. John Phillips Foundation for Divinity Students in Phillips 

Academy established 1795 

Charter granted to Theological Seminary in Phillips Academy, June 19, 1807 



Constitution of original founders established 

Associate Foundation of Seminary established 

First professors inaugurated and Seminary opened 

First class graduated 

Phillips Hall built 

Bartlet Chapel built 

Bartlet Hall built 

Semi-centennial celebration of Seminary 

Brechin Hall Library built 

Seminary Chapel built 

New Board of Trustees for Seminary incorporated 

Centennial celebration of Seminary 

Seminary removed to Cambridge 



September 2, 1807 

May 10, 1808 

September 28, 1808 

September 25, 1810 

1809 

181S 

1821 

August 4-5, 1858 

1866 

1876 

April 1, 1907 

June 9-11, 1908 

1908 



CONTENTS 

Historic Dates • . ii 

Ideals of Founders iv 

Preface . . . . . v-vi 

Abbreviations vii-viii 

Trustees 1-10 

Visitors 11-13 

Presidents ........... 14 

Professors 14-18 

Instructors 18-22 

Lecturers 22-26 

Librarians 27 

Divinity Students in Phillips Academy ..... 28-29 

Explanations 30 

Biographical Record of Alumni ....... 31-505 

Statistical Summary . 506 

Additions and Corrections . 507-511 

Foreign Missionaries 512-514 

Index of Officers - 515-517 

Index of Alumni 518-568 

List of Officers and Faculty 1909 569-570 

Illustrations: Seminary Buildings, before 1878 . . . Frontispiece 

Seminary Buildings, after 1878 . . . Opposite 504 
Representative Professors .... Opposite 14 



IDEALS OF THE FOUNDERS 

And whereas many of the Students in this Seminary may be devoted 
to the sacred work of the gospel ministry — that the true and funda- 
mental principles of the Christian Religion may be cultivated, 
established, and perpetuated in the Christian church, so far as this 
Institution may have influence, it shall be the duty of the Master 
. . . not only to instruct and establish them in the truth of Chris- 
tianity, but also early and diligently to inculcate upon them the 
great and important doctrines . . . and duties of our Holy Christian 
Religion. From the Constitution of Phillips Academy, 1778. 

And my will is that . . . such of these [scholars] , who are designed 
to be employed in the great and good work of the gospel ministry, . . . 
may be assisted in the study of Divinity, under the direction of some 
eminent Calvinistic minister of the gospel, until such time as an 
able, pious, and orthodox Instructor shall be supported ... as a 
Professor of Divinity, by whom they may be taught the important 
principles and distinguishing tenets of our holy Christian Religion. 
From will of Dr. John Phillips, 1795, establishing Foundation 
for Divinity Students in Phillips Academy. 

. . . Making some provision for increasing the number of learned 
and able Defenders of the gospel of Christ, as well as of orthodox, 
pious, and zealous Ministers of the New Testament; being moved 
by the same Spirit which actuated the Founders and Benefactors 
aforesaid, and influenced, as we hope, by a principle of gratitude 
to God and benevolence to man. 

From Constitution of Theological Seminary, 1807. 

To the Spirit of Truth, to the divine Author of our faith, to the 
only wise God, we desire in sincerity to present this our humble 
offering, devoutly imploring the Father of Lights, richly to endue 
with wisdom from above all his Servants, the Visitors of this 
Foundation and the Trustees of the Seminary, and with spiritual 
understanding the Professors therein; that, being illuminated by 
the Holy Spirit, their doctrine may drop as the rain; and that their 
Pupils may become Trees of renown in the Courts of our God, 
whereby He may be glorified. 

From Statutes of the Associate Foundation, 1808. 



PREFACE 

There have been eighteen previous general catalogues of the 
Seminary, beginning in 1815, and continuing triennially until 1857, 
inclusive; subsequent issues were in 1867, 1870 and 1880 (published 
1883)." Those of the earlier series were prepared by members of 
the Faculty. Several editions were compiled with characteristic 
painstaking and accuracy by Prof. Bela B. Edwards, as is specially 
attested by the letters collected by him in preparation for the cata- 
logue of 1845 and preserved in the Seminary Library. The catalogue 
of 1867 was prepared by Rev. A. H. Quint, D.D. of the class of 
1852, the material having been in part collected by Rev. William R. 
Jewett of the class of 1834. Dr. Quint was also the compiler of the 
edition of 1870, and in part of that of 1880, the latter having been 
completed and published by Rev. Henry A. Hazen of the class of 
1857, with constant and valuable assistance from Rev. William L. 
Ropes of the class of 1852, Seminary librarian, and of Miss Mary E. 
Stone of the Congregational Library, Boston. 

Before 1857 the catalogues contained only graduates in the 
regular course, giving in one line the name, college and residence. 
In 1857 and 1867 non-graduates were included, and at the close of 
the catalogue a partial list given of resident licentiates, but with- 
out the year of residence in the Seminary or other facts. In 1870 
and 1880, as planned by Dr. Quint, the data of both graduates and 
non-graduates were given much more fully, including date of birth 
and continuous record of ministerial service, with a supplementary 
list of resident students and resident licentiates, with the year of 
their residence, date of ordination and latest address. 

The present catalogue — begun March 1, 1904 — is based upon 
the edition of 1880, but the sketches of all the alumni from the first 
have been reviewed, one by one, and such additions and corrections 
made as later publications of college records, local history and family 
genealogy might furnish. Other facts are also given, especially 
the source and date of honorary degrees, course of study in other 
seminaries, mention of authorship, and service in the civil war. 
Members of the Advanced Class, resident students and resident 
licentiates have been transferred from the separate lists at the end 
of the book to their respective places in the chronological lists, and 
the same account given of them as of students in the regular course. 
Statistical sketches have been made of all the Trustees from the 
founding of Phillips Academy in 1778, as also of the Visitors, 
professors and other instructors in the Seminary, and a full list of 
lecturers added. Prefixed to the alumni of the Seminary proper is 
the record of Divinity Students under the Dr. John Phillips Founda- 
tion in Phillips Academy, which, beginning in 1795, was the nucleus 



vi PREFACE 

and precursor of the theological school. A few names, found in the 
annual catalogues or in the Faculty records, but not included in 
previous general catalogues, have now been added. Several students 
of earlier years, about whom nothing has been known, have been 
traced and their data inserted. 

The text of the alumni sketches was finished in December of 
the centennial year, but subsequent changes of address or service, 
when reported, and errors or omissions when ascertained, have been 
given under Additions and Corrections. A page of statistics as to 
the total numbers of students and their ministerial or other public 
service is added, as also a list of foreign missionaries in chronological 
order from the first year of the century to the last. There are two 
indexes, one of the officers, including trustees, visitors and all in- 
structors; the other of the alumni, the latter giving both the year 
and the pages where their record may be found. Three illustrations 
are inserted: the Seminary buildings as they were before the altera- 
tions of 1878, and as they have appeared, with the Library and 
Chapel, since that time; and six representative professors of the 
century, two each from the earlier, middle and later periods. For 
the information of alumni a compact list of the present boards of 
government and instruction in the Seminary is added at the close 
of the book. 

As errors and omissions will probably be found in the great 
number of dates, places and other items — fully a hundred thousand 
in all — it may not be improper for the compiler to state that con- 
stant pains have been taken to secure complete and accurate data by 
writing to all alumni known or supposed to be living, or if deceased, 
to surviving relatives. In default of replies to these inquiries — 
which often have been repeated again and again — or when replies 
failed to furnish the information needed, search has been continued 
in public records, college publications, church year-books and news- 
paper files, and through correspondence with class secretaries, necrol- 
ogists, librarians and local antiquaries, to all of whom grateful 
acknowledgment is hereby made. This general acknowledgment is 
incomplete without a special recognition of the invaluable service 
of the compiler's assistant, Miss Jane B. Carpenter, who has written 
out all the "copy," and read all the "proof" — except this single 
sentence; to her unwearied and discriminating care in the arrange- 
ment of statistics is largely due whatever of clearness And accuracy 
the sketches possess. 

It is a joy to believe that this record of three thousand "learned 
and able Defenders of the gospel of Christ" educated here in the 
century past will show that our beloved Seminary has nobly fulfilled 
the ideals which its Founders in their farseeing wisdom and devout 
faith held for the coming of the Kingdom of God in our own land 

and throughout the world. />, ,-. /-. 

C. C. Carpenter. 

Andovee, March 1, 1909. 



ABBREVIATIONS 



The abbreviations used in the text are generally such as will be readily 
recognized. The lists given below omit the accepted contractions for geograph- 
ical names, months of the year, military designations, and other common 
abbreviations. 

DENOMINATIONS 



Bapt. Baptist 
Cong. Congregational 
Cumb. Presb. Cumberland Presby- 
terian 
Epis. Episcopal 
Ger. Ref. German Reformed 



Luth. Lutheran 

Meth. Methodist 

Presb. Presbyterian 

Ref. Dutch Reformed Dutch 

Rom. Cath. Roman Catholic 

Unit. Unitarian 



COLLEGES AND OTHER INSTITUTIONS 



Alleg. Allegheny 

Amh. Amherst 

And. Sem. Andover Seminary 

Bowd. Bowdoin 

Columb. Columbia 

Coll. of Phys. and Surg. College of 
Physicians and Surgeons 

Cumb. Cumberland 

Dart. Dartmouth 

Del. Lit. Inst. Delaware Literary 
Institute 

Gen. Theol. Sem. General Theolog- 
ical Seminary 

Ger. Ref. Sem. German Reformed 
Seminary 

Ham. Hamilton 



Hart. Hartford 

Harv. Harvard 

Ind. Indiana 

Jeff. Jefferson 

Meth. Gen. Bib. Inst. Methodist 

General Biblical Institute 
Midd. Middlebury 
P.A. Phillips Academy 
Pacif. Pacific 
Princ. Princeton 
Transyl. Transylvania 
Wash. Washington 
Wesl. Wesleyan 
West. Res. Western Reserve 
Wms. Williams 



GENERAL 



A.B.C.F.M. American Board of Com- 
missioners for Foreign Missions 
Admin. Administration 
adv. advanced 

Agric. Agriculture, Agricultural 
Amer. American 
Anc. Ancient 
Antiq. Antiquarian 
a.p. acting pastor 
App. Applied 
Assoc. Associate, Association 

b. born 

Benef. Beneficence 
Bib. Biblical 
Biog'l Biographical 

Cent'y Centenary 



ch. church 


chap. 


chaplain 


Chr. 


Christian 


co. county, company 


col'd 


colored 


Colleg. 


Collegiate 


coll'r 


collector 


Coin 


Colonization 


colp'r 


colporteur 


Com. 


Commission, common 


commis. commissary 


com'r 


commissioner 


Cond'c 


i Condition 


Conf. 


Conference 




Congress 


Congr. 


Congressional 


ConscK 


i. Consociation 


Const. 


Constitutional 



Vlll 



ABBREVIATIONS 



Cont. Continental 
Conv. Convention 
cor. corresponding 
corres. correspondent 

d. died 
dep. deputy 
Div. Divinity 
Dom. Domestic 

ed. editor 

ed'l editorial 

ed'n edition 

Educ. Education 

educ'l educational 

emer. emeritus 

eng. engineer 

estab. established, establishment 

evang. evangelist, evangelistic 

Evang'l Evangelical 

For. Foreign 

gen. general 
Gen'l Genealogical 
grad. graduate 

h.m. home missionary 

Hist. Gen'l Historic Genealogical 

hon. honorary 

incumb. incumbent 

Ind. Indian 

Indep. Independent 

ins. insert 

Inst. Institute 

Inst'n Institution 

Inst'n'l Institutional 

Int. Rev. Internal Revenue 

Lang. Language, Languages 
Lit. Literary, Literature 

Med. Medical, medicine 



Met. Metaphysics 
Mil. Military 
min. minister 
Miss'y Missionary 
Mod. Modern, moderator 

non-com'd non-commissioned 

occas. occasionally 
ord. ordained 

p. pastor 

pub. published, publisher, public 

pub'n publication 

r. rector 

rec. recording 

reg'r registrar 

res. resided, residing 

res. grad. resident graduate 

res. lie. resident licentiate 

res. stu. resident student 

Res'n Reservation 

rev. revised 

Rev. Relig. Revealed Religion 

San. Sanitary 

sen. senior 

S.S. Sunday School 

statis. statistical 

stu. student 

stud, studied, studying 

sup. supplied, supplying 

Syn. Synod 

Theol. Theology, Theological 
Trin. Trinitarian 



Univ. University 
U.S.C.T. United 
Troops 



States Colored 



w.c. without charge 



The following explanatory notes are given in addition to those on page 30 : 

The honorary degree of A.M. is not recorded when the recipient is a college 
graduate. 

Sem. means a theological seminary. When a college or seminary has 
changed its name during the century, as N.J. Coll. to Princeton Univ. or 
Theol. Inst. Ct. to Hartford Sem., the title Is used which was correct at time 
of reference. 

Resident and special students in later years (1888 — 1908) are entered under 
the last year of residence, following the lists of non-graduates. 



TRUSTEES OF PHILLIPS ACADEMY 

The twelve original trustees were appointed by the Founders in the Consti- 
tution, 1778, and confirmed by the Act of Incorporation, 1780, which provided 
that the Board should fill all vacancies by election, and that the Principal of 
Phillips Academy should ever be a member of the Board. 

1778 SAMUEL PHILLIPS President 1778-90 1790 

b. Andover, Feb. 13, 1715; Harv. 1734; merchant, Andover 
(North Parish) ; magistrate ; representative ;' Governor's Coun- 
cil; deacon; one of the founders of Phillips Academy; d. Aug. 
21, 1790. (Son of Rev. Samuel Phillips, first pastor of South 
church, Andover.) 

1778 JOHN PHILLIPS President 1791-94 1794 

b. Andover, Dec. 27, 1719 ; Harv. 1735 ; merchant, Exeter, N.H. ; 
ruling elder; colonel; representative; judge Court Com. Pleas; 
one of the founders of Phillips Academy; founder of Phillips 
Exeter Academy, and of the Phillips professorship of Divinity, 
Dart.; trustee Dart, and Phillips Exeter Academy; d. Apr. 21, 
1795. LL.D. Dart, 1777. (Son of Rev. Samuel Phillips, pastor 
of South church, Andover.) 

1778 WILLIAM PHILLIPS President 1794-96 1802 

b. Andover, July 6, 1722; merchant, Boston; representative; 
senator; mem. conv. for adopting constitution of U.S.; deacon 
Old South church; liberal benefactor of Phillips Academy; 
d. Jan. 15, 1804. (Son of Rev. Samuel Phillips, pastor of South 
church, Andover.) 

177S OLIVER WENDELL Treasurer 1795-1808 1818 

b. Boston, Mar. 5, 1733; Harv. 1753; one of selectmen of Bos- 
ton; representative; judge probate; mem. conv. to frame consti- 
tution of Mass.; Governor's Council; senator; fellow Harv.; 
d. Jan. 15, 1818. 

1778 JOHN LOWELL 1802 

b. Newbury, Mass., June 17, 1743; Harv. 1760; lawyer, New- 
buryport; Boston; mem. Committee of Safety; representative; 
senator; mem. conv. to frame constitution of Mass.; mem. Cont. 
Cong.; judge U.S. Court of Appeals and U.S. Dist. Court of 
Mass.; chief justice U.S. Circuit Court; fellow Harv.; d. Rox- 
bury, May 6, 1802. LL.D. Harv. 1792. 

1778 JOSIAH STEARNS 1781 

b. Billerica, Mass., Jan. 20, 1732; Harv. 1751; pastor, Epping, 
N.H.; mem. Provincial Cong., Exeter, N.H., 1775; d. July 25, 

1788. 

i 



2 TRUSTEES 

1778 ELIAS SMITH 1791 

b. (South) Reading, Mass., 1731; Harv. 1753; pastor, Middleton, 
from 1759; d. Oct. 14, 1791. 

1778 WILLIAM SYMMES 1795 

b. Charlestown, Mass., Nov. 1729; Harv. 1750 and tutor; pastor, 
Andover (North Parish), from 1758; d. May 3, 1807. D.D. 
Harv. 1803. 

1778 JONATHAN FRENCH Cleric 1778-1809 1809 

b. Braintree, Mass., Jan. 30, 1740; soldier French and Indian 
war; Harv. 1771; pastor South church, Andover, from 1772; 
surgeon at battle of Bunker Hill; adviser of Judge Phillips and 
Samuel Abbot as to founding of Academy and Seminary; reli- 
gious teacher in Academy and of divinity students on the "Dr. 
Phillips Foundation," 1795-1808; d. July 28, 1809. 

1778 SAMUEL PHILLIPS President 1796-1802 1802 

b. (North) Andover, Feb. 5, 1752; Harv. 1771; mem. Provincial 
Cong., Watertown, 1775, and representative in General Court 
till 1779; mem. conv. to frame constitution of Mass.; judge 
Court Com. Pleas; senator and pres. of senate; lieut. governor; 
removed to Andover Hill, 1777; principal founder of Phillips 
Academy; d. Feb. 10, 1802. (Son of Hon. Samuel Phillips, 
trustee, 1778.) 

1778 ELIPHALET PEARSON President 1802-21 1826 

See Professors. 

1778 NEHEMIAH ABBOT Treasurer 1778-95 1808 

b. Andover, Sept. 4, 1731; farmer, Andover; representative; 
d. Aug. 13, 1808. 



1781 DAVID TAPPAN 1803 

b. Manchester, Mass., Apr. 21, 1752; Harv.- 1771; pastor, New- 
bury, Mass. ; Hollis prof, of Divinity, Harv., from 1792 ; d. Aug. 
27, 1803. D.D. Harv. 1794. 

1786 EBENEZER PEMBERTON 1793 

b. Boston, 1746 (?) ; N.J. Coll. 1765 and tutor; studied divinity 
with Dr. Samuel Hopkins, Newport, R.I.; teacher, Plainfield, 
Ct; prin. Phillips Academy, 1786-93; teacher, Billerica and 
Boston; d. June 25, 1835. LL.D. Allegheny 1817. 

1791 WILLIAM PHILLIPS President 1821-27 1827 

b. Boston, Apr. 10, 1750; Boston Latin School; pres. Massachu- 
setts Bank, Boston; representative; lieut. governor; presidential 
elector; deacon Old South church; one of incorporators of 
A.B.C.F.M. ; liberal benefactor of Academy and Seminary; d. 
May 26, 1827. (Son of Hon. William Phillips, trustee, 1778.) 



TRUSTEES 3 

1795 SAMUEL ABBOT 1807 

b. Andover, Feb. 25, 1732; merchant, Boston; Andover, from 
beginning of Revolution; one of the founders and liberal bene- 
factor of Seminary; d. Apr. 12, 1812. 

1795 MARK NEWMAN Cleric 1809-38 1836 

b. Ipswich, Mass, Sept. 7, 1772; Dart. 1793; prin. Phillips 
Academy, 1795-1810 ; bookseller and publisher, Andover ; trustee 
and benefactor of Abbot Academy; deacon South church; d. 
June 15, 1859. 

1795 JACOB ABBOT 1801 

b. Andover, Mar. 22, 1746 ; merchant and manufacturer, Wilton, 
N.H.; in business with Judge Phillips, 1791-97; representative, 
judge Court Com. Pleas and councillor, N.H.; senator, Me.; 
overseer Bowd. ; d. Mar. 5, 1820. 

1795 JEDLDIAH MORSE 1826 

b. Woodstock, Ct., Aug. 23, 1761; Yale 1783 and tutor; pastor 
First church, Charlestown, Mass.; editor of geographies and 
gazetteers; one of incorporators of A.B.C.F.M. ; U.S. commis- 
sioner to visit Indian tribes; overseer Harv. ; d. New Haven, 
Ct., June 9, 1826. D.D. Edinburgh 1794. 

1801 JOHN PHILLIPS 1820 
b. Andover, Aug. 18, 1776 ; Phillips Academy and teacher ; Harv. 
1795; farmer, merchant, (North) Andover; senator;' aide-de- 
camp to Governor Strong; trustee Phillips Exeter Academy; 
d. Sept. 10, 1820. (Son of Judge Samuel Phillips.) 

1802 JOHN PHILLIPS 1823 
b. Boston, Nov. 26, 1780; Phillips Academy, 1778; Harv. 1788; 
lawyer, Boston; judge Court Com. Pleas; dist. atty; senator and 
pres. of senate; mem. Mass. Const. Conv., 1820; first mayor of 
Boston, 1822; overseer and fellow, Harv.; d. May 29, 1823. 
(Son of William Phillips, of the Salem-Boston branch.) 

1802 JOSIAH QUINCY 1828 

b. Boston, Feb. 4, 1772; Phillips Academy 1778; Harv. 1790; 
lawyer, Boston; senator; mem. Cong.; mem. Mass. Const. Conv., 
1820; representative and speaker of House; judge Munic. Court; 
second mayor of Boston; overseer Harv., and pres. 1829-45; 
d. Quincy, Mass., July 1, 1864. LL.D. Harv. 1824. (Son of 
Josiah Quincy, Jr., and grandson of Hon. William Phillips, 
trustee, 1778.) 

1802 SAMUEL FARRAR Treasurer 1808-lfl 1846 

b. Lincoln, Mass., Dec. 13, 1773; Harv. 1797 and tutor; studied 
law; identified with and liberal benefactor of Andover institu- 
tions from 1801 : trustee, treasurer, librarian (of Seminary) ; 
deacon Seminary church ; trustee Abbot Academy ; pres. Andover 
Bank; d. May 13, 1864. 



4 TRUSTEES 

1804 DANIEL DANA 1856 

b. Ipswich, Mass., July 24, 1771; Dart. 1788; pastor, Newbury- 
port, Mass. ; pres. Dart.; d. Newburyport, Aug. 26, 1859. D.D. 
Dart. 1814. 

1809 ABIEL HOLMES 1837 
b. Woodstock, Ct., Dec. 24, 1763; Yale 1783 and tutor; pastor, 
Midway, Ga. ; First church, Cambridge; author; d. June 4, 
18:57. D.I). Edinburgh 1805; LL.D. Allegheny 1822. 

1810 JOHN ADAMS 1833 
b. Canterbury, Ct., Sept. 18, 1772; Yale 1795; teacher, Ct.; 
prin. Phillips Academy, 1810-33; teacher, N.Y. and 111.; Sun- 
duy school missionary, 111.; d. Jacksonville, Apr. 24, 1863. 
LL.D. Yale 1854. 

1811 SAMUEL HALL WALLEY Clerk 1888-89 1848 
b. Boston, Apr. 12, 1778; Boston Latin School; merchant, Bos- 
ton; d. Burlington, Vt., July 25, 1850. 

1820 JONATHAN PHILLIPS 1838 

b. Boston, Apr. 24, 1778; Phillips Academy; merchant, Boston; 
d. .Inly 29, 1860. A.M. hon. Harv. 1818. (Son of Lieut. Gov. 
Willium Phillips, trustee, 1791.) 

1820 JUSTIN EDWARDS President 1850-58 1853 

Set class of 1818. 

SAMUEL HUBBARD President 18187-48 1843 

b. Boston, June 2, 1785; Yale 1802; lawyer, Biddeford, Me.; 
Boston; representative; senator; mem. Mass. Const. Conv., 1820; 
jmltfo Mass. Supreme .Indie. Court; d. Dec. 24, 1847. LL.D. 
Yale 1827, Harv. 1842. 

1826 BKN.JAMIN BLYDENBURG WISNER 1835 

b. Goshen, N.Y., Sept. 29, 1794; Union 1818 and tutor; Prince- 
ton Sem.; pastor Old South church, Boston; sec. A.B.C.F.M. ; 
d. Feb. i), 18:55. I).I). Union 1828. 

1826 .JOHN HUBBARD CHURCH 1840 
I). Rutland, Mass., Mar. 17, 1772; Harv. 1797; studied divinity 
with Dr. Clmrles Backus, Somers, Ct. ; pastor, Pelham, N.IT. ; 
d. June 12, 1810. D.D. Wins. 182:'.. 

1827 WILLIAM BOSTWIOE BANISTER 1837 

l>. Brook field, Mass., Nov. 8, 17711; Dart. 1707; lawyer, New- 
hnry, Vt. ; Newhnryport, Mass.; merchant; representative J sen- 
ator; mem. Mnss. Const. Conv., 1820; d. .July 1, 18. r >:{. 

JEREMIAH KVARTK 1837 

b. Sunderland, Vt,, Feb. 8, 1781; Yale 1802; lawyer. New Haven, 

Ct. ; Churlestown, Mass., from 1810; editor Panoplisf; one of 

founder! of A..B.0.F.1L; treasurer, L811-92; oor. see., L821 31; 
d. Charleston, B.C., May 10, ih:ii. 



TRUSTEES 5 

■ 
1831 SAMUEL TURELL ARMSTRONG President 1843-50 

b. Dorchester, Mass.. Apr. 29, 1754; bookseller and publisher, 
Boston; representative; senator; lieut. governor; acting gov- 
ernor; mayor of Boston; d. Mar. 26, 1S50. 

OSGOOD JOHXSOX 

b. Andover, Sept. 9, 1S03; Phillips Academy; Dart. 1 
instructor Phillips Academy, and prin. 183-3-37; d. Andover. 
June 

1835 EBEXEZER BURGI 
class of 1815. 

1837 WILLIAM COGSWELL 1846 
b. Atkinson, X.H., June 5, 17S7: Dart. 1811; pastor, Dedham, 
Mass. ; agent and sec. Amer. Ed. Soc. ; prof. History and National 
Education, Dart.; pres. and prof. Theology, Gilmanton (X.H.) 
Theol. Sem.; d. Apr. IS, 1S50. D.D. Wins. 18 

7 EBEXEZER ALDEX 
b. Randolph, Mass.. Mar. 17. 17SS; Harv. 1808; studied medi- 
cine, Dart, and Univ. Pa.; physician. Randolph; trustee Amh. ; 
d. Jan. 26, 1881. M.D. Univ. Pa. 

1838 SAMUEL HARVEY TAYLOR Clerk 1839-11 

class of 11 

1839 SAMUEL ELETCHER Treasurer 18^1-50 1858 
b. Plymouth, X.H., July 31, 1785; Dart. 1810; lawyer, Concord, 
X.H. ; representative; res. Andover, 1841-50; trustee Dart.; d. 
Concord, X.H., I 1 

1839 BROWX EMERSON 

b. Ashby, Mass., Jan. 8, 1778; Dart. 1802; pastor South church, 
Salem, Mass., from 1805; d. July 25. 1572. D.D. Dart. 1S35. 

1841 RUEUS AXDERSON 1841 

fa class of 1822. 

1544 JOHX AIKEX President 1851f-57 

b. Bedford, X.H., Jan. 30, 1797; Dart. 1519. tutor and librarian; 
lawyer, Manchester, Yt. : manufacturer, Lowell, from 1S34. res. 
Andover ; trustee Dart. ; d. Eeb. 10, I 

1546 LUTHER ERASEUR DIMMICK 1860 

class of 1819. 

WILLARD CHILD 

class of i 

1846 WILLIAM JOSEPH HUBBARD President 1S57S4 1864 
b. X.Y. City, July 3, 1S02; Yale 1520; lawyer, Boston; represen- 
tative; senator; mem. Mass. Const. Conv. 1S53; d. Nov. 14. 



6 TRUSTEES 

1847 SAMUEL CRAM JACKSON 1852 
Also trustee, 1853-78. See class of 1826. 

1848 SAMUEL HURD WALLEY 1850 
b. Boston, Aug. 31, 1805; Harv. 1826; lawyer and banker, Bos- 
ton; representative and speaker of House; mem. Cong.; over- 
seer Harv.; d. Nantasket, Mass., Aug. 27, 1877. 

1850 SETH SWEETSER President 186^-78 1878 

See class of 1831+. 

1850 DANIEL NOYES Treasurer 1850-52 1852 
b. Bridgewater (now Brockton), Mass., Dec. 31, 1792; Yale 
1812; merchant (Maynard and Noyes), Boston; res. Andover 
from 1849; d. Apr. 8, 1852. 

1851 LINUS CHILD 1870 
b. North Woodstock, Ct., Feb. 27, 1802; Yale 1824; lawyer, 
Southbridge, Mass.; manufacturer, Lowell, from 1845; law- 
yer, Boston, from 1862; senator; trustee Amh. ; d. Hingham, 
Aug. 26, 1870. 

1852 JOHN LORD TAYLOR Treasurer 1852-68 1868 
See Professors. 

1852 WILLIAM HYDE 1858 

b. Lee, Mass., Aug. 16, 1806; Wms. 1826; lawyer, Springfield; 

banker, Ware, from 1834; senator; trustee Wms.; d. June 24, 

1888. 

1856 WILLIAM AUGUSTUS STEARNS 1876 

See class of 1881. 

1858 REUBEN ATWATER CHAPMAN 1873 

b. Russell, Mass., Sept. 20, 1801; lawyer, Springfield; justice 
and chief justice Supreme Judic. Court; presidential elector; 
overseer Harv.; d. Fliielen, Switzerland, June 28, 1873. A.M. 
hon. Amh. 1841; LL.D. Amh. 1861, 'Harv. 1864. 

1858 ALPHEUS HARDY President 1878-85 1885 

b. Chatham, Mass., Nov. 1, 1815; Phillips Academy; merchant, 
trustee of estates, Boston; senator; trustee Amh.; d. Aug. 7, 

1887. 

1858 AMOS BLANCHARD 1870 

See class of 1829. 

1861 DANIEL TAGGART FISKE President 1885-99 1899 

See class of 181+6. 

1863 EDWARD SILAS TOBEY 1867 

b. Kingston, Mass., Apr. 5, 1813; merchant, Boston; senator; 

postmaster of Boston; pres. Board of Trade; trustee Dart.; d. 
Brookline, Mass., Mar. 29, 1891. 



TRUSTEES 7 

1866 JOHN KINGSBURY 1869 
b. South Coventry, Ct., May 26, 1801; Brown 1826; educator, 
Providence, R.L; trustee and fellow, Brown; d. Dec. 21, 1874. 
LL.D. Brown 1856. 

1867 EDWARD TAYLOR Treasurer 1868-89 1893 
b. Chester (now Huntington), Mass., Mar. 29, 1817; res. An- 
dover from 1839; cashier and pres. Andover Bank; representa- 
tive; deacon South church; trustee Abbot Academy; d. May 21, 
1893. 

1868 EDMUND KIMBALL ALDEN Clerk 1871-12 1882 
See class of 1848. 

1870 JOSHUA WYMAN WELLMAN 1900 

See class of 1850. 

1870 PETER SMITH 1880 
b. Brechin, Scotland, Sept. 21, 1802; manufacturer, Andover; 
with John Smith and John Dove gave Brechin Hall Library 
to the Seminary and Memorial Hall Library to the town; bene- 
factor of Phillips Academy and Abbot Academy; trustee Abbot 
Academy; d. July 6, 1880. 

1871 FREDERIC WILLIAM TILTON Cleric 1872-73 1873 
b. Cambridge, Mass., May 14, 1839; Harv. 1862; prin. Phillips 
Academy, 1871-73; head master Rogers High School, Newport, 
R.L; in business, Cambridge, Mass. 

1873 CECIL FRANKLIN PATCH BANCROFT 1901 
Clerk 1878-1901. See class of 1867. 

1874 THOMAS HASTINGS RUSSELL 1905 
b. Princeton, Mass., Oct. 12, 1820; Harv. 1843; lawyer, Boston; 
representative. 

1874 JOSEPH SAMUEL ROPES 1897 

b. Boston, Feb. 6, 1818; University St. Petersburg, Russia, 
1841; merchant, Boston; representative; senator; d. Norwich, 
Ct., Mar. 14, 1903. A.M. hon. Yale 1853. 

1876 ALEXANDER McKENZIE 

See class of 1861. 

1878 WILLIAM HENRY WILLCOX 1904 

b. N.Y. City, Jan. 28, 1821; N.Y. Univ. 1843; Union Sem. 1846; 
pastor, Kennebunk, Me. ; Reading, Mass. ; res. Maiden from 1879 ; 
adviser and trustee as to Stone benefactions; trustee Drury 
Coll., Wellesley Coll., Straight Univ., Abbot Academy, Jaffna 
Coll., Ceylon; d. Dec. 15, 1904. D.D. Illinois 1880; LL.D. 
Drury 1880. 

1881 ROBERT ROBERTS BISHOP President 1900-03 1903 
b. Medfield, Mass., Mar. 31, 1834; Phillips Academy; Harv. Law 



8 TRUSTEES 

School; lawyer, Newton; senator and pres. of Senate; judge 
Superior Court. A.M. hon. Dart. 1879. 

1881 FRANKLIN CARTER 1902 

b. Waterbury, Ct., Sept. 30, 1837; Wms. 1862; prof. French 
Lang, and Lit., and Latin Lang, and Lit., Wms.; prof. German 
Lang, and Lit., Yale; pres. Wms.; res. Williamstown. Ph.D. 
Wms. 1877; LL.D. Union 1881, Yale 1901, Wms. 1904, So. 
Carolina Coll. 1905. 

1885 ALPHEUS HOLMES HARDY Treasurer 1889-01 1902 
b. Boston, Mar. 14, 1840; Phillips Academy; Harv. 1861; mer- 
chant, trustee of estates, Boston. 

1886 JAMES GARDINER VOSE 1908 
See class of 1851/.. 

1886 HORACE FAIRBANKS 1888 

b. Barnet, Vt., Mar. 21, 1820; Phillips Academy; manufacturer, 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. ; presidential elector ; governor of Vt. ; d. 
N.Y. City, Mar. 17, 1888. 

1889 ROWLAND HAZARD 1898 

b. Newport, R.I., Aug. 16, 1829; Brown 1849; manufacturer, 
Peace Dale, R.I. ; representative; senator; trustee and fellow, 
Brown; d. Glen Springs, N.Y., Aug. 16, 1898. 

1893 THEODORE MOODY OSBORNE 1899 

b. South Danvers (now Peabody), Mass., Nov. 25, 1849; Harv. 
1871; librarian Peabody Institute; lawyer, Salem and Boston; 
asst. clerk, Superior Court, Suffolk Co.; d. Boston, Feb. 6, 1899. 

1899 GEORGE BROWN KNAPP 

b. St. Johnsbury, Vt., Apr. 9, 1836; Phillips Academy; Amh. 
1859; trustee of estates, Boston. 

1899 JAMES HARDY ROPES Clerk 1901-08 

See class of 1898. 

1901 CLARENCE MORGAN 

b. Aurora, N.Y., June 20, 1869; Phillips Academy; Harv. 1894; 
res. Burlington, Vt. ; prof. Transportation, McGill Univ., Mon- 
treal, Canada. 

1901 JAMES COWAN SAWYER Treasurer 1901- 

b. Dover, N.H., Mar. 30, 1872; Phillips Academy; Yale 1894; 
manufacturer, Dover; res. Andover from 1901. 

1901 CHARLES ORRIN DAY 1908 
See class of 1877. 

1902 GEORGE HARRIS President 1908- 
See class of 1869. 



TRUSTEES 9 

1902 CLIFFORD HERSCHEL MOORE 

b. Sudbury, Mass., Mar. 11, 1866; Harv. 1889; prof. Greek, 
Phillips Academy; instructor and asst. prof. Latin, Univ. Chi- 
cago; asst. prof. Latin and Greek, and prof. Latin, Harv. 
Ph.D. Munich 1897. 

1902 ALFRED LAWRENCE RIPLEY 

b. Hartford, Ct., Nov. 6, 1858; Phillips Academy; Yale 1878; 
tutor, asst. prof. German and fellow, Yale; banker, Boston; 
res. Andover. 

1903 ALFRED ERNEST STEARNS Cleric 1908- 
See class of 1900. 

1905 HENRY LEWIS STIMSON 

b. N.Y. City, Sept. 21, 1867; Phillips Academy; Yale 1888; 
Harv. Law School; lawyer, N.Y. City; U.S. atty, Southern Dist. 
of N.Y. A.M. Harv. 1889. 

1906 CHARLES LOTHROP NOYES 1907 

See class of 1880. 



TRUSTEES OF 
ANDOVER THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY 

By act of the Massachusetts Legislature, approved April 1, 1907, the 
Trustees of Phillips Academy then in office were incorporated as a new board 
under the name of the Trustees of Andover Theological Seminary, empowered to 
hold the property and conduct the affairs of the Seminary with the same rights, 
duties, powers and obligations in relation to the Seminary as hitherto pertained 
to the Trustees of Phillips Academy. This board perpetuates itself by electing 
members to fill vacancies as they occur through resignation or otherwise. 

1907 ALEXANDER McKENZLE 1907 

1907 JAMES GARDINER VOSE 1907 

1907 GEORGE BROWN KNAPP 1907 

1907 JAMES HARDY ROPES 1907 

1907 CLARENCE MORGAN 1907 

1907 JAMES COWAN SAWYER Treasurer 1907- 

1907 CHARLES ORRIN DAY 1907 

1907 GEORGE HARRIS President 1907- 

1907 CLIFFORD HERSCHEL MOORE 1907 

1907 ALFRED LAWRENCE RIPLEY 1908 

1907 ALFRED ERNEST STEARNS 



10 TRUSTEES 

1907 HENRY LEWIS STIMSON 1907 

1907 CHARLES LOTHROP NOTES 

1907 GEORGE ANGLER GORDON 

b. Aberdeenshire, Scotland, Jan. 2, 1853; Harv. 1881; Bangor 
Sem. ; pastor, Greenwich, Ct. ; Old South church, Boston, from 
1884; University preacher, Harv. 1886-90 and 1906- ; Yale, 
1888-99; Dart. 1898-1903; overseer Harv. D.D. Bowd. and Yale 
1893, Harv. 1895, Columb. 1903. 

1907 NEHEMIAH BOYNTON 

See class of 1882. 

1907 HARRY PINNEO DEWEY 

See class of 1887. 

1907 HARRY NORMAN GARDINER 

b. Norwich, England, Nov. 6, 1855; Amh. 1878; Union Sem. 
1882 and fellow at Gottingen, Leipsic and Heidelberg univer- 
sities; instructor Ment. and Mor. Phil., Smith Coll., 1884^-88, 
and prof. Phil, from 1888. 

1907 GEORGE PERRY MORRIS 1908 

b. Montclair, N.J., Feb. 18, 1864; Rutgers; Johns Hopkins; 
editor, Boston; res. Brookline. 

1907 ARTHUR GRIMES STANWOOD 1907 

b. Augusta, Me., Oct. 5, 1849; railroad treasurer, Boston; d. 
Dec. 30, 1907. 

1907 FRANK GAYLORD COOK Cleric 1907-08 1908 
b. Arcade, N.Y., May 13, 1859; Harv. 1882; Harv. Law School 
1885; lawyer, Boston; res. Cambridge. 

1908 BURTON PAYNE GRAY Clerk 1908- 

b. Ivanhoe, HI., Dec. 28, 1867; Yankton, 1894; LL.B. Boston 
Univ. 1896; lawyer, Boston; res. Newton Centre. 

1908 WILLIAM FREDERICK WHITTEMORE 

b. Boston, Nov. 20, 1850; trustee of estates, Boston. 

1908 SAMUEL USHER 

b. St. John, N.B., July 9, 1855; employing printer, Boston; res. 
Cambridge. 

1908 FRANK ASHLEY DAY 

b. Newton, Mass., Jan. 17, 1852; banker, Boston; res. Newton. 



VISITORS 

The Board of Visitors was constituted, 1808, under the statutes of the 
Seminary, to consist of three members, two clergymen and one layman, appointed 
* by the Founders, with power to elect their successors. Governor Caleb Strong, 
the first of their appointees, declined to serve, and Hon. George Bliss was 
afterward elected to fill his place. The four principal Founders were also 
members of the Board during their lifetime. 

1808 SAMUEL ABBOT 1812 

One of the Founders of the Seminary. See Trustees. 

1808 WILLIAM BAKTLET 1841 

b. Newburyport, Mass., Jan. 31, 1748; merchant, Newburyport; 
representative; presidential elector; mem. Mass. Const. Conv., 
1820; one of incorporators of A.B.C.F.M. ; one of the Associate 
Founders and liberal benefactor of Seminary; d. Feb. 8, 1841. 

1808 MOSES. BROWN 1827 

b. West Newbury, Mass., Oct. 2, 1842; merchant, Newburyport; 
one of the Associate Founders and liberal benefactor of Semi- 
nary; d. Feb. 9, 1827. 

1808 JOHN NORMS 1808 

b. Salem, Mass., Oct. 26, 1751; merchant, Salem; representa- 
tive; senator; one of the Associate Founders and liberal bene- 
factor of Seminary; d. Dec. 22, 1808. 



1808 TIMOTHY DWIGHT 1816 

b. Northampton, Mass., May 14, 1752; Yale 1769 and tutor; 
chaplain Eevol. army; teacher, Northampton; representative; 
pastor, Greenfield, Ct. ; pres. Yale ; d. New Haven, Jan. 11, 1817. 
D.D. N.J. Coll. 1787; LL.D. Harv. 1810. 

1808 SAMUEL SPRING 1819 

b. Uxbridge (now Northbridge), Mass., Feb. 27, 1746 (O.S.) ; 
N.J. Coll. 1771; studied divinity 'with Drs. Bellamy, Hopkins 
and West; chaplain Cont. army in expedition to Quebec; pas- 
tor, Newburyport, Mass., from 1777; one of incorporators of 
A.B.C.F.M.; d. Mar. 4, 1819. D.D. N.J. Coll. 1816. 

1811 GEORGE BLISS 1826 

b. Springfield, Mass., Dec. 3 (or 13), 1764; Yale 1784; lawyer, 
Springfield; mem. Hartford Conv.; representative; senator; 
Governor's Council; presidential elector; d. Mar. 8, 1830. 
LL.D. Harv. 1823. 

1816 CALVIN CHAPIN 1832 

b. Springfield, Mass., July 22, 1763; Yale 1788 and tutor; 
studied divinity with Dr. Nathan Perkins, West Hartford, Ct. ; 



12 VISITORS 

pastor, Wethersfield, from 1794; fellow Yale; d. Mar. 16, 1851. 
DJD. Union 1816. 

1819 SAMUEL WORCESTER 1821 

b. Hollis, N.H., Nov. 1, 1770; Dart. 1795; studied divinity with 
Dr. Samuel Austin, Worcester, Mass. ; pastor, Fitchburg ; Taber- 
nacle church, Salem; one of incorporators and first cor. sec. of 
A.B.C.F.M. ; d. Brainerd, Tenn. (Cherokee mission station, Mis- 
sionary Ridge), June 7, 1821. D.D. N.J. Coll. 1811. 

1821 JEREMIAH DAY 1837 

b. New Preston, Ct, Aug. 3, 1773; Yale 1795; tutor, prof. Math, 
and Nat. Phil., pres. and fellow, Yale ; d. New Haven, Ct., Aug. 

22, 1867. D.D.Union 1818, Harv. 1831; LL.D. Midd. 1817. 

1826 WILLIAM REED 1837 

b. Marblehead, Mass., June 6, 1776; merchant, Marblehead; 
mem. Cong. ; d. Feb. 18, 1837. 

1832 HEMAN HUMPHREY 1849 

b. West Simsbury, Ct., Mar. 26, 1779; Yale 1805; studied divin- 
ity with President Dwight, New Haven ; pastor, Fairfield ; Pitts- 
field, Mass. ; pres. Amh. ; d. Pittsfield, Apr. 3, 1861. D.D. Midd. 
1823. « 

1837 JOHN CODMAN 1847 

b. Boston, Aug. 3, 1782; Harv. 1802; studied divinity at Cam- 
bridge, and in Univ. of Edinburgh, Scotland; pastor, Dor- 
chester, Mass., from 1808; gave Greek and Hebrew printing 
presses and his theological library to the Seminary; d. Dec. 

23, 1847. D.D. N.J. Coll. 1822, Harv. 1840. 

1837 WILLIAM BOSTWICK BANISTER 1843 

See Trustees. 

1843 SETH TERRY 1850 

b. Enfield, Ct., Jan. 12, 1781; lawyer, Hartford; d. Nov. 18, 
1865. A.M. hon. Wms. 1847. 

1848 RICHARD SALTER STORRS 1856 

See class of 1810. 

1848 MARK HOPKINS 1857 

b. Stockbridge, Mass., Feb. 4, 1802; Wms. 1824; tutor, prof. 
Rhet. and Mor. Phil, and pres., Wms.; pres. A.B.C.F.M.; d. 
June 17, 1887. M.D. Berk. Med. Inst. 1829; D.D. Dart. 1837, 
Harv. 1841; LL.D. Univ. State of N.Y. 1857, Harv. 1886." 

1850 SAMUEL HURD WALLEY 1870 

See Trustees. 

1856 WILLIAM THEODORE DWIGHT 1865 

b. Greenfield, Ct., June 15, 1795; Yale 1813 and tutor; lawyer, 
Philadelphia, Pa.; pastor Third church, Portland, Me., 1832- 
64 : overseer Bowd. ; d. Andover, Oct. 22, 1865. D.D. Bowd. 1846. 



VISITORS 13 

1858 SELAH BURR TREAT 1865 

See class of 1885. 

1865 ASA DODGE SMITH 1875 

See class of 188U. 

1865 RAY PALMER 1878 

b. Little Compton, R.I., Nov. 12, 1808; Phillips Academy; Yale 
1830; teacher, N.Y. City; New Haven, Ct.; pastor, Bath, Me.; 
Albany, N.Y. ; Newark, N.J. ; sec. Amer. Cong. Union; author 
of well-known hymns; d. Mar. 29, 1887. D.D. Union 1852. 

1870 THOMAS HASTINGS RUSSELL 1874 

See Trustees. 

1874 CHARLES THEODORE RUSSELL 1885 

b. Princeton, Mass., Nov. 20, 1815; Harv. 1837; Harv. Law 
School; lawyer, Boston; Cambridge; representative; senator; 
mayor of Cambridge; prof. Practice, Evidence and Admiralty 
Law, Boston Univ.; d. Jan. 16, 1896. 

1874 JULIUS HAWLEY SEELYE 1892 

b. Bethel, Ct., Sept. 14, 1824; Amh. 1849; Auburn Sem.; pas- 
tor, Schenectady, N.Y.; prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil, and pres., 
Amh.; mem. Cong.; trustee Mt. Holyoke Seminary; d. May 12, 
1895. D.D. Union 1862; LL.D. Columb. 1876. 

1878 GORDON HALL 1879 

b. Bombay, India, Nov. 4, 1823; Yale 1843 and tutor; Yale 
Div. School; pastor, Wilton, Ct.; Edwards church, Northamp- 
ton, Mass., from 1852; d. Binghamton, N.Y., Nov. 5, 1879. 
D.D. Amh. 1864. 

1880 WILLIAM TAPPAN EUSTIS 1888 

See class of 18^5. 

1885 JOSHUA NEWELL MARSHALL 1895 

b. Dracut, Mass., May 22, 1830; Amh. 1853; lawyer, Lowell; 
representative; senator; d. Mar. 2, 1895. 

1888 GEORGE LEON WALKER 1897 

See class of 1858. 

1892 ALONZO HALL QUINT 1896 

See class of 1852. 

1895 WILLIAM GARRY BASSETT 

b. North Haven, Ct., Jan. 31, 1843; lawyer, Northampton, 
Mass.; judge probate; representative. 

1896 ARTHUR LITTLE 1907 
See class of 1861+. 

1897 HENRY ALBERT STIMSON 

See class of 1869. 

1907 SAMUEL VALENTINE COLE , 

See class of 1887. 



PRESIDENTS 

1827 EBENEZER PORTER 1834 

See Professors. 

1836 JUSTIN EDWARDS 1842 

Inaugurated Sept. 7, 1836. See class of 1813. 



PROFESSORS 

CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY 

Abbot Professorship of Christian Theology founded, 1808, by Samuel Abbot 
of Andover. 

1808 LEONARD WOODS 1846 

Inaugurated Sept. 28, 1808. — b. Princeton, Mass., June 19, 1774; 
Harv. 1796; studied divinity with Dr. Charles Backus, Somers, 
Ct.; ord. Dec. 5, 1798; pastor, West Newbury, Mass., 1798-1808; 
d. Andover, Aug. 24, 1854. D.D. Dart, and N.J. Coll. 1810. 

1847 EDWARDS AMASA PARK 1881 

President of Faculty 1853-68 
Inaugurated June 2, 1847. See class of 1881. 

1883 GEORGE HARRIS President of Faculty 1896-99 1899 

Inaugurated June 13, 1883. See class of 1869. 

1900 EDWARD YOUNG HINCKS 1908 

Inaugurated Nov. 20, 1900. See class of 1870. 

SACRED LITERATURE 

Associate Professorship of Sacred Literature founded, 1808, by William 
Bartlet and Moses Brown of Newburyport, and John Norris of Salem ; title 
changed, 1893, to Norris Professorship of New Testament Interpretation. 

1808 ELLPHALET PEARSON 1809 

Inaugurated Sept. 28, 1808.— b. Byfield Parish, Newbury, Mass., 
June 11, 1752; Harv. 1773; first prin. Phillips Academy, 1778- 
86; prof. Hebrew and other Oriental Languages, Harv. 1786- 
1806, acting pres., 1804-06, and fellow; res. Andover, 1806-20; 
ord. Sept. 28, 1808; active in establishing the Seminary, and in 
founding education, temperance and missionary societies; res. 
Harvard, Mass. from 1820; d. Greenland, N.H., Sept. 12, 1826. 
LL.D. Yale and N.J. Coll. 1802. 

14 





LEONARD WOODS 



MOSES STUART 





AUSTIN PHELPS 



EDWARDS A. PARK 





EGBERT C. SMYTH 



JOHN WESLEY CHURCHILL 



PROFESSORS 15 

1810 MOSES STUART 1848 

Inaugurated Feb. 28, 1810.— b. Wilton, Ct., Mar. 26, 1780; Yale 
1799 ; studied divinity with President Dwight, New Haven ; ord. 
Mar. 5, 1806; pastor First church, New Haven, 1806-10; d. 
Andover, Jan. 4, 1852. 

1830 EDWARD ROBINSON 1833 

Professor Extraordinary. See class of 1825. 

1848 BELA BATES EDWARDS 1852 

Inaugurated Sept. 6, 1848. See class of 1880. 

1852 CALVIN ELLIS STOWE 1864 

Inaugurated Aug. 31, 1852. See class of 1828. 

1864 JOSEPH HENRY THAYER 1882 

Inaugurated Oct. 26, 1864. See class of 1857. 

1883 FRANK EDWARD WOODRUFF 1887 

Inaugurated Sept. 6, 1883.— b. Eden, Vt., Mar. 25, 1855; Univ. 
Vt. 1875; Union Sem. 1881; studied at Univ. Berlin, 1881-82, 
Athens, 1882-83 ; ord. Andover, Sept. 6, 1883 ; prof. Greek Lang, 
and Lit., Bowd., from 1887 and Collins prof. Nat. and Rev. 
Relig. from 1891. 

1888 WILLIAM HENRY RYDER 

Inaugurated June 14, 1888. See class of 1869. 

SACRED RHETORIC 

Bartlet Professorship of Sacred Rhetoric founded, 1808, by William Bartlet 
of Newburyport. 

1809 EDWARD DORR GRIFFIN 1811 

Inaugurated June 21, 1809.— b. East Haddam, Ct., Jan. 6, 1770 
Yale 1790; studied divinity with Dr. Jonathan Edwards, New 
Haven; ord. June 4, 1795; pastor, New Hartford, 1795-1801 
First Presb. church, Newark, N.J., 1801-09; Park St. church 
Boston, 1811-15; Second Presb. church, Newark, 1815-21; pres 
Wms, 1821-36; d. Newark, Nov. 8, 1837. D.D. Union 1808. 

1812 EBENEZER PORTER 1832 

Inaugurated Apr. 1, 1812.— b. Cornwall, Ct., Oct. 5, 1772 ; Dart. 
1792 ; studied divinity with Dr. John Smalley, Berlin, Ct. ; ord. 
Sept. 6, 1796; pastor, Washington, 1796-1811; d. Andover, Apr. 
8, 1834. D.D. Dart. 1814. 

1819 JAMES MURDOCK 1824 

Brown Professor. Inaugurated June 30, 1819. — b. Westbrook, 
Ct., Feb. 16, 1776; Yale 1797; studied divinity with President 
Dwight, New Haven; ord. June 23, 1802; pastor, Princeton, 
Mass., 1802-15 ; prof. Greek and Latin, Univ. Vt., 1815-19 ; res. 
New Haven, Ct., from 1829 ; d. Columbus, Miss., Aug. 10, 1856. 
D.D. Harv. 1819. 



16 PROFESSORS 

1833 THOMAS HARVEY SKINNER 1835 

Inaugurated Jan. 1, 1833. — b. Harvey's Neck, N.C., Mar. 7, 
1791; N.J. Coll. 1809; studied divinity with Rev. John Mac- 
Dowell, Elizabethtown, N.J.; ord. June 10, 1813; pastor Second 
Presb. church and Fifth Presb. church, Philadelphia, Pa., 1813- 
32; Mercer St. church, N.Y. City, 1835-48; prof. Sac. Rhet., 
Union Sem., from 1848; d. Feb. 1, 1871. D.D. Wms. 1826; 
LL.D. Maryville 1855. 

1836 EDWARDS AMASA PARK 1847 

Inaugurated Sept. 7, 1836. See class of 1881. 

1848 AUSTIN PHELPS 1879 

Inaugurated Sept. 6, 1848. See class of 181$. 

1879 WILLIAM JEWETT TUCKER 1893 

Inaugurated June 30, 1880. Also lecturer on Pastoral Theology. 
See class of 1866. 

1893 THEODORE CLAUDIUS PEASE 1893 

Inaugurated Sept. 20, 1893. See class of 1880. 

1896 JOHN WESLEY CHURCHILL 1900 

Professor of Homiletics and Pastoral Care. Inaugurated June 
11, 1896. See class of 1868. 

1901 CHARLES ORRIN DAY President of Faculty 1901-08 
Professor of Practical Theology. Inaugurated Oct. 11, 1901. 
See class of 1877. 

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY 

Brown Professorship of Ecclesiastical History founded, 1819, by Moses 
Brown of Newburyport. 

1824 JAMES MURDOCK 1828 

See Sacred Rhetoric. 

1829 RALPH EMERSON President of Faculty 1842-58 1853 
Inaugurated Dec. 23, 1829. See class of 1811f. 

1853 WILLIAM GREENOUGH THAYER SHEDD 1862 

Inaugurated Feb. 15, 1854. See class of 181$. 

1863 EGBERT COFFIN SMYTH 1904 

President of Faculty 1877-96 
Inaugurated Aug. 5, 1863. See class of 1855. 

1901 JOHN WINTHROP PLATNER 

Inaugurated Oct. 11, 1901. On Taylor Foundation, 1901-04. 
b. Lee, Mass., May 15, 1865 ; Yale 1885 ; teacher, 1885-90 ; Union 
Sem. 1893 and fellow at Berlin, 1893-95; instructor Hist, of 
Relig. and Apologetics, Union Sem., 1895-96; asst. prof. Eccl. 
Hist., Harv. Div. School, 1896-1901; ord. Cambridge, June 18, 
1901 ; college preacher, Dart, 1901-04. D.D. West. Res. 1901. 



PROFESSORS 17 

HEBREW LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE 

Hitchcock Professorship of the Hebrew Language and Literature founded, 
1858, by Samuel Austin Hitchcock of Briinfield, Mass. 

1837 BELA BATES EDWARDS 1848 

Inaugurated Jan. 16, 1838. See class of 1830. 

1853 ELIJAH PORTER BARROWS 1866 

Inaugurated Sept. 7, 1853.— b, Mansfield, Ct., Jan. 5, 1805; Yale 
1826 ; prin. Hartford Grammar School, 1826-32 ; ord. Simsbury, 
Ct., June 6, 1832; pastor First Free Presb. church, N.Y. City, 
1835-37; prof. Sac. Lit., West. Res., 1837-52; res. Middletown, 
Ct., 1866-70; prof. Old Test. Lang, and Lit., Oberlin, 1870-80; 
d. Oberlin, O., Sept. 14, 1888. D.D. Dart. 1858. 

1866 CHARLES MARSH MEAD 1882 

Inaugurated Oct. 3, 1866. See class of 1862. 

1883 GEORGE FOOT MOORE 1902 

President of Faculty 1899-1901 
Inaugurated Sept. 6, 1883. Also Lecturer on History of Reli- 
gions, 1893-1902.— b. West Chester, Pa., Oct. 15, 1851; Yale 
1872; teacher, 1872-75; Union Sem. 1877; ord. Feb. 8, 1878; 
pastor Putnam Presb. church, Zanesville, O., 1878-83; Univer- 
sity Lecturer, Harv. Div. School, 1894-95, and prof. Hist, of 
Religions from 1902 ; University preacher, Harv., 1900-03. D.D. 
Marietta, 1885, Yale 1897; LL.D. West. Res. 1903, Harv. 1906. 

1903 WILLIAM ROSENZWEIG ARNOLD 

Lecturer on Old Testament, 1902-03. — b. Beirut, Syria, Nov. 14, 
1872; Ohio Wesleyan Univ. 1892; Union Sem. 1895; fellow in 
Semitic Lang, and Lit., Columb., 1895-96; curator Dept. of 
Archaeology, Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y. City, 1896-98; 
ord. Andover, June 8, 1903. Ph.D. Columb. 1896. 

BIBLICAL THEOLOGY 

Smith Professorship of Theology, Homiletics, etc., founded, 1867, by Miss 
Sophia Smith of Hatfield. The subject of Biblical Theology assigned, 1882, to 
this professorship, the title of the incumbent to be the Smith Professor of 
Theology. 

1868 JOHN LORD TAYLOR President of Faculty 1868-77 1879 
(Special Course.) Inaugurated Aug. 5, 1868. Also Lecturer 
on Pastoral Theology.— b. Warren, Ct., May 20, 1811; Yale 1835 
and tutor, 1837-39 ; Yale Sem. 1839 ; ord. July 18, 1839 ; pastor 
South church, Andover, Mass., 1839-52 ; treasurer Phillips Acad- 
emy (and Seminary), 1852-68, and trustee; pres. Andover Nat. 
Bank, 1873-80; d. Sept. 23, 1884. D.D. Midd. 1868. 

1883 EDWARD YOUNG HINCKS 

Inaugurated June 12, 1883. See class of 1870. 



18 INSTRUCTORS 

ELOCUTION 

Jones Professorship of Elocution founded, 1867, by Frederick Jones of 
Boston. 

1868 JOHN WESLEY CHURCHILL 1900 

Inaugurated July 20, 1869. Also Lecturer on Literature, 1894- 
96. See class of 1868. 

RELATIONS OF CHRISTIANITY AND SCIENCE 

Stone Professorship of the Relations of Christianity and Science founded, 
1878, by Mrs. Valeria Goodenow Stone of Maiden. 

1878 JOHN PUTNAM GULLIVER 1894 

Inaugurated June 25, 1879. See class of 181f5. 

BIBLICAL THEOLOGY AND HISTORY 

Taylor Professorship of Biblical Theology and History founded, 1873, by 
bequest of Frederic Holkins Taylor of Andover. Endowment supplemented, 1879, 
by Dr. John Lord Taylor and, 1885, by Prof. John Phelps Taylor. 

1883 JOHN PHELPS TAYLOR 1899 

Inaugurated June 12, 1883. Department of Biblical History 
and Oriental Archaeology, 1883-93. See class of 1868. 

1899 CHARLES CUTLER TORREY 1900 

Inaugurated June 8, 1899. See class of 1889. 



INSTRUCTORS 

SACRED LITERATURE 

1821 THOMAS COGSWELL UPHAM 1823 

See class of 1821. 

1823 EDWARD ROBINSON 1826 

See class of 1825. 

1826 GEORGE CONE BECKWITH 1827 
See class of 1826. 

1827 JOEL WORTHINGTON NEWTON 1829 

See class of 1827. 

1828 CALVIN ELLIS STOWE 1830 
See class of 1828. 

1830 LEONARD WOODS, JR. 1831 

See class of 1830. 

1834 DANIEL SMITH TALCOTT 1836 

See class of 188^. 



INSTRUCTORS 19 

1836 OLIVER ALDEN TAYLOR 1837 

See class of 1829. 

1845 HENRY BOYNTON SMITH 1847 

See class of 1837. 

1848 HORATIO BALCH HACKETT 1848 

See class of 1834. 

1848 EDWARD ROBIE 1852 

See class of 181$. 

1852 ELIJAH PORTER BARROWS 1853 

See Professors. 

1864 CHARLES CASEY STARBUCK 1864 

b. Boston, Dec. 4, 1827; Oberlin 1849; Oberlin Sem. 1851-52; 
Union Sem. 1854; ord. Plymouth church, Brooklyn, N.Y., Oct. 
11, 1855; miss'y A.M.A., Jamaica, W.I., 1855-61 and 1866-71; 
teacher, N.Y. City, 1861-64; instructor Hebrew, Union Sem., 
1864^65; instructor Berea Coll., 1871-72; pastor, Wittemberg, 
Io., 1873-74; Genoa, Neb., 1874-79; Claridon, O., 1879-83; lit- 
erary work, Andover, Mass., from 1883. 

1877 WILLIAM WELLS EATON 1879 

See class of 1872. 

1882 OWEN STREET 1883 

b. East Haven, Ct., Sept. 8, 1815; Yale 1837; Yale Sem. (1842) ; 
ord. Feb.. 3, 1842; pastor, Jamestown, N.Y., 1842-51; Ansonia, 
Ct., 1852-57; High St. church, Lowell, Mass., from 1857; d. 
May 27, 1887. D.D. Yale and Bates 1882. 

1893 CHARLES CUTLER TORREY 1898 

Winkley Instructor. See class of 1889. 

1902 OWEN HAMILTON GATES 1908 

b. Tinmouth, Vt, Oct. 18, 1862; Dart. 1883; Union Sem. 1889 
and fellow at Univ. Berlin, 1889-91; ord. St. Johnsbury, Vt., 
Sept. 1, 1891; instructor Hebrew, Union Sem., 1891-92; prof. 
Old Test. Lang, and Lit., Oberlin Sem., 1892-99. Ph.D. Dart. 
1887. 

SACRED RHETORIC 

1829 LOAMMI IVES HOADLY 1830 

See class of 1820. 

1831 GEORGE CONE BECKWITH 1832 

See class of 1826. 

1847 BAXTER DICKINSON 1848 

See class of 1821. 

1855 ELEAZAR THOMPSON FITCH 1855 

See class of 1815. 



20 INSTRUCTORS 

ECCLESIASTICAL HISTORY 

1904 WILLIAM ERNEST HOCKING 1906 

Instructor in History of Religion. — b. Cleveland, O., Aug. 10, 
1873; Harv. 1901; grad. stu. Harv. 1901-02 and Walker fellow 
at Gottingen, Berlin and Heidelberg universities, 1902-03; in- 
structor Phil., Univ. Cal., 1906-07, and asst prof. Phil., 1907-08; 
asst prof. Phil, elect, Yale, 1908. Ph.D. Harv. 1904. 

1904 WILLIAM WALKER ROCKWELL 1905 

See class of 1900. 

1906 BRUCE WALLACE BROTHERSTON 1907 

See class of 1906. 

ELOCUTION 

1828 WILLIAM RUSSELL 1829 
Also 1841-66.— b. Glasgow, Scotland, Apr. 28, 1798; Univ. Glas- 
gow 1816 ; teacher, Georgia, 1817-22 ; New Haven, Ct., 1822-25 ; 
first editor Amer. Journal of Education, Boston, 1826-29; 
teacher, Philadelphia, Pa.; teacher Eloc, Boston, Cambridge, 
etc. and at Teachers' Institutes, Mass., R.I. and N.H. ; prin. 
Normal Inst, at Reed's Ferry, N.H., 1849-53, and at Lancaster, 
Mass. from 1853 ; author and compiler of text-books on elocu- 
tion, including Amer. Common School Reader and Speaker; 
d. Aug. 16, 1873. 

1829 JONATHAN BARBER 1831 

b. London, England, Apr. 27, 1784; surgeon, London, Oxford 
and Scarboro ; instructor Eloc, Harv., 1830-35 ; physician, Can- 
ada, from 1845; prof. Oratory, McGill Univ., Montreal; author 
of books on elocution; d. Knowlton, May 11, 1864. 

1838 TIMOTHY DWIGHT PORTER STONE 1841 

See class of 181^2. 

1848 FRANCIS THAYER RUSSELL 1849 

b. Roxbury, Mass., June 10, 1828; Phillips Academy; instructor 
Eloc, Trinity, 1853-56, 1863-71, and Berkeley Div. School, 
1852-90; prof. Oratory, Hobart, 1864-66; lecturer St. Stephen's 
Coll., 1869-72; instructor Gen. Theol. Sem., 1881-1903; com- 
piler of works on elocution ; rector, New Britain and Waterbury, 
Ct. ; canon St. Mark's, Grand Rapids, Mich. A.M. hon. Trinity 
1857; D.D. Hobart 1894. 

1850 MARK BAILEY 1851 

Also 1852-53 and 1854-55.— b. Dunbarton, N.H., May 20, 1827; 
Dart. 1849; instructor Eloc, Yale, 1855-1906, also lecturer on 
Oratory, Dart., 1865-76; res. New Haven, Ct. 

1853 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN ROWE 1854 

b. Gilford, N.H., June 9, 1829; Amh. (1859); Vt. Epis. Inst.; 
ord. deacon, June 11, 1861 ; d. Gilford, Dec. 21, 1861. 



INSTRUCTORS 21 

1862 LEWIS BAXTER MONROE 1866 

b. Charlestown, Mass., Oct. 10, 1825; studied voice-culture, 
Paris; lecturer on Eloc. at Teachers' Institutes, Mass.; taught 
private pupils, Wms. and other colleges; supt. of Reading in 
pub. schools, Boston; dean School of Oratory, Boston Univ., 
from 1873; author Vocal Gymnastics and compiler school read- 
ers; d. Dublin, N.H., July 14, 1879. A.M. hon. Wms. 1874. 

1866 JOHN WESLEY CHURCHILL 1868 

See class of 1868. 

1900 BINNEY GUNNISON 1907 

b. Erie, Pa., Dec. 20, 1863; Harv. 1886; Newton Sem.; Crozer 
Sem. 1890; ord. (Meth.) deacon, Nov. 22, 1891; asst pastor Peo- 
ple's church, Boston, 1891-93; teacher Brooklyn Polytechnic 
Inst.; School of Expression, Boston; Worcester Acad.; James 
Milliken Univ., Decatur, 111., from 1907. 

1907 IRVAH LESTER WINTER 1908 

b. New Braintree, Mass., Dec. 26, 1857; Harv. 1886; grad. 
stu. Univ. Chic; instructor Rhet. and Eloc, Mich. Mil. Acad., 
1886-93, and instructor Hist, and Lit., 1893-98; head master 
Kenyon Mil. Acad., Gambier, O., 1898-99; instructor Eloc, 
Harv., 1899-1903, and asst prof, from 1903. 

MUSIC 

For many years the successive presidents of the "Lockhart Society" gave 
instruction in music, for which a small annual appropriation was made by the 
trustees. 

1836 LOWELL MASON 1837 

b. Medfield, Mass., Jan. 8, 1792; life-long musical instructor 
and composer; introduced vocal music into pub. schools in Bos- 
ton and elsewhere; one of the founders of Boston Academy of 
Music and of Teachers' Institutes for training of choirs; com- 
piled, with Profs. Park and Phelps, Sabbath Hymn and Tune 
Book; d. Orange, N.J., Aug. 11, 1872. Mus. Doc N.Y. Univ. 
1855. 

1838 GEORGE FROST BLUNT LEIGHTON 1839 

b. Eliot, Me., July 21, 1816; choir leader and teacher of music; 
Georgetown, S.C. ; Norfolk, Va. ; Alfred, Me. from 1903 ; d. Apr. 
3, 1905. 

1855 GEORGE FREDERICK ROOT 1860 

b. Sheffield, Mass., Aug. 30, 1820 ; teacher of music, organist and 
composer, and compiler of many collections of music; N.Y. 
City, 1844-55; music publisher, Chicago, 111., from 1860; d. 
Aug. 6, 1895. 

1870 HARVEY LESEUR WHITNEY 1873 

b. Upton, Mass., Sept. 20, 1834; music teacher in Boston. 



22 LECTURERS 

1874 CHARLES NELSON FLANDERS 1875 

See class of 1871+. 

1893 GEORG BERNHARD FRESE 1897 

b. Hannover, Germany, Aug. 13, 1852; studied music in Ger- 
many; instructor Music, Phillips Academy, 1893-96, Harv., 
1895-96; d. Berne, Switzerland, Jan. 18, 1901. 

1897 REUBEN MERRILL 1901 

b. North Yarmouth, Me., May 27, 1843; studied music with 
Dresel and Lang in Boston, Garcia and Shakespere in London; 
teacher of music, Boston and Lawrence ; res. Falmouth, Me. 

1901 ROSSITER HOWARD 1904 

b. Brooklyn, N.Y., June 18, 1878; Phillips Academy; studied 
music, Harv., and art interpretation in Europe; director Bureau 
of University Travel, and winter lecturer on Art, Paris, from 
1905. 

1906 JOHN BACHELDER 1908 

b. Bradford, Mass., Mar. 21, 1864; studied music with Baer- 
mann in Boston, Macpherson, organist St. Paul's, in London, 
Guilmant in Paris and Scholtz in Dresden; teacher of music, 
Boston, Newton and Andover. 



LECTURERS 

FOREIGN MISSIONS 

Hyde Lectureship on Foreign Missions founded, 1867, by Henry Hazen 
Hyde of Boston. 

1866-69 REV. RUFUS ANDERSON, D.D., LL.D. 

1869-72 REV. SAMUEL HARRIS, D.D., LL.D. 

1872-73 REV. THEODORE D WIGHT WOOLSEY, D.D., LL.D. 

1873-74 REV. PRES. JULIUS HAWLEY SEELYE, D.D., LL.D. 

1874-75 REV. PRES. CYRUS HAMLIN, D.D., LL.D. 

1876-80 REV. AUGUSTUS CHARLES THOMPSON, D.D. 

1880-83 REV. PRES. SAMUEL COLCORD BARTLETT, D.D., 

LL.D. 
188^-85 PRIN. ANDREW MARTIN EAIRBALRN, D.D., LL.D., 

D.LlTT. 

1887-88 REV. EDWARD ALEXANDER LAWRENCE 

1888-89 REV. DANIEL CROSBY GREENE, D.D. 

1889-90 REV. PRES. EZEKIEL GILMAN ROBINSON, D.D., 
LL.D. 



LECTURERS 



23 



1890-91 REV. BISHOP JOHN FLETCHER HURST, D.D., 
LL.D. 

1891-92 REV. FRANK FIELDS ELLINWOOD, D.D, LL.D. 

1895-96 REV. HENRY BLODGET, D.D. 

1896-1900 REV. CHARLES CUTLER TORREY, Ph.D. 

1902-03 REV. JOHN PETER JONES, D.D. 

REV. CHARLES CUTHBERT HALL, D.D. 

REV. ROBERT ALLEN HUME, D.D. 

REV. JAMES LEVI BARTON, D.D. 
1906-07 PROF. GEORGE WILLIAM KNOX, D.D., LL.D. 
1907-08 REV. PROF. EDWARD CALDWELL MOORE, Ph.D., 



1903-04 
1904-05 
1905-06 



D.D. 



CONGREGATIONALISM 



South worth Lectureship on Congregationalism founded, 1866, by Edward 
Southworth of West Springfield, Mass., and Wells Southworth of New Haven, Ct. 

1866-69 REV. LEONARD BACON, D.D., LL.D. 

1869-72 REV. INCREASE NILES TARBOX, D.D. 

1873-76 REV. TRUMAN MARCELLUS POST, D.D. 

1876-79 REV. HENRY MARTYN DEXTER, D.D. 

1879-82 REV. GEORGE TRUMBULL LADD, D.D. 

1882-86 REV. ABEL HASTINGS ROSS 

1887-88 REV. SAMUEL HARRIS, D.D., LL.D. 

1891-93 REV. AMORY HOWE BRADFORD, D.D. 

1897-99 PROF. WILLISTON WALKER. Ph.D., D.D. 

1900-02 REV. HENRY ALBERT STIMSON, D.D. 

1902-03 REV. PRES. WILLIAM FREDERICK SLOCUM, D.D., 
LL.D. 

1903-04 REV. PRES. EDWARD DWIGHT EATON, D.D. 

1904-05 PROF. .JOHN BATES CLARK, LL.D. 

1905-06 PROF. SIMEON EBEN BALDWIN, LL.D. 

1906-07 REV. PROF. FRANCIS GREENWOOD PEABODY, 
D.D. 

1907-08 REV. PROF. JOHN WINTHROP PLATNER, D.D. 



1862-63 REV. PROF. PHILIP SCHAFF, D.D. 
Ecclesiastical History. 



24 LECTURERS 

1866-69 REV. EDWARD NORRIS KIRK, D.D. 

Revivals. 

1866-71 REV. DANIEL PARKER NOYES 

Home Evangelization. 

1866-73 REV. JACOB MERRILL MANNING, D.D. 

Relations of Christianity to Popular Infidelity. 

1869-73 REV. PRES. NOAH PORTER, D.D., LL.D. 

Intellectual Philosophy. 

1872-73 REV. JOSEPH PARRISH THOMPSON, D.D., LL.D. 

Egyptology. 

1873-78 REV. ALEXANDER HUNTINGTON CLAPP, D.D. 
Home Missions. 

1874-75 REV. AMOS HOWE JOHNSON, M.D. 

Relations of Physiology to Religious Experience. 

1878-79 REV. RAY PALMER, D.D. 

Hymnology. 

1878-81 REV. GEORGE FREDERICK MAGOUN, D.D. 
Home Missions. 

1881-82 REV. ALBERT ELIJAH DUNNING 

Sunday School Work. 

1881-82 REV. DANIEL TAGGART FISKE, D.D. 

Systematic Theology. 

1881-82 REV. PROF. GEORGE TRUMBULL LADD, D.D., LL.D. 

The Inspiration of the Scriptures. 

1881-82 REV. ALEXANDER McKENZIE, D.D. 

Biblical Theology. 

1881-82 REV. PROF. AUSTIN PHELPS, D.D. 

The Studies of a Pastor. 

1881-82 PROF. MOSES STUART PHELPS 

Modern Psychology as affecting Theory and Practice. 

1881-82 REV. PROF. GEORGE FREDERICK WRIGHT 

The Method of Investigation in Physical Science. 

1881-83 REV. JOSEPH TUTHILL DURYEA, D.D. 

Theology and Interpretation of the Old Testament. 

1882-83 REV. CONSTANS LIBERTIE GOODELL, D.D. 
Church Work at the West. 

1882-83 RT. REV. FREDERIC DAN HUNTINGTON, D.D. 
(Winkley Lecturer.) The Christian Use of Property. 

1882-83 PROF. GEORGE HERBERT PALMER 
Course of Development of Ethics in England. 



LECTURERS 25 

1882-83 REV. PRES. EZEKIEL GILMAN ROBINSON, D.D., 
LL.D. 

Selected Topics in Systematic Divinity. 

1883-84 REV. JAMES MONROE BUCKLEY, D.D., LL.D. 

Extemporaneous Preaching. 

1883-84 REV. ROBERT JENKINS NEVIN, D.D. 
(Winkley Lecturer.) The Claims of Rome. 

1883-84 REV. PRES. JOSEPH WARD, D.D. 

Building of Society in the New States. 

1884-85 REV. SAMUEL WARREN DIKE, LL.D. 

The Family with special reference to Social Problems. 

1884-86 PROF. THEODORE WILLIAM DWIGHT, LL.D. 

(Winkley Lecturer.) Relation of the Christian Church and 
the Christian Religion to Jurisprudence. 

1886-87 PROF. JOHN WILLIAM BURGESS, Ph.D., LL.D. 
(Winkley Lecturer.) Influence of the Church in the Crea- 
tion of the Modern State. 

1886-87 REV. SAMUEL LANE LOOMIS, D.D. 

Modern Cities and some of their Problems. 

1888-89 REV. PROF. ELISHA BENJAMIN ANDREWS, D.D., 
LL.D. 

(Winkley Lecturer.) Some Special Bearings of Political 
Economy upon Ethics. 

1889-90 PRES. JACOB GOULD SCHURMAN, D.Sc., LL.D. 
(Winkley Lecturer.) Belief in God: its Sources and 
Grounds. 

1890-91 PRES. MATTHEW HENRY BUCKHAM, D.D., LL.D. 
(Winkley Lecturer.) Christianity at Work upon Social 
Problems. 

1890-95 ROBERT ARCHEY WOODS 

(Alumni Lecturer.) Social Economics in England and 
America. 

1891-92 PROF. NATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER, S.D., 
LL.D. 

(Winkley Lecturer.) Modern Science and Religious Beliefs. 

1892-93 CHARLES CUTLER TORREY, Ph.D. 

Arabic, Syriac: Interpretation of Genesis. 

1893-95 REV. ALONZO HALL QUINT, D.D. 
Homiletics. 

1894-97 REV. ALEXANDER McKENZIE, D.D. 

Homiletics; Pastoral Theology. 



26 LECTURERS 

1895-96 REV. PROF. JOHN MAHAN ENGLISH, D.D. 
Homiletics. 

1895-97 REV. PRES. WILLIAM JEWETT TUCKER, D.D., 
LL.D. 

(Stone Lecturer.) The Effect of Democracy on Religious 
Progress; The Ethical Value of Democracy. 

1897-98 PROF. THOMAS KELLY CHEYNE, D.D. 

(Stone Lecturer.) Jewish Religious Life after the Exile. 

1899-1900 PROF. BORDEN PARKER BOWNE, LL.D. 

(Stone Lecturer.) The Philosophy of Religion. 

1899-1900 REV. FREDERICK HARLAN PAGE 

Pastoral Theology. 

1900-01 REV. DANIEL MERRIMAN, D.D. 
Pastoral Theology. 

1900-01 REV. PROF. EDWARD CALDWELL MOORE, Ph.D., 
D.D. 

Homiletics. 

1900-01 REV. HERBERT WARNER STEBBINS 

(Stone Lecturer.) The Social Environment of the Church. 

1904-05 GEORGE ALBERT BURDETT, A.B. 
Church Music. 

1905-06 JOHN BACHELDER 
Church Music. 

1906-07 REV. HINCKLEY GILBERT MITCHELL, Ph.D., 
D.D. 

Palestinian Geography. 

1907-08 BERTRAM CURTIS HENRY, A.B. 
History of Sacred Music. 



LIBRARIANS 

1808 SAMUEL FARRAR 1830 

Also 1833-44. See Trustees. 

1830 EDWARD ROBINSON 1833 

See class of 1825. 

1844 RENSSELAER DAVID CHANCEFORD ROBBINS 1848 
See class of 181+1. 

1848 EDWARD ROBIE 1851 

See class of 181+3. 

1851 SAMUEL HARVEY TAYLOR 1866 

See class of 1887. 

1866 WILLIAM LADD ROPES 1905 

See class of 1852. 

1905 OWEN HAMILTON GATES 

See Instructors. 



1889 SELAH MERRILL 1904 

Curator of Museum. — b. Canton, Ct., May 2, 1837; Yale 1859- 
60; Yale Sem. 1863; ord. Agawam, Mass., Oct. 31, 1864; chap- 
lain 49th U.S. Col'd Inf., 1864-65; pastor, LeRoy, N.Y., 1866- 
67; Third Cong, church, San Francisco, Cal., 1867-68; studied 
in Germany, 1868-70; pastor, Salmon Falls, N.H., 1871-72; 
teacher Hebrew, And. Sem., 1872 and 1879; archaeologist 
Amer. Palestine Exploration Soc, 1874-77; U.S. consul, Jeru- 
salem, 1882-86, 1891-94 and 1898-1907; consul, Georgetown, 
Brit. Guiana, from 1907; author of archaeological works. A.M. 
hon. Yale 1880; D.D. Iowa 1875; LL.D. Union 1884. 



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DIVINITY STUDENTS, PHILLIPS ACADEMY 

Dr. John Phillips of Exeter, one of the founders of Phillips Academy, left 
a legacy. 1795. for aiding young men in their preparation for the gospel min- 
istry under the direction of "some eminent minister" until such time as a 
"Professor of Divinity" should be employed for the purpose. Rev. Jonathan 
French, pastor of the South Church, Andover, was the teacher on this "Dr. 
Phillips Foundation" until the opening in 180S of the Seminary, to which the 
students then in residence were transferred. The date denotes the year of 
entrance. 

1795 Samuel Stearns h. Epping, X.H. Apr. S. 1770; Dart.; Harv. 
1794; teacher P.A. 1794-95; ord. Apr. 27, 1796; p. Bedford, 
Mass. from 1796; d. Dec. 26, 1834. 

1797 James Kendall b. Sterling, Mass. Nov. 3, 1769; Harv. 1796 

and tutor; teacher P.A. 1796-97; stud, divinity with Dr. 
David Tappan, Cambridge; ord. Jan. 1, 1800; p. (Unit.) 
Plymouth 1500-35 and emer. from 1838; d. Mar. 17, 1859. 
D.D. Harv. 1 

1798 Moses Dow b. Atkinson, X.H. Feb. 4, 1771; Dart. 1796; ord. 

Mar. 18, 1801 ; p. Second ch. Beverly, Mass. 1801-13 ; York, 
Me. 1815-30; Hampton Falls, X.H. 1830-33; w.c. Plaistow 
from 1833 ; d. May 9, 1837. 

1800 Jonathan French, Jr. b. Andover, Mass. Aug. 16, 1778 ; P.A. ; 
Harv. 1798; teacher P.A. 1798-1800; ord. Xov. 18, 1801; p. 
North Hampton, X.H. from 1S01; d. Dec. 18, 1856. D.D. 

Dart. 1651. 

Joshua Bates b. Cohasset, Mass. Mar. 20, 1776; Harv. 1800; 
teacher P.A. 1800-01; ord. Mar. 16. 1803; p. Dedham 1803- 
18; pres. Midd. 1818-39; chap. U.S. House of Representa- 
tives, 1839-41; p. Xorthboro, Mass. 1841^3; Dudley from 
: d. Jan. 14, 1854. D.D. Yale 1818. 

1802 James Thompson b. Halifax, Mass. Apr. 13, 1780; Brown 

<: teacher P.A. 1803; ord. (Unit.) Jan. 11, 1804; p. Barre, 
Mass. from 1804; d. May 14,-1854. D.D. Harv. 1841. 

1503 Samuel Greele b. Wilton, N.H. July 3, 1783; Harv. 1802; 
teacher P.A. 1S02-03; preceptor Marblehead Acad.; teacher 
Boston 1816-22; type founder; alderman; representative; 
deacon Federal St. ch. ; d. Swampscott, Aug. 16, 1861. 

1803 John Farrar b. Lincoln, Mass. July 1, 1779; P.A. ; Harv. 

1803 ; tutor ; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. 1807-36 ; author of 
textbooks; d. Cambridge, May 8, 1853. LL.D. Brown 1833. 



DIVINITY STUDENTS 29 

1803 Asa Eaton b. Plaistow, N.H. July 25, 1778; Harv. 1803; ord. 

(Epis.) deacon, July 31, 1805; priest, Aug. 2, 1805; r. Christ 
ch. Boston, 1805-29 and city miss'y 1829-37; Burlington, 
X.J. 1837-41 ; r. Trinity ch. Bridgewater, Mass. from 1542 ; 
d. Mar. 24. 1858. D.D. Columb. 1828. 

1804 Samuel Walker b. Haverhill, Mass. Jan. 27. 1779; Dart. 

1802; ord. Aug. 14, 1805; p. Danvers (now Peabody), Mass. 
from 1805 ; d. July 7, 1826. 

1804 David Texxey Ejmball b. Bradford, Mass. Nov. 23, 1782; 
Harv. 1803; teacher P.A. 1803-04; ord. Oct. 8, 1806; p. Eirst 
ch. Ipswich from 1806; d. Feb. 3, 1860. 

1804 Samuel Gile b. Plaistow, N.H. July 23, 1780; Dart. 1- 

ord. Feb. 18, 1807; p. Milton, Mass. from 1807; d. Oct. 16, 
1836. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1836. 

1805 Abraham Bodwell b. Methuen, Mass. May 5. 1777: P.A. : 

Harv. 1805; ord. Nov. 13, 1806; p. Sanbornton, N.H 1806- 
52 ; d. Mar. 24, 1S63. 

1805 Amos Clark b. Sherborn, Mass. Apr. 23, 1779; Harv. 1 

teacher Dedham, Boston, Salem and Sherborn; ord. (Unit.) 
May 20, 1830 ; p. Sherborn 1830-42 ; representative : d. Sept. 
3, 1863. 

1806 John Lovejoy Abbot b. Andover, Mass. Nov. 29, 1753 : P.A. ; 

Harv. 1805 ; stud, divinity with Prof. Henry Ware, Cam- 
bridge; lib'n Harv. 1811-13; ord. July 14, 1813; p. First ch. 
(Unit.) Boston 1814; d. Andover, Oct. 17, 1814. 

1808 Ephraim Abbot 

Entered the Seminary. See class of 1810. 

1808 Winthrop Bailey 

Entered the Seminary. See class of 1810. 

1808 Nathaniel Swift 

Entered the Seminary. See class of 1810. 



EXPLANATIONS 

In the following catalogue the students are arranged in three 
lists under each year: 

1. Those who graduated in the regular course of three years — 
in full-faced type. 

2. Those who entered the regular course in the same class, but 
did not finish it. The time of their study — in academical years, 
according to the annual catalogues — is given in parenthesis. A few 
who entered as "resident students' ' (res. stu.) in the early years 
are included in this group. 

3. Resident licentiates, entered under the latest year of their 
study, if in the Seminary more than one year. Those indicated as 
"Abbot Residents" were Seminary graduates "eminently distin- 
guished by their talents, industry, and piety," selected for continued 
study as beneficiaries of the Abbot Fund. 

In later years other lists are introduced for limited periods, as 
the Advanced Class, the Special Course, etc. 

The name of a college or seminary, with date following, indicates 
the graduation of the student from that institution; one date in 
parenthesis shows that the student took a partial course in the class 
specified; two dates show the years of his study there. P.A. denotes 
preparatory study in Phillips Academy. 

Ministers and churches are understood as Congregational, if. not 
otherwise specified. The same denominational designation applies 
to successive items until another denomination is mentioned, p. indi- 
cates pastoral service, whether with or without installation, but 
service before ordination is shown by a.p., acting pastor. If suc- 
cessive towns are in the same state, the name of the state is not 
repeated. The residence last mentioned is understood as the place 
of death. 

Lists of abbreviations may be found at the beginning of the book. 



ALUMNI 

1810 

GRADUATES 

Ephraim Abbot b. Newcastle, Me. Sept. 28, 1779 ; Harv. 1806 ; divin- 
ity student P. A. 1808; teacher P.A. 1809-10; h.m. Washington 
Co. Me. 1811-12; agt Mass. Bible Soc. 1812-13; ord. Oct. 27, 
1813; p. Greenland, N.H. 1813-28, also prin. acad. 1825-28; prin. 
acad. Westford, Mass. 1828-37 and partially supplied Unit. ch. 
1831-47; w.c. Harvard; Westford from 1850; d. July 21, 1870. 

Winthrop Bailey b. Berlin, Mass. May 7, 1784; Harv. 1807; divinity 
student P.A. 1808; teacher P.A. 1807-09; tutor Bowd. 1810-11; 
ord. May 15, 1811; p. Brunswick, Me. 1811-14; Pelham, Mass. 
1815-25; (Unit.) Greenfield from 1825; d. Deerfield Mar. 16, 
1835. A.M. hon. Bowd. 1815. 

John R Crane b. Newark, N.J. Apr. 16, 1787; N.J. Coll. 1805; en- 
tered Sem. 1809; res. Newark 1810-18; ord. Nov. 4, 1818; p. Mid- 
dletown, Ct. from 1818; d. Aug. 17, 1853. D.D. Wesleyan 1845. 

Hooper dimming b. Newark, N.J. Feb. 28, 1788; N.J. Coll. 1805; 
entered Sem. 1809 ; ord. Oct. 3, 1811 ; p. Second 1 Presb. ch. Newark 
1811-14; Schenectady, N.Y. 1815-17; Third Presb. ch. Albany 
1817-22; Vandewater St. ch. N.Y. City 1822-23; Charleston, S.C. 
from 1824; d. Dec. 24, 1825. D.D. Allegheny 1821. 

Abel Cutler b. Sudbury, Mass. Feb. 16, 1781; Wms. 1807; entered 
Sem. 1809; h.m. N.Y. 1810-16; ord. Woburn, Mass. Oct. 24, 1816; 
p. Yarmouth, N.S. 1816-33; w.c. after; res. Northampton, Mass. 
from 1846; d. Feb. 27, 1859. 

John Field b. Hardwick, Mass. Jan. 21, 1780; Wms. 1807; teacher 
Leicester Acad. 1807-08 ; ord. by a Mass. Assoc. 1811 ; h.m. West. 
Res. O. 1811-16 and 1819-23; p. North Wrentham (now Norfolk), 
Mass. 1816-19; Atwater, O. 1823-24; teacher in Miss, from 1824; 
d. near Natchez Aug. 7, 1827. 

John Frost b. Sandgate, Vt. Sept. 3, 1783; Midd. 1806; teacher P.A. 
1810; agt A.B.C.F.M. for N.E. and N.Y. 1811-12; ord. Mar. 17, 
1813; p. (Presb.) Whitesboro, N.Y. 1813-33; gen. agt Oneida 
Inst. 1833-34; p. Elmira 1835-39; Waterville from 1841; d. Mar. 
1, 1842. 

Adoniram Judson b. Maiden, Mass. Aug. 9, 1788; Brown 1807; ord. 
Tabernacle ch. Salem, Mass. Feb. 6, 1812; miss'y of A.B.C.F.M. 
1812-14, and afterward of Bapt. Board of For. Missions, Burmah ; 
d. at sea, Apr. 12, 1850. D.D. Brown 1823. 

31 



32 ALUMNI 1810 

Samuel Thomas Mills b. Saybrook, Ct. May 6, 1785; Yale 1807; en- 
tered Sem. 1809; teacher P.A. 1810; ord. Oct. 2, 1811; p. Litch- 
field, N.Y.| 1811-16; Onondaga 1817-18; Moscow; Peterboro 1825- 
35; Chester, Ct. 1835-38; Oswego, N.Y. 1840-41; teacher and 
some time chap. Penitentiary, Columbus, O. 1842-45; res. Cleve- 
land 1846-52; N.Y. City from 1852; d. Feb. 27, 1853. 

Samuel Newell b. Durham, Me. July 25, 1785; Harv. 1807; entered 
Sem. 1809; ord. Tabernacle ch. Salem, Mass. Feb. 6, 1812; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. India from 1812; d. Bombay Mar. 30, 1821. 

Samuel Nott b. Franklin, Ct. Sept, 11, 1787; Union 1808; entered 
Sem. 1809; teacher P.A. 1810; ord. Tabernacle ch. Salem, Mass. 
Feb. 6, 1812; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India 1812-16; teacher N.Y. 
City 1816-23; p. Galway 1823-29; Wareham, Mass. 1829-49 and 
teacher 1849-66; res. Wareham and Hartford, Ct. from 1866; 
d. June 1, 1869. • 

Gamaliel Smith Olds b. Granville (now Tolland), Mass. Feb. 11, 
1777; Wms. 1801, tutor 1803-05 and prof. Math. 1806-08; entered 
Sem. 1810; ord. Nov. 19, 1813; p. First ch. Greenfield, Mass. 
1813-16; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Univ. Vt. 1819-21, Amh. 
1821-25, and Univ. Ga. ; res. Saratoga Springs, N.Y. and Circle- 
ville, O. from 1841 ; d. June 13, 1848. 

Samuel Parker b. Ashfield, Mass. Apr. 3, 1779; Wms. 1806; stud, 
divinity with Dr. Theophilus Packard, Shelburne; entered Sem. 
1810; h.m. N.Y. and Pa. 1810-11; ord. Dec. 23, 1812; p. Danby, 
N.Y. 1812-27; agt Auburn Sem.; p. Apulia 1830-32; Middlefield, 
Mass. 1832-33; exploring agt A.B.C.F.M. Oregon Ter. 1835-37, 
publishing journal of the tour; p. (Presb.) Volney, N.Y. 1837- 
47; w.c. Ithaca from 1847; d. Mar. 21, 1866. 

Sylvester Selden b. Chatham, Ct. Oct. 19, 1786; Wms. 1807; stud, 
divinity with Dr. Asahel Hooker, Goshen, Ct. and Dr. Ebenezer 
Porter, Washington; entered Sem. 1809; ord. July 3, 1811; p. 
Westbrook 1811-34; Prospect 1834^35; Hebron from 1835; d. 
Oct. 24, 1841. 

Richard Salter Storrs b. Longmeadow, Mass. Feb. 6, 1787; Yale 
1802-03; Wms. 1807; stud, divinity with Dr. Aaron Woolworth, 
Bridgehampton, N.Y. ; entered Sem. 1809; ord. July 3, 1811; p. 
Braintree, Mass. from 1811 (except sec. and gen. agt H.M. Soc. 
in Mass. 1831-36); visitor And. Sem.; d. Aug. 11, 1873. D.D. 
Amh. and Wms. 1835. 

Nathaniel Swift b. Warren, Ct. Feb. 8, 1783; Wms. 1806; divinity 
student P.A. 1808; ord. Sept. 11, 1811; p. Skaneateles, N.Y. 1811- 
12 ; left the ministry ; res. Warren, Ct. ; d. 1833. 

NON-GRADUATES 

David Bates (1808-09) b. Westboro, Mass. Sept. 12, 1784; PA.; 
Harv. 1807; res. Westboro; d. Feb. 9, 1869. 



ALUMNI 1811 33 

Jonathan Cogswell (1809-10) b. Rowley, Mass. Sept. 3, 1782; Harv. 
1806; teacher P.A. 1806-07; tutor Bowd. 1807-09; ord. Oct. 24, 
1810; p. Saco, Me. 1810-28; New Britain, Ct. 1829-34; prof. Eccl. 
Hist. Theol. Inst. Ct. 1834-44; w.c. New Brunswick, N.J. from 
1844; d. Aug. 1, 1864. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1836. 

Lewis Le Conte Congar (1809-10) b. Newark, N.J. May 12, 1788; 
N.J. Coll. 1806; teacher P.A. 1809; d. Andover, while a member 
of Seminary, Jan. 6, 1810. 

Gardiner Spring (1809-10) b. Newburyport, Mass. Feb. 24, 1785; 
Yale 1805; ord. Aug. 8, 1810; p. Brick Presb. ch. N.Y. City from 
1810; d. Aug. 18, 1873. D.D. Ham. 1819; LL.D. Lafayette 1853. 
Son of Dr. Samuel Spring, visitor. 

Henry Pierce Strong (1808-10) b. Salisbury, Ct. Feb. 23, 1785; 
Yale 1807; ord. Sept. 4, 1811; p. Elizabeth St. Presb. ch. N.Y. 
City 1810-13; (Cong.) Woodbury, Ct. 1814-16; St. Albans, Vt. 
1817-21; (Presb.) Phelps, N.Y. 1824-31; Rushville from 1832; 
d. Aug. 28, 1835. 

Benjamin White (1808-09) b. Thetford, Vt. May 8, 1781; Dart. 
1807; ord. June 26, 1811; p. Wells, Me. from 1811; d. Mar. 23, 
1814. 

Worthington Wright (1808-09) b. Windsor, Mass. June 16, 1785; 
Wms. 1806; ord. Jan. 30, 1811; p. Woodbury, Ct. 1811-12; h.m. 
Wayne Co. Pa. 1812-15; stud. med. ; physician Riga and Roch- 
ester, N.Y. 1815-33; p. (Presb.) Churchville 1833-36; (Cong.) 
Woodstock, Vt. 1838-50; Charlestown, N.H. 1851-55; w.c. Fre- 
donia, N.Y. and Ripley from 1855; d. Buffalo Oct. 28, 1873. 

1811 

GRADUATES 

John Bascom b. Chester, Mass. Dec. 23, 1784; Wms. 1807; h.m. 
Western Pa. 1813-14; ord. (Presb.) Jan. 19, 1814; p. Smithfield 
1814-15; Lansing, N.Y. from 1816; d. Mar. 2, 1828. 

Joseph Ward Clary b. Rowe, Mass. Nov. 21, 1786 ; ord. May 7, 1812 ; 
p. First ch. Dover, N.H. 1812-28; Cornish 1828-34 and w.c. from 
1834; d. Apr. 13, 1835. 

Richard Hall b. Mansfield, Ct. Aug. 20, 1784; Midd. 1808 and tutor 
1809-10; ord. Mar. 12, 1812; p. New Ipswich, N.H. from 1812; 
d. New Haven, Ct. July 13, 1824. 

Josiah Peet b. Bethlehem, Ct. June 21, 1780 ; Midd. 1808 ; a.p. Shore- 
ham, Vt. 1812-13; ord. Aug. 4, 1814; p. Norridgewock, Me. from 
1814; also until 1837 h.m. in many other towns; d. Feb. 17, 1852. 

Benjamin Rice b. Sturbridge, Mass. May 9, 1784; Brown 1808; h.m. 
Me. 1811-12; ord. July 7, 1813; p. (Presb.) Skaneateles, N.Y. 



34 ALUMNI 1811 

1812-17; (Cong.) Chester, Mass. 1818; Second ch. South Deer- 
field 1819-27; New Gloucester, Me. 1828-35; Buxton 1835-42; 
Winchendon, Mass. 1843-46 and w.c. from 1846; d. July 12, 1847. 

Timothy Woodbridge b. Stockbridge, Mass. Nov. 21, 1784; Wms. 
(1803); ord. July 23, 1817; p. Green River, N.Y. 1816-42; 
(Presb.) Spencertown 1842-51; (Cong.) Alford, Mass. 1852-53; 
w.c. Spencertown, N.Y. from 1853; d. Dec. 7, 1862. A.M. hon. 
Wms. 1812; D.D. 1847. 

NON-GRADUATES 

William Barker (1808-09) b. Middleboro, Mass. June 16, 1787; 
Brown 1808; d. Andover, while a member of Seminarv, Nov. 29, 
1809. 

John Chandler (1809-10) b. Elizabeth, N.J. Dec. 30, 1784; Yale 
1808; res. Newark, N.J.; elder Third Presb. ch. from 1829; d. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. Dec. 1, 1875. 

Seth Chapin (1808-10) b. Mendon, Mass. June 25, 1783; Brown 
1808; ord. Jan. 1, 1812; p. Hillsboro, N.H. 1812-16; Rowley, 
Mass., Mansfield, Ct. etc. 1816-19; Hanover, Mass. 1819-24; Hun- 
ter, N.Y. 1825-27; First ch. Attleboro (now North Attleboro), 
Mass. 1830-33; West Granville 1833-35 and w.c. 1835^2; Provi- 
dence, R.I. from 1842; d. Apr. 19, 1850. 

Daniel Abraham Clark (1809-11) b. Rahway, N.J. Mar. 1, 1779; 
N.J. Coll. 1808; ord. Jan. 1, 1812; p. Weymouth Landing, Mass. 
1812-13; Southbury, Ct. 1816-19; First ch. Amherst, Mass. 1820- 
24; Bennington, Vt. 1826-30; Utica, N.Y. 1831-32; (Presb.) 
Adams 1832-33; w.c. New Haven, Ct.* 1833-38; N.Y. City from 
1838; d. Mar. 3, 1840. 

Noah Coe (1809-10) b. Durham, Ct. May 25, 1786; Yale 1808; ord. 
July 3, 1811; p. (Presb.) Chester, N.Y. 1811-13; New Hartford 
1814-35; (Cong.) Woodbridge, Ct. 1835-36; West Greenwich 
1836-45 and w.c. 1845^8; city miss'y N.Y. City 1848-52; Wil- 
liamsburg 1852-54; p. Northfield, Ct. 1854-56; New Preston Hill 
1856-57; w.c. New Haven from 1857; d. May 9, 1871. 

Jonathan Cone (1809-10) b. Colchester, Ct. July 12, 1784; Yale 
1808; ord. May 22, 1811; p. Bristol 1811-28; Durham, N.Y. 1830- 
48; w.c. New Haven, Ct. from 1848; d. Jan. 4, 1850. 

Matthew Rice Dutton (1809-10) b. Watertown, Ct. Jan 30, 1783; 
Yale 1808 and tutor 1810-14; ord. Sept. 24, 1814; p. Stratford 
1814-22; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Yale from 1822; d. New 
Haven, July 17, 1825. 

Darius Oliver Griswold (1809-10) b. Goshen, Ct. Aug. 5, 1787; Wms. 
1808; ord. July 1, 1812; p. East Bloomfield, N.Y. 1812-14; 
(Presb.) Saratoga Springs 1815-23; (Cong.) Watertown, Ct. 



ALUMNI 1812 35 

1823-33; (Presb.) Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 1833-39 and w.c. from 
1839; d. Dec. 1841. 

Gordon Hall (1810-11) b. Tolland, Mass. Apr. 8, 1784; Wms. 1808; 
ord. Tabernacle ch. Salem, Feb. 6, 1812; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India 
from 1812; d. Mar. 20, 1826. 

Luther Hart (1809-10) b. Goshen, Ct. July 27, 1783; Yale 1807; 
ord. Sept. 5, 1810; p. Plymouth from 1810; d. Apr. 25, 1834. 

John Wilson Kimball (1809-10) b. Concord, N.H. Jan. 25, 1787; 
Dart. 1807; teacher Rahway, N.J. 1812-13; Flushing, N.Y. 1813- 
14; physician Bath, N.H. 1817-19; Campton 1820-45; Beaver 
Dam, Wis. from 1845; d. Mar. 7, 1868. M.D. Dart. 1816. 

Jeremiah Mayhew (1809-11) b. New Bedford, Mass. Dec. 23, 1788; 
Brown 1808; d. New Bedford, while a member of Seminary, 
Jan. 4, 1811. 

John Patten (1809-11) b. Topsham, Me. Oct. 4, 1785; Bowd. 1808; 
teacher in N.C. ; res. Charlestown, Mass. ; merchant, farmer, Bow- 
doinham, Me. from 1821; d. Aug. 28, 1866. 

Ezekiel Rich (1810-11) b. Greenwich, Mass. Apr. 2, 1784; Brown 
1808; ord. Greenwich, 1812; h.m. 1812-15; p. Troy, N.H. 1815-18, 
teacher 1818-24 and 1827-45, except p. East Woodstock, Ct. 
1830-31; also h.m. Troy and vicinity 1818-27; w.c. Rochester, 
N.Y. and Deep River, Ct. from 1845; d. Nov. 22, 1854. 

Abraham Miller Smith (1809-11) b. East Hampton, N.Y. June 26, 
1790; Yale 1808; res. East Hampton; d. 1839. 

Ebenezer Peck Sperry (1808-10) b. New Haven, Ct. June 3, 1785; 
Midd. 1808; ord. Nov. 3, 1813; p. Dunstable (now Nashua), N.H. 
1813-19; Wenham, Mass. 1820-36; chap. House of Correction, 
Boston, 1838-39; p. Peru, 0. 1842-46; Lyme 1846^8; Ruggles 
1849-52 and w.c. from 1852; d. Jan. 1, 1853. 

William Allen Tompson (1809-11) b. South Berwick, Me. Apr. 18, 
1787; Bowd. 1808; prin. Berwick Acad. 1813-19; res. South 
Berwick; d. Oct. 3, 1835. 

Comfort Williams (1809-10) b. Wethersfield, Ct. Jan. 23, 1783; 
Yale 1808; ord. by Oneida (N.Y.) Presb 'y, Feb. 1813; h.m. N.Y. 
and Pa. 1812-16; p. Rochester, N.Y. 1816-21 and w.c. from 1821; 
d. Aug. 26, 1825. 



1812 

GRADUATES 

Joshua Dean b. Taunton, Mass. July 16, 1788; Brown 1809; ord. 
Locke, N.Y. Nov. 30, 1814; p. Groton from 1814; d. Nov. 30, 1824. 



36 ALUMNI 1812 

John Wallace Ellingwood b. Beverly, Mass. May 2, 1782; ord. Nov. 
4, 1812; p. First ch. Bath, Me. 1812-43 and w.c. from 1843; over- 
seer Bowd. ; overseer and trustee Bangor Sem. ; d. Aug. 19, 1860. 
A.M. hon. Wms. 1816, Bowd. 1824; D.D. Bowd. 1851. 

Jacob Ide b. Attleboro, Mass. Mar. 29, 1785 ; Brown 1809 ; ord. Nov. 
2, 1814; p. West Medway, Mass. from 1814; trustee Amh. ; d. 
Jan. 5, 1880. D.D. Brown 1837. 

Jonathan Lee b. Salisbury, Ct. July 19, 1786; Yale 1809; ord. June 
28, 1815; p. Otis, Mass. 1815-31; h.m. Mich. 1832, and Mass. 
1833; p. Weybridge, Vt. 1834-37; prin. acad. Salisbury, Ct. 1838- 
41 and res. there after; d. Oct. 13, 1866. 

Samuel John Mills b. Torringford, Ct. Apr. 21, 1783; Wms. 1809; 
exploring agt Mass. and Ct. miss'y societies in West and South- 
west, 1812-13; miss'y and Bible agt in Southwest, 1814-15; ord. 
Newburyport, Mass. June 21, 1815; city miss'y N.Y. City, and 
instrumental in organizing African School for training teachers, 
the United For. Miss'y Soc. and Amer. Col'n Soc. 1815-16; first 
agt Col'n Soc. 1817-18; tour to Africa (with Ebenezer Burgess, 
class of 1815) ; d. at sea on homeward voyage, June 16, 1818. 

Ansel Nash b. Williamsburg, Mass. Jan. 26, 1788; Wms. 1809; ord. 
Jan. 21, 1813; p. Tolland, Ct. 1813-31; Bloomfield 1831-35; agt 
Amer. Educ. Soc. 1835-39 and 1841^4; p. Rockville 1839-41; 
Colchester, Vt. 1845-48; d. Brattleboro Aug. 11, 1851. 

James Richards b. Abington, Mass. Feb. 23, 1784 ; Wms. 1809 ; stud, 
med. Dart, and Univ. Pa. 1812-14; a.p. Deering, N.H. 1814-15; 
ord. Newburyport, Mass. June 21, 1815; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Cey- 
lon from 1815; d. Tillipally, Aug. 3, 1822. 

Robert Chauncey Robbins b. Westchester, Ct. May 16, 1786; Wms. 
1809; agt A.B.C.F.M. 1816-17; h.m. Ct. 1817-22; res. Darien, Ga. 
from 1823; d. May 18, 1825. 

John F (Freeman 1 ?) Schermerhorn b. Sept. 24, 1786; from Sche- 
nectady, N.Y. ; Union 1809; exploring agt with Samuel J. Mills 
above, 1812-13; ord.; h.m. Ref. Dutch ch. N.Y.; p. Middleburg, 
1816-27; sec. and gen. agt Dom. Miss'y Soc. 1826-32; U.S. Indian 
agt, Cherokees (negotiating treaty), 1836; res. N.Y. City from 
1847; d. Richmond, Va. Mar. 6, 1851. 

Edward Warren b. Marlboro, Mass. Aug. 4, 1786; Midd. 1808; ord. 
Newburyport, Mass. June 21, 1815; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Ceylon 
from 1815; d. Cape Town, Africa, Aug. 11, 1818. 

Simeon Woodruff b. Litchfield, Ct. July 26, 1782; Yale 1809; ord. 
Washington, Apr. 21, 1813; h.m. West. Res. O. 1813-14; p. Tall- 
madge 1814-23; Bath 1824; Strongsville 1825-34; Worthington 
1835-38; h.m. Bainbridge, Mich, from 1838; d. Aug. 28, 1839. 



ALUMNI 1812 37 

NON-GRADUATES 

Garrett Garnsey Brown (1809-11) b. Bethlehem, Ct. Feb. 13, 1785; 
Yale 1809; teacher in families and select schools in South, 1811- 
61, except in Hawaiian Islands, 1854-55; res. Bethlehem, Ct.; 
Woodbury; d. Oct. 1, 1870. 

John Brown (1809-11) b. Brooklyn, Ct. July 4, 1786; Dart. 1809; 
ord. Dec. 8, 1813; p. (Presb.) Cazenovia, N.Y. 1813-29; (Cong.) 
Pine St. ch. Boston 1829-31; Hadley, Mass. from 1831; d. Mar. 
22, 1839. D.D. Union 1827. 

John Flavel Clark (1810-11) b. New Brunswick, N.J. Dec. 10, 1788; 
N.J. Coll. 1807 and tutor 1811-14; ord. June 15, 1815; p. (Presb.) 
Flemington 1815-36; Paterson 1837-41; Cold Spring, N.Y. 1841- 
45; Oyster Bay 1845-46; Fishkill from 1847; d. Oct. 7, 1853. 

Micaiah Fairfield (1809-10) b. Plainfield, N.H. Apr. 3, 1786; Midd. 
1809; ord. (Bapt.) Clarksburg, Va. 1817; h.m. Va., Pa. and O. 
1817-27; agt Amer. Bible Soc. O. and Ind. 1829-33; agt Bapt. 
H.M. Soc; anti-slavery lecturer, etc. from 1840; d. Hillsdale, 
Mich. Feb. 19, 1858. 

Cyrus Winthrop Gray (1809-10) b. Sharon, Ct. Aug. 8, 1784; Wms. 
1809 and tutor 1810-12; ord. Apr. 4, 1813; p. Washington, Ct. 
1813-15; Stafford from 1817; d. Aug. 20, 1821. 

Alfred Mitchell (1809-10) b. Wethersfield, Ct. May 22, 1790; Yale 
1809; ord. Oct. 27, 1814; p. Norwich from 1814; d. Dec. 21, 1831. 

Luther Rice (1810-12) b. Northboro, Mass. Mar. 25, 1783; Wms. 

1810; ord. Tabernacle ch. Salem Feb. 6, 1812; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 

• India 1812-13; agt Bapt. Board of For. Missions 1814-26; agt 

Columbian Coll. D.C. 1820-26; w.c. Edgefield District, S.C. from 

1826; d. Sept. 25, 1836. 

William Raymond Weeks (1809-10) b. Brooklyn, Ct. Aug. 6, 1783; 
N.J. Coll. 1809 and tutor 1809-10; ord. Feb. 16, 1812; p. (Presb.) 
Plattsburg, N.Y. 1811-14; teacher Litchfield, Ct. 1815-18; Clin- 
ton, N.Y. 1818-20; p. Paris Hill 1820-31; Third ch. Utica 1831- 
32; Fourth ch. Newark, N.J. 1832^6; d. Oneida, N.Y. June 27, 
1848. D.D. Wms. 1828. 

Stephen Maynard Wheelock (1809-10) b. Rutland, Vt. Apr. 4, 1789; 
Univ. Vt. 1809; ord. Poultney Oct. 1819; p. Pittsfield, N.H. 1822- 
23; h.m. N.Y., Vt. and to Mohegan Indians in Ct. 1823-25; p. 
Warren, Vt. 1825-28; Westf ord, Ct. 1832-33 ; Sandgate, Vt. 1834- 
35; Derby 1836^0; w.c. Rutland from 1840; d. Aug. 12, 1847. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Daniel Huntington b. Norwich, Ct. Oct. 17, 1788; Yale 1807; ord. 
Oct. 28, 1812; p. North ch. Bridgewater (now Brockton), Mass. 



38 ALUMNI 1813 

1812-33; teacher New London, Ct. 1833-40; p. South ch. Bridge- 
water (now Campello), Mass. 1840-53; w.c. New London, Ct. 
from 1853; d. May 21, 1858. 



1813 

GRADUATES 

Burr Baldwin b. Weston, Ct. Jan. 19, 1789; Yale 1809; prin. acad. 
Newark, N.J. 1814-16; h.m. Ohio and Western Va. 1816-17; city 
miss'y N.Y. City 1817-18; h.m. N.J. 1818-19; ord. by Litchfield 
(Ct.) South Assoc. June 2, 1819; agt Presb. Edue. Soc. 1819-20, 
United For. Miss'y Soc. 1820-21; p. and h.m. N.J. and Pa. 1821- 
23; p. Montrose 1824-29; (Cong.) New Hartford, Ct. 1830-33; 
preached in R.I., Ct. and Mass. 1833-36; p. Ashfield 1836-38; 
teacher Newark, N.J. 1838-47; h.m. Montrose (Pa.) Presb'y 1847- 
67; also post chap. U.S.A. Beverly, West Va. 1861-63; w.c. 
Montrose, Pa. from 1867; d. Jan. 23, 1880. 

Chauncey Booth b. East Windsor, Ct. Mar. 15, 1783; Yale 1810; 
h.m. N.H. 1814-15; ord. Sept. 20, 1815; p. Coventry, Ct. 1815^4 
and w.c. from 1844; d. May 24, 1851. 

William Eaton b. Framingham, Mass. Aug. 18, 1783; Wms. 1810; 
ord. Aug. 30, 1815; p. Fitchburg 1815-23; Middleboro 1824-34; 
Charlotte, Vt. 1834-37; Hardwick, Mass. from 1837; d. West 
Brookfield Apr. 15, 1840. 

William Hanford b. Norwalk, Ct. Nov. 11, 1787; Yale 1808; ord. 
North Stamford Oct. 13, 1813; h.m. West. Res. 0. 1813-15; p. 
Hudson 1815-31; Windham 1831-40; w.c. Tallmadge from 1840; 
d. May 31, 1861. 

Fifield Holt b. Hollis, N.H. May 27, 1784; Midd. 1810; teacher PA. 
1812-13; ord. Bloomfield (now Skowhegan), Me. June 15, 1814; 
p. Bloomfield and h.m. from 1814; d. Nov. 15, 1830. 

Benjamin Clark Meigs b. Bethlehem, Ct. Aug. 9, 1789; Yale 1809; 
ord. Newburyport, Mass. June 21, 1815; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Cey- 
lon 1815-58; w.c. from 1858; d. N.Y. City May 12, 1862. 

Enos Merrill b. Falmouth, Me. Mar. 18, 1786; Bowd. 1808; h.m. Me. 
1813-14; tutor Bowd. 1814-16; ord. Nov. 6, 1816; p. Freeport 
1816-30; prin. acad. Wolfeboro, N.H. 1831-32; p. Alna, Me. 1832- 
41; w.c. Falmouth 1841^4; p. Naples 1844; h.m. Sweden 1845; 
p. Mechanic Falls 1846-55; Fairlee, Vt. from 1858; d. Orford, 
N.H. Mar. 22, 1861. 

Ephraim Holland Newton b. Newfane, Vt. June 13, 1787; Midd. 
1810; ord. Mar. 16, 1814; p. Marlboro 1814-33; (Presb.) Glens 
Falls, N.Y. 1833-36; res. Cambridge 1837-61, p. 1837-43 and prin. 



ALUMNI 1813 39 

acad. 1843-48; p. (Cong.) Marlboro, Vt. 1861-62; Wilmington 
1863-64; donor of "Newton Cabinet" to Seminary Library; 
d. Cambridge, N.Y. Oct. 25, 1864. A.M. hon. Wms. 1828; D.D. 
Midd. 1862. 

David Oliphant b. Waterford, N.Y. Nov. 9, 1791; Union 1809; Princ. 
Sem. 1811-12; ord. May 25, 1815; p. Keene, N.H. 1815-17; Third 
(now Dane St. ) ch. Beverly, Mass. 1818-34; Second ch. Wells, 
Me. 1834-38; Plaistow, N.H. 1838-52; w.c. Andover, Mass. 1852- 
68 (res. lie. 1853) ; St. Louis, Mo. from 1868; d. Oct. 26, 1871. 

Thaddeus Pomeroy b. Southampton, Mass. Feb. 28, 1783; Wms. 
1810; ord. Nov. 22, 1815; p. Randolph 1815-20; Gorham, Me. 
1822-40; (Presb.) Otisco, N.Y. 1841^3; w.c. Onondaga 1843^9; 
De Witt from 1849 ; d. Apr. 14, 1858. 

Daniel Smith b. Bennington, Vt. Oct. 6, 1789; Midd. 1810; exploring 
agt Mass. Miss'y Soc. in South 1814-15; ord. Ipswich, Mass. 
Sept. 29, 1815; h.m. in South 1815-19; p. Natchez, Miss. 1819-22; 
Louisville, Ky. from 1822; d. Feb. 22, 1823. 

Benjamin Brearley Stockton b. Hackettstown, N.J. Jan. 31, 1790; 
Midd. 1809; ord. (Presb.) 1812; h.m. in West 1813-18; p. Skan- 
eateles, N.Y. 1818-22; Palmyra 1824-27; Pompey 1829-31; Ca- 
millus 1831-33; Leroy 1833-35; Montgomery 1835-38; Brockport 
1838^3; Geneseo 1843-48; Phelps 1850-57; w.c. Jersey City, N.J. 
1859; Williamsburg, N.Y. from 1859; trustee Auburn Sem.; d. 
Jan. 10, 1861. 

Francis Dehon Wait b. Boston Feb. 23, 1791; Brown 1810; physi- 
cian; d. 1833. M.D. Univ. Pa. 1820. 

Hezekiah Woodruff b. Stonington, Ct. Feb. 18, 1789; Union 1810; 
ord. Feb. 16, 1816; p. (Presb.) Elmira, N.Y. 1816-20; lawyer 
Erin; d. about 1860. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Justin Edwards (1811-12) b. Westhampton, Mass. Apr. 25, 1787; 
Wms. 1810; ord. Dec. 2, 1812; p. South ch. Andover 1812-27; 
one of founders of Amer. Tract Soc. Boston (with printing-house 
at Andover), and cor. sec. and manager until 1825; p. Salem St. 
ch. Boston 1828-29; res. Andover from 1829; sec. Amer. Temp. 
Soc. 1829-36; pres. Sem. 1836-42 and trustee; sec. Amer. and 
For. Sabbath Union 1842-49; author of Sabbath Manual, Tem- 
perance Manual and commentaries; d. Bath Alum Springs, Va. 
July 23, 1853. D.D. Yale 1827. 

Laurin Chittenden Hatch (1811-12) b. Granville, Mass. Mar. 19, 
1789; Wms. 1810; d. 1812. 

Preserved Jennings (1810-11) b. Westport, Ct. Oct. 11, 1788; Yale 
1808; res. Westport from 1810; d. Nov. 27, 1837. 



40 ALUMNI 1814 

Jacob Evert Vosburgh (1810-11) b. Kinderhook, N.Y. Feb. 15, 1787; 
Union 1810; Princ. Sem. 1812-13; d. in 111. 1836. 

James Wakeman (1810-11) b. Ballston, N.Y. June 25, 1788; Union 
1809 ; teacher and planter in South ; d. there. 



1814 

GRADUATES 

Horatio Bardwell b. Belchertown, Mass. Nov. 3, 1788; teacher P. A. 
1813-14; ord. Newburyport June 21, 1815; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
India 1815-21; p. Holden, Mass. 1823-31; agt A.B.C.F.M. 1831- 
36; p. Oxford 1836-64 and w.c. from 1864; d. May 5, 1866. A.M. 
hon. Dart. 1814; D.D. Amh. 1857. 

Calvin Colton b. Longmeadow, Mass. Sept. 14, 1789 ; Yale 1812 ; ord. 
(Presb.) July 1, 1817; h.m. N.Y. 1817-20; p. Leroy 1820-24; 
Batavia 1825-26; lit. work 1826-31; in England 1831-35; ord. 
(Epis.) deacon Apr. 24, 1836; priest July 2, 1837; r. ch. of Mes- 
siah, N.Y. City 1837-38; lit. work 1838-52; prof. Polit. Econ. 
Trinity Coll. from 1852; d. Savannah, Ga. Mar. 13, 1857. LL.D. 
Hobart 1852. 

Ralph Emerson b. Hollis, N.H. Aug. 18, 1787; Yale 1811 and tutor 
1814-16; ord. June 12, 1816; p. Norfolk, Ct. 1816-29; prof. Eccl. 
Hist. And. Sem. 1829-53; w.c. Newburyport, Mass. 1853-59; 
Rockford, 111. from 1859; d. May 20, 1863. D.D. Yale 1830. 

Jeremiah Flint b. Braintree, Vt. Nov. 16, 1784; Midd. 1811; ord. 
July 31, 1817; p. Danville 1817-18; w.c. Waterbury and Eden 
from 1818; d. Oct. 29, 1843. 

Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet b. Philadelphia, Pa. Dec. 10, 1787; Yale 
1805 and tutor 1808-10; studied methods of instruction of deaf- 
mutes in Europe 1815-16 ; founder Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Hart- 
ford, Ct. and supt. 1817-30; ord. Sept. 23, 1834; literary and 
philanthropic work, Hartford 1830-38 and chap. Retreat for 
Insane from 1838; d. Sept. 10, 1851. LL.D. West. Res. 1851. 

Salmon Giddings b. Hartland, Ct. Mar. 3, 1782 ; Wms. 1811 and tutor 
1814-15; ord. Enfield, Ct. Dec. 20, 1815; h.m. Mass., Ct. and N.Y. 
1814-15; Mo. 1815-26 (making exploring tours among Indian 
tribes of far West), also p. First Presb. ch. St. Louis from 1816; 
d. Feb. 1, 1828. 

William Ripley Gould b. Sharon, Ct. May 27, 1789; Yale 1811; ord. 
by Hartford No. Consoc. Oct. 12, 1814; h.m. O. 1814-15; p. Gal- 
lipolis 1815-26; Torrington, Ct. 1827-32; Barkhamsted 1832-38; 
Gallipolis, O. 1839-46; w.c. Pottstown, Pa. from 1846; d. July 2, 
1867. 



ALUMNI 1814 41 

Calvin Hitchcock b, Westminster, Vt. Oct. 25, 1787; Midd. 1811; 
ord. Aug. 15, 1815; p. Newport, R.I. 1815-20; Randolph, Mass. 
1821-51; w.c. Wrentham from 1851; d. Dec. 3, 1867. D.D. Midd. 
1841. 

Leonard Jewett b. Hollis, N.H. Oct. 2, 1787; P. A.; Dart. 1810; h.m. 
Western N.Y. and N.H.; h.m. Chester (1818-19), Londonderry, 
Litchfield, Wilton, Roxbury, N.H.; ord. Mar. 6, 1833; p. Temple 
1833-44; w.c. Hollis from 1844; d. Feb. 16, 1862. 

David Meaubec Mitchell b. North Yarmouth, Me. May 9, 1788 ; Yale 
1811; h.m. Me. 1815-16; ord. June 19, 1816; p. Waldoboro 1816- 
42 ; w.c. Andover, Mass. 1842^5 ; p. Cape Elizabeth, Me. 1845-52, 
also city miss'y Portland; Roxbury, Mass. 1852-61; w.c. South 
Natick 1861-65; Waltham from 1865; trustee Bang. Sem.; d. 
Nov. 27, 1869. 

Daniel Poor b. Danvers, Mass. June 27, 1789; P.A.; Dart. 1811; ord. 
Newburyport, Mass. June 21, 1815; miss'y A.B.CF.M. Ceylon 
from 1815; d. Jaffna Feb. 3, 1855. D.D. Dart. 1835. 

Israel Warburton Putnam b. Danvers, Mass. Nov. 24, 1786; Dart. 
1809; ord. Mar. 15, 1815; p. Portsmouth, N.H. 1815-35; First ch. 
Middleboro, Mass. from 1835; d. May 3, 1868. D.D. Dart. 1853. 

David Marsh Smith b. New Marlboro, Mass. Aug. 11, 1789 ; Yale 1811 ; 
h.m. N.Y. 1815-16; ord. July 6, 1817; p. (Presb.) Lewiston 1817- 
28; Little Falls 1830; p. and prin. acad. New Stockbridge 1830-35; 
prin. sem. Stockport 1835-39, also p. Newman's Mills 1835-36; 
sec. and agt N.Y. State Soc, for estab. of normal schools 1839-42 ; 
h.m. N.Y. 1842-59; w.c. Princeton, N.J. from 1860; d. July 15, 
1880. 

Miles Powell Squier b. Cornwall, Vt. May 4, 1792; Midd. 1811; a.p. 
Oxford, Mass. 1814; Vergennes, Vt. 1814-15; h.m. Western N.Y. 
1815-16; ord. May 3, 1816; p. (Presb.) Buffalo 1816-24; agt 
Auburn Sem. 1824-26; sec. Amer. H.M. Soc. Geneva 1826-34; 
prin. Geneva Lyceum 1831^41; res. Geneva 1841-49; prof. Intell. 
and Mor. Phil. Beloit 1849-63; w.c. Geneva from 1863; trustee 
Auburn Sem. ; d. June 22, 1866. D.D. Midd. 1852. 

Julius Steele b. Woodbury, Ct. Dec. 29, 1786 ; Yale 1811 ; ord. Mar. 
13, 1816; p. East Bloomfield, N.Y. 1816-29; Warsaw 1829-31; 
West Bloomfield 1831-38; White Pigeon, Mich. 1838-40; w.c. 
Constantino from 1840; d. Feb. 20, 1846. 

Hervey Talcott b. Coventry, Ct. Jan. 6, 1791; Yale 1810; h.m. Ct., 
Mass. and N.Y. 1814-16; ord. Oct. 23, 1816; p. Portland, Ct. from 
1816; d. Dec. 19, 1865. 

Sylvester Woodbridge b. Southampton, Mass. Nov. 9, 1790 ; ord. Apr. 
23, 1817; p. First ch. Greenfield 1817-23; Greenville, N.Y. 1824- 
31; agt Amer. Tract Soc. 1831-38; agt Auburn Sem. 1838-39; 



42 ALUMNI 1815 

p. Westhampton 1841-48; agt Oakland Coll. Miss.; p. Second 
Presb. ch. New Orleans, La. 1852-60 and w.c. from 1860; d. June 
30, 1863. D.D. 

NON-GRADUATES 

William Reed (1811-12) b. Burlington, Mass. Feb. 20, 1788; P. A.; 
Harv. 1811; d. Burlington June 25, 1812. 

Heman Swift (1811-12) b. Bennington, Vt. Sept. 30, 1791; Midd. 
1811; physician Bennington from 1818; senator; d. Jan. 30, 1856. 



1815 

GRADUATES 

Jonathan Adams b. Boothbay, Me. July 5, 1785; Midd. 1812; ord. 
Feb. 26, 1817; p. Woolwich, Me. 1817-32; Deer Island 1832-52; 
Boothbay 1852-58; w.c. New Sharon from 1858; d. Apr. 9, 1861. 

Elijah Baldwin b. Milford, Ct. June, 1789; Yale 1812; d. Derby, 
June 6, 1819. 

Ebenezer Burgess b. Wareham, Mass. Apr. 1, 1790; Brown 1809 and 
tutor 1811-13; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Univ. Vt. 1815-17; agt 
Amer. Col'n Soc. 1817-19; tour to Africa (with Samuel J. Mills, 
class of 1812); ord. Mar. 14, 1821; p. First ch. Dedham, Mass. 
from 1820; trustee PA. (and And. Sem.) ; published The Dedham 
Pulpit and Burgess Genealogy; d. Dec. 5, 1870. D.D. Midd. 1835. 

Joseph Wait Curtis b. Windsor, Vt. Apr. 12, 1790; Dart. 1811; ord. 
July 5, 1816; p. No. Yarmouth, Me. 1816-17 and w.c. 1817-20; 
p. Warren, O. 1820-31;. chap. Vt. State Prison 1832-34; h.m. Can- 
ada 1835; p. Charlestown, N.H. 1835-36; w.c. Hadley, Mass. from 
1836; d. Mar. 16, 1857. 

Eleazer Thompson Fitch b. New Haven, Ct. Jan. 1, 1791; Yale 1810; 
res. lie. 1817 ; ord. Nov. 5, 1817 ; p. Coll. ch. New Haven, also prof. 
Div. Yale 1817-52 (prof. Sac. Lit. 1822-24) ; lecturer on Homilet- 
ics 1824-61; prof. emer. from 1861; d. New Haven Jan. 30, 1871. 
D.D. Univ. Pa. 1S28. 

Allen Graves b. Rupert, Vt. Apr. 8, 1792; Midd. 1812; ord. Park St. 
ch. Boston Sept. 3, 1817; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India from 1817; d. 
Dec. 30, 1843. 

Herman Halsey b. Bridgehampton, N.Y. July 16, 1793; Wms. 1811; 
ord. Bethlehem, Ct. May 15, 1816; h.m. Ky., Ct. and Western 
N.Y. 1816-19; p. Bergen 1819-30; Cambria 1830-35; (Presb.) 
Middleport 1835-36; Chalmers ch. Niagara 1836-39;' Niagara 
Falls 1839^2; w.c. East Wilson from 1842; d. Mar. 23, 1891. 
D.D. Wms. 1889. 



ALUMNI 1815 43 

Ebenezer Kellogg b. Vernon, Ct. Oct. 25, 1789; Yale 1810; prof. 
Greek and Latin, and librarian Wms. 1815-44; res. Williamstown 
from 1844; d. Oct. 2, 1846. 

Cyrus Kingsbury b. Alstead, N.H. Nov. 22, 1786; Brown 1812; 
teacher P. A. 1813-14; ord. Ipswich, Mass. Sept. 29, 1815; h.m. 
Va. and East Tenn. 1815-17; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Cherokees, 
Missionary Ridge, Tenn. 1817-18, to Choctaws from 1818 (under 
Southern Presb. Board from 1859) ; d. in Ind. Ter. June 27, 1870. 
D.D. Brown 1854. 

Nathan Lord b. Berwick, Me. Nov. 28, 1792; Bowd. 1809; ord. May 
22, 1816; p. Amherst, N.H. 1816-28; pres. Dart. 1828-63; res. 
Hanover from 1863; d. Sept. 9, 1870. D.D. Bowd. 1828; LL.D. 
Dart. 1864. 

Stephen Mason b. Litchfield, Ct. June 1, 1788; Wms. 1812; ord. Beth- 
lehem, Ct. May 15, 1816; h.m. Ky. 1816-17; p. Washington, Ct. 
1817-29; Nantucket, Mass. 1830-35; Collinsville, Ct. 1835-36; 
Goshen, Mass. 1836-37; Marshall, Mich. 1838-39; Eckford 1839- 
42; Battle Creek 1842-44; Marengo, etc. 1845-50; w.c. Marshall 
from 1850; d. Nov. 8, 1870. 

Robert Page b. Readfield, Me. Apr. 25, 1790; Bowd. 1810; h.m. Me. 
1815-20; ord. May 22, 1822; p. Bradford, N.H. 1822-28; Durham 
1828-31; Hanover 1831-33; Hardwick, Vt. 1833-35; Levant (now 
Kenduskeag), Me. 1835-44; Lincoln 1844; Oldtown 1844-46; 
Hillsboro, N.H. 1847-51; Lempster 1851-56; West Farmington, 
O. 1857-63 and w.c. from 1863; d. Jan. 12, 1876. 

Isaac Parsons b. Southampton, Mass. Aug. 28, 1790 ; Wms. 1806-08 ; 
Yale 1811; ord. Oct. 3, 1816; p. East Haddam, Ct. 1816-56 and 
w.c. from 1856; d. Aug. 22, 1868. 4 

George Payson b. Pomfret, Ct. July 12, 1789; Yale 1812; ord. July 3, 
1816; p. Kennebunkport, Me. 1816-20 and w.c. from 1820; d. Oct. 
22, 1823. 

Henry Smith b. Durham, N.H. Jan. 2, 1790; Bowd. 1810; ord. Oct. 
8, 1817; p. Camden, N.Y. from 1817; d. July 19, 1828. 

Job Sedgwick Swift b. Bennington, Vt. Apr. 11, 1794; Midd. 1812; 
preached in Me. and in Royalton, Vt. 1815-16; teacher in Ala. 
and Ga.; planter in Ga. from 1824; d. Dalton June, 1859. 

Samuel White b. Randolph, Mass. Oct. 12, 1791; Dart. 1812; ord. 
(Presb.) Feb. 24, 1818; p. Williamson, N.Y. 1818-28; Starkey 
1825-30; Pulteney 1830-32 and 1840-52; Rock Stream 1832-35; 
Tyrone 1835-37 ; w.c. Starkey from 1853 ; d. Rock Stream June 9, 
1864. 

NON-GRADUATE 

Thomas Ruggles Gold (1812-13) b. Cornwall, Ct. Mar. 25, 1787; 
Yale 1806; d. Dec. 30, 1829. 



44 ALUMNI 1816 



RESIDENT LICENTIATE 



Eleazer Lord (1812-15) b. Franklin, Ct. Sept. 9, 1788; P.A.; lie. by 
Haverhill Assoc. Salem, N.H. Apr. 15, 1812; res. N.Y. City 1815- 
36; Piermont, N.Y. from 1836; banker, writer, philanthropist; 
trustee N.Y. Univ.; director Princ. Sem.; d. Piermont June 3, 
1871. A.M. hon. Dart. 1821, Wms. 1827; LL.D. N.Y. Univ. 1866. 



1816 

GRADUATES 

David Lathrop Hunn b. Colerain, Mass. Nov. 5, 1789; Yale 1813 
preached in Greenfield, Mass. 1816-17, organizing Second ch. 
ord. Feb. 25, 1818; p. Sandwich 1817-30; Vernon, Ct. 1830-32 
Second ch. South Windsor 1832-35; Somerset, N.Y. 1835-37 
North Hadley, Mass. 1838-40; (Presb.) Lenox, N.Y. 1841-44 
w.c. Rochester 1844-58 and 1872-82; Buffalo 1858-63; Angelica 
1863-72; Buffalo from 1882; d. Jan. 29, 1888. 

Lavius Hyde b. Franklin^ Ct. Jan. 29, 1789; Wms. 1813; ord. Mar. 
18, 1818; p. Salisbury, Ct. 1818-22; h.m. Monroe Co. N.Y. 1822 
p. Bolton, Ct. 1823-30; Ellington, 1830-35; Wayland, Mass. 1835- 
40; Becket 1841-49; Bolton, Ct. 1849-60; w.c. Vernon from 1860 
trustee Theol. Inst. Ct. ; d. Apr. 3, 1865. 

William Kimball b. Jan. 4, 1789; from Hanover, N,H.; Yale 1813 
res. in the South ; d. 1822. 

Alexander Lovell b. West Boylston, Mass. Feb. 1, 1787; Dart. 1813 
ord. Oct. 22, 1817; p. Vergennes, Vt. 1817-35; Phillipston, Mass 
1835-44; w.c. Westboro, and Nashua, N.H. from 1845; d. July 2 
1855. 

John Nichols b. Antrim, N.H. June 20, 1790; Dart. 1813; ord. Park 
St. ch. Boston Sept. 3, 1817; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India from 1817; 
d. Bombay Dec. 9, 1824. 

Henry Robinson b. Guilford, Ct. Dec. 20, 1788; Yale 1811; tutor 
Bowd. 1816-17; ord. Apr. 30, 1823; p. Litchfield South Farms 
(now Morris), Ct. 1823-29; Suffield 1831-37; North Killingly 
(now East Putnam) 1838-45; Plainfield 1847-56; w.c. Guilford 
from 1856; d. Sept. 14, 1878. 

Thomas Shepard b. Norton, Mass. May 7, 1792; Brown 1813; h.m. 
Ga. 1816-18; agt Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Hartford, Ct. 1818- 
19; ord. June 16, 1819; p. Ashfield, Mass. 1819-33; agt Amer. 
Bible Soc. 1833-35; p. Bristol, R.I. from 1835; d. Oct. 5, 1879. 
D.D. Brown 1853. 

Hart Talcott b. Bolton, Ct. Nov. 8, 1787; Dart. 1812; ord. May 11, 
1817; p. Clinton, Ct. 1817-24; Warren from 1825; d. Mar. 28, 
1836. 



ALUMNI 1816 45 

Calvin Yale b. Lenox, Mass. Oct. 7, 1789; Union 1812; a.p. Lynn, 
Mass. 1816-17; ord. Oct. 15, 1817; p. Charlotte, Vt. 1817-33; 
teacher Kingsboro, N.Y. 1833-36; Martinsburg 1836-38, also p. 
(Presb.) 1836-41; teacher Watertown 1841-43, also p. Brown- 
ville; res. Martinsburg from 1843, laboring in various churches 
until 1865; d. Aug. 17, 1882. 

NON-CRADUATES 

Solomon Metcalf Allen (1813-14) b. Pittsfield, Mass. Feb. 18, 1789; 
Midd. 1813, tutor 1814-17 and prof. Greek and Latin 1817; d. 
Middlebury, Vt. Sept. 23, 1817. 

Joseph Raphael Andrus (1813-14) b. Cornwall, Vt. Apr. 3, 1791; 
Midd. 1812; res. grad. Yale 1812-13; studied with Bishop Gris- 
wold, R.I. 1815-16; ord. (Epis.) deacon June 19, 1816; priest 
Apr. 22, 1817; St. Michael's ch. Marblehead, Mass. and in 
Northern Vt. 1816-17; in Va. 1817-21; agt Amer. Col'n Soe. 
Africa 1821; d. Sierra Leone July 28, 1821. 

Elam Calhoun Clarke (1813-14) b. Easthampton, Mass. Feb. 4, 
1789; Wms. 1812; ord. Apr. 13, 1824; p. Richmond St. ch. Prov- 
idence, R.I. 1824-25; preached in various places 1825-31; prin. 
acad. Greenwich, Ct. 1831-35; d. Suffield Feb. 19, 1837. 

Nehemiah Cleveland (1813-14) b. Topsfield, Mass. Aug. 16, 1796 
Bowd. 1813; teacher Topsfield, Dedham, Wrentham, Mass., Gor- 
ham (Acad.) and Portland, Me. 1814-17; tutor Bowd. 1817-20 
prin. Dummer Acad. Byfield, Mass. 1821-40; prof. Anc. Lang 
Phillips Exeter Acad. 1840^1; prin. High Sch. Lowell, Mass 
1841; prin. young ladies' sch. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1842-50; res. after 
N.Y. City, Topsfield, Mass. and Westport, Ct.; d. Apr. 17, 1877, 
LL.D. Bowd. 1869. 

Nathan Douglas (1813-15) b. New London, Ct. Jan. 30, 1787; Midd. 
1813; ord. Nov. 6, 1816; p. Alfred, Me. 1816-27; St. Albans 1829- 
46; h.m. Me. from 1846; d. Bangor Dec. 16, 1866. 

Nathaniel Hewit (1813-14) b. New London, Ct. Aug. 28, 1788; Yale 
1808; ord. July 5, 1815; p. (Presb.) Plattsburg, N.Y. 1815-17; 
(Cong.) Fairfield, Ct. 1818-27; agt Amer. Temp. Soc. res. Andover 
1827-30; p. Second Cong. ch. Bridgeport, Ct. 1830-53 and Presb. 
ch. from 1853; trustee Theol. Inst. Ct.; d. Feb. 10, 1867. D.D. 
Amh. 1830. 

Sylvester Larned (1813-14) b. Pittsfield, Mass. Aug. 31, 1796; 
Wms.; Midd. 1813; teacher Pittsfield 1814; Princ. Sem. 1817; 
ord. July 15, 1817; p. First Presb. ch. New Orleans, La. from 
1818; d. Aug. 31, 1820. 

Hiram Foot Mather (1813-15) b. Colchester, Ct. Feb. 13, 1796; Yale 
1813; lawyer Elbridge, N.Y. 1819-44; Niles, Mich. 1844-53; 
Chicago from 1853; senator, N.Y.; d. July 14, 1868. 



46 ALUMNI 1817 

John McKeen (1813-14) b. Beverly, Mass. Dec. 21, 1789; Bowd. 
1811; res. Brunswick, Me. from 1814; in mercantile and legal 
business; town officer; postmaster; overseer Bowd.; d. Dec. 2, 
1861. 

William Perrin (1813-14) b. Berlin, Vt. Apr. 25, 1792; Midd. 1812; 
prin. acad. Tyngsboro, Mass.; ord.; h.m. Vt., N.Y. and Pa.; p. 
Christ ch. Parish (Cong.) S.C. 1819-21; d, Berlin, Vt. Feb. 9, 1824. 

Alfred Wright (1813-14) b. Columbia, Ct. Mar. 1,1788; Wms. 1812; 
teacher acad. Hadley, Mass. 1812; tutor Wms. 1814—15; prin. fern, 
acad. Raleigh, N.C. 1817-19; ord. by S.C. Cong. Assoc. Charles- 
ton Dec. 17, 1819; h.m. N.C. 1819; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Choc- 
taws from 1819 ; d. Wheelock, Ark. Mar. 31, 1853. 



1817 

GRADUATES 

Samuel Clark Aiken b. Windham, Vt. Sept. 21, 1790; Midd. 1814; 
ord. Feb. 3, 1818; p. First Presb. ch. Utica, N.Y. 1818-35; First 
Presb. ch. Cleveland, 0. 1835-58 and w.c. from 1858; d. Jan. 1, 
1879. D.D. Midd. 1842. 

Elihu Whittlesey Baldwin b. Durham, N.Y. Dec. 25, 1789; Yale 
1812; ord. (Presb.) Londonderry, N.H. Sept. 10, 1817; city miss'y 
N.Y. City 1817-20 and p. Seventh Presb. ch. 1820-35; pres. 
Wabash from 1835; d. Crawfordsville, Ind. Oct. 15, 1840. D.D. 
Hanover Coll. 1837, Ind. Coll. 1839. 

Ebenezer Bowditch Caldwell b. Salem, Mass. Mar. 14, 1792; Dart. 
1814; ord. July 10. 1818; p. Indep. Cong. ch. Waynesboro, Ga. 
from 1818; d. Bath Aug. 6, 1819. 

Gteorge Albion Calhoun b. Washington, Ct. Oct. 11, 1788; Ham. 
1814: h.m. Ontario Co. N.Y. 1817-18; ord. May 10, 1819; p. North 
Coventry, Ct. from 1819; trustee Theol. Inst. Ct.; d. June 7, 1867. 
D.D. Ham. 1852. 

Irah Chase b. Stratton. Vt. Oct. 5, 1793; Univ. Vt, 1810-11; Midd. 
1814; ord. (Bapt.) Danvers, Mass. Sept. 17, 1817; h.m. Va. 1817- 
18; prof. T mg. and Bib. Lit. Columbian Coll. D.C. 1818-25; prof. 
Bib. Theol. and Eccl. Hist. Newton Sem. 1825^5; res. Newton, 
Mass. from 1845; d. Nov. 1, 1864. D.D. Waterville 1830. 

William Ely b. North Killingworth, Ct. June 27, 1792; Yale 1813; 
ord. Mar. 18, 1818; p. Vernon 1818-22; North Mansfield 1825^1; 
w.c. fr^-u 1841; d. Worcester, Mass. Nov. 20, 1850. 

Noah Emerson b. New Ipswich. N.H. Oct. 4, 1787; Midd. 1814; ord. 
Woodstock. Vt. Nov. 6, 1822; h.m. Me., Vt., Mass. and Ga.; p. 
Baldwin. Me. 1825-50; w.c. Hollis, N.H. 1850-60; miss'y to 
Indians, Shinnecock Res'n, Long Island 1860; d. July 8, 1860. 



ALUMNI 1817 47 

Joel Hawes b. Medway, Mass. Dec. 22, 1789; Brown 1813; teacher 
P. A. 1814-17; ord. Mar. 4, 1818; p. First ch. Hartford, Ct. from 
1818; d. Gilead June 5, 1867. D.D. Brown 1831. 

Willard Holbrook b. Uxbridge, Mass. Apr. 7, 1792; Brown 1814; 
h.m. N.H. 1817-18; ord. July 22, 1818; p. Rowley, Mass. 1818-40: 
Millville, Mendon (now Blackstone) 1841-50; Linebrook, Ipswich 
1851-54; w.c. Rowley from 1854; d. Feb. 7, 1860. 

Edward William Hooker b. Goshen, Ct. Nov. 24, 1794; Midd. 1814; 
res. lie. 1818; ord. Aug. 15, 1821; p. Green's Farms, Westport, 
Ct. 1821-29 ; agt Amer. Temp. Soc. and ed. Journal of Humanity, 
Andover, Mass. 1829-30; p. Bennington, Vt. 1832^4; prof. Rhet. 
and Eccl. Hist. Theol. Inst. Ct. 1844-48; p. First ch. South Wind- 
sor 1849-56; Fair Haven, Vt. 1856-62; trustee Midd.; w.c. New- 
buryport and Stockbridge, Mass. and Fort Atkinson, Wis. from 
1862; d. Mar. 31, 1875. D.D. Wms. 1840. . 

Jonathan McGee b. Colerain, Mass. Oct. 5, 1789; Wms. 1814; ord. 
Jan. 13, 1819; p. Brattleboro, Vt. 1819-34; First ch. Nashua, N.H. 
1835-42; Francestown 1843-50; Greenfield 1851-59; w.c. Nashua 
from 1859 ; d. Aug. 3, 1876. 

Richard Cary Morse b. Charlestown, Mass. June 18, 1795; PA.; 
Yale 1812; a.p. Presb. ch. St. John's Island, S.C. 1817-18; res. 
lie. 1818 and 1822 ; associated with his father, Rev. Jedidiah Morse, 
in editing Universal Gazetteer; with his brother, Sidney E. Morse, 
class of 1820, in founding N.Y. Observer, and assoc. ed. and 
prop'r 1823-58; res. N.Y. City 1858-63; New Haven, Ct. from 
1863; d. Kissingen, Bavaria Sept. 22, 1868. 

John Luke Parkhurst b. Framingham, Mass. Sept. 7, 1789; Brown 
1812; prin. Amherst (Mass.) Acad. 1817-19; Kimball Union 
Acad. Meriden, N.H. 1819-21; Gilmanton Acad. 1821-25 and 
1827-32; teacher monitorial sch. Wiscasset, Me. 1825-26; ed. 
Christian Mirror Portland 1826, and teacher 1832-34; Standish 
1834-43; author of text-books; res. Gorham from 1843; d. May 
20, 1850. 

Levi Parsons b. Goshen, Mass. July 18, 1792; Midd. 1814; h.m. Vt. 
1817; ord. Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 3, 1817; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Syria from 1817 ; d. Alexandria, Egypt, Feb. 10, It \2. 

Otis Rockwood b. Chesterfield, N.H. May 1, 1791; Midd. 1813; ord. 
July 1, 1818; p. First ch. Lynn, Mass. 1818-32; Woodstock, Ct. 
1834-43; w.c. Cambridge, Mass. from 1843; d. Dec. 30, 1861. 

Jesse Stratton b. Athol, Mass. Jan. 1, 1789; Wms. 1814;..ord. Wood- 
bridge, Ct. Dec. 12, 1821; h.m. Va.; Madison, Ga. 1830-36; 
Bethesda, Miss. 1836; Strongoli 1837; Panola 1840; DeKalb 1846; 
Mt. Auburn 1849-51; Chesterfield, La. 1852-55; w.c. Winnsboro 
from 1855; d. Mar. 9, 1870. 



48 ALUMNI 1818 

Hutchins Taylor b. Tyringham (now Monterey), Mass. Aug. 7, 1791; 
Wms. 1814; ord. (Presb.) Londonderry, N.H. Sept. 10, 1817; h.m 
Pa.; p. Salina, N.Y. 1822-26 and 1836-39; Camillus 1827-29; 
Canaan Centre 1830-33; Ulysses 1839-44; (Cong.) Joliet, 111. 
1844-48; Udina 1848-49; Newark, Wis. and Shirland, 111. 1849- 
52; w.c. Rockton 1852-58; Belvidere from 1858; d. Aug. 31, 1868. 

Carlos Wilcox b. Newport, N.H. Oct. 22, 1794; Midd. 1813; a.p. 
First ch. New Haven, Ct. 1823; ord. Dec. 1, 1824; p. North eh. 
Hartford 1824-26; d. Danbury May 29, 1827. 

Moses Eaton Wilson b. Francestown, N.H. Aug. 19, 1786; Midd. 
1814; ord. by Berkshire (Mass.) Miss'y Soc. 1817; h.m. 0., 111. 
and St. Louis, Mo. from 1817; d. Mar. 5, 1822. 

Ebenezer Burt Wright b. Westhampton, Mass. Apr. 12, 1795; Wms. 
1814; ord. Dec. 8, 1819; p. First ch. Ludlow 1819-33; South Wil- 
braham 1833-35; First ch. Chicopee 1835-39; Norwich (now 
Huntington) 1839-48; Second ch. Ludlow 1851-54; chap. State 
Almshouse, Monson 1854r-59 and 1860-64; w.c. Huntington from 
1864; d. Aug. 19, 1871. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Alexander Metcalf Fisher (1814-15) b. Franklin, Mass. July 22, 
1794; Yale 1813, tutor 1815-17, prof. Math, and Nat. Phil, from 
1817; lost by wreck of ship Albion on the Irish coast, Apr. 22, 
1822. 

Otto Smith Hoyt (1814r-15) b. New Haven, Vt. May 22, 1793; Midd. 
1813 and tutor 1815-16; Princ. Sem. 1817; ord. Sept. 30, 1818; 
p. Hinesburg, Vt. 1818-29 and 1838-54; teacher 1829-32; agt 
Amer. Educ. Soc. 1832-37; teacher New Haven 1854-57 and res. 
there after; trustee Univ. Vt. and Midd.; d. Nov. 13, 1869. 

Ebenezer Perkins (1814-15) b. Topsfield, Mass. July 4, 1794; Dart. 
1814; ord. Feb. 16, 1819; p. Royalston, Mass. 1819-^6 and w.c. 
from 1846; d. Nov. 26, 1861. 

Philanthropos Perry (1814-15) b. Buffalo, N.Y. Aug. 1793; Midd. 
1814; d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, May 26, 1815. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATE 

Eleazer Thompson Fitch (1815-17) Abbot Resident. Class of 1815. 



1818 

GRADUATES 

Amzi Benedict b. New Canaan, Ct. May 19, 1791; ord. (Presb.) 
Newbury, Mass. Sept. 24, 1818; res. lie. 1820; in h.m. service and 
teaching 1818-24; p. (Cong.) Vernon, Ct. 1824-30; Pomfret 1831- 



ALUMNI 1818 49 

34; Manlius, N.Y. 1837-41; prin. fern. acad. New Haven, Ct. ; p. 
Norwich 1845-46; Yorktown, N.Y. from 1855; d. from railway 
accident, Brooklyn, N.Y. Nov. 17, 1856. 

Dan Blodgett b. Randolph, Vt. Mar. 2, 1788; Dart. 1815; ord. Wil- 
liamstown, Vt. Oct. 12, 1825; h.m. 1825-30; p. Vershire 1831-32; 
West Fairlee 1833-40, also Post Mills, Thetford 1833-35; agt Vt. 
Bible Soc. 1841-42 ; w.c. Randolph from 1842 ; d. Apr. 16, 1855. 

William James Boardman b. Dalton, Mass. Mar. 28, 1794; Wms. 
1815; ord. Sept. 20, 1820; p. North Haven, Ct. 1820-33; North- 
ford from 1835; d. Oct. 1, 1849. 

Alvan Bond b. Sutton, Mass. Apr. 27, 1793; Brown 1815; ord. Nov. 
30, 1819; p. Sturbridge, Mass. 1819-31; prof. Sac. Lit. Bangor 
Sem. 1831-35; p. Second ch. Norwich, Ct. 1835-64 and w.c. from 
1864; d. July 19, 1882. 

Samuel Williams Brace b. Rutland, Vt. May 1, 1791; Ham. 1815; 
a.p. Bridgewater, N.Y. 1818-19; ord. Nov. 11, 1819; p. (Presb.) 
Phelps 1819-24; Bleecker St. ch. Utica 1824-28; Skaneateles 1828- 
43; (Cong.) Binghamton 1844-46; Bridgewater, Paris Hill, San- 
gerfield and Norwich Corners 1846-56; agt Amer. Col'n Soc. 
Utica 1855-72 and w.c. from 1872; d. Aug. 16, 1878. 

Amos Wood Burnham b. Dunbarton, N.H. Aug. 1, 1791 ; Dart. 1815 ; 
teacher PA. 1817-18; prin. Blanchard Acad. Pembroke, N.H. 
1819; ord. Nov. 14, 1821; p. Rindge 1821-67 and w.c. 1867-69; 
Keene from 1869 ; d. Apr. 9, 1871. 

Pliny Fisk b. Shelburne, Mass. June 24, 1792; Midd. 1814; ord. Tab- 
ernacle ch. Salem, Mass. Nov. 4, 1818 ; h.m. Wilmington, Vt. 1818 ; 
miss'y tour in South 1818-19; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Syria from 
1819; d. Beirut Oct. 23, 1825. 

Caleb Hobart b. Braintree, Mass. Feb. 20, 1794; Dart. 1815; h.m. 
Me. 1818-23; ord. Dec. 3, 1823; p. Second ch. North Yarmouth 
from 1823; d. Dec. 9, 1859. 

Alpha Miller b. Winsted, Ct. Jan. 18, 1792; Ham. 1815; h.m. N.Y. 
and Pa. 1818-19; ord. Oct. 20, 1819; p. Bridgewater, N.Y. 1819- 
29; Andover, Ct. 1829-52; Grassy Hill, Lyme 1853-63; w.c. 
Andover from 1863; d. Mar. 29, 1867. 

Thomas Jewett Murdock b. Norwich, Vt. Nov. 27, 1790; Dart. 1812 
and tutor 1813-16; res. lie. 1819; ord. Sept. 29, 1819; p. Portland, 
Me. 1819-21; Canterbury, Ct. from 1821; d. Dec. 15, 1826. 

Alonzo Phillips b. Bradford, Mass. Sept. 1, 1792; Midd. 1815; ord. 
June 7, 1820; p. Princeton, Mass. 1820-35 and w.c. from 1835; 
d. Newburyport Apr. 24, 1838. 

Charles Stebbins Robinson b. Granville, Mass. May 29, 1791; Wms. 
1814; ord. (Presb.) Newbury Sept. 24, 1818; p. and h.m. St. 
Charles, Mo. from 1818; d. Sept. 25, 1828. 



50 ALUMNI 1818 

Franklin Sherrill b. Richmond, Mass. Aug. 2, 1795; Wms. 1815; 
tutor Midd. 1818-20; prin. Westfield (Mass.) Acad.; prin. acad. 
Homer, N.Y. ; teacher Madison, and perhaps elsewhere; d. Apr. 
10, 1850. 

Levi Spaulding b. Jaffrey, N.H. Aug. 22, 1791; Dart. 1815; ord. 
Tabernacle ch. Salem, Mass. Nov. 4, 1818; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Ceylon from 1818; d. June 18, 1873. D.D. Dart. 1864. 

David Tenney b. Bradford, Mass. Jan. 14, 1787; Harv. 1815; ord. 
(Presb.) Newbury Sept. 24, 1818; h.m. 111.; d. Shoal Creek Oct. 
21, 1819. 

John Bliss Warren b. Wilbraham (now Hampden), Mass. May 20, 
1794; Brown 1815; res. lie. 1819; h.m. Ala. 1819-23; ord. (Presb.) 
Dec. 1823 ; p. Protestant ch. Mobile 1824-26 ; teaching and preach- 
ing Mobile 1826-29 and p. Presb. ch. 1829-30; teacher and 
preacher, res. New Orleans, La. 1830^11; ed. New Orleans Prot- 
estant from 1841; d. 1844. 

Miron Winslow b. Williston, Vt. Dec. 11, 1789; Midd. 1815; teacher 
P.A. 1816; ord. Tabernacle ch. Salem, Mass. Nov. 4, 1818; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Ceylon 1818-33; Madras from 1836; pres. Madras 
Coll.; compiler Tamil-English lexicon and translator of Bible; 
d. Cape of Good Hope Oct. 22, 1864. A.M. hon. Yale 1818; D.D. 
Harv. 1858; LL.D. Midd. 1864. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Jasper Adams (1815-16) b. Medway, Mass. Aug. 27, 1793; Brown 
1815; teacher P.A. 1815-18; tutor Brown 1818-19; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon Sept. 2, 1819; priest Aug. 4, 1820; prof. Math, and Nat. 
Phil. Brown 1819-24; pres. Charleston (S.C.) Coll. 1824-26 and 
1828-36; pres. Geneva (now Hobart) Coll. 1826-28; chap, and 
prof. Geog., Hist, and Ethics, U.S. Mil. Acad. West Point 1838- 
40; prin. sem. Pendleton, S.C. from 1840; d. Oct. 25, 1841. D.D. 
Columb. 1827. 

Rufus William Bailey (1815-16) b. North Yarmouth, Me. Apr. 13, 
1793; Dart. 1813; teacher Salisbury, N.H. 1813-14; stud, law with 
Daniel Webster, Portsmouth 1814-15; tutor Dart. 1817-18; ord. 
Nov. 24, 1819; p. Norwich, Vt. and prof. Mor. Phil., Mil. Acad. 
1819-23; p. Pittsfield, Mass. 1824-27; teacher S.C. 1827-39; Fay- 
etteville, N.C. 1839-42; Staunton, Va. 1842-48; agt Amer. Col'n 
Soc. Va. 1848-54; prof. Lang. Austin Coll. Huntsville, Tex. 1854- 
56 and pres. from 1858; d. Apr. 25, 1863. 

Silas Smith Chipman (1815-16) b. Shoreham, Vt. Jan. 18, 1793; 
Midd. 1815 ; teacher Boston 1815 ; d. Shoreham Jan. 9, 1817. 

Isaac Chapin Day (1815-17) b. Springfield, Mass. June 27, 1788; d. 
Andover, while a member of Seminary, May 5, 1817. 



ALUMNI 1818 51 

Alfred Finney (1815-16) b. Plymouth, Vt. Mar. 27, 1790; Dart. 1815; 
ord. Braintree, Vt. Nov. 4, 1818; h.m. 1818-19; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
to Cherokees from 1819 ; d. Salisas, Ark. June 13, 1829. 

Horatio Gridley (1815-16) b. Berlin, Ct. Sept. 10, 1792; Yale 1815; 
physician Berlin; res. Hartford from 1852; senator; d. Nov. 9, 
1864. M.D. Yale 1833. 

Albert Hyde (1815-16) res. stu. b. Franklin, Ct. Dec. 24, 1800; P.A.; 
farmer and miller Franklin and Scotland ; Allison, Io. from 1882 ; 
d. Sept. 10, 1886. 

Alvan Hyde (1815-16) b. Lee, Mass. June 18, 1794; Wms. 1815; 
ord. Sept. 1, 1819; p. (Presb.) Madison, O. and h.m. Northern 0. 
from 1819 ; d. Lee, Mass. Aug. 12, 1824. 

Reuel Keith (1816) b. Pittsford, Vt. June 26, 1792; Midd. 1814 and 
tutor 1816-17; ord. (Epis.) deacon May 10, 1817; priest May 24, 
1818; asst min. St. John's ch. Georgetown, D.C. 1817-19 and r. 
Christ ch. 1819-20; prof. Humanities and Hist., Wm. and Mary, 
and r. Bruton Parish Williamsburg, Va. 1820-22; prof. Pulpit 
Eloq. and Past'l Theol. Va. Epis. Sem. 1827-40; d. Sheldon, Vt. 
Sept. 3, 1842. D.D. Midd. 1827. 

Elisha Mitchell (1815-16) b. Washington, Ct. Aug. 19, 1793; Yale 
1813 and tutor 1816-18; ord. (Presb.) Hillsboro, N.C. Aug. 1821; 
prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Univ. N.C. 1818-25 and prof. Chem. 
Min. and Geol. from 1825; d. Black Mountain June 27, 1857. 
D.D. Univ. Ala. 1838. 

David Longworth Ogden (1815-17) b. Hartford, Ct. Oct. 6, 1792; 
Yale 1814; ord. Oct. 31, 1821; p. Southington 1821-36; (Presb.) 
Whitestown, N.Y. 1836^4; (Cong.) Marlboro, Mass. 1848-50; 
w.c. New Haven, Ct. from 1850; d. Oct. 31, 1863. 

Ludovicus Robbins (1815-16) b. Mansfield, Ct. Feb. 10, 1789; Midd. 
1815; ord. Apr. 26, 1820; p. Farmington (now Avon), Ct. 1820- 
22; h.m. Va. and O.; p. Sparta, N.Y. 1830-33; Eden and West 
Evans 1833-36; w.c. Mich, from 1836; d. Algansee Aug. 4, 1850. 

Nathan Shaw (1815-16) res. stu. b. Abington, Mass. June 3, 1788; 
Wms. 1814; h.m. Berkshire Co.; ord. Mar. 8 f 1820; p. West Stock- 
bridge 1820-22; Curtisville, Stockbridge 1827-31; in business 
West Stockbridge from 1831; d. Sept. 26, 1872. 

Constant Southworth (1815-16) res. stu. b. South Kingston, R.I. 
May 30, 1794;- Midd. 1815; Princ. Sem. 1816-17; agt Bangor 
Sem. 1818-19; ord.; p. Canton, N.Y. 1820-26; afterward colp'r 
and Bible distributer, O., Can. and Ind.; d. Williams Centre, 0. 
Dec. 10, 1870. A.M. hon. Univ. Vt. 1818. 

Ebenezer Washburn (1815-16) b. Bridgewater, Mass. Dec. 21, 1788; 
Midd. 1815; ord. Lee, Mass. Dec. 11, 1816; h.m. O.; p. (Presb.) 
Blendon 1817-59, and prof. Math. Central Coll. 1842-57; prof. 
• emer. and w.c. after; d. Mar. 8, 1873. 



52 ALUMNI 1819 

Leonard Withington (1815-16) res. stu. b. Dorchester, Mass. Aug. 9, 
1789; PA.; Yale 1814; stud, divinity with Pres. Dwight, New 
Haven; ord. Oct. 31, 1816; p. First ch. Newbury, Mass. 1816-59 
and emer. from 1859 ; d. Apr. 22, 1885. D.D. Bowd. 1850. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Edward William Hooker Class of 1817. 
Richard Cary Morse Class of 1817. 



1819 

GRADUATES 

Reynolds Bascom b. Chester, Mass. Nov. 26, 1794; Wms. 1813 and 
tutor 1815-17; miss'y tour in South 1820-21; ord. by S.C. Cong. 
Assoc. Charleston, Jan. 3, 1821; city miss'y 1821-26; prin. acad. 
and p. (Presb.) Camden from 1826; d. Oct. 6, 1827. 

Hiram Bingham b. Bennington, Vt. Oct. 30, 1789; Midd. 1816; ord. 
Goshen, Ct. (with his classmate, Asa Thurston, the first mission- 
aries to Hawaiian Islands) Sept. 29, 1819; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
1819-41 and p. First ch. Honolulu; p. Chester, Mass. 1848-50; 
teacher young ladies' sem. New Haven, Ct., p. Temple St. ch. 
1858-60 and w.c. from 1860; d. Nov. 11, 1869. 

Cyrus Byington b. Stockbridge, Mass. Mar. 11, 1793; agt A.B.C.F.M. 
1819-20; ord. Oxford, O. Oct. 4, 1827; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to 
Choctaws from 1820; d. Belpre, 0. Dec. 31, 1868. 

Rodney Gove Dennis b. New Boston, N.H. Apr. 17, 1791; Bowd. 
1816; a.p. Brunswick, Me. 1819-20; h.m. Me. 1820; ord. Oct. 4, 
1820; p. Topsfield, Mass. 1820-29; Somers, Ct. 1830-39; agt 
Amer. Educ. Soc. 1839-40 ; w.c. Grafton, Mass. 1843-61 and South- 
boro from 1861 (but sup. Darien, Ga. 1855-56; Hillsboro, N.H. 
1858-59; Squan Village, N.J. 1859-60); d. Southboro Sept. 29, 
1865. 

Orville Dewey b. Sheffield, Mass. Mar. 28, 1794; Wms. 1814; ord. 
Dec. 17, 1823; p. (Unit.) New Bedford 1823-33; Second ch. 
(afterwards ch. of Messiah) N.Y. City 1835-^8; New South ch. 
Boston 1857-61; w.c. Sheffield from 1861; d. Mar. 21, 1882. D.D. 
Harv. 1839. 

Luther Fraseur Dimmick b. Shaftsbury, Vt. Nov. 15, 1790; Ham. 
1816; ord. Dec. 8, 1819; p. North ch. Newburyport, Mass. from 
1819 ; trustee PA. (and And. Sem.) ; d. May 16, 1860. D.D. Ham. 
1848. 

Louis Dwight b. Stockbridge, Mass. Mar. 25, 1793; Yale 1813; agt 
Amer. Tract Soc. 1819-21; res. lie. 1822; ord. Salem, Mass. Nov. 
27, 1822; agt Amer. Educ. Soc. 1821-24; sec. Prison Discipline 
Soc. Boston from 1825; d. July 12, 1854. 



ALUMNI 1819 53 

Daniel Hemenway b. Bridport, Vt. July 15, 1791; Midd. 1815 and 
tutor 1817-18; ord. Aug. 29, 1821; p. Wareham, Mass. 1821-28; 
teacher fern. sem. Norwich, Ct. 1828-31; agt A.B.C.F.M. 1831- 
32; p. East Granby 1832^2; teacher family school Suffield 1842- 
61; res. Suffield from 1861; d. Feb. 11, 1871. 

Hezekiah Hull b. Aug. 20, 1796; from New Haven, Ct.; Yale 1814; 
ord. West Hartford Oct. 13, 1819; h.m. and prin. aead. Mont- 
gomery, 0. 1819-20; agt Miss'y Soc. in Miss. 1820; h.m. and 
teacher Alexandria, La. from 1821; d. Aug. 3, 1823. 

William Poole Kendrick b. Hollis, N.H. June 27, 1790; Harv. 1816; 
h.m. N.E. 1819-23; ord. Hollis Dec. 3, 1823; h.m. p. of various 
churches, N.Y. 1824-42; w.c. Parma 1842^5; 111. from 1846; d. 
Bristol Nov. 5, 1854. 

Jonas King b. Hawley, Mass. July 29, 1792; Wms. 1816; -ord. by 
S.C. Cong. Assoc. Charleston Dec. 17, 1819; miss'y among sea- 
men and negroes, Charleston 1819-20; res. lie. 1821; prof, elect 
Oriental Lit. Amh., and studied Arabic in Paris 1821-22 but 
never filled the position; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. (with Pliny Fisk, 
class of 1818) Jerusalem 1822-25; Greece from 1828; acting U.S. 
Consul Athens 1851-58; estab. normal school, leading to organ- 
ization of free school system in Greece; author and translator; 
d. Athens May 22, 1869. 

Abner Morse b. Medway, Mass. Sept. 5, 1793; Brown 1816; teacher 
PA. 1816-19; ord. Dec. 16, 1819; p. Nantucket, Mass. 1819-22; 
(Presb.) Sennett, N.Y. 1827-28; res. Hartford, O., Bound Brook 
and Chester, N.J. ; p. South Bend, Ind. 1841^16; res. Boston and 
vicinity, after; engaged in genealogical researches and compila- 
tions; d. Sharon, Mass. May 16, 1865. 

Henry Jones Ripley b. Boston June 28, 1798; Harv. 1816; ord. 
(Bapt.) Boston Nov. 7, 1819; h.m. p. North Newport, Liberty Co. 
Ga. 1819-26, except p. Eastport, Me. 1820-21; prof. Bib. Lit., 
Past'l Duties and Sac. Rhet. Newton Sem. 1826-60 and librarian 
1866-75; lit. work Newton 1860-65; instructor of freedmen 
preachers Savannah, Ga. 1865-66; d. Newton, Mass. May 21, 
1875. D.D. Univ. Ala. 1844, Harv. 1845. 

Joseph Sawyer b. Wendell, Mass. July 5, 1792; Wms. 1813; teacher 
PA. 1816-18; ord. p. Leverett Oct. 30, 1822; d. Dec. 14, 1822. 

Worthington Smith b. Hadley, Mass. Oct. 11, 1795; Wms. 1816; ord. 
June 4, 1823 ; p. St. Albans, Vt. 1823-49 ; pres. Univ. Vt. 1849- 
55; res. St. Albans from 1855; d. Feb. 13, 1856. D.D. Univ. Vt. 
1845. 

Asa Thurston b. Fitchburg, Mass. Oct. 12, 1787; Yale 1816; ord. 
Goshen, Ct. Sept. 29, 1819; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. (with his class- 
mate Hiram Bingham) Hawaiian Islands from 1819; instructor 
of two native kings and translator of the Bible; d. Honolulu 
Mar. 11, 1868. 



54 ALUMNI 1819 

Joseph Torrey b. Rowley, Mass. Feb. 2, 1797; Dart. 1816; ord. Aug. 
25, 1824; p. Royalton, Vt. 1824-27; prof. Latin and Greek Univ. 
Vt. 1827-42, prof. Intell. and Mor. Phil. 1842-67 and pres. 1862- 
66; d. Burlington, Vt. Nov. 26, 1867. D.D. Harv. 1850. 

Aaron Warner b. Northampton, Mass. Oct. 20, 1794; Wms. 1815; 
miss'y among seamen Charleston, S.C. 1819-23; ord. Salem, Mass. 
Sept. 25, 1823; p. Second ch. Medford 1824-32; prof. Sac. Rhet. 
Gilmanton (N.H.) Sem. 1835^3; prof. Rhet., Orat. and Eng. Lit. 
Amh. 1844-53; res. Amherst, Mass. after; d. May 14, 1876. D.D. 

Amh. 1860. 

* 

John Wheeler b. Grafton, Vt. Mar. 11, 1798; Dart. 1816; ord. Nov. 
1, 1821; p. Windsor, Vt. 1821-33; pres. Univ. Vt. 1833-49; res. 
Burlington after; d. Apr. 16, 1862. D.D. Union 1834. 

David Wilson b. Hebron, N.Y. Aug. 6, 1789; Midd. 1816; h.m. Vt. 
and NY.; ord. May 16, 1832; p. Rupert, Vt. 1826-44; Hebron, 
N.Y. 1844-46; w.c. Port Byron and Hebron from 1846; d. Feb. 9, 
1864. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Theodore Clapp (1816-17) b. Easthampton, Mass. Mar. 29, 1792; 
Yale 1814; ord. Easthampton Sept. 12, 1822; p. First Presb. ch. 
New Orleans, La. 1822-34 and Unit. ch. 1834-57; w.c. Louisville, 
Ky. from 1857; d. Apr. 17, 1866. 

William Cone (1816-17) b. East Haddam, Ct. Sept. 24, 1794; Yale 
1813; teacher PA. 1817-18; d. East Haddam Mar. 5, 1819. 

Charles Brickett Haddock (1816-18) b. Franklin, N.H. June 20, 
1796; Dart. 1816; ord. Windsor, Vt. Nov. 3, 1824; prof. Rhet. 
Dart. 1819-38 and prof. Intell. Phil, and Polit. Econ. 1838-54; 
representative, introducing common school system in N.H. and 
first school commissioner; U.S. charge d'affaires Portugal 1850- 
55; res. West Lebanon, supplying neighboring churches, from 
1855; d. Jan. 15, 1861. D.D. Bowd. 1843. 

Charles James Hinsdale (1816-18) b. N.Y. City Feb. 12, 1796; Yale 
1815; Princ. Sem. 1818-19; miss'y tour in South 1820-22; ord. 
Jan. 15, 1823; p. Meriden, Ct. 1823-33; Blandford, Mass. 1835- 
63 and w.c. from 1863; d. Oct. 17, 1871. 

James Kimball (1816-19) b. Fitchburg, Mass. Nov. 21, 1789; Yale 
1816; d. Fitchburg Jan. 24, 1821. 

Francis Wayland (1816-17) b. N.Y. City Mar. 11, 1796; Union 1813; 
stud. med. Troy, N.Y. 1813-16; tutor Union 1817-21; ord. Aug. 22, 
1821; p. First Bapt. ch. Boston 1821-26; prof. Math, and Nat. 
Phil. Union 1826; pres. Brown 1827-55; p. First Bapt. ch. Provi- 
dence, R.I. 1857-58; lit. work after; d. Sept. 30, 1865. D.D. 
Union 1827, Harv. 1829; LL.D. Harv. 1852. 



ALUMNI 1820 55 

Allen Porter White (1816-17) b. London, Eng. May 7, 1797; Dart. 
1816; went to Buenos Ayres in search of his father, a shipmaster, 
who had been imprisoned in a local revolution, and remained 
there with him; teacher; d. 1862. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Elias Cornelius b. Somers, N.Y. July 31, 1794; Yale 1813; stud, 
divinity with Pies. Dwight, New Haven, Ct. 1813-15 and Dr. 
Lyman Beecher, Litchfield 1815-16; ord. Apr. 9, 1817; agt A.B. 
C.F.M. making tour in South and visiting Cherokee Nation (also 
miss'y of Ct. Miss'y Soc. New Orleans, La.), 1816-18; p. Taber- 
nacle ch. Salem, Mass. 1819-26; sec. Amer. Educ. Soc. 1826-31, 
res. Andover; estab. Amer. Quarterly Review 1827; sec. A.B.C. 
F.M. from 1831 ; d. Hartford, Ct. Feb. 12, 1832. D.D. Dart. 1829. 

Loring Daniel Dewey b. Sheffield, Mass. July 28, 1791; Wms. 1814; 
stud, divinity with Dr. John Mason, N.Y. City; h.m. Western 
N.Y. ; res. N.Y. City ; teacher ; in business, also engaged in volun- 
tary mission work ; in "business London, Eng. from 1851 ; d. July 
31, 1867. 

Thomas Jewett Murdock Abbot Resident. Class of 1818. 

Robert Bridges Patton from Philadelphia; Midd. 1813-14; Yale 
1817; tutor Midd. 1817-18 and prof. Greek and Latin 1818-25; 
prof. Lang. N.J. Coll. 1825-29; prof. Greek N.Y. Univ. 1833-38; 
d. 1839. Ph.D. Gottingen 1821. 

John Bliss Warren Class of 1818. 



1820 

GRADUATES 

Horace Belknap b. Ellington, Ct. Dec. 10, 1791 ; Midd. 1816 ; teacher 
PA. 1819-20; ord. (Presb.) Bradford, Mass. Sept. 26, 1820; h.m. 
S.C. 1825-29; physician Freeport, 0. and Io. ; went to Cal. with 
early overland company and is said to have died there. 

Jonathan Bigelow b. Boylston, Mass. Apr. 5, 1793; Brown 1817; 
teacher PA. 1818-19; ord. July 11, 1821; p. Lubec, Me. 1821-26; 
Rochester, Mass. 1827-49; Euclid, O. from 1850; d. Jan. 26, 1854. 

Isaac Bird b. Salisbury, Ct. June 19, 1793; Yale 1816; agt A.B.C. 
F.M. 1820-22; ord. North Bridgewater (now Brockton), Mass. 
Oct. 31, 1821; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Syria 1822-36 and agt in U.S. 
1836-38; prof. Sac. Lit. Gilmanton (N.H.) Sem. 1838-45; teacher 
family school Hartford, Ct. 1846-69; res. Great Barrington, 
Mass. from 1869; d. June 12, 1876. 



56 ALUMNI 1820 

Elderkin Jedediah Boardman b. Norwich, Vt. June 1, 1791; Dart. 
1815;. ord. July 4, 1822; p. Bakersfield, Vt. 1822-26; Danville 
1827-33; Randolph 1834^42 and w.c. 1842-56; Marietta, lo. and 
Marshalltown from 1856; d. Mar. 21, 1864. 

John Boardman b. Newburyport, Mass. Nov. 8, 1785; P.A.; Dart. 
1817; ord. Feb. 28, 1821; p. West Boylston, Mass. 1821-34; East 
Douglass from 1835; d. Nov. 8, 1841. 

Joseph Brown b. Ashburnham (now Ashby), Mass. Sept.*8, 1789; 
Midd. 1817; ord. by S.C. Cong. Assoc. Charleston Jan. 3, 1821; 
miss'y among seamen Charleston 1821-29; agt, gen. agt and sec. 
Amer. Seamen's Friend Soc. N.Y. City from 1829; d. Sept. 15, 
1833. 

Willard Child b. Woodstock, Ct. Nov. 14, 1796; Yale 1817; prin. 
acad. Blue Hill, Me. 1820-23; a.p. Benson, Vt. 1825-26; ord. 
Apr. 25, 1827; p. Pittsford 1827-41; North Woodstock, Ct. 1841- 
42; Fifth Cong, (now Broadway) ch. Norwich 1842-45; First 
ch. Lowell, Mass. 1845-55; Castleton, Vt. 1855-64; First ch. 
North Brookfield, Mass. 1865-66; First ch. Crown Point, N.Y. 
1866-73 and w.c. from 1873; trustee P. A. (and And. Sem.), and 
Midd.; d. Mooers Nov. 13, 1877. A.M. hon. Midd. 1831; D.D. 
Univ. Vt. 1848. 

Dorus Clarke b. Westhampton, Mass. Jan. 2, 1797; Wms. 1817; 
ord. Feb. 5, 1823; p. Blandford 1823-35; Fourth ch. Springfield 
(Chicopee Falls) 1835-40; ed. N.E. Puritan 1841^5; Christian 
Parlor Magazine 1845-47; Christian Times 1845-51; res. Wal- 
tham and Boston; d. Mar. 8, 1884. D.D. Wms. 1868. 

Dana Clayes b. Framingham, Mass. Oct. 3, 1792; Midd. 1815; ord. 
July 4, 1821; p. Meriden, N.H. 1821-37; Mariner's ch. Portland, 
Me. 1839-41; h.m. Me. 1841-51; h.m. West Danvers (now West 
Peabody), Mass. 1859-65; res. South Reading (now Wakefield) 
from 1851; d. Oct. 30, 1877. 

Jonas Colburn (name changed from Coburn) b. Dracut, Mass. Oct. 
25, 1789; PA.; Midd. 1817; h.m. and agt Amer. Educ. Soc. N.Y. 
1820-21; preached in Mass., Vt. and Ct. 1821-24; ord. Dec. 21, 
1824; p. Leverett, Mass. 1824-32; Stoneham 1832-37; Wells, Me. 
1837-44; New Salem, Mass. 1845; w.c. Amherst 1845-51; Saxon- 
ville and other places from 1851 ; d. Chicopee Nov. 19, 1862. 

Asa Cummings b. (North) Andover, Mass. Sept. 29, 1790; PA.; 
Harv. 1817; tutor Bowd. 1819-20; ord. Feb. 14, 1821; p. North 
Yarmouth, Me. 1821-29; ed. Christian Mirror Portland 1826-55; 
overseer and trustee Bowd.; d. at sea on homeward voyage from 
Panama June 5, 1856. D.D. Bowd. 1847. 

Ralph Cushman b. Goshen, Mass. Oct. 7, 1792; Wms.; ord. (Presb.) 
Hopkinsville, Ky. Nov. 16, 1821; h.m. Ky. 1821-23; p. Pittsford, 
N.Y. 1824-25; Manlius 1826-30; agt Amer. H.M. Soc. N.Y. and 
O. ; d. Wooster, O. Aug. 27, 1831. 



ALUMNI 1820 57 

Elijah Demond b. Rutland, Mass. Nov. 1, 1790; Dart. 1816; ord. 
Mar. 7, 1821; p. West Newbury, Mass. 1821-26; Lincoln 1827- 
32; Holliston 1832-36; Princeton 1836-39; res. Grafton 1842- 
54 and Westboro from 1854; p. Chilmark 1850-51 and 1869-72; 
Mendon 1856-59 ; Waquoit, Falmouth 1859-62 ; d. Westboro July 
20, 1877. 

John Duncklee b. Greenfield, N.H. Feb. 26, 1792; Dart. 1817; ord. 
Mar. 26, 1823; p. Wendell, Mass. 1823-30; w.c. Greenfield, N.H. 
from 1830; d. Jan. 23, 1869. 

William Goodell b. Templeton, Mass. Feb. 14, 1792; P. A.; Dart. 
1817; agt A.B.C.F.M. 1821-22; ord. New Haven, Ct. Sept. 12, 
1822; miss'y A.B.C.F.M Turkey 1822-65; Beirut 1823-28, Malta 
1828-31, Constantinople 1831-65; translated the Bible into 
Armeno-Turkish ; res. in U.S. from 1865; d. Philadelphia, Pa. 
Feb. 18, 1867. D.D. Ham. and Rutgers 1854. 

Daniel Gould b. Nottingham, N.H. Nov. 12, 1789; Harv. 1813-14; 
ord. (Presb.) Bradford, Mass. Sept. 26, 1820; h.m. 111., Mo. and 
N.C.; p. Statesville; d. Apr. 20, 1834. 

Loammi Ives Hoadly b. Northford, Ct. Oct. 25, 1790; Yale 1817; 
res. lie. 1821; ord. Oct. 15, 1823; p. Calvinist (now Central) ch. 
Worcester, Mass. 1823-29 ; instructor Sac. Rhet. And. Sem. 1829- 
30; p. Bradford 1830-33; res. Charlestown, aiding in preparation 
of Comprehensive Commentary 1833-^4; teacher family school 
Northford, Ct. 1844-46; p. North Guilford 1846-47 and w.c. 
1847-50; p. Orono, Me. 1850-53; Auburn, Mass. 1854-57; Crafts- 
bury, Vt. 1858-65; w.c. Northford, Ct. and New Haven 1865-75; 
Hamden, Me. and Warren from 1875; d. Shelton, Huntington, 
Ct. Mar. 21, 1883. 

Edward Hollister b. Salisbury, Ct. Feb. 26, 1796; Midd. 1816; ord. 
(Presb.) Bradford, Mass. Sept. 26, 1820; h.m. Mo. and 111. 1820- 
22; p. Danville, Vt, 1823-26; w.c. Va. 1826-27; p. Buffalo Springs 
1828-29; teacher fern. sem. Oxford, N.C. 1830-34; p. Griggsville, 
111.; w.c. Tenn.; p. Woodville and Chili, 111. 1845-50; agt Amer. 
Bible Soc. 111. 1851-57; w.c. Griggsville and Alton; d. Jan. 11, 
1870. 

Peter Lockwood b. Bridgeport, Ct. Feb. 8, 1798; Yale 1817; ord. 
Green's Farms, Westport Aug. 15, 1821; h.m. Va. 1822-23; h.m. 
Peekskill, N.Y. 1823-26; p. (Presb.) Binghamton 1827-33 and 
teacher 1834-37; p. Cortlandville 1837^2; (Cong.) Berkshire 
1843^8; w.c. Binghamton from 1848; d. Nov. 16, 1882. 

Jacob Noble Loomis b. Lanesboro, Mass. Oct. 8, 1790; Midd. 1817; 
ord. Jan. 3, 1822; p. Hardwick, Vt. 1820-30 and 1835-36; Plain- 
field, N.H. 1830-32; Greensboro, Vt. 1832-34; w.c. Craftsbury 
from 1836; d. Dec. 5, 1864. 



58 ALUMNI 1820 

Phillips Payson b. Rindge, N.H. Aug. 1, 1795; h.m. Niagara Co. 
N.Y. 1823; ord. Nov. 17, 1825; p. Leominster, Mass. 1825-32; 
Second ch. Hadley 1832-35; Hamburg, Ct. 1838-41; occas. 
preaching 1841^7; w.c. from 1847; d. Fayetteville, N.S. Feb. 16, 
1856. 

Baxter Perry b. Worcester, Mass. Apr. 16, 1792; Harv. 1817; ord. 
Jan. 3, 1821; p. Lyme, N.H. from 1821; d. Jan. 18, 1830. 

Jacob Scales b. Freeport, Me. Mar. 7, 1788; Dart. 1817; ord. Dec. 
27, 1820; p. Westchester, Ct. 1820-26; Henniker, N.H. 1827-39; 
Cornwall, Vt. 1839-42; Plainfield, N.H. 1842-61 and w.c. from 
1861; d. Oct. 16, 1873. 

Thomas Mather Smith b. Stamford, Ct. Mar. 7, 1796; Yale 1816; 
res. lie. 1822; ord. July 31, 1822; p. Third ch. Portland, Me. 
1822-24; Fall River, Mass. 1826-31; (Presb.) Catskill, N.Y. 
1831-39; North Cong. ch. New Bedford, Mass. 1839-42; agt 
Amer. S.S. Union; ord. (Epis.) deacon Nov. 2, 1844; priest Nov. 
12, 1845; prof. Syst. Div. and Sac. Lit. Theol. Sem. Gambier, 0. 
1845-63 and pres. Kenyon Coll. 1850-54; d. Portland, Me. Sept. 
6, 1864. 

Charles Backus Storrs b. Longmeadow, Mass. May 15, 1794; N.J. 
Coll. 1810-13; ord. by S.C. Cong. Assoc. Charleston Jan. 3, 1821; 
h.m. S.C. and Ga. 1820-22; p. Ravenna, O. and h.m. 1822-28; 
prof. Theol. West, Res. 1828-31 and pres. from 1831; d. Brain- 
tree, Mass. Sept. 15, 1833. 

Daniel Temple b. Reading, Mass. Dec. 23, 1789; P.A.; Dart. 1817; 
agt A.B.C.F.M. 1820-21; ord. North Bridgewater (now Brock- 
ton), Mass. Oct. 31, 1821; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Malta 1821-44 and 
agt in U.S. 1845; p. (Presb.) Phelps, N.Y. 1847-49; d. Reading, 
Mass. Aug. 9, 1851. 

Elipha White b. Oct. 8, 1795; from Randolph, Mass.; Brown 1817; 
ord. by S.C. Cong. Assoc. Charleston Jan. 3, 1821; h.m. S.C. 
1821-22; p. St. John's Island from 1822; d. Nov. 20, 1849. D.D. 
Wabash 1843. 

Ezra Youngs b. Southold, N.Y. Oct. 12, 1792; N.J. Coll. 1815; a.p. 
Orient and Shelter Island, N.Y. 1822-28; ord. (Presb.) Aug. 27, 
1828; p. Cutchogue, Southold 1828-45; res. there, occas. preach- 
ing 1845-65 and w.c. from 1865; d. Aug. 25, 1876. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Patrick Hinds Folker (1817-18) from Charleston, S.C; S.C. Coll. 
1816; ord. (Epis.) deacon Dec. 9, 1818; priest Sept. 2, 1819; r. 
Trinity ch. Columbia; min. Greenville and r. Christ 's ch. ; asst 
min. St. Stephen's chapel Charleston; w.c. Spartansburg; Presb. 
from 1846; teacher Spartansburg 1848-51; Charleston 1852-53; 
d. "between May, 1853 and May, 1854." 



ALUMNI 1820 59 

Luther Hamilton (1817-19) b. Conway, Mass. 1798; Wms. 1817; 
ord. July 25, 1821; p. (Unit.) Taunton 1821-32; clerk U.S. Cus- 
tom House, Boston; d. Roxbury Aug. 1853. 

Uriel Holmes (1817-18) b. Litchfield, Ct. Sept. 15, 1796; Yale 1816; 
d. Litchfield, while a member of Seminary, July 3, 1818. 

Eleazer Lathrop (1817-20) from Homer, N.Y.; Ham. 1817 and 
tutor 1819-22; ord. Charleston, S.C. Mar. 30, 1825; p. (Presb.) 
St. Augustine, Fla. 1825-26; Elmira, N.Y. 1827-29 and 1830-31; 
w.c. Painted Post, Corning 1829-30; Geneva from 1831; d. 1834. 

Sidney Edwards Morse (1817-20) b. Charlestown, Mass. Feb. 7, 
1794; P.A.; Yale 1811; ed. Boston Recorder 1816; founder with 
Richard C. Morse, class of 1817, of N.Y. Observer 1823; one of 
prop's and editor 1823-58; author of geographies; inventor; res. 
N.Y. City; d. Dec. 23, 1871. Son of Dr. Jedidiah Morse, trustee. 

Samuel Phillips Newman (1817-18) b. Andover, Mass. June 6, 1797; 
P.A.; Harv. 1816; tutor Bowd. 1818-19, prof. Latin and Greek 
1820-24, prof. Rhet. and Orat. 1824-39; prin. State Normal 
Sch. Barre, Mass. from 1839; author of text-books on rhetoric; 
d. Andover Feb. 10, 1842. Son of Mark Newman, trustee. 

Adiel Sherwood (1817-19) b. Fort Edward, N.Y. Oct. 3, 1791; 
Union 1817; h.m. Ga. 1818-20; ord. Mar. 20, 1820; p. (Bapt.) 
Bethlehem 1820-22; Greensboro 1821-32, also Newhope and 
Freeman's Creek 1822-26; Eatonton 1827-37, also Milledgeville 
1827-33 and Monticello 1834r-37; prof. Bib. Lit. Columbian Coll. 
D.C. 1837-38; prof. Mor. Phil, and Sac. Lit. Mercer Univ. Ga. 
1838^1; pres. Shurtleff Coll. 111. 1841-45; sec. Amer. Ind. Miss'y 
Assoc. 1846-47; pres. Masonic Coll. Lexington, Mo. 1848-49; p. 
Cape Girardeau 1852-57; Griffin, Monticello and other places, 
Ga. 1857-65, also pres. Marshall Coll. Griffin 1857-61; min. at 
large, res. St. Louis, Mo. from 1866; d. Aug. 18, 1879. 

Spencer Wall (1817-18) b. July 9, 1790; from Norwich, N.Y.; 
Midd. 1814; ord. (Epis.) deacon June 6, 1820; priest; h.m. and 
r. La. and Miss.; w.c. Reedtown, O. from 1853; d. June 24, 1879. 

Henry Wheeler (1817-18) res. stu. b. Worcester, Mass. Sept. 30, 
1795; PA.; in business Worcester; S.S. supt Calvinist (now 
Central) ch.; d. Oct. 11, 1840. 

William Williams (1817-19) b. Wethersfield, Ct. Oct. 2, 1797; Yale 
1816; ord. July 5, 1821; p. Howard St. ch. Salem, Mass. 1821- 
32 and Crombie St. ch. 1832-38; First ch. Exeter, N.H. 1838-42; 
physician Salem, Mass. from 1842; d. June 17, 1860. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATE 

Amzi Benedict Class of 1818. 



60 ALUMNI 1821 

1821 

GRADUATES 

Selah Root Arms b. Deerfield, Mass. Feb. 21, 1789; Wms. 1818; 
h.m. Vt. 1821-23; ord. Jan. 5, 1825; p. Grafton and Windham 
1823-31; Windham 1831-34 and 1836-49; Livingston ville, N.Y. 
1834-35; w.c. Springfield, Vt. 1849-63; Windham 1863-66 and 
p. 1866; d. Nov. 9, 1866. 

Joseph Bennett b. Framingham, Mass. May 13, 1798; Harv. 1818; 
ord. Jan. 1, 1822; p. First ch. Woburn'from 1823; d. Nov. 19, 
1847. 

Abel Caldwell b. Ipswich, Mass. Nov. 21, 1794; Dart. 1817; ord. 
Feb. 27, 1822; h.m. N.Y. 1821-23; p. Westford 1823-27; Volney 
1827-30; (Presb.) Portage 1830-35; Sheldon 1835-38; Black 
Creek 1839-41; Centerville; colporteur N.Y. and Can. 1850-60; 
d. Black Creek, N.Y. Aug. 1, 1861. 

Nehemiah Baldwin Cook b. Quogue, N.Y. Sept. 20, 1793; ord. Aug. 
31, 1825; h.m. Wayne Co. Pa. 1825-27; p. (Presb.) Babylon and 
Fresh Pond, N.Y. 1827-37; (Cong.) Stonington, Ct. 1838-59; 
res. Ledyard from 1859, p. 1864-67; d. Nov. 17, 1879. 

Baxter Dickinson b. Amherst, Mass. Apr. 14, 1795; Yale 1817; ord. 
Mar. 5, 1823; p. Longmeadow, Mass. 1823-29; Third Presb. ch. 
Newark, N.J. 1829-35; prof. Sac. Rhet. and Past'l Theol. Lane 
Sem. 1835-39 and Auburn Sem. 1839-47; instructor Sac. Rhet. 
And. Sem. 1847-48; dist. sec. Amer. and For. Chr. Union 1847- 
59; teacher young ladies' sem. Lake Forest, 111. 1860-67; res. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. from 1868; d. Dec. 7, 1875. D.D. Amh. 1838. 

Chauncey Eddy b. Middle Haddam, Ct. June 2, 1796; Wms.; h.m. 
S.C. 1821-22; agt A.B.C.F.M. Vt. and N.Y. 1822; ord. Morgan- 
town, N.C. May 1, 1824; h.m. N.C. 1824-26; p. (Presb.) Penn 
Yan, N.Y. 1827-31; agt Western Educ. Soc. 1831-32, A.B.C.F.M. 
for Central N.Y. 1832^2, N.Y. Col'n Soc. 1843; p. Jacksonville, 
111. 1844-48; Lanesboro, Mass. 1853-56; d. Beloit, Wis. Dec. 30, 
1860. 

William Graham b. May 9, 1798; from Cincinnati, 0.; Jeff. (Pa.) 
Coll. 1816; ord.; p. Dayton, O.; (Presb.) Chillicothe; Mt. Pleas- 
ant 1834; Woodbury, N.Y. from 1848; d. 1854. 

Samuel Griswold b. East Lyme, Ct. Oct. 25, 1795; Yale 1818; ord. 
Farmington Oct. 14, 1828; evang. Ct. 1822-29 and 1831-33; 
assoc. ed. N.Y. Evangelist 1830; p. Brighton, N.Y. 1834-36; 
Prattsburg 1836-37; Bergen 1837-40; res. Mumf ord ville 1840- 
43; Covington 1843-44; p. Hamburg, Lyme, Ct. 1845-48; chap. 
State Prison, Wethersfield 1850-52; p. Gouverneur, N.Y. 1852- 
54; Andover, Ct. 1854-55; Talcott St. ch. Hartford 1855-56; 
w.c. Old Saybrook from 1863 ; d. Jan. 18, 1875. 



ALUMNI 1821 61 

James Howe b. Jaffrey, N.H. Aug. 13, 1796; Dart. 1817; teacher 
PA. 1820-21; ord. Oct. 16, 1822; p. Pepperell, Mass. from 1822; 
d. July 19, 1840. 

David Kimball b. Hopkinton, N.H. Mar. 18, 1791; PA.; Yale 1818; 
ord. June 27, 1822; p. (Presb.) Martinsburg and Lowville, N.Y. 
1822-31; (Cong.) Plainfield, Mass. 1831-35; ed. N.H. Observer 
(later Christian Panoplist, and Cong. Journal) Concord 1835- 
40, publisher 1840-43 ; res. Hanover, supt Dartmouth Press 1845- 
66, also p. Hanover Centre 1845-48 and Weathersfield Centre, 
Vt. 1851-55; w.c. Rockford, 111. from 1867; d. Feb. 8, 1875. 

Asa Mead b. Meredith, N.H. Mar. 25, 1792; Dart. 1818; Bible agt 
Dist. Columbia 1821-22; ord. Dec. 18, 1822; p. Brunswick, Me. 
1822-29; agt Me. Temp. Soc. and Amer. Peace Soc. in South 
1829-30; p. East Hartford, Ct. from 1830; d. Oct. 22, 1831. 

William Mitchell b. Chester, Ct. Dec. 9, 1793; Yale 1818; h.m. 
Northern N.Y.; ord. Oct. 20, 1824; p. Newtown, Ct. 1825-31; 
Rutland, Vt. 1833^7; Wallingford 1847-51; agt Corn societies 
Vt., N.Y. and N.J. 1853-58; res. Corpus Christi, Tex. from 1858; 
p. (Presb.) Casa Blanca 1858-62; Corpus Christi from 1866; d. 
Aug. 1, 1867. 

Samuel Moseley b. Mansfield, Ct. Sept. 24, 1790; PA.; Midd. 1818; 
h.m. S.C. 1821-22 and Mass. 1823; agt A.B.C.F.M. 1822 and 
miss 'y to Choctaws from 1823 ; d. Mayhew, Choctaw Nation Sept. 
11, 1824. 

Ebenezer Newhall b. New Ipswich, N.H. Aug. 5, 1789; Harv. 1818; 
teacher PA. 1818-19; h.m. Me. 1821-22; a.p. Palmer, Mass. 
1822; Holden 1823; ord. Dec. 17, 1823; p. Oxford 1823-32; Lin- 
coln 1833-47; Willsboro, N.Y. 1847-52; Chesterfield, N.H. 1852- 
54; (Presb.) Litchfield 1854-62; w.c. Cambridgeport, Mass.; 
d. Aug. 15, 1878. 

Francis Norwood b. Gloucester (now Rockport), Mass. Nov. 2, 1797; 
PA.; Dart. 1818; ord. July 5, 1825; p. Laconia, N.H. 1824-30; 
Wilmington, Mass. 1831^3; Windsor 1844-46; Washington 
1846-51; West Granville 1852-55; Barkhamsted, Ct. 1855-57; 
Phipsburg, Me. 1858-67; res. Beverly, Mass. from 1867; chap. 
House of Correction, Ipswich; d. Oct. 6, 1871. 

George Edmond Pierce b. Southbury, Ct. Sept. 9, 1794; Yale 1816; 
ord. July 10, 1822; p. Harwinton 1822-34; pres. West. Res. 1834- 
55; w.c. Hudson, O. from 1855; d. May 27, 1871. D.D. Midd. 
1838. 

Charles Dumarisque Pigeon b. Nov. 12, 1799; from Newton, Mass.; 
Harv. 1818; h.m.; teacher Amesbury and Newburyport; ed. 
Lit. and Theol. Review N.Y. City 1837-39; ord. 1840; p. West 
Gloucester, Mass. from 1868; d. Oct. 16, 1872. 



62 ALUMNI 1821 

Ebenezer Poor b. South Danvers (now Peabody), Mass. Mar. 24, 
1796; P.A.; Dart. 1818; ord. Oct. 29, 1823; p. Second ch. (North) 
Beverly 1823-29; Edgartown 1833-34; Berkley 1835-37; Lynn- 
field; South Hadley; Danvers; (Presb.) Perrysburg, 0. 1845- 
48; w.c. Lawrence, Mass. from 1848; d. Oct. 18, 1868. 

James Prentiss b. Feb. 4, 1795; from Roxbury, Mass.; Harv. 1815; 
d. Roxbury Aug. 26, 1828. 

David Choate Proctor b. Essex, Mass. Sept. 28, 1793; Dart. 1818; 
ord. 1821; p. (Presb.) Indianapolis, Ind. 1822-23; Springfield 
and Lebanon, Ky. 1823-27; acting pres. Centre Coll. Ky. 1826; 
h.m. Prince Edward Co. Va. 1827-33; p. Walker's 1833; Shelby- 
ville, Ky. and other places from 1834; d. near Frankfort Jan. 18, 
1865. 

Thomas Leffingwell Shipman b. Norwich, Ct. Aug. 28, 1798; Yale 
1818; h.m. S.C. 1822-23; res. lie. 1823; h.m. 0. 1824-25; ord. 
June 28, 1826; p. Southbury, Ct. 1826-36; Bozrah 1837-41; Nor- 
wich 1842; Jewett City 1843-56 and res. there after; p. Plain- 
field 1856-57; Scotland 1860-61; d. Aug. 29, 1886. 

Jonathan Silliman b. Chester, Ct. July 22, 1793 ; Yale 1817 ; teacher 
PA. 1817-18; ord. Lyme, Ct. Oct. 8, 1823; h.m. Eastern Va. 
1823-29; p. (Presb.) New Kent 1830-35; Canterbury, Cornwall, 
N.Y. 1835-62 and w.c. from 1862; d. May 13, 1885. 

Horace Smith b. Hadley, Mass. Oct. 15, 1798; Yale 1818; ord. Had- 
ley Feb. 27, 1822; h.m. Trumbull Co. 0. 1822-23; res. lie. 1823; 
h.m. Peru, Mass. and Dummerston, Vt. 1823-25; O., 111. and Mo. 
1825-32; p. Richfield, 0. 1832-48 and 1854-59; Boston, Bath, 
Hinckley 1849-53; Copley, Granger, Bath 1859-65; res. Richfield 
from 1859; d. Nov. 20, 1868. 

Marcus Smith b. Dorchester, Mass. June 15, 1791; Midd. 1818; a.p. 
Wilmington, Vt. 1821-22; ord. Jan. 1, 1823; p. Rensselaerville, 
N.Y. 1822-24 and Westerlo 1823-27; teacher Greek, Hebrew and 
Ch. Hist. Watervliet (N.Y.) Theol. Sch. also p. West Troy 1834- 
35; Second ch. Watertown 1835-44; Durham 1847-55; Colla- 
mer from 1856; d. Dunkirk July 1, 1871. 

Noah Smith b. Hanover, N.H. Mar. 8, 1794; Dart. 1818; ord. 1821; 
h.m. N.Y. 1821-22; p. South Britain, Ct. from 1822; d. Oct. 10, 
1830. 

Samuel Spring b. Newburyport, Mass. Mar. 9, 1792; Yale 1811; 
ord. Jan. 2, 1822; p. Abington, Mass. 1822-26; North (now Park) 
ch. Hartford, Ct. 1827-33; East Hartford 1833-61; chap. Re- 
treat for Insane, Hartford 1863-69; w.c. East Hartford from 
1869 ; d. Dec. 13, 1877. D.D. Columb. 1858. Son of Dr. Samuel 
Spring, visitor. 



ALUMNI 1821 63 

Thomas Cogswell Upham b. Deerfield, N.H. Jan. 30, 1799; Dart. 
1818; teacher P.A. 1820-21; res. lie. 1823; instructor Sac. Lit. 
And. Sem. 1821-23; ord. July 16, 1823; p. Rochester, N.H. 1823- 
24; prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil. Bowd. 1824-67 and emer., res. 
Kennebunkport from 1867; author of philosophical and religious 
works; d. N.Y. City Apr. 1, 1872. D.D. Wesleyan 1843; LL.D. 
Rutgers 1870. 

Charles Walker b. Woodstock, Ct. Feb. 1, 1791; seamen's and city 
miss'y N.Y. City 1821-22; ord. (Presb.) Norwich, N.Y, Feb. 27, 
1822; p. (Cong.) Rutland, Vt. 1822-33; prin. Castleton Sem. 
1833-34; p. Brattleboro 1835^6; Pittsford 1846-64 and w.c. 
from 1864; trustee Midd.; d. Binghamton, N.Y. Nov. 28, 1870. 
A.M. hon. Univ. Vt. 1823, Dart, and Midd. 1825; D.D. Univ. Vt. 
1847. 

Lyman Whitney b. Marlboro, Vt. Dec. 2, 1793 ; Midd. 1817; ord. 1821 ; 
h.m. 0., Ind. and 111. 1821-23; res. lie. 1824; h.m. Ky., Tenn. and 
Ala. 1824-25; agt Presb. Coll. Ky. from 1825; d. Asheville, N.C. 
May 20, 1826. 

Alva Woods b. Shoreham, Vt. Aug. 13, 1794; PA.; Harv. 1817; 
teacher P.A. 1818-19; ord. (Bapt.) Boston Oct. 28, 1821; prof. 
Math., Nat. Phil, and Eccl. Hist. Columbian Coll. D.C. 1821-24; 
prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Brown 1824-28 ;, pres. and prof. Mor. 
and Intell. Phil. Transyl. Univ. Ky. 1828-31; pres. and prof. 
Mor. and Intell. Phil. Univ. Ala. 1831-38; res. Providence, R.I. 
from 1839; trustee and fellow Brown; trustee Newton Sem.; 
d. Sept. 6, 1887. D.D. Brown 1828. 

• NON-GRADUATES 

Silas Blaisdale (1818-20) b. Weare, N.H. Aug. 25, 1790; Dart. 
1817; ord. (Epis.) deacon Mar. 4, 1821; priest Sept. 25, 1825; 
- prin. Salem St. Acad. Boston; min. Ashfield, Mass.; Salem, Ct.; 
Barkhamsted; Amesbury, Mass.; Hopkinton, N.H. ; teacher Nor- 
wich, Ct.; Lawrence, Mass. from 1847; d. Nov. 13, 1861.' 

Ira Henry Thomas Blanchard (1818-19) b. Weymouth, Mass. Sept. 
9, 1797; Harv. 1817 and tutor 1820-21; Harv. Div. Sch. 1819-20; 
ord. Jan. 1, 1823; p. (Unit.) Harvard, Mass. 1823-30; Chelms- 
ford; South Natick 1835^0; East Bridgewater 1840-43; d. 
South Weymouth Apr. 9, 1845. 

Alfred Chester (1818-19) b. Hartford, Ct. Mar. 17, 1798; Yale 
1818; Princ. Sem. 1819-21; h.m. S.C. 1821-24; ord. July 18, 
1826; p. (Presb.) Rahway, N.J. 1826-29; prin. classical sch. 
Morristown 1829-^3; agt Presb. Board Pub. 1847-48; res. Eliza- 
beth from 1860; chap, county prison 1862-71; d. N.Y. City July 
2, 1871. 



64 ALUMNI 1821 

Jonathan Clement (1818-20) b. Danville, Vt. June 20, 1797; Midd. 
1818; teacher P. A. 1820-30; ord. Oct. 13, 1830; p. Chester, N.H. 
1830-45; Topsham, Me. 1845-52; Woodstock, Vt. 1852-67; res. 
Norwich from 1867; p. Quechee 1869-74; d. Sept. 6, 1881. 

Elias Fiske (1818-19) b. Upton, Mass. May 24, 1790; Brown 1818; 
d. Upton Aug. 5, 1823. 

Justus Warner French (1818-20) b. Hard wick, Mass. Apr. 20, 
1793; Midd. 1817 and tutor 1820-21; ord. May 23, 1822; p. Barre, 
Vt. 1821-32; Hardwick 1832; prin. Geneva (N.Y.) Lyceum 1833- 
42; prin. acad. Albion 1842^9; teacher Palmyra 1849-55; 
Albany 1855-56; d. Brooklyn Dec. 25, 1862. 

Samuel Green (1816-17, 1819-20) b. Stoneham, Mass. Mar. 3, 1792; 
P.A.; Harv. 1816; tutor Bowd. 1817-19; ord. Sept. 20, 1820; 
p. Reading, Mass. 1820-23; Union ch. Boston from 1823; d. 
Nov. 20, 1834. 

Hinman Booth Hoyt (1818-19) b. Danbury, Ct. June 27, 1796; N.J. 
Coll. 1818; teacher R.I.; Huntsville, Me.; civil engineer in Pa.; 
d. Kingston 1838. 

Benjamin Huntoon (1818-20) b. Salisbury, N.H. Nov. 28, 1792; 
Dart. 1817; ord. Jan. 30, 1822; p. (Unit.) Canton, Mass. 1822- 
29; Bangor, Me. 1829-33; Savannah, Ga. 1833-34; Milton, Mass. 
1834-37; Cincinnati, O. 1837-39; Peoria, 111. 1839-40; Canton, 
Mass.; Marblehead 1849-55; Winchendon 1856-57; Westboro 
1859-60; w.c. Canton from 1860; d. Apr. 19, 1864. 

Henry Jackson (1817-18, 1819-20) b. Providence, R.I. June 16, 
1798; Brown 1817; ord. Nov. 27, 1822; p. First Bapt. ch. Charles- 
town, Mass. 1822-36; First Bapt. ch. Hartford, Ct. 1836-39; 
First Bapt. ch. New Bedford, Mass. 1839-45; Central ch. New- 
port, R'.I. from 1847; trustee Newton Sem.; d. Mar. 2, 1863. 
D.D. Brown 1854. 

Thomas Jameson (1818-19) b. Dunbarton, N.H. Mar. 7, 1794; 
Dart. 1818; prin. Pembroke Acad. 1819; Effingham Acad. 1820- 
25; ord. June 29, 1825; p. Scarboro, Me. 1825-40, also Cape 
Elizabeth 1827-28 and Albany 1833-36; w.c. Gorham 1840-60; 
Exeter, N.H. 1860-71; Greenland 1871-73; Cambridge, Mass. 
from 1873; d. Apr. 14, 1879. 

Benjamin Franklin Nealy (1818-19) b. June 6, 1791; from Mont- 
pelier, Vt.; P. A.; Yale 1814-17; ord. (Free Bapt.) Lisbon, N.H. 
June 14, 1835; h.m. Mich. 1835-38; returned to Vt. 1838 and is 
said to have died soon after. 

David Page (1818-20) b. Hanover, N.H. Jan. 29, 1790; Dart. 1817; 
ord. May 21, 1821; p. Rushville, N.Y. 1821-25; Sweden 1826- 
29; Knowlesville 1830-32; w.c. Columbia, Ky. 1837-39; h.m. 111. 
res. Peoria 1846-50; teacher Canton from 1850; d. Feb. 10, 1855. 



ALUMNI 1822 . 65 

James Swan (1818-19) b. Methuen, Mass. Oct. 31, 1794; Harv. 
1818'; physician; d. Springfield Aug. 16, 1846. M.D. Jeff. Med. 
Coll. 1826. 

Stephen Taylor (1819-20) b. Tyringham, Mass. Feb. 26, 1795; 
Wms. 1816 and tutor 1817-19; teacher acad. Boydtown, Va.; 
ord. 1824; p. (Presb.) Halifax Co. 1824-26; Shockoe Hill ch. 
Richmond 1826-35; prof. Eccl. Hist. Union Sem. .Va. 1835-38; 
p. Abingdon 1838-43; Petersburg 1843-47; teacher Richmond 
1847-50, and p. Duval St. ch. from 1850; d. Mar. 4, 1853. D.D. 
Emery and Henry Coll. Va. 1847. 

John Whiton (1818-20) b. Stockbridge, Mass. Feb. 13, 1796; Yale 
1814-15; Wms. 1818; a.p. Union, N.Y. 1821-22; ord. Nov. 27, 1822 
city miss'y Salem, Mass. 1822-23; p. Granville, N.Y. 1823-29 
Salem, N.Y.; Enfield, Mass. 1837-41; w.c. Amherst 1841^2 
p. West Stockbridge 1842-49; d. Wolcott, N.Y. Nov. 1868. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Loammi Ives Hoadly Class of 1820. 
Jonas King Class of 1819. 

1822 

GRADUATES 

James Abell b. Norwich, Ct. May 1, 1791; Yale 1819; ord. Jan. 18, 
1825; p. (Presb.) Oswego, N.Y. 1825-30; Oxford 1830-37; (Ref. 
Dutch) Chittenango 1838-57; w.c. Oshkosh, Wis.; trustee Ham.; 
d. Oswego, N.Y. May 7, 1868. 

Rufus Anderson b. North Yarmouth, Me. Aug. 17, 1796; Bowd. 
1818; ord. Springfield, Mass. May 10, 1826; asst to cor. sec. 
A.B.C.F.M. 1822-24, asst sec. 1824-32, for. sec. 1832-66; Hyde 
lecturer on For. Missions, And. Sem. 1867-69, and trustee; res. 
Roxbury from 1869; d. May 30, 1880. D.D. Dart. 1836; LL.D. 
Bowd. 1868. 

Benson Curtiss Baldwin b. Granville, Mass. Aug. 30, 1792; Midd. 
1816; h.m. Dennysville and vicinity, Me. 1822-23; ord. Jan. 31, 
1828; p. Norwich, Ct. 1828-30; Middlebury, O. 1830-33; Cuya- 
hoga Falls 1834-35; Medina from 1838; d. Jan. 19, 1844. 

John Barton b. Stockbridge, Mass. Mar. 15, 1795; Ham. 1819; ord. 
Dracut, Mass. Sept. 26, 1822; h.m. Va. and N.Y. 1822-23; p. 
(Presb.) Vernon Centre 1823-26; Orville 1826; Elmira 1827-28; 
Camden 1828-31 and 1835-45; Painted Post, Corning 1832-35; 
Clinton 1846-49 and w.c. from 1849; d. Apr. 28, 1877. 

Stephen Ingalls Bradstreet b. Pelham, N.H. Oct. 27, 1794; Dart. 
1819; ord. Dracut, Mass. Sept. 26, 1822; p. Cleveland, 0. 1823- 



66 ALUMNI 1822 

30, also Euclid 1823-26 and Brooklyn 1826-27; Vermillion, San- 
dusky and Florence 1830-33; ed. Ohio Observer 1833-34; p. 
Stowe 1834-35; Perrysburg 1833 and from 1835; d. June 9, 1837. 

Eleazar Brainard b. Haddam, Ct. July 7, 1793; Yale 1818; ord. 
(Presb.) Salem, Mass. Oct. 26, 1825; h.m. 0.; p. Portsmouth, 
Lewis, Mason and Oxford 1828-50; Manchester 1850-53; w.c. 
Oxford from 1853; d. July 24, 1854. 

John Clark Brigham b. New Marlboro, Mass. Feb. 28, 1794; Wms. 
1819; missy A.B.C.F.M. and agt Amer. Bible Soc. South Amer- 
ica 1822-26; ord. Oct. 10, 1832; agt Amer. Bible Soc. N.Y. City 
1826-27 and cor. sec. from 1827; d. Brooklyn Aug. 10, 1862. 
D.D. Wash. Coll. Pa. 1843. 

Oren Catlin b. Homer, N.Y. Sept. 17, 1794; Ham. 1818; ord. Dra- 
cut, Mass. Sept. 26, 1822; h.m. 111. 1822-28; p. Warren, Mass. 
1829-31; (Presb.) Cincinnatus, N.Y. 1832-33; Castleton 1834- 
37; Fairport 1838-41; Newstead 1842-43; Collins 1844-46; d. 
Evans Aug. 11, 1849. 

John Clancy b. Mar. 26, 1793; from Johnstown, N.Y.; Midd. 1818; 
ord. Dracut, Mass. Sept. 26, 1822 ; h.m. Va. 1822 ; p. Norfolk and 
Portsmouth 1822-23; (Presb.) Stillwater and Johnstown, N.Y. 
1824; Freehold 1825-45; agt Presb. Board of Educ. 1845; p. 
(Cong.) Belchertown, Mass. 1846-49; (Presb.) Princetown, N.Y. 
1849-50; Hamilton 1850-55; (Ref. Dutch) Florida 1855-60; 
(Presb.) Little Falls 1860-61; (Ref. Dutch) Schenectady 1862 
and w.c. from 1862; d. Sept. 9, 1876. 

Moses Clark b. Dec. 7, 1792; from Westfield, Mass.; P.A.; Harv. 
1819; ord. Salem Nov. 27, 1822; h.m. La. from 1822; d. near 
Nachitoches 1823. 

Calvin Cutler b. Guildhall, Vt. Oct. 10, 1791; Dart. 1819; ord. Nov. 
6, 1823; p. Lebanon, N.H. 1823-27; (Presb.) Windham from 
1828; d. Feb. 19, 1844. 

Francis Danforth b. Hillsboro, N.H. Feb. 23, 1793; P.A.; Dart. 
1819; ord. June 11, 1823; p. Greenfield, N.H. 1823-31; Win- 
chester 1831-39; First ch. Hadley, Mass. 1839-42; Byron and 
Medina, N.Y. 1845; (Presb.) Clarence 1846-52 and w.c. from 
1852; d. Jan. 29, 1854. 

Cyrus Downs b. June 8, 1792; from South Britain, Ct.; Ham. 1819; 
ord.; p. Bowman Creek, Canajoharie, N.Y.; d. before 1827. 

Peter Sidney Eaton b. Boxford, Mass. Oct. 7, 1798; Harv. 1818; 
teacher PA. 1819-20; h.m. Me. 1823; ord. Sept. 20, 1826; p. 
West Amesbury (now Merrimac), Mass. 1826-37; teacher New 
Britain, Ct. and Andover, Mass.; res. Chelsea; d. Mar. 13, 1863. 

Ansel Doane Eddy b. Williamstown, Mass. Oct. 15, 1798; Union 
1817; ord. Salem, Mass. Sept. 25, 1823; h.m. Canandaigua, N.Y. 



ALUMNI 1822 67 

1824-35; p. First Presb. ch. Newark, N.J. 1835-48 and Park St. 
ch. 1848-55; Westminster ch. Chicago, 111. 1855-58; Wilmington 
1859-63; Seneca Falls, N.Y. 1864; res. Lansingburg from 1865; 
agt Amer. and For. Chr. Union 1865-70; d. Feb. 7, 1875. D.D. 
Union 1844. 

Joseph Fowler b. Milford, Ct. Oct. 7, 1798; Yale 1817; d. Milford 
Mar. 15, 1825. 

Flavel Stebbins Gaylord b. Hartland, Ct. Aug. 22,1795; Wms. 1816; 
ord. Nov. 6, 1822; h.m. 0. 1822-24; p. (Presb.) Sparta, N.Y.; 
Gorham 1828-38; prin. acad. Prattsburg 1838^7; p. Naples 
1847-52; Hopewell from 1852; d. Feb. 8, 1860. 

Jonathan Lee Hale b. Goshen, Ct. May 21, 1790; Midd. 1819; ord. 
Concord, N.H. June 23, 1823; h.m. Colebrook 1822-24; p. Camp- 
ton 1824-32; Windham, Me. from 1832; d. Jan. 15, 1835. 

William Allen Hallock b. Plainfield, Mass. June 2, 1794; Wms. 
1819; res. lie. 1825; ord. Middlefield, Mass. by Mountain Assoc. 
Oct. 5, 1836; sec. Amer. Tract Soc. N.Y. City 1825-70 and hon. 
sec. from 1870; author of memoirs of Harlan Page and Dr. Jus- 
tin Edwards, and of "The Mountain Miller"; d. Oct. 2, 1880. 
J).D. Rutgers 1850. 

Carlton Hurd b. Newport, N.H. Dec. 26, 1795; Dart. 1818; ord. 
Sept. 17, 1823; p. Fryeburg, Me. from 1823; d. Dec. 6, 1855. 
D.D. Dart. 1855. 

Henry True Kelly b. Hampstead, N.H. Aug. 13, 1794; Dart. 1819; 
h.m. Me. 1822-23; ord. June 29, 1825; p. Newfield and Parson- 
field 1825-27; h.m. N.H. 1828; p. (Presb.) Kingsville, O. 1829-34; 
(Cong.) Madison 1834-36; teacher Grand River Inst. Austin- 
burg 1836-37; h.m. to negroes, Chatham, Canada West 1840; d. 
Sept. 9, 1840. 

James Marsh b. Hartford, Vt. July 19, 1794; Dart. 1817 and tutor 
1818-20; ord. Hanover, N.H. Oct. 12, 1824; prof. Lang, and Bib. 
Lit. Hampden-Sidney 1824-26; pres. Univ. Vt. 1826-33 and 
prof. Mor. and Intell. Phil, from 1833; d. Colchester, Vt. July 3, 
1842. D.D. Columb. 1830, Amh. 1833. 

Joseph Meriam b. Grafton, Mass. Oct. 15, 1797; Harv.; Brown 1819; 
ord. Sept. 26, 1822; h.m. Va. and O. 1822-24; p. Randolph 1824- 
72 and sen. p. from 1872, also Rootstown 1824-36 and Edinburg 
1840^3; d. May 7, 1888. 

Jared Reid b. Colchester, Ct. Mar. 1, 1788; Yale 1817; ord. Oct. 8, 
1823; p. Reading, Mass. 1823-33; Belchertown 1833-41; Tiver- 
ton, R.I. 1841-50 and w.c. from 1850; d. June 17, 1854. 

John Rennie b. Aug. 8, 1799; from Newtonards, Ireland; Univ. 
Glasgow 1817; ord. (Presb.) Aug. 9, 1823; p. Cambridge, S.C. 
1824; Liberty, Mo. 1848; d. St. Joseph about 1859. 



68 ALUMNI 1822 

William Richards b. Plainfield, Mass. Aug. 22, 1793; Wms. 1819; 
ord. New Haven, Ct. Sept. 12, 1822; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Hawaiian 
Islands 1822-38; ambassador to England, France and U.S. 1842- 
45; res. Honolulu from 1845; min. of Pub. Instruction, coun- 
cillor, and chap, to the King; d. Dec. 7, 1847. 

Daniel Green Sprague b. Killingly, Ct. July 8, 1796; Brown 1819; 
ord. North Mansfield, Ct. Oct. 2, 1822; h.m. 111. and Mo. 1822- 
23; p. Hampton, Ct. 1824-39; Westchester 1839-44; (Presb.) 
South Orange, N.J. 1844-60 and w.c. 1860-69; Salem, N.Y. from 
1869 ; d. Jan. 11, 1873. 

Seneca White b. Sutton, Mass. Feb. 27, 1794; Dart. 1818; ord. Sept. 
10, 1823; p. Second ch. Bath, Me. 1823-30; Wiscasset 1832-37; 
Marshfield, Mass. 1838-50; w.c. Boston 1850-52; Amherst, N.H. 
from 1852; d. Jan. 11, 1865. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Weston Bela Adams (1819-20) b. Plainfield, N.H. Nov. 10, 1794; 
Dart. 1818 and tutor 1820-21; h.m. and teacher Vt., N.H. and 
Me.; ord. Nov. 14, 1832; p. Auburn 1832-38; w.c. Danville from 
1838; d. Oct. 16, 1841. 

Isaac Richmond Barbour (1819-21) b. Bridport, Vt. Feb. 14, 1794; 
Midd. 1819; ord. (Presb.) Sumterville, S.C. May 29, 1823; h.m. 
S.C. 1823-25; p. New Ipswich, N.H. 1826; Byfield, Mass. 1827- 
33; sec. and agt Boston Soc. for Mor. and Relig. Educ. of Poor 
(now City Miss'y Soc.) 1833-34; p. Charlton, Mass. 1836-39; 
in business N.Y. City, res. New Brighton, from 1839; d. Gales- 
burg, 111. Feb. 26, 1869. 

Stephen Coburn (1819-20) b. Dracut, Mass. Mar. 4, 1798; P.A.; 
Midd. 1819; teacher Tyngsboro (Mass.) Acad., Bangor and 
Hebron, Me., (North) Andover, Mass. (prin. Franklin Acad. 
1825-26) and Ipswich, 1820-27; in business Ipswich 1827-68; 
postmaster 1832-60; d. Nov. 23, 1881. 

Jacob Cummings (1819-21) b. Warren, Mass. Dec. 5, 1792; P.A.; 
Dart. 1819; teacher Atkinson (N.H.) Acad. 1821-23; Hampton 
Acad. 1823-24; ord. Apr. 28, 1824; p. Stratham 1824-34; Sharon, 
Mass. 1835-37; Southboro 1838-41; Hillsboro Bridge, N.H. 1843- 
56; w.c. Exeter from 1856; d. June 20, 1866. 

Beriah Green (1819-21) b. Preston, Ct. Mar. 24, 1795; Midd. 1819; 
teacher PA. 1820-21; a.p. East Lyme, Ct. 1821-22; ord. Apr. 16, 
1823; p. Brandon, Vt. 1823-29; Kennebunk, Me. 1829-30; prof. 
Sac. Lit. West. Res. 1830-33; pres. Oneida Lit. and Theol. Inst. 
Whitesboro, N.Y. 1833^3 ; p. Whitesboro 1843-67 and w.c. from 
1867; d. May 4, 1874. 



ALUMNI 1822 69 

Benjamin Hale (1819-20) b. Newbury, Mass. Nov. 23, 1797; Dart. 
1814-15; Bowd. 1818 and tutor 1820-22; prin. Gardiner (Me.) 
Lyceum 1822-27; prof. Chem. and Min. Dart. 1827-35; ord. 
(Epis.) deacon Sept. 28, 1828; priest Jan. 6, 1831; pres. Hobart 
1836-58; res. Newburyport, Mass. from 1858; d. July 15, 1863. 
M.D. hon. Dart. 1827; D.D. Columb. 1836. 

Joseph Hurlbut (1819-21) b. New London, Ct. Aug. 22, 1799; Yale 
1818; Princ. Sem. 1821-22; a.p. First Presb. ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
1822-23; ord. Oct. 25, 1823; p. Third Presb. ch. Albany 1823- 
26; w.c. but engaged in relig. work, N.Y. City 1826-32; res. New 
London, Ct. from-1832, p. Second Cong. ch. 1835-38; in S.S. and 
temp, work, and preaching at Mohegan Indian Mission ch. 1838- 
62; chap. U.S.A. Fort Trumbull 1862-67; d. New London June 5, 
1875. 

William Kirkland (1819-20) b. Mar. 4, 1800; from Utica, N.Y.; 
Ham. 1818, tutor 1820-25 and prof. Latin 1825-27; prin. acad. 
Geneva; teacher Detroit, Mich.; founded Pinckney, Mich. 1840; 
res. N.Y. City from 1844 ; ed. Enquirer; d. Newburg Oct. 18, 1846. 

Roswell Mills (1819-21) b. Apr. 23, 1793; from Johnstown, N.Y.; 
Midd. 1819; d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, Apr. 11, 
1821. 

Jonathan Coleman Southmayd (1819-20) b. Middletown, Ct. Feb. 
5, 1798; Midd. 1817; teacher PA. 1820; tutor Midd. 1820-23; 
prin. Montpelier (Vt.) Acad. 1823-35; teacher Burlington 1835- 
36; res. Rutland, teaching and occas. preaching, from 1836; 
d. Oct. 7, 1838. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Louis Dwight Class of 1819. 

James Delap Farnsworth b. Groton, Mass. Sept. 11, 1793; Harv. 
1818; Harv. Div. Sch. 1821; ord. Jan. 21, 1823; p. Orford, N.H. 
1823-32; Paxton, Mass. 1835-40; Boxboro 1842-49v; North Chel- 
sea (now Revere) 1850-53; Scotland ch. Bridgewater from 1853; 
chap. Mass. Senate; d. Nov. 12, 1854. 

Joel Harvey Linsley b. Cornwall, Vt. July 16, 1790; Midd. 1811 
and tutor 1813-15; lawyer Middlebury 1815-21; h.m. S.C. 1822- 
23; ord. Feb. 25, 1824; p. South ch. Hartford, Ct. 1824-32; 
Park St. ch. Boston 1832-35; pres. Marietta 1835-46; agt West- 
ern Coll. Soc. 1846-47; p. Second ch. Greenwich, Ct. from 1847; 
d. Mar. 22, 1868. D.D. Midd. 1837. 

Richard Cary Morse Class of 1817. 

Thomas Mather Smith Class of 1820. 



70 ALUMNI 1823 

1823 

GRADUATES 

Solomon Adams b. Middleton, Mass. May 30, 1797; P. A.; Harv. 
1820; prin. Washington Acad. East Machias, Me. 1823-28; ord. 
West Falls, Machias Mar. 1, 1825; prin. young ladies' sch. Port- 
land 1828-40 and Boston 1840-56; res. Auburndale, Mass. from 
1856; d. July 20, 1870. 

Leonard Bacon b. Detroit, Mich. Feb. 19, 1802; Yale 1820; res. lie. 
1824; ord. Windsor, Ct. Sept. 28, 1824; p. First ch. New Haven 
1825-66, emer. from 1866; acting prof. Sys. Theol. Yale Sem. 
1866-71, lecturer on Ch. Polity and Amer. Ch. Hist. 1871-81; 
Southworth lecturer on Congregationalism, And. Sem. 1866-69; 
fellow Yale; author; delivered Commemorative Discourse at 
semi-centennial of Seminary, Aug. 5, 1858; d. New Haven Dec. 
24, 1881. D.D. Ham. 1842; LL.D. Harv. 1870. 

Heman Miller Blodgett b. Randolph, Vt. Aug. 8, 1795; Univ. Vt. 
1820; teacher P.A. 1821-22; ord. Boxford, Mass. Sept. 30, 1824; 
h.m. (Presb.) and planter Dawfuskie and Hilton Head Islands, 
S.C. 1824-53; res. Princeton, N.J. 1853-60; agt N.J. Col'n Soe. 
1853-60; res. Muncy, Pa. 1860-67; Princeton, N.J. from 1867; 
d. Pawtucket, R.I. Nov. 1, 1877. 

Joseph Hunt Breck b. Northampton, Mass. July 9, 1798 ; Yale 1818 ; 
ord. Amherst, Mass. Feb. 4, 1824; h.m. West. Res. O. 1824-27; 
p. Andover 1827-29; Brecksville 1829-32; teacher Cleveland 
1833-35 and res. there 1835-43; Newburg from 1843; d. Cleve- 
land June 21, 1880. 

William Lewis Buffett b. Greenwich, Ct. Apr. 22, 1799; Yale 1819; 
h.m. Me. and N.Y. 1823-25; ord. June 27, 1827; p. Atwater, 0. 
1825-33; Ruggles 1834-35; Franklin 1836; Tamworth, N.H. 
1837-42; h.m. DePuyster, N.Y. 1843^4; p. Sylvania, O.; (Presb.) 
La Salle, Mich. 1845-52; Perrysville, Ind. from 1853; d. Aug. 
29, 1856. 

John Langdon Burnap b. Windham, Vt. Dec. 28, 1792; Midd. 1819; 
prin. Castleton Sem. 1819-20; agt Vt. Dom. Miss'y Soc. 1823- 
24; h.m. in West 1824-25; farmer Windham, Vt. from 1825; d. 
West Townshend Jan. 17, 1876. 

Moses Chase b. Hopkinton, N.H. Mar. 14, 1796; Dart. 1820; h.m. 
N.H. 1823; ord. Feb. 22, 1826; p. First Presb. ch. Plattsburg, 
N.Y. 1826-35; (Cong.) Clinton 1835-40; West Brookfield, Mass. 
1842^4; gen. agt Amer. Col'n Soc. for N.Y.; p. Mooers, N.Y. 
1852-56; Brasher Falls 1857-59; Stockholm 1860-61; w.c. Platts- 
burg and Norwood from 1861 ; d. Dec. 31, 1878. 



ALUMNI 1823 71 

Benjamin Franklin Clarke b. Granby, Mass. Jan. 18, 1792; Wms. 
1820; ord. Feb. 4, 1824; p. Buckland 1824-39; North Chelsea 
(now Revere) 1839-42; Rowe 1842-50; North Orange 1852-54; 
Winehendon 1855-65; w.c. Needham (now Wellesley) from 1865; 
d. Nov. 16, 1872. 

Nathan Welby Fiske b. Weston, Mass. Apr. 17, 1798; Dart. 1817 
and tutor 1818-20; ord. Salem, Mass. Sept. 25, 1823; miss'y 
among seamen Savannah, Ga. 1823-24; prof. Latin and Greek 
Amh. 1824-25, 1833-36, prof. Greek 1825-33 and prof. Mor. Phil, 
and Met. from 1836; d. Jerusalem, Syria May 27, 1847. 

Edmund Frost b. Brattleboro, Vt. Nov. 16, 1791; Midd. 1820; ord. 
Salem, Mass. Sept. 25, 1823; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Bombay, India 
from 1823; d. Oct. 18, J.825. 

Jacob Cram Goss b. Henniker, N.H. June 4, 1793; Dart. 1820; h.m. 
Ga. 1822-24; ord. Dec. 8, 1824; p. Topsham, Me. 1824-35, also 
Second ch. Warren 1831-32; Woolwich 1832-43; First ch. San- 
ford 1843-50; Second ch. Wells 1851-55; Randolph, Vt. 1856-58; 
d. Concord, N.H. Apr. 21, 1860. 

Elnathan Gridley b. Farmington, Ct. Aug. 3, 1796; Yale 1819; agt 
A.B.CF.M. 1823-24; ord. Park St. ch. Boston Aug. 25, 1825; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Smyrna, Turkey from 1825; d. Caesarea Sept. 
27, 1827. 

Joseph Hyde from Fairfield, Ct.; Yale 1820; d. Litchfield Dec. 27, 
1824. 

Chester Isham b. West Hartford, Ct. Mar. 29, 1798; Yale 1820; ord. 
Feb. 18, 1824; p. Trin. ch. Taunton, Mass. from 1824; d. Boston 
Apr. 20, 1825. 

James Kimball b. Bradford, Mass. Oct. 5, 1797; Midd. 1820; h.m. 
Vt. 1823-25; ord. Jan. 13, 1825; p. Townshend 1825-30; city 
miss'y Boston 1830-32; Oakham, Mass. 1832-60; w.c. St. Louis, 
Mo. from 1860; d. Mar. 16, 1861. 

George Porter King b. Norwich, Ct. Jan. 18, 1797; Ham. 1820; h.m. 
Walterboro and Jacksonboro, S.C. 1823-25; ord.; p. Henrietta, 
N.Y. 1826-29; Hornellsville 1832-33 and Ossian 1832-34; Port- 
ageville 1834-35; w.c. Mich. 1835^11; p. Lima 1841-42; (Presb.) 
Brownstown 1842-44; (Cong.) Grand Blanc 1844-46; (Presb.) 
Fentonville 1846-50; w.c. Jackson from 1851; d. Mar. 26, 1863. 

William Watson Niles b. West Fairlee, Vt. Nov. 29, 1796; Dart. 
1820; teacher PA. 1821-23; ord. Bradford, Mass. Aug. 13, 1823; 
h.m. Tenn. 1823-24 and O. 1824; p. Maiden, Mass. 1824-25; 
Holden 1829-31; ord. (Epis.) deacon Apr. 13, 1834; priest Apr. 
24, 1836; r. Rome, N.Y.; Kingston, R.I.; d. La Porte, Ind. June 
8, 1854. 



72 ALUMNI 1823 

Isaac Oakes b. Hawley, Mass. June 10, 1795; Wms. 1820; ord. 
Salem Sept. 25, 1823; h.m.; p. First Presb. ch. Westfield, N.Y. 
1824-31; Warsaw and East Bethany 1831-34; Lancaster 1834- 
39; East Evans and Bethany 1840-49; Riga 1849-52; Oakland 
1853-58; w.c. Nunda from 1858; d. July 4, 1876. 

Horatio Adams Parsons b. Northampton, Mass. Mar. 27, 1797; 
Wms. 1820; ord. May 20, 1824; p. Manchester, Vt. 1824-26; 
(Presb.) Niagara Falls, N.Y. 1827-29; merchant Buffalo; res. 
Niagara; d. Sept. 4, 1873. 

Solomon Peck b. Providence, R.I. Jan. 25, 1800; Brown 1816; ord. 
(Bapt.) Providence Dec. 5, 1823; city miss'y Charleston, S.C. 
1824; p. North Yarmouth, Me. 1824-25; prof. Latin and Hebrew 
Amh. 1825-32; p. Gloucester, Mass. 1834; Weston 1835; asst 
cor. sec. Amer. Bapt. Miss'y Union 1835-38; for. sec. 1838-58; 
p. Beaufort, S.C. 1862-65; chap. Disabled Soldiers' Home, Bos- 
ton and sec. Freedman's Educ. Soc. ; d. Rochester, N.Y. June 12, 
1874. D.D. Waterville 1849, Brown 1851. 

Urias Powers b. Croydon, N.H. May 12, 1791; Dart. 1818; ord. 
Weathersfield, Vt. Oct. 1823; h.m. S.C. 1823-24; h.m. Cheraw 
1825-27 and p. (Presb.) 1827-34; agt Amer. S.S. Union 1834; 
agt Presb. Board of Dom. Missions 1834-35; p. Darlington, S.C. 
1835-37; Salem, Va. 1837-52; Big Lick 1853-61, 1862-64 and 
w.c. from 1864; d. Feb. 12, 1869. 

William Shedd b. Amherst (now Mont Vernon), N.H. July 16, 1797; 
Dart. 1819; ord. Bradford, Mass. Aug. 13, 1823; seamen's chap. 
New Orleans, La. 1823-24; h.m. of Ct. Miss'y Soc. and teacher 
New Orleans ; p. First ch. Abington, Mass. from 1829 ; d. Nov. 11, 
1830. 

George Sheldon b. West Suffield, Ct. Aug. 26, 1797; Yale 1819; ord. 
Salem, Mass. Sept. 25, 1823; h.m.; agt Amer. S.S. Union in O. 
and p. Painesville 1823-25; p. Franklin 1825-30 and 1836-37; 
agt Amer. Bible Soc. 1829-36; agt West. Res. 1837-54; w.c. 
Monticello, Ind. 1854-56; Belief ontaine, O.; d. Colfax, Io. June 
14, 1873. 

Samuel Austin Worcester b. Worcester, Mass. Jan. 19, 1798; Univ. 
Vt. 1819; ord. Park St. ch. Boston Aug. 25, 1825; miss'y A.B.C. 
F.M. to Cherokees, Tenn. and Ga. 1825-35; removed with the 
Nation to Ind. Ter. 1835; translated parts of Bible, a hymn book 
and other literature; d. Park Hill, Cherokee Nation, Apr. 20, 
1859. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1857. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Horace Publius Bogue (1820-21) b. Winchester, Ct. Dec. 22, 1796; 
Ham. 1820; ord. Jan. 6, 1823; p. (Presb.) Gilbertsville, N.Y. 



ALUMNI 1823 78 

1823-29; Norwich 1829-33; Vernon 1833^0; agt N.Y. Col'n Soc. 
1840-42 and 1852-62; instrumental in establishing Liberia Coll. 
Africa; p. Seneca Falls 1842-50; agt Jewish Mission 1850-52; p. 
Preble 1862-64; East Hamburg 1864-66; w.c. Buffalo from 1866; 
d. Jan. 15, 1872. D.D. Liberia Coll. 

William Arms Chapin (1820-21) res. stu. b. Newport, N.H. Dec. 8, 
.1790; Dart. 1816; ord. Sept. 25, 1822; p. Craftsbury, Vt. 1822- 
34; Greensboro from 1835; d. Nov. 27, 1850. 

John Dickson (1820-21) b. Charleston, S.C. Nov. 4, 1795; Yale 
1814 ; ord. Charleston, Mar. 20, 1825 ; prof. Lang. Charleston Coll. 
1823-24, prof. Mor. Phil. 1824-38; supplied various churches in 
S.C; afterwards teacher Asheville, N.C. and founder of male 
and female academies; d. Sept. 28, 1847. 

Judah Ely (1820-22) b. Lyme, Ct. May 6, 1796; Wms. 1820; h.m. 
Isles of Shoals 1822-23; res. Buffalo, N.Y. and in Eng.; d. Phila- 
delphia, Pa. Oct. 7, 1843. 

Israel Newell (1819-20, 1821-22) b. Durham, Me. Apr. 5, 1794; 
Bowd. 1819; teacher Nantucket, Mass.; prin. Kimball Union 
Acad. Meriden, N.H. 1822-35; p. New Gloucester, Me. 1837; w.c. 
East Durham from 1838; d. Feb. 9, 1846. 

William Page (1820-21) from Middlebury, Vt.; Midd. 1818; ord. 
(Presb.) Sept. 10, 1823; h.m. Mich. 1823-24; p. Fredonia, N.Y. 
1824-26; Ann Arbor, Mich. 1826-30; agt Amer. H.M. Soc. Ct. 
and N.Y. 1830, Mich. 1835-36 and N.Y. 1846; p. Poughkeepsie, 
N.Y. 1832-34; Chagrin Falls, 0. 1847-48; Hillsdale, Mich. 1848- 
49; Allegan 1849-50; Three Rivers 1851-54; d. May 25, 1856. 

Gideon Lane Soule (1820-21) b. Freeport, Me. July 25, 1796; Bowd. 
1818; teacher P.A. 1820-21; teacher Phillips Exeter Acad. 1818- 
19, prof. Anc. Lang. 1822-38, prin. 1838-73 and emer. from 1873; 
d. Exeter, N.H. May 28, 1879. LL.D. Harv. 1856. 

Marshall Southard (1820-22) b. Ward (now Auburn), Mass. Mar. 
14, 1796; Dart. 1820; ord. Newbury, Vt. Dec. 20, 1829; never 
settled in ministry; farmer Newbury 1830-50; Lyme, N.H. from 
1850; d. Mar. 12, 1857. 

Elijah Thayer (1820-21) b. Buckland, Mass. Nov. 23, 1793; Wms. 
1820; went to S.C. in 1824; last heard from in 1829. 

John Milton Waldo (1820) b. Suffield, Ct. Aug. 25, 1797; Harv. 
1818; d. Charlestown, Mass. while a member of Seminary, Dec. 
8, 1820. 

John West (1820-22) b. Boston Nov. 13, 1794; Harv. 1813; lawyer; 
ord. (Epis.) deacon May 11, 1823; priest 1825; r. St. Thomas's 
ch. Taunton, Mass. 1827-32; Zion ch. Newport, R.I. 1832-42; St. 
John's ch. Bangor, Me. 1842-46; miss'y at large, R.I.; res. 
Bristol; Providence; d. June 6, 1870. 



74 ALUMNI 1824 

Henry -Clark Wright (1819-21, 1822-23) b. Sharon, Ct. Aug. 29, 
1797; a.p. Warner, N.H. 1824-26; ord. June 21, 1826; p. First 
ch. West Newbury, Mass. 1826-33; agt Amer. S.S. Union 1833- 
34; in mission work Boston 1834-36; prominent in anti-slavery 
agitation; d. Pawtucket, R.I. Aug. 16, 1870. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

• 

Austin Dickinson b. Amherst, Mass. Feb. 15, 1791 ; Dart. 1813 ; Princ. 
Sem. 1817-18 ; estab. Family Visitor in Va. ; agt Amh. Coll. 1822- 
26; ord. Amherst Apr. 19, 1826; estab. and edited National 
Preacher N.Y. City 1826-38; agt N.Y. Observer 1838-44; d. N.Y. 
City Aug. 15, 1849. 

Thomas Leffingwell Shipman Class of 1821. 

Horace Smith Class of 1821. 

Thomas Cogswell Upham (1821-23) Class of 1821. 



1824 

GRADUATES 

Nathaniel Bouton b. Norwalk, Ct. June 29, 1797; Yale 1821; ord. 
May 23, 1825; p. First ch. Concord, N.H. 1825-67 and w.c. from 
1867; ed. and compiler Provincial Records of N.H. and author 
of other historical publications; trustee Dart.; d. June 6, 1878. 
D.D. Dart. 1851. 

Milton Palmer Braman b. Rowley (now Georgetown), Mass. Aug. 6, 
1799; P.A.; Harv. 1819; ord. Apr. 12, 1826; p. First ch. Dan- 
vers 1826-61 and w.c. 1863-68; Auburndale from 1869; d. Apr. 
10, 1882. D.D. Dart. 1852, Harv. 1854. 

Caleb Burbank b. Boscawen, N.H. Aug. 12, 1792; P.A.; Dart. 1821; 
h.m. N.H. 1824-26; ord. Boscawen Apr. 5, 1827; h.m. p.* Chester 
and Kirtland, 0. 1827-29; Madison 1829-34; Mesopotamia and 
Bloomfield 1834-37; Brecksville 1838-40; (Presb.) Chatham 
1840-55 and w.c. 1855-68; Stamford, N.Y. from 1868; d. Oct. 5, 
1876. 

Frederick Edwards Cannon b. Greenwich, Mass. Jan. 20, 1800; 
Wms. 1821; Union 1822; ord. Williamstown, Vt. Oct. 11, 1825; 
agt A.B.C.F.M. in Me. and Vt. 1824-26; p. Ludlow 1826-31, also 
Cavendish 1826-27; (Presb.) Potsdam, N.Y. 1831-35; gen. agt 
and dist. sec. A.B.C.F.M. in N.Y. 1835-62; res. Geneva from 
1836; d. Apr. 7, 1891. D.D. Ham. 1851. 

Plummer Chase b. Newbury, Mass. Mar. 13, 1794; Bowd. 1821; ord. 
West Falls, Machias, Me. Mar. 1, 1825; h.m. Me. and Mass. 1825- 
27; p. Carver 1828-35; d. Newbury Sept. 17, 1837. 



ALUMNI 1824 H 

George Cowles b. New Hartford, Ct. Mar. 11, 1798; P. A.; Yale 1821; 
ord. Taunton, Mass. Jan. 18, 1826; p. South Danvers (now Pea- 
body) from 1827; "perished in the wreck of the steamship 
Home, near Cape Hatteras," Oct. 9, 1837. 

Samuel Hooker Cowles b. Farmington, Ct. Mar. 5, 1798; Yale 1821; 
d. Farmington Feb. 1, 1827. 

Oman Eastman b. Amherst, Mass. Mar. 27, 1796; Yale 1821; agt 
A.B.C.F.M. in N.H. 1824-25; ord. Boston Aug. 27, 1828; agt 
Amer. Tract Soc. N.Y. City 1825-26, sec. Boston 1827-28 and 
gen. agt for Miss. Valley 1827-30; gen. agt Lane Sem. and 
A.B.C.F.M. 1831; sec. Amer. Tract Soc. N.Y. City 1832-70 and 
hon. sec. from 1870; d. Apr. 24, 1874. 

Isaac Esty b. Sutton, Mass. Apr. 24, 1796; Yale 1821; h.m. Chesh- 
ire Co. N.H. 1826-29; ord. Jan. 29, 1829; p. Cape Elizabeth, 
Me. 1829-31; Bridgton 1832; w.c. Westmoreland, N.H. 1832^0; 
Westminster, Vt. 1840-45 and p. 1845-46; Bethlehem and Fran- 
conia, N.H. 1846-51; w.c. Westminster, Vt. 1851-53 and p. 1853- 
55; Lunenburg 1855; res. Amherst, Mass. from 1855; p. Heath 
1859-60; d. July 31, 1875. 

Joseph Ives Foot b. Watertown, Ct. Nov. 17, 1796; P. A.; Union 
1821; ord. Boxf ord, Mass. Sept. 30, 1824; h.m. S.C. 1824-25; 
Epping, N.H. 1825-26; p. West Brookfield, Mass. 1826-32 ; Salina, 
N.Y. 1833-35; Cortland 1835-37; (Presb.) Knoxville, Tenn. 1839- 
40; pres. elect Washington Coll. Tenn. 1840; d. from accident 
while on his way to be inaugurated, Apr. 21, 1840. D.D. Wash. 
Coll. 1840. 

Stephen Foster b. (North) Andover, Mass. Feb. 15, 1798; Dart. 
1821; ord. Boxf ord, Mass. Sept. 30, 1824; h.m. Tex.; teacher 
Estellville, Va. 1824-26; prof. Latin and Greek Greeneville Coll. 
Tenn. 1826-27; prof. Latin and Greek East Tenn. Coll. (now 
Univ. Tenn.) 1827-34 and pres. from 1834; d. Knoxville Jan. 11, 
1835. 

John Flavel Griswold b. Greenfield, Mass. Apr. 14, 1795; Yale 1821; 
ord. Shelburne, Mass. Nov. 8, 1825; h.m. N.H. 1825-28; p. South 
Hadley Falls, Mass. 1828-32; Fayetteville, Vt. 1834-39; Hart- 
land 1839-44; Washington, N.H. 1845-66; w.c. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
(res. Bernardston, Mass. in summer) from 1866; d. Feb. 15, 1872. 

Lemuel Hall b. Sutton, Mass. Aug. 17, 1794; Brown 1820; h.m. 
Franconia, N.H. 1824; ord. Feb. 7, 1827; h.m. p. (Presb.) De 
Kalb 1826-28; Annisville 1828-29; Holland and Wales 1829-30; 
Hamburg 1830-32; Bethany 1833; Sparta 1834; Mt. Morris 1835; 
Centreville 1836-38; Geneva, Wis. 1838-40; Virginia Settlement, 
111. 1839-46; w.c. Geneva, Wis. 1846-65; Racine from 1865; d. 
Apr. 9, 1868. 



76 ALUMNI 1824 

Orramel Strong Hinckley b. Thetford, Vt. Sept. 13, 1790; P. A.; 
Dart. 1819, preceptor Moor's Charity Sch. 1820-21 and tutor 
1821-22; teacher Sylvan Acad. Ky. ; prof. Lang. Greeneville 
Coll. Tenn. ; teacher Lexington, Ky. ; prof. Lang. Oakland Coll. 
Miss.; d. Natchez Sept. 14, 1837. 

Elbridge Gerry Howe b. Paxton, Mass. Aug. 14, 1799; Brown 1821; 
ord. South Wilbraham, Mass. Oct. 6, 1824; h.m. 111. 1824-27 and 
N.E. 1828-31; p. Southwick, Mass. 1831-32; Halifax 1832-35; 
East Marshfield 1836-38; h.m. 111. 1838-49; w.c. Waukegan 1850- 
69; Paxton, Mass. 1869-82; Waukegan, 111. from 1882; d. June 
4, 1884. 

Ova Phelps Hoyt b. New Haven, Vt. May 25, 1800; Midd. 1821; 
ord. Jan. 18, 1826; p. (Presb.) Potsdam, N.Y. 1825-30; agt 
Amer. H.M. Soc. 1830-34; p. Third ch. Utica 1834-35 and ed. 
Western Recorder; p. Cambridge 1835-38; First ch. Detroit, 
Mich. 1839-40; Kalamazoo 1840-49 and Second ch. 1849-52; 
dist. sec. A.B.C.F.M. 1852-60; p. Elkhart, Io. 1860-63; w.c. 
Kalamazoo, Mich, from 1863; d. Feb. 11, 1866. D.D. Midd. 1856. 

William Worthington Hunt b. Belchertown, Mass. Sept. 7, 1796; 
Wms. 1820; ord. Mar. 7, 1827; p. North ch. Amherst from 1827; 
d. Oct. 5, 1837. 

Henry Jones b. Hartford, Ct. Oct. 15, 1801; Yale 1820; ord. Oct. 12, 
1825; p. New Britain 1825-27; prin. High School for Young 
Ladies Greenfield, Mass. 1828-38; prin. " Cottage School" 
Bridgeport, Ct. 1838-65 and res. there after; d. Nov. 9, 1878. 

Daniel Lancaster b. Acworth, N.H. Nov. 30, 1796; Dart. 1821; ord. 
Sept. 21, 1825; p. First ch. Gilmanton 1825-32 and Centre ch. 
1832-52; Fisherville (now Penacook), Boscawen 1853-54; Mid- 
dletown, N.Y. 1855-59; w.c. N.Y. City from 1859; d. May 28, 

1880. 

Rodolphus Landfear b. East Hartford (now Manchester), Ct. Nov. 
2, 1794; Yale 1821; h.m. Western N.Y. 1825-26; agt Ct. Bible 
Soc. 1828; ord. Hartford July 1, 1828; S.S. Agency Hartford 
1828; p. Montville 1829-32; Bozrahville 1832-34; p. and teacher 
Westford; w.c. North Coventry 1843-49; Manchester 1849-56; 
Hartford from 1856; d. Sept. 30, 1880. 

Erastus Maltby b. Northford, Ct. Dec. 2, 1796; Yale 1821; ord. 
Windsor Sept. 28, 1824; h.m. p. Marietta, O. 1824-25; p. Trin. 
ch. Taunton, Mass. 1826-70 and emer. from 1870; d. Mar. 28, 
1883. 

Samuel Marsh b. Danville, Vt. July 3, 1796; P.A.; Dart. 1821; ord. 
Brownington, Vt. Jan. 31, 1825; h.m. p. Derby Centre, Danville 
and Pomfret 1825-27; p. Mooers, N.Y. ; colporteur Montreal, 
Can. 1830-31; p. Beekmanton, Sweden and Sennett, N.Y. 1831- 



ALUMNI 1824 77 

38; w.c. Danville, Vt. 1838-42; p. Hardwick, Walden and Marsh- 
field; Plainfield 1842^5; w.c. Wolcott 1845-52; p. Second eh. 
Underhill 1852-54 and w.c. from 1854; d. Apr. 1, 1874. 

James Noyes b. Wallingford, Ct. Dec. 8, 1798; Union 1821; ord. 
Boxford, Mass. Sept. 30, 1824; h.m. N.H., Vt. and Ct. 1824-26; 
p. Middlefield 1829-39; teacher Haddam, 1840-41; p. Cutchogue, 
N.Y. 1842; Burlington, Ct. 1843-46; res. Haddam from 1847; 
teacher 1847-60 and p. 1848; Hadlyme 1851-52; Hamburg 1852- 
53; d. Oct. 11, 1869. 

Edward Palmer b. Charleston, S.C. Dec. 25, 1788; ord. Boxford, 
Mass. Sept. 30, 1824; p. Dorchester, S.C. 1824-27; (Presb.) Wal- 
terboro 1827-31, 1843-55 and 1861-74; Prince William's Parish 
1831^3 and 1855-60; w.c. Barnwell from 1874; d. Sept. 30, 
1882. A.M. hon. Yale 1824. 

Joshua Payne Payson b. Pomfret, Ct. Aug. 15, 1800; P.A.; Yale 
1819; teacher P.A. 1823; h.m. in South 1824-27; ord. Falmouth, 
Mass. June 26, 1828; p. Chilmark and Tisbury 1827-30; w.c. 
Pomfret, Ct. and Abington in Pomfret from 1830; d. Apr. 29, 
1871. 

Ora Pearson b. Chittenden, Vt. Oct. 6, 1797; Midd. 1820; a.p. 
Gaines, N.Y. 1824-25; ord. Mar. 7, 1827; p. Kingston, N.H. 
1826-34; Barton, Vt. 1834-36; h.m. Compton, Can. 1836-39; p. 
Barton and Glover, Vt. 1839-44; agt Amer. Tract Soc. 1845-51; 
res. Peacham from 1851; d. July 5, 1858. 

John Richards b. Farmington, Ct. May 14, 1797; Yale 1821; agt 
A.B.C.F.M. 1825; ord. Dec. 2, 1827; p. Woodstock, Vt. 1827-31 
and teacher 1837-41; assoc. ed. Vt Chronicle, Windsor 1831- 
37 and teacher; p. College ch. Hanover, N.H. from 1841; d. 
Mar. 29, 1859. D.D. Dart. 1845. 

Zabdiel Rogers b. Groton, Ct. Oct. 2, 1793; Yale 1820; ord. Boxford, 
Mass. Sept. 30, 1824; h.m. St. John's Island, S.C. 1824-29; p. 
Willton (from 1829?); d. Charleston Nov. 22, 1852. 

Samuel Russell b. Bow, N.H. Sept. 24, 1798; Dart. 1821; ord. June 
21, 1826; p. Boylston, Mass. 1826-32; Norwich (now Hunting- 
ton) from 1832; d. Jan. 27, 1835. 

Horace Sessions b. Jan. 28, 1794; from Wilbraham, Mass.; Ham. 
1821; ord. South Wilbraham, Mass. Oct. 6, 1824; agt Amer. 
Col'n Soc. Africa from 1824; d. on homeward passage Mar. 4, 
1826. 

John Sherer b. Bridgewater, Pa. 1791 ; Ham. 1821 ; ord. Sept. 1825 ; 
p. (Presb.) Litchfield, N.H. 1825-27 and w.c. 1828; p. Colesville, 
N.Y. 1830-31; Pembroke 1831-33; Wysox, Pa. 1836-37; Gibson 
1837-38; teacher Eddyville, Ky. 1838 and elsewhere until 1854; 
w.c. Pleasant Ridge, O. from 1854; d. Feb. 14, 1863. 



78 ALUMNI 1824 

Joseph Piatt Taylor b. Danbury, Ct. Aug. 9, 1794; Yale 1814; d. 
New Haven May 14, 1825. 

Royal Washburn b. Royalton, Vt. Dec. 6, 1797; Univ. Vt. 1820 and 
tutor 1820-22; teacher P. A. 1823-24; ord. Boxford, Mass. Sept. 
30, 1824; h.m. New Orleans, La. 1824-25; p. First ch. Amherst, 
Mass. from 1826; d. Jan. 1, 1833. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Samuel Barrett (1821-23) b. Quincy, Mass. July 10, 1801; Harv. 
1820; teacher Charlestown 1823-25; Cambridge 1825-27; prin. 
Adams Sch. Boston 1828-52 and Hawes Sch. South Boston 1852- 
65; clerk in U.S. Patent Office, Washington from 1865; d. Mid- 
dleboro, Mass. Apr. 28, 1877. 

William Case (1821-23) b. Winchester, Ct. Apr. 25, 1794; Yale 
1821; ord. Sept. 1, 1824; p. Chester 1824-35; New Hartford 
1835-36; w.c. East Windsor 183&-42; p. Middle Haddam 1842- 
44; teacher Haddam 1844-46; p. North Madison 1846-47 and 
w.c. from 1847; d. Hartford Apr. 28, 1858. 

John Payne Cleaveland (1821-22) b. Byfield, Rowley, Mass. July 19, 
1799; Bowd. 1821; teacher Wolfeboro (N.H.) Acad. 1822-24; 
Rochester 1824-25; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Phillips Exeter 
Acad. 1825-26; ord. Feb. 14, 1827; p. Tabernacle ch. Salem, Mass. 
1827-34; First Presb. ch. Detroit, Mich. 1835-38; agt and pres. 
elect Marshall Coll. Mich. 1838-43, also p. Marshall and Ann 
Arbor; Second Presb. ch. Cincinnati, O. 18 11 1 6; (Cong.) Benef- 
icent ch. Providence, R.I. 1846-53; First ch. Northampton, Mass. 
1853-55; Appleton St. ch. Lowell 1855-62; chap. 30th Mass. 
Vols. 1862; p. Mattapoisett 1865-67; Billerica 1867-69; w.c. 
Ipswich and Newburyport from 1869; chap. Mass. Senate 1857; 
d. Mar. 7, 1873. D.D. Marietta 1844. 

William Cutter (1821-23) b. North Yarmouth, Me. May 15, 1801; 
Bowd. 1821; merchant Portland; res. N.Y. City 1839-46; Bedford 
from 1846; in business and lit. work; overseer Bowd.; d. Feb. 8, 
1867. 

Henry Edwin Dwight (1821-23) b. New Haven, Ct. Apr. 19, 1797; 
Yale 1815; foreign travel and study at Univ. Gottingen 1824- 
28; prin. New Haven Gymnasium 1828-31; d. New Haven Aug. 
11, 1832. Son of Dr. Timothy Dwight, visitor. 

Josiah Fletcher Goodhue (1821-22) b. Westminster, Vt. Dec. 31, 
1791; Midd. 1821 and tutor 1822-23; ord. May 27, 1824; p. 
Williston 1823-33; Shoreham 1834^57; w.c. Whitewater, Wis. 
from 1858 ; d. May 3, 1863. 

Roswell Goodwin (1821-24) b. 1799; from New Hartford, Ct.; Yale 
1821; d. New Hartford, while a member of Seminary, Jan. 25, 
1824. 



ALUMNI 1824 79 

John Hotchkin (1821-23) b. Guilford, Ct. Mar. 25, 1794; Union 
1821; prin. acad. Lenox, Mass. 1823-49 and teacher of private 
pupils from 1849 ; d. Feb. 19, 1862. 

Orson V. Howell (1821-22) from Durham, N.Y.; Union 1821; Gen. 
Theol. Sem. (1825); ord. (Epis.) deacon July 31, 1825; left the 
ministry ; lawyer Nashville, Tenn. ; d. before 1843. 

William McDougall (1821-22) b. Gorham, Me. Mar. 1, 1797; Bowd. 
1820 and tutor 1822-24; physician Dixmont, Me. 1827; Athens, 
Pa. 1828-34; Wetumpka, Ala. 1835-38 and teacher 1838-41; 
prin. Diocesan Sch. Charleston, S.C. 1841-46; teacher Wetumpka, 
Ala. from 1846; d. June 9, 1852. 

Samuel Bulkley Mattocks (1821-22) b. Middlebury, Vt. Dec. 14, 
1802; Midd. 1821; lawyer and banker Danville; clerk of courts; 
register and judge of Probate; representative; mem. Const. 
Conv. ; senator; banker Lyndon from 1853; d. Feb. 28, 1887. 

John Mitchell (1821-22) b. Chester, Ct. Dec. 29, 1794; Yale 1821; 
ed. Christian Spectator New Haven 1823-28; ord. Dec. 8, 1830; 
p. First ch. Fairhaven 1830-36; Edwards ch. Northampton, 
Mass. 1836-42; lit. work Stratford, Ct. from 1842; d. Apr. 28, 
1870. 

Amasa Corbin Moore (1821-22) b. Champlain, N.Y. Apr. 3, 1801; 
Midd. 1821 ; lawyer Plattsburg, N.Y. ; d. Jan. 30, 1865. 

Swan Lyman Pomeroy (1821-24) b. Warwick, Mass. Mar. 4, 1799; 
Brown 1820; teacher P. A. 1822-23; ord. Aug. 31, 1825; p. First 
ch. Bangor, Me. 1825-48; cor. sec. A.B.C.F.M. 1848-59; res. Port- 
land 1859-66; clerk in State Dept Washington, also sup. colored 
Presb. ch. 1866-68; res. Sunderland, Mass. from 1868; overseer 
Bowd. ; d. Mar. 17, 1869. D.D. Bowd. 1847, Brown 1848. 

William Augustus Porter (1821-22) b. Spencertown, N.Y. Oct. 3, 
1798; Wms. 1818 and tutor 1819-21; Princ. Sem. 1822-23; ord. 
by Presb 'y of Columbia, N.Y. Sept. 19, 1827; prof. Greek and 
Latin Univ. Vt. 1825-27; prof. Mor. Phil, and Rhet. Wms. from 
1827; d. Williamstown, Mass. Apr. 30, 1830. 

Ralph Shepard (1821-24) b. Little Compton, R.I. May 24, 1799; 
Brown 1821; d. Amherst, Mass. while a member of Seminary, 
Jan. 24, 1824. 

Elisha Noyes Sill (1821-23) b. Windsor, Ct. Jan. 6, 1801; Yale 
1820 and res. grad. 1823-24; manufacturer and banker Cuyahoga 
Falls, O.; representative; senator; state fund com'r; d. Apr. 26, 
1888. 

John Smith (1821-23) b.. Preston, pt. July 28, 1785; physician 
Stonington Point; ord. Feb. 14, 1826; p. Second Presb. ch. 
Genoa 1826 and physician 1826-35; res. Mecca, O. from 1835; 
, d. Jan. 16, 1863. 



80 ALUMNI 1824 

John Smith (1821-23) b. Wethersfield, Ct. Sept. 2, 1796; Yale 1821; 
Princ. Sem. 1823-24; ord. May 8, 1826; p. (Preab.) Trenton, N.J. 
1825-28; First oh. Exeter, N.H. 1829-38; Wilton, Ct. 1839^8; 
Kingston, N.H. 1848-50; York, Me. 1850-55; Long Ridge, Stam- 
ford, Ct. 1856-58 and w.c. from 1858; d. Feb. 20, 1874. 

Samuel Kirby Sneed (1821-22) b. Louisville, Ky. Jan. 16, 1798; 
Yale 1820; ord. (Presb.) Middletown, Ky. May 10, 1826; p, 
Lebanon and Springfield 1827-29; New Albany, Ind. 1833 I3j 
Evansville; Keokuk, Io. 1853-55; Godfrey, 111. 1858; h.m. Kirk- 
wood, Mo. 1859-61 and w.c. from 1861 ; d. Aug. 30, 1876. 

Wales Tileston (1821-23) b. Williamsburg, Mass. Nov. 24, 1792; 
Wms.; Union 1822; ord. Mar. 16, 1825; p. Charlemont, Mass. 
1825-37; Nunda, N.Y. 1838-40 and w.c. 1840-42; p. Perry Vil- 
lage 1842 and Perry Centre 1843; w.c. Rockford, 111. 1844-^9; 
res. Galesburg from 1849; p. Andover 1849-50; d. Feb. 22, 1851. 

Ebenezer Carter Tracy (1821-23) b. Hartford, Vt. June 10, 1796; 
Dart. 1819 and tutor 1823-24; ed. Vt. Chronicle Bellows Falls 
1826-28; Journal of Humanity Andover, Mass. 1830-33; Boston 
Recorder 1831-34; Vt. Chronicle Windsor from 1834; chap. Vt. 
State Prison ; d. May 15, 1862. 

Edward Turner (1821-23) b. East Haven, Ct. July 8, 1797; P.A.; 
Fate 1818; tutor Midd. 1823-25 and prof. Math, and Nat. Phil, 
from 1825; d. Middlebury, Vt. Jan. 27, 1838. 

Alexander Tallin Twining (1821-22) b. New Haven, Ct. July 5, 
1801; Yale 1820 and tutor 1823-25; stud, engineering West P.»inl ; 
civil engineer; state works of Pa.; chief of survey for Hartford 
and New Haven R.R. 1835-37; prof. Math., Nat. Phil, and 
Astron. Midd. 1838-47; consulting engineer on N.E. and West- 
ern railroads; res. New Haven from 1852, engaged in original 
scientific investigations; d. Nov. 22, 1884. LL.D. Yale 1865. 

Charles White (1821-23) b. Randolph, Mass. Dec. 28, 1795; Dart. 
1821; ord. Jan. 5, 1825; p. Thetford, Vt. 1825-29; (Presb.) 
Casenovia, N.Y. 1829-33; Oswego 1834-41; pres. and prof. Mor. 
Phil. Wabash Coll. from 1841; d. Crawfordsville, Ind. Oct. 29, 
1861. D.D. Union 1841. 

William Withington (1821-24) b. Dorchester, Mass. Oct. 28, 1798; 
P.A.; Harv. 1821; ord. (Epis.) deacon Sept. 26, 1824; priest 
Sept. 10, 1840; min. St. John's ch. Ashfield, Mass. 1824-25 and 
r. 1850-52; Christ ch. Rochdale, Leicester 1839-41; St. Paul's 
ch. Hopkinton 1848-^9; res. lie. And. Sem. 1850; r. Christ ch. 
Swansea 1853-56; diocesan niiss'v Mich. 1859 and chap, of legis- 
lature; res. Washington, D.C. after; d. Jackson, Mich. Aug. 31, 
1892. 



ALUMNI 1825 81 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Leonard Bacon Abbot Resident. Class of 1823. 

George Dana Boardman b. Livermore, Me. Feb. 8, 1801; Waterville 
1822 and tutor 1822-23; ord. (Bapt.) West Yarmouth Feb. 16, 
1825; miss'y Bapt. Board of For. Missions Burniah, India from 
1825; founder of Karen mission; d. Feb. 11, 1831. 

Lyman Whitney Class of 1821. 

Benjamin Woodbury b. New London, N.H. Aug. 13, 1792; Dart. 
1817; teacher Germantown, Pa.; St. Francisville, La.; ord. June 
9, 1824; p. Falmouth, Mass. 1824^33; h.m. Plain, 0. from 1835; 
d. Dec. 29, 1845. 

1825 

GRADUATES 

Azariah Adams b. Plainfield, N.H. ; Dart.; d. suddenly while trav- 
eling alone in the South, before 1842. 

Lucius Alden b. East Bridgewater, Mass. June 18, 1796; Bowd. 
1821 ; ord. Old South ch. Boston Sept. 29, 1825 ; h.m. and teacher 
Dearborn Co. Ind. 1825-30; p. Third ch. Abington, Mass. 1830- 
43; Lancaster 1845; Newcastle, N.H. 1846-73; w.c. East Bridge- 
water, Mass. from 1873; d. Apr. 24, 1884. 

Nathaniel Barker b. Amesbury, Mass. Jan. 6, 1796; Dart. 1822; ord. 
Nov. 1, 1826; p. Millville, Mendon (now Blackstone), Mass. 
1826-31; Wakefield, N.H. 1835-56 and w.c. from 1856; d. Oct. 13, 

1883. 

Luther Goodyear Bingham b. Cornwall, Vt. June 10, 1798; Midd. 
1821 and tutor 1824; ord. Old South ch. Boston Sept. 29, 1825; 
p. Marietta, O. 1826-37 also teacher; agt Western Educ. Soc. 
1838^3; p. Williston, Vt. 1843-51; w.c. from 1851 (res. in part 
Brooklyn, N.Y.) ; d. Middlebush, N.J. Jan. 22, 1878. 

Charles Boyter b. Hull, Eng. Feb. 2, 1798; Univ. Pa.; ord. Sharon, 
Mass. May 10, 1826; h.m. Pottsville, Pa. 1825-28; h.m. p. Spring- 
field, N.H. 1828-30; h.m. Vt. and N.H. 1830-36; p. Truro, Mass. 
1836-43;' Orange 1844-48; Eastham 1849-50; w.c. Beverly, N.J. 
1850-55, p. (Presb.) 1855-58 and w.c. from 1858; d. o"ct. 31, 
1870. 

Hiram Chamberlain b. Monkton, Vt. Apr. 1, 1797; Midd. 1822; 
Princ. Sem. 1823-24; ord. N.Y. City Oct. 16, 1825; h.m. St. Louis, 
Mo. 1825-26; Dardenne 1827; agt Amer. H.M. Soc. 1828; p. 
Boonville 1828-33; agt Marion Coll. Mo. 1834; p. St. Charles 
1835^1; ed. Herald of Religious Liberty, St. Louis 1842-44; p. 
Memphis, Tenn. 1845^7; Somerville 1847-50; Brownsville, Tex. 
from 1850; d. Nov. 1, 1866. 



82 ALUMNI 1825 

Aaron Billings Church b. Amherst, Mass. June 20, 1797; Midd. 
1822; ord. East Machias, Me. June 21, 1826; p. Calais 1828-34; 
(Presb.) Princeton, 111. 1849-53; d. Apr. 23, 1857. 

Moses Billings Church b. Amherst, Mass. June 20, 1797; Midd. 
1822; h.m. Madbury, N.H. 1825; Robbinston, Me. 1827; ord. 
Calais Oct. 10, 1827; p. East Stafford, Ct. 1831-37; left the 
ministry; d. in Io. Dec. 28, 1871. 

Nathaniel Cobb b. Rochester, Mass. May 9, 1800; Brown 1821; h.m. 
Harwich, Mass. 1825-26; ord. Oct. 31, 1827; p. Nantucket, Mass. 
1827-29; h.m. Bloomfield, Hamden, Parkman and other places in 
0. 1829-35; p. (Presb.) Clear Creek 1835-37; Mount Eaton 1837- 
40; Bible agt and colporteur in 0. 1840^1 and 1845-49; p. 
Salem 1841-£5; city miss'y New Bedford, Mass. 1849-50; p. 
(Cong.) North Falmouth 1850-51; Chilmark 1852-53; Monu- 
ment ch. Sandwich 1853; evangelist, res. Kingston from 1853; 
d. Taunton Nov. 15, 1878. 

Walter Colton b. Rutland, Vt. May 9, 1797; Yale 1822; ord. Worth- 
ington, Ct. June 5, 1827; prof. Mor. Phil, and Bib. Lit., Mil. 
Acad. Middletown 1825-30; ed. Amer. Spectator Washington, 
D.C. 1830-31; chap. U.S.N, from 1831; author; ed. Colonization 
Herald; North American Philadelphia; Alta California; alcalde 
and judge of admiralty, Monterey, Cal.; d. Philadelphia Jan. 22, 
1851. 

John Millot Ellis b. Keene, N.H. July 14, 1793; Dart. 1822; ord. 
Old South ch. Boston Sept. 29, 1825; h.m. Kaskaskia, 111. 1825- 
28; p. Jacksonville 1828-31; agt Amer. Educ. Soc. and instru- 
mental in founding Illinois and Wabash colleges 1831-35; p. 
Grass Lake, Mich. 1836-40; Centre ch. Hanover, N.H. 1840-42; 
agt for Dart. 1843^4, for Western Coll. Soc. from 1844; d. 
Nashua Aug. 6, 1855. 

Lucius Field b. Northfield, Mass. Aug. 21, 1796; Wms. 1821; tutor 
Amh. 1822; res. lie. 1828; a.p. Harwich 1829-30; ord. by Sulli- 
van Assoc. N.H. Jan. 18, 1832; p. Tyringham, Mass. 1833-36; 
preached in various places 1836-39 ; d. Northfield June 1, 1839. 

Daniel Fitz b. Sandown, N.H. May 28, 1795; Dart. 1818; ord. June 
28, 1826; p. South ch. Ipswich, Mass. 1826-67; senior p. from 
1867 and chap. Insane Asylum and House of Correction; d. Sept. 
2, 1869. D.D. Dart. 1862. 

Aaron Foster b. Hillsboro, N.H. Mar. 19, 1794; Dart. 1822; ord 
Rutland, Vt. Oct. 19, 1825; h.m. S.C. 1825-28; p. (Presb.) Pendle- 
ton 1828-32; agt Mass. H.M. Soc. 1832-33; p. Fort Covington, 
N.Y. 1833-37; East Constable 1837-43; agt Amer. Peace Soc. 
1844; p. Robinson ch. Plymouth, Mass. 1845-49; East Charle- 
mont from 1849; delegate to World's Peace Conv. London 1851; 
mem. Mass. Const. Conv. 1853; d. Geneva, N.Y. Apr. 11, 1870. 



ALUMNI 1825 83 

Wakefield Gale b. Pembroke, N.H. Jan. 18, 1797; P. A.; Dart. 1822; 
ord. Salem, Mass. May 17, 1826; h.m. Eastport, Me. 1825-29 and 
p. 1829-35; Rockport, Mass. 1836-64 and w.c. 1864-65; East- 
hampton 1865-67; p. West Granville 1867-70; w.c. Easthampton 
from 1870; d. Oct. 2, 1881. 

Moses Gill Grosvenor b. Paxton, Mass. Sept. 23, 1796; Dart. 1822; 
ord. Dec. 27, 1826; p. West Haverhill, Mass. 1826-29; Acworth, 
N.H. 1829-32; Barre, Mass. 1832-34; Marlboro, N.H. 1835-40; 
Medfield, Mass. 1841; Marshall, N.Y.; Gardner, Mass.; Guilford, 
Vt. 1855-56 and 1863-65; Clarendon 1858-61; w.c. Troy, 0. from 
1865; d. Worcester, Mass. July 24, 1879. 

Richard Charles Hand b. Shoreham, Vt. June 21, 1802; Midd. 1822; 
ord. Rutland Oct. 19, 1825; p. (Presb.) Gouverneur, N.Y. 1825- 
32; agt A.B.C.F.M. for N.Y. 1832-34 and dist. sec. for Northern 
N.E. 1835-39; p. Danville, Vt. 1839-46; First ch. Bennington 
1847-53; w.c. Brooklyn, N.Y. from 1854; d. July 27, 1870. 

Henry Brown Hooker b. Rutland, Vt. Aug. 31, 1802; Midd. 1821; 
ord. Rutland Oct. 19, 1825; h.m. S.C. 1825-26; p. Lanesboro, 
Mass. 1826-36; Falmouth 1837-57; sec. Mass. H.M. Soc. Boston 
1858-73 and w.c. from 1873; d. July 4, 1881. D.D. Midd. 1857. 

George Howe b. Dedham, Mass. Nov. 6, 1802; Midd. 1822; res. lie. 
1827; ord. by Orange Assoc. N.H. Aug. 7, 1827; Phillips prof. 
Div. Dart, and p. College ch. 1827-30; instructor Hebrew and 
Greek Presb. Sem. Columbia, S.C. 1831 and prof. Bib. Lit. from 
1831; d. Apr. 15, 1883. D.D. Univ. N.C. 1833; LL.D. Oglethorpe, 
Ga. 1871. 

Samuel Kingsbury b. Franklin, Mass. May 18, 1798; Brown 1822; 
h.m. N.Y. 1825-27; Shirley, Mass. 1827-28; Unity, Langdon, 
Goshen, N.H. 1828; ord. Jan. 14, 1829; p. Andover 1829-31; 
Jamaica, Vt. 1831-33; Warwick, Mass. 1833-35; Middlesex and 
Worcester, Vt. 1835-36; Underhill 1836-39; teacher acad. Jericho 
1839-40; p. Thornton, N.H. 1841; w.c. Tamworth from 1841; 
d. Nov. 8, 1867. 

Jacob Little b. Boscawen, N.H. May 1, 1795; Dart. 1822; ord. GonV 
town May 31, 1826; h.m. Hoosick, N.Y. 1825-26; Washington 
Co. O. 1826; p. Granville 1827-64; (Presb.) Warsaw, Ind. 1865- 
74; w.c. Wabash from 1874; d. Dec. 17, 1876. D.D. Marietta 1855. 

John Maltby b. Northford, Ct. Mar. 8, 1795; Yale 1822; ord. June 
28, 1826; p. Sutton, Mass. 1826-34; Hammond St. ch. Bangor, 
Me. from 1834; trustee Bangor Sem.; d. Worcester, Mass. May 
15, 1860. 

David Merrill b. Peacham, Vt. Sept. 8, 1798; Dart. 1821; ord. Apr. 
1828; p. (Presb.) Urbana, 0. 1827-41; (Cong.) Peacham, Vt. 
from 1841; d. July 21, 1850. 



84 ALUMNI 1825 

Augustus Pomeroy b. Belchertown, Mass. Oct. 2, 1795; P.A. ; Wms. 
1821; ord. Old South ch. Boston Sept. 29, 1825; h.m. Mo. 1825- 
27 and 0. 1827-32; prin. fern. sem. Chillicothe ; p. (Presb.) 
Hamilton; Lacon, 111. 1836-39; Piqua 1839-41; Rockville, Ct. 
1841-44; (Presb.) Fredonia, N.Y. 1845-46; (Cong.) Ashtabula, 
0. 1846-52; agt Amer. H.M. Soc. Mo. 1852-53; p. Groton, N.Y. 
1854-65 and w.e. from 1865; overseer and trustee Bangor Sem.; 
d. Feb. 9, 1875. 

Isaac Rogers b. Gloucester, Mass. July 13, 1795; P.A.; Dart. 1822; 
h.m. Me. 1825-26; ord. Mar. 9, 1826; p. Farmington 1826-58; 
Enfield, N.H. 1859-60; w.c. Farmington, Me. from 1860; d. Feb. 
14, 1872. 

Heman Rood b. Jericho, Vt. Jan. 29, 1795; Midd. 1819; ord. July 
12, 1826; p. Gilmanton, N.H. 1826-30; New Milford, Ct. 1830- 
35; prof. Bib. Lit. Gilmanton (N.H.) Sem. 1835-43; teacher 
Haverhill 1843-47; Canaan 1847-48; p. Quechee, Vt. 1853-58; 
Hartland 1858-64; w.c. Hanover, N.H. 1864r-78; Westfield, N.Y. 
from 1878; d. June 8, 1882. D.D. Midd. 1873. 

Robert Shaw from Barnet, Vt.; ord. Oct. 27, 1830; p. (Presb.) Hoo- 
sick, N.Y. 1830-31; ord. (Epis.) deacon Aug. 15, 1832; priest 
Feb. 16, 1834; h.m. N.C. 1833; r. St. Peter's ch. Washington, 
N.C. 1834; St. Andrew's ch. Walden, N.Y. 1836-38, also Christ 
ch. Marlboro 1837-38 and h.m. 1838-39; r. Trinity ch. Fishkill 
1840-41; St. Andrew's ch. Northford, Ct. 1842^3; St. Philip's 
ch. Philipstown, N.Y. 1844-52, also St. Mary's ch. Coldspring 
1844-61 and w.c. from 1861; d. 1871. 

Cyrus Stone b. Marlboro, N.H. June 9, 1793; Dart. 1822; agt 
A.B.C.F.M. 1825-26; ord. Springfield, Mass. May 10, 1826; 
studied med.; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India 1826-41; p. Bingham, 
Me. 1841-44; Harwich, Mass. 1844-48; East Bridgewater 1849; 
Saugus 1850; publisher Mothers' Assistant and Happy Home 
Boston 1850-62; p. Beechwood, Cohasset from 1862; d. July 19, 
1867. 

Jeremiah Stow b. Hillsboro, N.H. Feb. 15, 1796; Dart. 1822; ord. 
Springfield, Mass. May 10, 1826; h.m. 1826-28; p. (Presb.) Liv- 
onia, N.Y. from 1828; d. Dec. 15, 1832. 

John Todd b. Rutland, Vt. Oct. 9, 1800; Yale 1822; res. lie. 1826; 
ord. Jan. 3, 1827; p. Union ch. Groton, Mass. 1827-33; Edwards 
ch. Northampton 1833-36; First Cong. ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 
lS36-41; First ch. Pittsfield, Mass. 1842-72 and sen. p. from 
1872; author; trustee Wms.; d. Aug. 24, 1873. D.D. Wms. 1845. 

Josiah Tucker b. Milton, Mass. June 4, 1792; PA.; ord. May 10, 
1826; p. Madison, Me. 1826-37 and 1839-42, also Anson 1826- 
32; Bingham 1837-41, also South Solon 1838-39; South Orange, 
Mass. and Erving 1842-44; h.m. and colporteur Me. 1844-46 



ALUMNI 1825 85 

and Mass. 1846-48, res. Milton; p. Mercer and Industry, Me. 
1849-51; colporteur Amer. and For. Chr. Union, res. Taunton, 
Mass.; d. Sept. 9, 1856. 

Isaac Watts Wheelwright b. Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 17, 1801; 
P.A.; Bowd. 1821; teacher Dummer Acad. Byfield, Mass. 1822 
and 1827-28; teacher P. A. 1822-26; a.p. Harwich 1826-27; prin. 
Newburyport Acad.; teacher New Orleans, La.; agt Amer. Bible 
Soc. South America 1833-36; director of educ. and supt of Lan- 
castrian schools Guayaquil and Quito, Ecuador; teacher Eng. and 
classical sch. Valparaiso, Chili, for ten years; res. Byfield, Mass. 
from 1853; postmaster South Byfield 1873-89; d. July 14, 1895. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Jacob Abbott (1821-22, 1823-24) b. Hallowell, Me., Nov. 14, 1803 
Bowd. 1820; teacher Portland, Me. and Beverly, Mass. 1820-22 
tutor Amh. 1824-25 and prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. 1825-29 
prin. Mt. Vernon Sch. Boston 1829-33; ord. Sept. 18, 1834; p. 
Eliot ch. Roxbury 1834-35 and w.c. 1835-39; res. N.Y. City 1839- 
70; joint prop'r, with his brothers, of Abbotts' Inst, for Young 
Ladies 1843-51; res. Farmington from 1870; author of Young 
Christian series, the "Rollo Books" and many other popular and 
useful books, in all over 200 volumes ; overseer Bowd. ; d. Oct. 31, 
1879. D.D. Amh. 1874. 

Curtiss Phelps Baker (1822-24) b. Granville, Mass. July 6; 1801; 
Wms. 1821; d. Granville, while a member of Seminary, Aug. 15, 
1824. 

Seth Bliss (1822-23) b. Springfield, Mass. Apr. 23, 1793; P.A.; 
Yale Sem. 1823-24; ord. June 1, 1825; p. Jewett City, Ct. 1825- 
32 ; gen. agt, Boston, of Amer. Tract Soc. 1832-33 and sec. 1833- 
58; res. N.Y. City 1858-70; Berlin, Ct. from 1870; d. Apr. 8, 1879. 

Josiah Brewer (1821-22, 1823-24) b. Monterey, Mass. June 1, 
1796; PA. ; Yale 1821; preceptor Young Ladies' Acad. Bangor, 
Me. 1822-23; Yale Sem. 1824-25; tutor Yale 1824-26; ord. 
Springfield, Mass. May 10, 1826; miss'y Smyrna, Constantinople 
and Greece 1826-38 (A.B.C.F.M. 1826-28); chap. Ct. State 
Prison, Wethersfield 1838-41; agt Anti-Slavery Soc. and editor, 
Hartford 1842-44; prin. young ladies' sem. New Haven and Mid- 
dletown 1844-57; p. Housatonic, Mass. 1857-66; w.c. Stockbridge 
from 1866; d. Nov. 19, 1872. 

David Brown (1822-23) res. stu. from Cherokee Nation, Ga.; For- 
eign Mission Sch. Cornwall, Ct. 1820-22; returned to his nation 
1824; acted as interpreter and secretary for Indian gov't; trans- 
lated New Testament into Cherokee "from the Greek which he 
had learned at Andover"; was preparing to preach the gospel to 
his countrymen; d. Creek Path Sept. 15, 1829. 



86 ALUMNI 1825 

Abijah Cross (1822-23) b. Methuen, Mass. Oct. 25, 1793; P.A.; 
Dart. 1821; ord. Mar. 24," 1824; p. Salisbury, N.H. 1824-29; 
West Haverhill, Mass. 1829-53 and w.c. from 1853; d. July 16, 
1856. 

Pindar Field (1822-24) b. Sunderland, Mass. May 1, 1794; Wms. 
1818-21; Amh. 1822; h.m. Penobscot Indians in Me. 1824-25; 
ord. July 12, 1826; h.m. Madison, N.Y. 1826-28; p. Hamilton 
1828-31; Apulia 1831-34; Oriskany Falls 1834-46 and 1856-57; 
Marshall 1848-52; North Pitcher 1852-56 and 1866-68; Munns- 
ville 1858-59; Madison 1859-60; w.c. Hamilton 1860-66 and 
from 1868; d. Nov. 24, 1873. 

William Gragg (1822-24) b. Groton, Mass. Sept. 17, 1786; PA. 
Harv. 1820; teaching and preaching 1825-28; ord. Oct. 15, 1828 
p. Windham, Me. 1828-31; w.c. Carlisle, Mass.; Bedford 1833-50 
Groton from 1850; d. Nov. 19, 1852. 

Aaron Hardy (1822-23) b. Lempster, N.H. Dec. 1, 1795; Dart. 1822; 
teacher Lempster and in S.C. ; d. Edingsville Oct. 21, 1826. 

Theodore Hinsdale (1822-24) b. Colebrook, Ct. Dec. 27, 1800; Yale 
1821; merchant and manufacturer Winchester from 1826; d. 
Nov. 27, 1841. 

Stephen Morse (1822-23) b. Bradford, Mass. Feb. 24, 1794; Dart. 
1821; ord. July 6, 1825; p. Merrimack, N.H. 1825-28; Troy 1829- 
33; Biddeford, Me. 1833-35; Sharon, Vt. 1836-39; Post Mills, 
Thetford 1839^7, also Fairlee 1839-44; w.c. Thetford from 1847; 
d. May 22, 1855. 

Thomas Smith Webb Mott (1822-23) b. Preston, N.S. July 28, 1800; 
Brown 1822; ord. (Epis.) deacon May 3, 1825; priest Feb. 16, 
1826; min. St. Michael's ch. Marblehead, Mass. 1825-28; Christ 
eh. Gardiner, Me. 1828; h.m. N.C. 1828-36; r. ch. of St. John in 
the Wilderness, Flat Rock 1836-44; Lenoir 1844-52 and h.m.; 
r. St. Peter's ch. Charlotte 1853-55 and 1857-60; St. Paul's ch. 
Columbus, Miss. 1855-57; ed. Church Intelligencer Raleigh, N.C. 
1860-64; planter Catawba Co. N.C. from 1864; d. Sept. 20, 1869. 

Joseph Muenscher (1822-24) b. Providence, R.I. Dec. 21, 1798; 
PA.; Brown 1821; teacher PA. 1823; ord. (Epis.) deacon Mar. 
7, 1824; priest Mar. 13, 1825; min. Christ ch. Clappville, Mass. 
1824-27; r. St. John's ch. Northampton 1828-31; Trinity ch. 
Saco, Me. 1831-33; prof. Sac. Lit. Epis. Theol. Sem. Gambier, 0. 
1833-41 and Hebrew 1842^3; ed. Gambier Observer and West- 
ern Episcopalian; r. St. Paul's ch. Mt. Vernon 1841-55 and res. 
there after, often preaching; author; sec. Clergy Widows' and 
Orphans' Soc. 1845-84; d. Feb. 16, 1884. D.D. Kenyon 1849, 
Brown 1852. 



ALUMNI 1825 87 

George Whitefield Lawrence' Smith (1822-24) from Troy, N.Y.; 
Union 1818; Prine. Sem. 1820-21; Harv. Div. Sch. in 1824; in 
business Troy, N.Y.; N.Y. City; d. Dec. 3, 1876. 

William Smyth (1822-23) b. Pittston, Me. Feb. 2, 1797; Bowd. 
1822, tutor 1823-25, prof. Math, and Nat. Phil, from 1825; 
author of text-books in math.; d. Brunswick Apr. 4, 1868. D.D. 
Bowd. 1863. 

Charles Soule (1822-23) b. Freeport, Me. Aug. 29, 1794; Bowd. 
1821; ord. June 30, 1824; p. Belfast 1824-26; h.m. Me. 1826-27; 
p. North Bridgton 1827-30 and 1833-35; Denmark 1831-32; 
Norway 1835-45; Scarboro 1847; agt Amer. CoPn Soc. 1848; p. 
Westbrook 1849-50; h.m. Me. 1851-52; p. Amherst and Aurora 
1856-60; Standish 1863; lecturer to pub. schools in Me. res. 
Freeport from 1863; d. Portland May 31. 1869. 

Joseph Clay Stiles (1822-24) b. Savannah, Ga. Dec. 6, 1795; Yale 
1814; lawyer Savannah; ord. by Hopewell Presb 'y, Ga. Aug. 
1826; h.m. Ga. and Fla. 1826-35 and p. First Presb. ch. Savan- 
nah ; p. Cincinnati, 0. 1835 ; preached in Ky. 1836-44 ; p. Shockoe 
Hill ch. Richmond, Va. 1844-48; Mercer St. ch. N.Y. City 1848- 
50; gen. sec. Amer. Bible Soc. for the South 1850-51; p. South 
ch. New Haven, Ct. 1852-57 and sec. Southern Aid Soc. 1853-61 ; 
evangelist in Southern armies 1861-65; preached in various 
places in South 1865-74; d. Savannah, Ga. Mar. 27, 1875. D.D. 
Transyl. Univ. Ky. 1846; LL.D. Univ. Ga. 1860. 

Abner Towne (1822-24) b. Belchertown, Mass. Apr. 28,1797; Union 
1823; ord. July 20, 1825; p. Litchfield, N.Y. from 1825; d. June 
20, 1826. 

Charles Wadsworth (1822-23) from East Hartford ; ord.; p. (Presb.) 
Warren and Richfield, N.Y. ; Carlisle; Westford; w.c. Cherry 
Valley 1851-53, 1859-68 and p. 1858-59 ; Richfield Springs 1853- 
58; w.c. Butternuts from 1868; d. Marcellus July 15, 1878. 

Jonathan Ward (1822-24) b. Alna, Me. Nov. 30, 1800; Dart. 1822; 
h.m. Me.; ord. Oct. 26, 1825; p. Biddeford from 1825; d. Feb. 3, 
1826. 

Samuel Melancthon Worcester (1822-23) b. Fitchburg, Mass. Sept. 
4, 1801; Harv. 1822; tutor Amh. 1823-24, instructor Latin and 
Greek 1824-25, lib'n 1824-27, prof. Rhet., Oratory and Eng. 
Lit. 1825-34; a.p. North Hadley 1830-33; ord. Amherst Jan. 14, 
1832; p. Tabernacle ch. Salem 1834-60 and w.c. from 1860; rep- 
resentative from Amherst; d. Aug. 16, 1866. D.D. Amh. 1847. 
Son of Dr. Samuel Worcester, visitor. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Nathaniel Bouton Class of 1824. 



88 ALUMNI 1826 

Moses Chase Class of 1823. 
William Allen Hallock Class of 1822. 

Edward Robinson (1822-25) b. Southington, Ct. Apr. 10, 1794; 
Ham. 1816 and tutor 1817; came to Andover, Mass. 1821 to pub- 
lish his edition of the Iliad ; instructor Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1823- 
26; stud, in Europe 1826-30; prof, extraordinary Sac. Lit. and 
lib'n And. Sem. 1830-33; prof. Bib. Lit. Union Sem. from 1837; 
visited Palestine 1838 and 1852; author Biblical Researches in 
Palestine, Greek and Eng. Lex. of New Test., Harmony of the 
Gospels and other works; founded Biblical Repository (1831) 
and Bibliotheca Sacra (1843) ; d. N.Y. City Jan. 27, 1863. D.D. 
Dart. 1831, Univ. Halle 1842; LL.D. Yale 1844. 

Isaac Willey b. Campton, N.H. Sept. 8, 1793; Dart. 1822; stud, 
divinity with Pres. Bennett Tyler, Hanover; ord. Jan. 18, 1826; 
p. Rochester 1826-34; sec. N.H. Miss'y Soc. 1834-37; p. Goffs- 
town 1837-54 and res. there 1854-65 ; sec. N.H. Bible Soc. 1854- 
75; res. Pembroke from 1865; d. Oct. 25, 1883. 



1826 

GRADUATES 

George Eliashib Adams b. Worthington, Mass. Oct. 27, 1801; P.A.; 
Yale 1821; prof. Sac. Lit. Bangor Sem. 1827-29; ord. Feb. 25, 
1829 ; p. Brunswick, Me. 1829-70 ; Trinity ch. Orange, N.J. 1870- 
75 ; overseer Bowd. ; trustee Bangor Sem. ; d. Dec. 25, 1875. D.D. 
Bowd. 1849. 

John Ripley Adams b. Plainfield, Ct. Mar. 20, 1802; P.A.; Yale 
1821; teacher PA. 1821-23; res. lie. 1828; h.m. Western N.Y 
and in South; ord. Oct. 5, 1831; p. (Presb.) Londonderry, N.H 
1831-38; (Cong.) Great Falls 1838-41; Brighton, Mass. 1842-46 
Gorham, Me. 1847-58; chap. 5th Me. Vols. 1861-64, 121st N.Y 
Vols. 1864—65 in Army of Potomac; res. Gorham from 1865; 
d. Northampton, Mass. Apr. 25, 1866. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1864. 

Edwin Barnes from Lawrence, N.Y.; Ham. 1823; ord. Feb. 26, 1829; 
p. Boonville 1829-32; Norway 1832-33; Fairfield; d. before 1839. 

James Bates b. Randolph, Vt. Jan. 17, 1799; Dart. 1822; ord. Nov. 
14, 1827; p. First ch. Newton, Mass. 1827-39; Granby 1839-51; 
Central Village, Plainfield, Ct. 1853-54; w.c. Granby, Mass. from 
1854; d. Dec. 9, 1865. 

George Cone Beckwith b. Granville, N.Y. Jan. 3, 1801; PA.; Midd. 
1822; teacher PA. 1823-24; res. lie. 1827; instructor Sac. Lit. 
And. Sem. 1826-27; ord. July 18, 1827; p. First ch. Lowell, Mass. 
1827-29; instructor in literary dept Lane Sem. 1829-30; in- 



ALUMNI 1826 89 

structor Sac. Rhet. And. Sem. 1830-32 ; p. High St. ch. Portland, 
Me. 1832-35; agt Amer. Peace Soc. 1835-37 and sec, res. Bos- 
ton, from 1837; d. May 12, 1870. D.D. Midd. 1850. 

Asahel Bigelow b. Boylston, Mass. May 11, 1797 ; P. A. ; Harv. 1823 ; 
a.p. North Yarmouth, Me. 1827; ord. Mar. 12, 1828; p. Walpole, 
Mass. 1828-49; Hancock, N.H. from 1850; representative from 
Walpole; d. Aug. 16, 1877. 

George Washington Blagden b. Washington, D.C. Oct. 3, 1802; 
Yale 1823; ord. Dec. 26, 1827; p. Brighton, Mass. 1827-30; 
Salem St. ch. Boston 1830-36, Old South ch. 1836-72 and emer. 
after; res. N.Y. City from 1883; mem. Mass. Const. Conv. 1853; 
overseer Harv. ; d. Dec. 17, 1884. D.D. Union 1849, Harv. 1850. 

Albert Barlow Camp b. Northfield, Ct. Feb. 16, 1797; Yale 1822; 
ord. Jan. 24, 1827; p. Ashby, Mass. 1827-32; Bridgewater, Ct. 
1834-43; res. Bristol from 1845; d. May 17, 1866. 

Eber Child b. Thetford, Vt. July 31, 1798; Dart. 1821; prin. Groton 
(now Lawrence) Acad. Groton, Mass. 1821-23; teacher P.A. 1824- 
25; ord. Feb. 19, 1829; p. Deering, N.H. 1829-34; Calais, Me. 
1834-37; (Presb.) Byron, N.Y. 1839^13; Varysburg; Newstead 
1846-47; Fulton, Wis. 1847; d. Dec. 15, 1847. 

Asahel Cobb b. Abington, Mass. May 8, 1793; Ham. 1823; ord. Dec. 
13, 1826; p. Mattapoisett, Mass. 1826-30; Sandwich 1831-42; 
North Falmouth 1844-48; West Yarmouth 1849; Little Compton, 
R.I. 1854; First ch. New Bedford, Mass. 1857-68; w.c. Sandwich 
from 1868; d. May 2, 1876. 

Paul Couch b. Newburyport, Mass. June 21, 1803; Dart. 1823; ord. 
Mar. 21, 1827; p. Second ch. West Newbury, Mass. 1827-28; 
Bethlehem, Ct. 1829-34; First ch. North Bridgewater (now 
Brockton), Mass. 1835-59; North Cambridge 1859-60; First ch. 
Stonington, Ct. 1863-87 and w.c. from 1887; d. Mar. 7, 1891. 

Daniel Crosby b. Hampden, Me. Oct. 8, 1799; Yale 1823; ord. Jan. 
31, 1827; p. Conway, Mass. 1827-33; Winthrop ch. Charlestown 
1833-42 and w.c. from 1842; asst sec. A.B.C.F.M. (editorial 
dept) 1842-43; d. Feb. 28, 1843. 

David Greene b. Stoneham, Mass. Nov. 15, 1797; PA.; Yale 1821; 
ord. Aug. 14, 1833; asst sec. A.B.C.F.M. 1827-32 and sec. 1832- 
48; res. Westboro, Mass. 1849-52; Windsor, Vt. 1852-60; West- 
boro from 1860; d. Apr. 7, 1866. 

Roswell Harris b. West Brattleboro, Vt. Mar. 6, 1798; Midd. 1821; 
prin. Brattleboro Acad. 1821-23; a.p. Antrim and Deering, N.H. 
1826-28; prin. Hampton Acad. 1828-33; Brattleboro Acad. West 
Brattleboro, Vt. 1833-37, 1845-53 and 1858-59; d. Brattleboro 
Mar. 6, 1871. 



90 ALUMNI 1826 

Samuel Cram Jackson b. Dorset, Vt. Mar. 30, 1802; Midd. 1821; 
Yale Law Sch. 1821-23; res. lie. 1827; ord. June 6, 1827; p. West 
ch. Andover, Mass. 1827-49 and res. there after; clerk of Mass. 
Board of Educ. and asst State lib'n 1849-77; influential in estab- 
lishing Abbot Acad. Andover and trustee 1828-78; trustee PA. 
(and And. Sem.) ; d. July 26, 1878. D.D. Midd. 1849. 

Peter Kimball b. Boscawen, N.H. Mar. 5, 1793; Ham. 1822; h.m. 
N.H. 1826-27 and N.Y. 1827-28; ord. Aug. 30, 1831; p. (Presb.) 
Watertpwn and Barlow, 0. 1830-33; Hamburg, N.Y. 1834; West 
Aurora 1835; res. Boston 1838-55 (having a Writing Acad, and 
doing clerical work for A.B.C.F.M.) ; Augusta, 111. 1855-66; 
Rochester, N.Y. 1872-78; Cleveland, 0. 1878-83; in Presb. Min- 
isters' House Perth Amboy, N.J. from 1883; d. June 15, 1892. 

James Frisbie McEwen b. Hartford, Ct. Aug. 25, 1793; Dart. 1823; 
ord. June 7, 1827; p. Bridport, Vt. 1827-29; Topsfield, Mass. 
1830^tl; Rye, N.H. 1841^6; w.c. West Brattleboro, Vt. from 
1846; d. Apr. 14, 1850. 

Clark Perry b. Worcester, Mass. Apr. 21, 1800; PA.; Harv. 1823; 
ord. June 4, 1828; p. Newbury, Vt. 1828-35; Perkinsville 1836; 
Standish, Me. 1837-40; Lancaster, N.H. 1841-42; d. Gorham, Me. 
July 22, 1843. 

Miner Giles Pratt b. Pawlet, Vt. Nov. 13, 1799; Midd. 1823; agt 
Amer. Tract Soc. 1826-27; a.p. East Millbury, Mass. 1827-28 
ord. Oct. 22, 1828; p. Auburn 1828-48; res. Andover from 1848 
agt Amer. Col'n Soc. 1848-70; d. Rochester, N.Y. Apr. 18, 1884 

Samuel Hopkins Riddel b. Bristol, Me. Jan. 2, 1800 ; Yale 1823 ; ord 
June 27, 1827; p. Glastonbury, Ct. 1827-37; agt Amer. Educ. Soc 
1837-38 and sec. Boston 1842-50; ed. Ct. Evangelical Magazine 
1834-35; Hartford Congregationalist 1839-40; Amer. Quar 
Register 1842^3 ; Puritan Recorder 1853-58 ; p. Tamworth, N.H 
1860-71; w.c. Tamworth and Boston from 1871; trustee Theol 
Inst. Ct. ; d. Des Moines, Io. June 1, 1876. 

Thomas Riggs b. Oxford, Ct. May 11, 1794; Ham. 1823; ord. June 
26, 1831; p. Gray, Me. 1831-33; Westmoreland, N.H. 1836-39; 
West Barnstable, Mass. 1840^2; (Presb.) West Mendon, N.Y. 
1843-44; Honeoye Falls 1844-46; h.m. Bristol, Me. 1849; p. 
Lewis, N.Y. 1849-50; Stowe, Vt. 1852-53; Constable, N.Y. 1853- 
54; res. Warrensburg 1857-67; Glens Falls; d. July 9, 1880. 

Baalis Sanford b. Berkley, Mass. July 6, 1801; Brown 1823; h.m. 
Lubec, Me. 1826-27; ord. Oct. 4, 1827; p. Union ch. East and 
West Bridgewater, Mass. 1827-49, Trin. ch. East Bridgewater 
1850-61 and w.c. from 1861; d. July 28, 1880. 

Eli Smith b. Northford, Ct. Sept. 13, 1801; Yale 1821; ord. Spring- 
field, Mass. May 10, 1826; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Syria from 1826; 



ALUMNI 1826 91 

expert in printing, producing improved fonts of Arabic type; 
translator of Scriptures into Arabic; with Dr. Edward Robinson, 
class of 1825, in Palestine explorations; d. Jan. 11, 1857. D.D. 
Wms. 1850. 

Solomon Jackson Tracy b. New Marlboro, Mass. Apr. 1, 1796 ; PA. ; 
Wms. 1823; ord. Mar. 10, 1830; p. (Presb.) Nassau, N.Y. 1830- 
33; Third ch. Trov 1833-36; Canaan Centre 1836-37; (Cong.) 
North Cornwall, Ct. 1837-38; Fly Creek, N.Y. 1840^1; (Presb.) 
Springfield 1841-54 and w.c. from 1854; d. Mar. 15, 1890. 

Joseph Punderson Tyler b. Griswold, Ct. Sept. 14, 1797; Brown 
1823; ord. West Stafford, Ct. June 3, 1828; agt Amer. H.M. Soc. 
and preacher in Ct. and N.Y. 1828-34; p. West Gloucester, Mass. 
1834; Voluntown, Ct. and Sterling 1835-36; Chilmark, Mass.; 
Newcastle, N.H. from 1841; d. North Bridgewater (now Brock- 
ton), Mass. Dec. 26, 1844. 

Charles Walker b. Rindge, N.H. Nov. 21, 1795; Dart. 1823; ord. 
Feb. 28, 1827; p. New Ipswich, N.H. 1827-35; Windsor, Ct. 
1836-37; Medfield, Mass. 1837-38; Wells, Me. 1839-14; in Italy 
1845; res. Groton, Mass. from 1846; d. Oct. 23, 1847. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Thomas Winthrop Coit (1823-24) b. New London, Ct. June 28, 1803; 
Yale 1821; Princ. Sem. 1824-25; ord. (Epis.) deacon June 7, 
1826; priest Nov. 14, 1827; r. St. Peter's ch. Salem, Mass. 1827- 
29; Christ ch. Cambridge 1829-34; pres. Transyl. Univ. Ky. 
1834-37; r. Trinity ch. New Rochelle, N.Y. 1839^9; prof. Eccl. 
Hist. Trinity Coll. 1849-54; r. St. Paul's ch. Troy, N.Y. 1854- 
72; prof. Ch. Hist. Berkeley Div. Sch. from 1872; d. Middle- 
town, Ct. June 21, 1885. D.D. Columb. 1834; LL.D. Trinity 1853. 

Sutherland Douglass (1823-24) b. Lansingburg, N.Y. Oct. 25, 1804; 
Yale 1822; Gen. Theol. Sem. N.Y. 1824-26; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
May 17, 1826; priest Nov. 23, 1828; r. Georgetown, D.C. 1827- 
28; Rochester, N.Y. 1828-29; Quincy, Mass. 1829-30; in Eng. 
from 1830; d. London May 6, 1831. 

Daniel Le Baron Goodwin (1823-25) b. Easton, Mass. July 28, 1802; 
PA.; Brown 1822; ord. (Epis.) deacon May 3, 1825; priest July 
26, 1829; r. St. John's ch. Wilkinsonville, Sutton, Mass. 1825- 
54; miss'y Providence, R.I. from 1854; d. Dec. 25, 1867. 

John Ingalls (1823-25) b. Canterbury, N.H. 1799; Dart. 1823; d. 
Cambridge, Mass. Sept. 5, 1828. 

William Jones (1823-26) b. Kingsboro, N.Y. Oct. 20, 1794; Ham. 
1823; teacher PA. 1823-26; ord. (Presb.) Feb. 19, 1829; p. 
Brighton, N.Y. 1829-30; White Pigeon, Mich. 1831; Gull Prairie; 
prin. La Grange Sem. Ind. ; res. Allegan, Mich.; in business, 
Neenah, Wis.; d. June 8, 1871. 



92 ALUMNI 1826 

Louis McDonald (1823-24) b. Middlebury, Vt. Jan. 1801; Midd. 
1823; ord. (Epis.) deacon Oct. 23, 1825; priest Oct. 10, 1827; 
min. Rutland 182&-27; r. Shelburne 1827-34; Berkshire, Mont- 
gomery, Enosburg 1834-37; Sheldon 1837-40; Cambridge and 
Eden 1840-41; Wells 1842-43; res. Brattleboro from 1844; d. 
June 16, 1895. 

John Nott (1823-25) b. Albany, N.Y. Dec. 14, 1801; Union 1823; 
Princ. Sem. 1824-25; ord. by Albany Presb 'y May 19, 1827; 
tutor Union 1830-39 and asst prof. Rhet. 1839-54; p. (Ref. 
Dutch) Rotterdam, N.Y. 1839-54; (Presb.) Goldsboro and Evans- 
ville, N.C. 1854-61; p. (Ref. Dutch) Auriesville, N.Y., res. Fonda, 
from 1861 ; d. May 12, 1878. D.D. 

Ichabod Plaisted (1824-26) b. Gardiner, Me. Mar. 31, 1796; Bowd. 
1821 ; stud, law Charleston, S.C. ; ord. June 6, 1827 ; p. Third ch. 
Rochester, Mass. 1827-31; d. Gardiner, Me. June 21, 1831. 

George King Pomroy (1823-26) b. Boston; Dart. 1822; d. Boston 
Mar. 9, 1826. 

Eli Burnham Smith (1823-25) b. Shoreham, Vt. Apr. 16, 1803; 
Midd. 1823; with his classmate, John Equality Weston, in first 
class Newton Sem. 1826; ord. (Bapt.) South Reading (now 
Wakefield), Mass. Sept. 21, 1826; p. Buffalo, N.Y. 1826-29; 
Poultney, Vt. 1829-33; pres. and prof. Bib. Theol. and Past'l 
Duties New Hampton (N.H.) Lit. and Theol. Inst, from 1833; 
d. Colchester, Vt. Jan. 5, 1861. A.M. hon. Brown 1833; D.D. 
Wms. 1849. 

Daniel Starr Southmayd (1822-23, 1824-26) b. Castleton, Vt. Feb. 
41, 1802; Midd. 1822; ord. Apr. 25, 1827; p. Concord, Mass. 
1827-32; ed. Lowell Observer 1833-34; ed. N.Y. City; d. Fort 
Bend, Tex. Jan. 13, 1837. 

John Stevens (1822-23, 1824-25) b. Townsend, Mass. June 6, 1798; 
Midd. 1821; teacher New Ipswich, N.H. 1823-24; tutor Midd. 
1825-27; teacher South Reading (now Wakefield), Mass. 1827- 
30; ed. Bapt. Weekly Journal Cincinnati, O. 1831-38; prof. 
Intell. and Mor. Phil. Granville (O.) Coll. (now Denison Univ.), 
1838-43; ord. (Bapt.) May 14, 1845; dist. sec. and agt Amer. 
Bapt. Miss'y Union 1843^9 and agt 1850-57; sec. Western Bapt. 
Educ. Soc. 1849-50; teacher Fairmount, O. 1857-59; prof. Latin 
and Greek Denison Univ. 1859-68 and prof. Latin from 1868; d. 
Granville Apr. 30, 1877. A.M. hon. Brown 1829 ; D.D. Rochester 
1873. 

William Torrey (1823-26) b. Mount Pleasant, Pa. Sept. 18, 1798; 
Ham. 1823; ord. (Presb.) Oct. 25, 1826; miss'y Buenos Ayres, 
South America 1826-27; p. Sparta, N.J. 1839^6; Woodstock, 
Va. 1846-54; Ralls Co. Mo. from 1854; d. July 1, 1858. 



ALUMNI 1827 93 

James Towner (1823-24) from Charlotte, Vt.; Univ. Vt. 1823; prin. 
Wolfeboro (N.H.) Acad.; preceptor Groton (now Lawrence) 
Acad. Groton, Mass. 1830-35 ; d. Michigan City, Ind. Mar. 2, 1844. 

John Equality Weston (1823-25) b. Amherst, N.H. Oct. 13, 1796; 
first ed. and publisher Watchman 1819-21; Columbian Coll. D.C. 
1822-23; Newton Sem. 1826; ord. Oct. 10, 1827; p. (Bapt.) East 
Cambridge, Mass. from 1827; d. Wilmington July 2, 1831. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Stephen Crosby b. Thompson, Ct. Aug. 17, 1789; Union 1814; ord. 
June 8, 1819; p. Spencer, Mass. 1819-25; East Granby, Ct. 1826- 
32; Penn Yan, N.Y.; Greenville, Norwich, Ct. 1837-38; d. June 5, 
1838. 

John Todd Abbot Resident. Class of 1825. 



1827 

GRADUATES 

Darwin Adams b. Leominster, Mass. Oct. 10, 1801; Dart. 1824; ord. 
July 16, 1828; p. Camden, Me. 1828-34; Alstead, N.H. 1834^42 
and Paper Mill Village 1842-45, 1860-67; Fayetteville, Vt. 
1846-50; Dunstable, Mass. 1850-57; Auburn 1857-60; w.c. 
Groton from 1867; d. Aug. 16, 1889. 

Eli Adams b. Partridgefield (now Hinsdale), Mass. Jan. 24, 1797; 
Wms. 1824; h.m. S.C. 1827-29 and Mass. 1829; ord. Middlefield 
June 2, 1830; p. Port Bay, N.Y. and Wolcott 1829-31 and 1832; 
city miss'y Charleston, S.C. 1831-32; agt Amer. S.S. Union 
1832-34; p. Euclid, 0. 1834-36; Edenburg 1837-39; Willoughby 
1839^0; Brunswick 1840^L3; ord. (Epis.) deacon Sept. 12, 1847; 
priest; r. St. Paul's ch. Collamer (now East Cleveland); Trinity 
ch. Peru, Ind. 1853-59; h.m. Nebraska City 1859-64 and w.c. 
1864-67; r. Council Bluffs, Io. 1867-70; d. Central City, Col. 
Mar. 30, 1876. 

John Adams Albro b. Newport, R.I. Aug. 13, 1799; ord. Nov. 21, 
1827; p. Chelmsford, Mass. 1827-33; Fitchburg 1833-35; First 
ch. Cambridge 1835-65 and w.c. from 1865; d. West Roxbury 
Dec. 20, 1866. A.M. hon. Yale 1827; D.D. Bowd. 1848, Harv. 
1851. 

David Oliver Allen b. Barre, Mass. Sept. 14, 1799; Amh. 1823; 
ord. Westminster May 21, 1827; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India 
1827-53; lit. work 1853-57; p. Westford, Mass. 1857-58; Wen- 
ham 1858-60; w.c. Lowell from 1860; d. July 19, 1863. D.D. 
Amh. 1854. 



94 ALUMNI 1827 

Spencer Field Beard b. West Brookfield, Mass. July 4, 1799; Yale 
1818-19; Amh. 1824; agt A.B.C.F.M. 1827-28; ord. Jan. 14, 1829; 
p. Methuen, Mass. 1829-32; Norton 1832-34; Greenville, Norwich, 
Ct. 1835-36; Montville 1838^6; East Falmouth, Mass. 1848-53; 
w.o. Andover from 1853; d. Jan. 8, 1876. 

Calvin Butler b. Jericho, Vt. May 23, 1797; Midd. 1824; ord. by 
Wabash (Ind.) Presb 'y 1827; h.m. Princeton and Evansville 
1827-31 and p. Evansville 1831-35; Washington 1835-38; Boon- 
ville 1839-49; Marine, 111. from 1849; d. Nov. 2, 1854. 

Sumner Gallup Clapp b. Easthampton, Mass. Mar. 10, 1800; Yale 
1822; ord. Jan. 9, 1828; p. Enfield, Mass. 1828-37; Cabotville 
(now Chicopee) 1837-50; St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1850-55; Sturbridge, 
Mass. 1855-62; Lyndon, Vt. 1864-65; w.c. Dorchester, Mass. from 
1865; d. Boston Jan. 26, 1869. 

Ephraim Weston Clark b. Haverhill, N.H. Apr. 25, 1799; PA.; 
Dart. 1824; ord. Brandon, Vt. Oct. 3, 1827; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Hawaiian Islands 1827-50; p. Honolulu 1850-63; published books 
in Hawaiian and superintended, in U.S., stereotyping of Hawaiian 
Scriptures; first sec. Hawaiian Miss'y Soc; res. N.Y. City 1864- 
67; Middletown, Ct. 1867-68; Portland 1868-73; Chicago, 111. 
from 1873; d. July 15, 1878. 

Samuel Wallace Clark b. Hancock, N.H. Dec. 15, 1795; Dart. 1823; 
ord. Aug. 5, 1829; p. Greenland from 1829; d. Aug. 17, 1847. 

William Clark b. Hancock, N.H. Sept. 28, 1798; Dart. 1822; ord. 
Coventry, Ct. Apr. 30, 1828; agt A.B.C.F.M. 1828; p. Wells, Me. 
1829-35; agt Amer. Tract Soc. 1835-36 and dist. sec. in West 
.1836-40; dist. sec. A.B.C.F.M. for Northern N.E. 1840-56; sec. 
N.H. Miss'y Soc. 1856-74; res. Amherst, N.H. from 1856; repre- 
sentative in legislature and chaplain; d. Jan. 26, 1887. D.D. 
Dart. 1871. 

Leander Cobb b. Rochester (now Marion), Mass. Dec. 5, 1801; 
Brown 1824; ord. Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 27, 1827; p. (Presb.) 
Charlestown, Ind. 1827-38; (Cong.) Rochester, Mass. from 1839; 
d. Marion Sept. 2, 1872. 

John Crosby b. Bangor, Me. Sept. 11, 1803; Bowd. 1823; ord. July 2, 
1828; p. Castine, Me. 1828-32; agt Amer. Col'n Soc. in Pa. 1832 
d. Barbadoes, W.I. May 26, 1833. 

Thomas Russell Durfee b. Fall River, Mass. May 14, 1801; PA. 
Brown 1824; ord. Park St. eh. Boston Sept. 27, 1827; h.m. Cal 
laway Co. Mo. 1826-31; agt Amer. Bible Soc. Mo. from 1831 
d. St. Charles July 15, 1833. 

Lyman Gilbert b. Brandon, Vt. June 13, 1798; Midd. 1824; teacher 
PA. 1825; a.p. Danbury, Ct. 1827-28; ord. July 2, 1828; p. West 
Newton 1828-55 and teacher 1857-59; p. (Presb.) Maiden, N.Y. 



ALUMNI 1827 95 

1859-63 ; res. Brooklyn from 1863 ; in Custom House service 1863- 
75; d. Mar. 29, 1885. D.D. Midd. 1850. 

Jonathan Smith Green b. Lebanon, Ct. Dec. 20, 1796; ord. Brandon, 
Vt. Oct. 3, 1827; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Hawaiian Islands 1827-42; 
of Amer. Miss 'y Assoc, from 1842 ; p. Makawao ; d. Jan. 5, 1878. 

Alfred Greenwood b. Boston, Mass. Feb. 4, 1801 ; PA. ; Harv. 1824 ; 
h.m. in South and West 1828-36; ord. May 18, 1836; p. West 
Barnstable, Mass. 1836-40; res. Boston, Natick and Grantville 
(now Wellesley Hills) from 1840; d. Apr. 20, 1868. 

Solomon Hardy b. Hollis, N.H. Sept. 27, 1796; PA.; Midd. 1824; 
ord. Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 27, 1827; h.m. (Presb.) Greenville 
and Shoal Creek, 111. 1827-30; agt Amer. Bible Soc. 1831; p. 
Quincy, 111. 1832; Mendon 1833-36; South Wellfleet, Mass. 1838- 
40; Eastham from 1840; d. Sept. 18, 1842. 

Amasa Austin Hayes b. Granby, Ct. Aug. 1, 1797; Yale 1824; ord. 
June 26, 1828; p. (Presb.) Londonderry, N.H. from 1828; d. Oct. 
25, 1830. 

Gurdon Hayes b. Granby, Ct. Apr. 24, 1798; Yale 1823; a.p. Castle- 
ton, Vt. 1827-28; ord. July 30, 1828; p. (Presb.) Cambridge, N.Y. 
1828-29; (Cong.) Washington, Ct. 1829-51; teacher Bennington, 
Vt.; p. Pownal 1855-56; East Arlington 185&-59; Brighton, Io. 
1860-65; w.c. Muscatine from 1865; d. May 26, 1874. 

William Horton b. Newburyport, Mass. Mar. 14, 1805; Harv. 1824; 
ord. (Epis.) deacon Nov. 15, 1827; priest Oct. 15, 1830; r. St. 
Paul's ch. Windsor, Vt. ; Trinity ch. Saco, Me.; St. Thomas's ch. 
Dover, N.H. 1839^7; St. Paul's ch. Brookline, Mass.; St. Paul's 
ch. Newburyport from 1853; d. Oct. 29, 1863. D.D. Hobart 1858. 

Henry Cushing Jewett b. Rowley, Mass. Feb. 10, 1803 ; Brown 1824 ; 
a.p. Kennebunkport, Me. 1828; ord. Apr. 29, 1829; p. Westbrook 
1829-34; Winslow 1835-42; West Gloucester, Mass. from 1842; 
d. Nov. 4, 1846. 

Cephas Henry Kent b. Benson, Vt. July 17, 1802; Midd. 1824; ord. 
Oct. 22, 1828; p. Barrington, N.H. 1828-30; Kennebunkport, Me. 
1830-32; Freeport 1832-36; Bradford, Vt. 1837-42; sec. and gen. 
agt Vt. Dom. Miss'y Soc. 1842; agt Vt. Bible Soc. 1846-48; p. 
East Poultney 1848-51; Enosburg 1852-61; Ripton 1861-79; w.c. 
New Haven from 1871 ; d. Feb. 2, 1885. 

Asa Mahan b. Vernon, N.Y. Nov. 9, 1800; Ham. 1824; ord. Nov. 10, 
1829 ; p. Pittsf ord 1829-31 ; Sixth Presb. ch. Cincinnati, O. 1831- 
35; pres. and prof. Intell. and Mor. Phil. Ober. 1835-50, assoc. 
prof. Theol. 1842-50; pres. and prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil. Cleve- 
land Univ. 1850-54; p. (Cong.) Jackson, Mich. 1855-57; Adrian 
1857-60 ; pres. and prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil. Adrian Coll. 1860- 
61; res. in Eng. from 1874; d. Eastbourne Apr. 4, 1889. D.D. 
Hillsdale 1858; LL.D. Adrian 1877. 



96 ALUMNI 1827 

Joseph Marsh b. Sharon, Vt. Aug. 24, 1799; Dart. 1824; ord. Sept. 
24, 1828; p. Pomfret, Vt. 1828-31; Waitsfield 1831-34; Hinsdale, 
N.H. 1835-38; Bath 1839-40; Orford 1840^3; Dalton 1845^8, 
also Whitefield 1846-47; Guildhall, Vt. 1848-51; Marshfield 
1851-52; Fairlee 1852-56; Tunbridge 1856-64; Bradford, N.H. 
1865-67; Nelson 1867-68; w.c. Thetf ord, Vt. from 1869; d. Feb. 5, 
1885. 

Joel Worthington Newton b. Colchester, Ct. May 29, 1799; Yale 
1818; instructor Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1827-29; res. lie. 1829; prin. 
Mount Pleasant Inst. Amherst, Mass.; agt Amer. Bible Soc. Ind. 
1833; ord. Oct. 29, 1834; p. Norwich Falls, Ct. 1834-37; w.c. 
Philadelphia, Pa.; chap. U.S.N, from 1844; d. Mare Island, Cal. 
Oct. 29, 1865. 

David Perry b. Worcester, Mass. July 26, 1798 ; PA. ; Brown 1820- 
21; Dart. 1824; agt A.B.C.F.M. 1827-29; ord. Milford, Ct. May, 
1828; p. Cambridgeport, Mass. 1829-30; Hollis, N.H. 1831-42; 
Lancaster 1843^7; Danville, Vt. 1847-50; teacher Pepperell, 
Mass. 1850-54; Brookfield 1854-60; p. Brookfield, Vt. 1860-65; 
Worcester 1865-69; w.c. Hollis, N.H. 1869-72; p. East Falmouth, 
Mass. from 1872; d. Wareham Aug. 27, 1876. 

Dudley Phelps b. Hebron, Ct. Jan. 25, 1798; Yale 1823; ord. Jan. 9, 
1828 ; p. Haverhill, Mass. 1828-33 ; ed. Salem Landmark 1834-35 ; 
p. Groton from 1836; d. Sept. 24, 1849. 

Josiah Wakefield Powers b. Croydon, N.H. June 19, 1799; Univ. 
Vt. (1828); ord. 1827; h.m. S.C., N.Y. and N.C. 1827-30; p. 
Kingston, Mass. 1831-34; Kennebunk, Me. 1834-37; Scituate, 
Mass.; agt Amer. Bible Soc, O. 1840; d. Putnam Mar. 31, 1840. 

Austin Richards b. Plainfield, Mass. Feb. 9, 1800; Amh. 1824; ord. 
Nov. 7, 1827; p. Francestown, N.H. 1827-36 and 1866-70; Olive 
St. ch. Nashua 1836-66; w.c. Boston from 1870; d. May 9, 1883. 
D.D. Dart. 1860. 

Henry Augustus Rowland b. Windsor, Ct. Sept. 18, 1804; Yale 
1823; agt Amer. Bible Soc. N.Y. 1827-29; Ct. 1829-30; in South 
1830-31; ord. (Presb.) Nov. 24, 1830; p. Fayetteville, N.C. 
1831-34; Pearl St. ch. N.Y. City 1834-43; Honesdale, Pa. 
1843-^55; Park ch. Newark, N.J. from 1855; d. Boston Sept. 4, 
1859. D.D. Union 1853. 

George Shepard b. Plainfield, Ct. Aug. 26, 1801; Amh. 1824; ord. 
Mar. 5, 1828; p. Hallowell, Me. 1828-36; prof. Sac. Rhet. Bangor 
Sem. from 1836; d. Mar. 23, 1868. D.D. Bowd. 1846. 

Frederick Adolphus Strale b. in Sweden; Univ. Upsala 1809; ord. 
(Presb.) Sept. 16, 1829; h.m. to Germans in Pa.; teacher Great 
Bend; Binghamton, N.Y. 1832; d. Brooklyn July 24, 1849. 



ALUMNI 1827 97 

Taylor Gilman Worcester b. Hollis, N.H. Apr. 6, 1799; PA.; Harv. 
1823; farmer Hollis from 1833; ed. revised translation of 
Swedenborg's True Christian Religion; d. Sept. 7, 1879. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Milton Badger (1824-26) b. Coventry, Ct. May 6, 1800; Yale 1823 
and tutor 1826-27; Yale Sem. 1826-27; ord. Jan. 3, 1828; p. 
South ch. Andover, Mass. 1828-35; sec. Amer. H. M. Soc. N.Y. 
City 1835-69; res. Madison, Ct.; d. Mar. 1, 1873. D.D. Midd. 
1844. 

Edward Beecher (1824-25) b. East Hampton, N.Y. Aug. 27, 1803; 
Yale 1822; teacher Hartford Gram. Sch. 1822-24; tutor Yale 
1825-26; ord. Dec. 27, 1826; p. Park St. ch. Boston 1826-30; 
pres. 111. Coll. 1830^4; p. Salem St. ch. Boston 1844-55, also 
assoc. ed. Congregationalist 1849-53; p. First Cong. ch. Gales- 
burg, 111. 1855-71, also lecturer on Church Institutions Chic. 
Sem. 1859-65; res. Brooklyn, N.Y. from 1871; p. Parkville Mis- 
sion ch. 1884—89; assoc ed. Christian Union; author of Conflict 
of Ages, Concord of Ages and other works; d. July 28, 1895. 
D.D. Marietta 1841. 

Henry Davis (1824-25) b. New Haven, Ct. Feb. 14, 1805; Ham.; 
Wms. 1824; ord. Bridgewater, N.Y. June 8, 1827; lawyer Syra- 
cuse from 1829; d. Graefenberg, Austrian Silesia Sept. 1, 1844. 

Ebenezer Davenport Maltbie (1824-26) b. Stamford, Ct. Dec. 20, 
1799; Ham. 1824; tutor and chap. 1826-31; ord. by Oneida 
(N.Y.) Assoc. 1832; p. Hamilton, N.Y. 1831-35; teacher Hudson 
River Acad. 1841^3; Lansingburg 1843-51; res. Syracuse; d. 
July 10, 1858. 

Daniel Newell (1824-25) res. stu. b. Orford, N.H. 1800; PA.; a.p. 
Brownfield, Me. 1826-27; ord. Oct. 24, 1827; p. Bridgton 
1827-30; Third Presb. ch. Utica, N.Y. 1830; Winfield; res. 
N.Y. City from 1834; ed. Christian Family Magazine; d. Apr. 
14, 1848. 

Sylvester Goodman Pierce (1824-26) b. Wilmington, Vt. Jan. 18, 
1797; Union (1825); ord. June 11, 1828; p. Dracut, Mass. 
1829-32 ; Methuen from 1832 ; d. May 8, 1839. 

Archelaus Fuller Putnam (1824-26) b. Danvers, Mass. July 3, 1793; 
PA.; Dart. 1819 and preceptor Moor's Charity Sch. 1821-24; 
phvsician Beverly; Mass. from 1829 ; d. Aug. 11, 1859. M.D. Dart. 
1829. 

Ezra Scovel (1824-25) b. Cornwall, Vt. Feb. 2, 1798; Midd. 1822; 
ord. Nov. 21, 1827; p. Pittsfield, N.H. 1827-29; (Presb.) Chili, 
N.Y. 1831-32; Warsaw 1833-35; (Cong.) Covington 1836-38; 
(Presb.) Phelps 1838^0; Groton 1841-44; Mexico 1845-53; 
Marathon 1854-55; Triangle 1856-57; West Newark 1858-62; 



98 ALUMNI 1828 

Spencer 1863-64; w.c. New Haven from 1864; d. Saugatuck, 
Mich. Sept. 28, 1874. 

Charles Huntington Weld (1824-26) b. Hampton, Ct. Apr. 26, 1799; 
Yale 1822; agt Amer. Bible Soc. Miss. 1830; preached Manlius, 
N.Y.; res. Belleville; d. Hyde Park, Mass. July 14, 1871. 

John William Yeomans (1824-26) b. Hinsdale, Mass. Jan. 7, 1800; 
Wms. 1824 and tutor 1826-27; ord. Nov. 12, 1828; p. North 
Adams 1828-32; First ch. Pittsfield 1832-34; (Presb.) Trenton, 
N.J. 1834-41; pres. Lafayette 1841^5; p. Danville, Pa. from 
1845; d. June 22, 1863. D.D. Wms. and Miami 1841. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

George Cone Beckwith Abbot Resident. Class of 1826. 

George Howe (1825-27) Abbot Resident. Class of 1825. 

Samuel Cram Jackson Abbot Resident. Class of 1826. 

Thomas Anderson Ogden b. Sparta, N.J. Dec. 25, 1801; N.J. Coll. 
1821; Princ. Sem. 1826; a.p. Sinking Spring, Va. 1828-30; ord. 
Jan. 23, 1829; p. Halifax 1830-35; agt Presb. Board of Educ. 
1835-39; h.m. La. and Miss. 1839-65; d. Trenton, N.J. Dec. 8, 

1878. 

1828 

GRADUATES 

Harrison. Allen b. Chilmark, Mass. Apr. 26, 1792; Bowd. 1824; agt 
A.B.C.F.M. 1828-29; ord. (Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 
1829; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Choctaws from 1829; d! Eliot, Choc- 
taw Nation Aug. 19, 1831. 

James Anderson b. Hartford, Ct. Sept. 13, 1798; ord. Aug. 12, 1829; 
p. Manchester, Vt. 1829-58 and w.c. from 1858; d. Dec. 22, 1881. 

Elisha Gulliver Babcock b. Milton, Mass. Dec. 1, 1799; Amh. 1825; 
ord. Apr. 22, 1829; p. Wiscasset, Me. 1829-31; Thetford, Vt. 
from 1831; d. Sept. 21, 1848. 

Amos Blanchard b. Peacham, Vt. Sept. 8, 1800; agt Amer. Tract 
Soc. for Western N.Y. 1828-29 ; ed. Cincinnati Christian Journal 
1830-31; ord. (Presb.) Cincinnati, 0. July 27, 1831; p. (Cong.) 
Lyndon, Vt. 1832-35; agt Indiana Com. Sch. Assoc. 1835; p. 
Cabotville (now Chicopee), Mass. 1836; Warner, N.H. 1837-39; 
Meriden 1840-65; w.c. Barnet, Vt. from 1865; d. Jan. 6, 1869. 

Harrison Gray Otis Dwight b. Conway, Mass. Nov. 22, 1803; Ham. 
1825; agt A.B.C.F.M. 1828-29; ord. Great Barrington, Mass. 
July 15, 1829; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Turkey from 1829; d. by rail- 
way accident, Shaftsbury, Vt. Jan. 25, 1862. D.D. Ham. 1852. 



ALUMNI 1828 99 

Charles Robinson Fisk b.'Wrentham, Mass. Oct. 27, 1804; Brown 
1824; ord. Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 25, 1828; h.m. 1828-31; p. 
Hold'en, Me. 1831-33; Poland 1834-35; (Presb.) Logan, 0.; editor 
Galesburg, 111.; p. Mendota 1853-55; editor Delavan; d. Dec. 28, 
1869. 

Samuel Hezzleton Fletcher b. Townshend, Vt. May 21, 1800; P. A.; 
Yale 1824; ord. Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 25, 1828; h.m. La. 
1828-29; p. Bolton, Mass.; Northbridge 1832-34; teacher St. 
Mary's Prairie, Nauvoo, Carthage, Warsaw, 111. and Keokuk, Io. 
1834-40 ; res. N.Y. City from 1840 in employ ofi publishing houses ; 
d. Apr. 22, 1885. 

Brainerd Kent b. Dorset, Vt. Apr. 25, 1802; Wms. 1824; prin. high 
sch. Fishkill, N.Y. 1828-31; h.m. Sandgate, Vt. 1831-32; ord. 
Nov. 1833; p. Hinesburg 1833-36; West Stockbridge 1837-39; 
(Presb.) Canaan, N.Y. 1839-50; teacher and city miss'y N.Y. 
City 1851-56; organizer of Railroad Mission Chicago 1856 and 
supt after; d. Jan. 29, 1888. 

James Lawton Kimball b. Lyndon, Vt. Apr. 25, 1799; Dart. 1824; 
sec. Amer. Tract Soc. Boston, 1831-32; d. Lyndon, Vt. Sept. 8, 
1833. 

Addison Kingsbury b. Coventry, Ct. July 5, 1800; Amh. 1823-24; 
ord. (Presb.) Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 25, 1828; h.m. Southern 
O. 1828-29; p. Warren and Belpre 1829-39; Putnam (now Zanes- 
ville) 1840-78 and emer. from 1878, res. Marietta; trustee Lane 
Sem. and Marietta ; d. Jan. 25, 1892. D.D. Marietta 1854. 

Abner Johnson Leavenworth b. Waterbury, Ct. July 12, 1803; Amh. 
1825; a.p. Orange, Ct. 1828-29; ord. Dec. 16, 1829; p. Bristol 
1829-31; (Presb.) Charlotte, N.C. and prin. young ladies' sem. 
1832-39 ; teacher Warrentown, Va. 1839-40 ; p. Second Presb. ch. 
Petersburg and prin. Leavenworth Academic and Collegiate Sem. ; 
d. Feb. 12, 1869. 

Leonard Luce b. Rochester (now Marion), Mass. May 14, 1799; 
Brown 1824; ord. Apr. 8, 1829; p. Westford, Mass. 1829-52 and 
res. there after; p. Boxboro 1853-58; town clerk and sch. com. 
Westford for many years; d. June 7, 1884. 

Lyman Matthews b. Middlebury, Vt. May 12, 1801; Midd. 1822; 
teacher in South 1822-25; agt Amer. Educ. Soc. 1829; ord. Aug. 
4, 1830; p. Braintree, Mass. 1830^4; w.c. Cornwall, Vt. from 
1844; trustee Midd.; d. Aug. 17, 1866. 

Calvin Noyes Ransom b. Sandgate, Vt. Feb. 15, 1800; Ohio Univ. 
1825; ord. (Presb.) Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 25, 1828; h.m. 
. Southern O. 1828-32 and p. Hamilton 1829-32; Berlin 1832-37; 
agt Amer. Bible Soc. 1837-39; agt Western Educ. Soc. 1839-10; 
p. Hebron 1840-46; Scipio 1846-50; (Cong.) Bennington, N.H. 
1850-53; Westbrook, Me. 1853-54; Poultney, Vt. 1855-59; Lowell, 



100 ALUMNI 1828 

0. 1864-68 and w.c. 1869-75; Wyoming and Columbus from 1875; 
d. Jan. 8, 1889. 

David Shepley b. Solon, Me. June 1, 1804; Bowd. 1825; ord. Feb. 
18, 1829; p. North Yarmouth 1829^9; Winslow 1851-52; res. 
Yarmouth 1862-71, p. 1864-65; res. Providence, R.I. from 1871; 
overseer and trustee Bowd. ; d. Dec. 1, 1881. D.D. Bowd. 1868. 

John Spaulding b. Mason, N.H. Nov. 30, 1800; P.A.; Midd. 1825; 
ord. (Presb.) Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 25, 1828; p. Athens, O. 
1828-33; cor. sec. Western Educ. Soc. Cincinnati 1833-37; p. 
Peoria, 111. 1837^1; cor. sec. Amer. Seamen's Friend Soc. N.Y. 
City 1841-57 and res. there from 1857; d. Apr. 2, 1889. D.D. 
Olivet 1865, Midd. 1869. 

Samuel Horatio Stearns b. Bedford, Mass. Sept. 12, 1801; P. A.; 
Harv. 1823; ord. Apr. 16, 1834; p. Old South ch. Boston 1834-36, 
but preached only three Sabbaths; traveled for health in U.S. 
and in Europe; d. Paris, France July 15, 1837. 

Amasa Stewart b. Sherman, Ct. Jan. 4, 1802; Midd. 1824; ord. Oct. 
15, 1829; p. Essex, Vt. 1829-32; Berlin 1833-34; Hampden, O. 
1834-35; teacher Loundsbury, Ala. 1837-44; p. Bucyrus, O. 1844- 
54; w.c. Holley, N.Y. 1854-59; p. South Granville 1861-62; w.c, 
Pittsford, Vt. from 1862; d. Feb. 24, 1884. 

Calvin Ellis Stowe b. Natick, Mass. Apr. 26, 1802; Bowd. 1824; in-' 
structor Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1828-30; res. lie. 1830; prof. Latin 
and Greek Dart. 1831-33 ; ord. May 24, 1833 ; prof. Bib. Lit. and 
Exegesis Lane Sem. 1833-50; prof. Nat. and Rev. Relig. Bowd. 
1850-52; prof. Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1852-64; res. Hartford, Ct. 
from 1864; translated Jahn's Hist, of Hebrew Commonwealth 
and Lowth's Lectures on Hebrew Poetry 1828; d. Aug. 15, 1886. 
D.D. Indiana 1837, Dart. 1839, Miami. 

Samuel Williams b. Boston July 2, 1803; Harv. 1824; ord. Apr. 25, 
1832; p. Brewster 1832-43; (Presb.) South Onondaga, N.Y. 1844- 
48 and w.c. 1848-56; Middleboro, Mass. 1856-74; St. Paul, Minn, 
from 1874; d. Oct. 21, 1884. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Alexander Aikman (1826-27) b. Burlington, N.J. Nov. 28, 1803; N.J.. 
Coll. 1821 and tutor 1825-26; Princ. Sem. 1823-25; Ger. Ref. 
Sem. Gettysburg, Pa.; ord. (Presb.) Philadelphia Oct. 22, 1828; 
h.m. Tallahassee, Fla. 1828-29; St. Augustine from 1830; d. 
Natchez, Miss. Apr. 21, 1831. 

John Boynton (1825-26) b. Wiscasset, Me. Apr. 11, 1801; Bowd. 
1822; teacher Brunswick, Portland and Limerick 1822-25; ord. 
Sept. 19, 1827; p. Phipsburg 1827-40; res. Wiscasset and, from 
1864, Felton, Del. occas. preaching; d. Mar. 1, 1876. 



ALUMNI 1828 101 

Eber Carpenter (1825-27) b. Vernon, Ct. June 24, 1800; Yale 1825; 
h.m. Me. and R.I. 1828-30; ord. Feb. 17, 1830; p. First ch. York, 
Me. 1830-35; Southbridge, Mass. 1835-64, also ed. National 
Preacher 1853-67; res. Boston from 1864; d. Oct. 21, 1867. 

Ephraim Eveleth (1825-27) b. Princeton, Mass. Mar. 3, 1801; Amh. 
1825; agt Amer. S.S. Union in South; ord. (Bapt.) Mar. 1, 1829; 
d. N.Y. City Mar. 5, 1829. 

Caleb Sprague Henry (1825-27) b. Rutland, Mass. Aug. 2, 1804; 
Amh. 1821-23; Dart. 1825; ord. Jan. 21, 1829; p. Second ch. 
Greenfield, Mass. 1829-31; West Hartford, Ct. 1833-35; ord. 
(Epis.) deacon June 28, 1835; priest Nov. 27, 1836; prof. Mor. 
and Intell. Phil. Bristol Coll. Pa. 1835-38; prof. Mor. and Intell. 
Phil. N.Y. Univ. 1838-52, also r. St. Clement's ch. N.Y. City 
1847-50; w.c. Belleville, N.J. and Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 1852-60; 
Newburg 1860-68; Hartford, Ct. 1868-70; r. St. Michael's ch. 
Litchfield .1870-73; w.c. Stamford 1873-80; Newburg, N.Y. from 
1880; d. Mar. 9, 1884. D.D. Hobart 1838; LL.D. N.Y. Univ. 1879. 

Henry Herrick (1825-27) b. Woodbridge, Ct. Mar. 5, 1803; P.A.; 
Yale 1822; teacher West Springfield, Mass. and New Haven, Ct. 
1822-25; teacher P. A. 1826-27; Yale Sem. 1827-28; a.p. Middle- 
ton and Saugus, Mass. 1828-29; ord. Humphreysville (now Sey- 
mour), Ct. Apr. 14, 1830; h.m. Carrollton, 111. 1830-31; agt Amer. 
S.S. Union in Vt. 1832-34; prin. fern, academies Knoxville, Tenn. 
Somerville and Moulton, Ala. 1835-42; h.m. Canada East 1844; 
Clintonville, N.Y. 1845-49; Ticonderoga 1849-53; Middlefield, 
Mass. 1853; Archbald, Pa. 1854-55; Colchester, N.Y. 1856-58; 
Exeter 1858-67; res. North Woodstock, Ct. from 1867; d. Mar. 
11, 1895. 

Jonathan Leavitt (1825-27) b. Cornish, N.H. Oct. 21, 1800; P. A.; 
Amh. 1825; ord. Pomfret, Vt. Sept. 24, 1828; h.m. S.C. and Ga. 
1828-31; preached at Westbrook, Me., Acworth, N.H., Waltham, 
Mass. 1831-35; p. Bedford 1835-40; Richmond St. ch. Provi- 
dence, R.I. 1840-63 and w.c. from 1863; d. Oct. 7, 1877. D.D. 
Amh. 1853. 

Abram Marsh (1825-27) b. Hartford, Vt. June 15, 1802; Dart. 1825; 
prin. Thetford (Vt.) Acad. 1827-28; ord. Jan. 23, 1829; h.m. 
Reading, Vt. 1829-31; p. Tolland, Ct. 1831-69; agt Ct. Bible Soc. 
1869-74; p. West Woodstock 1874-77; d. Tolland Sept. 2, 1877. 

Solomon Maxwell (1825-26) b. Lebanon, Ct. Mar. 1799; Amh. 1824; 
assoc. prin. Amherst (Mass.) Acad, from 1826; d. Lebanon, Ct. 
July 21, 1828. 

Alvan Nash (1825-27) b. Middlefield, Mass. Feb. 6, 1799; Wms. 
1825; p. (Presb.) Ravenna, O. 1829-35 and 1839-41; Sandusky 
City 1836-39; Chester 1841-45; Chagrin Falls 1845^7; Con- 
neaut 1847-60, also prin. young ladies' sem. Willoughby; p. Islip, 



102 ALUMNI 1828 

N.Y. 1S60-65: Garland. Pa. 1860-07; Corry from 1807; d. Mar. 
IS, 1868. 

John Adams Nash (1825-26) b. Conway, Mass. Sept. S. 1798: Wins. 
1820-21: Amh. 1824; prin. Hopkins Acad. Hadley 1826-27: 
Bloomfield (N.J.) Acad. 1828-30; prin. private seh. N.Y. City 
1831-36; ord. Or. 20. 1836; p. (Presb.) Binghamton 1836-3S; 
prin. Commercial and Classical Boarding Sch. Pittsfield, Mass. 
1838-45; Mt. Pleasant Inst. Amherst 1S46-54; instructor Agri- 
culture. Amh. 1S52-55. also ed. Valley Farmer; ed. Plough, 
Loom and Anvil and agrie. ed. Tribune and Evangelist N.Y. 
City 1855-73; res. Amherst from 1873; d. Oct. 7, 1877. 

Jeremiah Porter (1825-27) b. Hadley. Mass. Dec. 27, 1804; Wins. 
1825; Princ. Sem. 1830-31; ord. Hadley Oct. 3. 1831; h.m. Sanlt 
Ste. Marie. Mich. Ter. 1831-33: accompanied troops to Fort Dear- 
born 1833: organized First Presb. eh. Chicago. 111. and p. 1833- 
35; Peoria 1835-37; Farmington. 1S37-40; Green Bay. Wis. 1840- 
(Cong.) Edwards eh. Chicago. 111. 1868-02; chap. 1st 111. 
Light Artillery 1862-65; agt U.S. Sanitary Com. and U.S. Chr. 
Com. Tex. 1865-66: p. Prairie dn Chien. Wis. 1S66-68; Browns- 
ville. Tex. 1868-70: chap. U.S.A. from 1S70; Brownsville 1870- 
73. Fort Sill. Ind. Ter. 1873-75. Fort D. A. Russell. Wy. Ter. 1875- 
80; p. Grass Valley, Cal. 1880-81: res. Detroit. Mich, and Beloit. 
Wis. : d. July 25. 1S93. D.D. Wms. 1886. 

Samuel Rockwell (1825-27) b. West Winsted. Ct. Apr. 18, 1S03: 
Yale 1825; Yale Sem. 1828: ord. Apr. 11. 1832: p. Plaintield 
1832-41; South eh. New Britain 1842-58 and res. there after: 
treas. Savings Bank: judge probate; senator; d. Dec. 25. 1880. 

David Sanford (1825-27) b. Medwav. Mass. Ausr. 28. 1801: Brown 
1825: ord. May 22. 1828: p. Newmarket. N.H. 1828-30: Village 
eh. Dorchester. Mass. 1S30-3S; Village ch. Medwav from 1838; 
d. Dec. 17. 1S75. 

Eli Newton Sawtell (1825-26) re*, stu. b. Milford. N.H. Sept. 8. 
1709; Greeneville Coll. Tenn. 1823: Southern and Western Theol. 
Sem. Maryville 1825: ord. (Presb.) Maryville Oct. 7. 1S25; h.m. 
in Southwest 1826-28; p. Versailles. Ky. 1828-29: First ch. 
Louisville 1829-30 and Second ch. 1S30-36: seamen's chap. Havre. 
France 1S36-43 and 1S54-64; sec. Anier. and For. Evang. Soc 
1843-50; prin. fern. sem. Cleveland, O. 1850-54: agt U.S. Chr. 
Com. Arlington Heights, Va. 1864; p. First Cong. ch. Saratoga. 
N.Y. 1865-6S: in seamen's cause. Philadelphia^. Pa. 1868-60: 
tinan. sec. Lincoln Univ. Pa. 1860-73: res. Brooklyn. N.Y. and 
Staten Island from 1S73: d. Apr. 6. 1S85. D.D. Maryville Coll. 
1858. 

Charles Albert Spooner (1825-26) res. stu. b. Oakham. Mass. Aug. 
20, 1796; Union 1826: teacher Leicester (Mass.) Acad. 1829-33; 
ord. (Epis.) deacon May 4. 1830; priest 1S36: r. Salem. Ct. 1836- 



ALUMNI 1828 103 

40; teacher Wilmington, Del. 1843-49; Norwich, Ct. 1849-73 and 
res. there after; d. Oct. 11, 1883. 

Lucius Linsley Tilden (1825-26) b. Cornwall, Vt. Nov. 11, 1802; 
Midd. 1823; ord. Mar. 17, 1830; p. West Rutland 1830-40; prin. 
Middlebury Fern. Sem. 1840^5, also p. Weybridge 1842-43 ; supt 
schools Addison Co. 1846-48, also p. Cornwall 1847; bank cashier 
Bethel 1851-54; Royalton 1854-57; asst lib'n Congr. Lib. Wash- 
ington 1861-62; clerk dept of Agric. 1862-65; Treas'y dept 1865- 
74; res. Nashua, N.H. from 1874; trustee Midd.; d. Nov. 9, 1886. 

William Twining (1825-27) b. New Haven, Ct. Dec. 9, 1805; Yale 
1825; Yale Sem. 1827-28; ord. Jan. 6, 1830; p. Great Falls, 
Somersworth, N.H. 1829-31; Appleton St. (now Eliot) ch. Lowell, 
Mass. 1831-35; prin. fern. sem. Madison, Ind. 1836-43; prof. 
Math., Nat. Phil, and Astron. Wabash 1843-54; res. Crawfords- 
ville 1854-59; p. Beardstown, 111. 1859-63; res. St. Louis, Mo. 
from 1863; d. Laclede, a suburb of St. Louis, June 5, 1884. 

Edward Royall Tyler (1825-26) res. stu. b. Guilford, Vt. Aug. 3, 
1800; Yale 1825; teacher Cambridgeport, Mass. 1825-26; Yale 
Sem. 1827-28; ord. Dec. 27, 1827; p. South ch. Middletown, Ct. 
1827-32; Colebrook 1833-36; agt Amer. Anti-slavery Soc. 1836- 
37; ed. Connecticut Observer Hartford 1838-42 ; res. New Haven; 
ed. and prop'r New Englander 1843-48; d. Sept. 28, 1848. 

Russell Whiting (1826-27) from Albany, N.Y.; Union 1825; Princ. 
Sem. 1825-26; ord. by Albany Presb'y Oct. 29, 1828; p. Batavia, 
N.Y. 1829-31; Bethany 1831-34 and 1839^0; Elba 1838; Volney 
1845-47; (Cong.) Chapinsville 1847-49; Oswego, 111. 1849-51; 
Lockport 1851-52; Richmond and West Hebron 1852; Bristol 
1852-54; d. Sugar Grove Nov. 25, 1855. 

Hubbard Winslow (name changed from Asher Hubbard Winslow) 
(1826-27) b. Williston, Vt. Oct. 30, 1799; PA.; Yale 1825; Yale 
Sem. 1825-26, 1827-28; ord. Dec. 4, 1828; p. First ch. Dover, 
N.H. 1828-32; Bowdoin St. ch. Boston 1832-44 and prin. Mt. 
Vernon Sch. for Young Ladies 1844—53; foreign travel and lit. 
work 1853-57; p. First Presb. ch. Geneva, N.Y. 1857-59; 50th 
St. Presb. ch. N.Y. City; w.c. Brooklyn from 1861; author of 
philosophical and religious books; ed. with Jacob Abbott, class of 
1825, and Nehemiah Adams, class of 1829, Religious Magazine 
Boston 1837-40; d. Williston, Vt. Aug. 13, 1864. D.D. Ham. 1858. 

Dennis Marvin Winston (1825-27) b. Utica, N.Y. Jan. 1, 1801; Ham. 
1825; agt Amer. Bible Soc. N.C. 1827-28; ord. (Presb.) Greens- 
boro, Ga. Aug. 7, 1829; res. Darien; p. Bryan 1834; d. near Frank- 
fort, Ky. Feb. 25, 1840. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

John Ripley Adams Class of 1826. 
Lucius Field Class of 1825. 



104 ALUMNI 1829 

1829 

GRADUATES 

John Stevens Cabot Abbott b. Brunswick, Me. Sept. 18, 1805 ; Bowd. 
1825; ord. Jan. 28, 1830; p. Calvinist (now Central) ch. Worces- 
ter, Mass. 1830-35 ; Eliot ch. Roxbury 1835^1 ; Nantucket 1841- 
43; w.c. N.Y. City 1843-51; res. Brunswick, Me. 1851-60, p. 
Durham 1856-57; Freeport 1857-59, also Farmington 1858-60; 
Cheshire, Ct. 1860; Howe St. ch. New Haven 1861-66 and w.c. 
1866-70; p. Second ch. Fair Haven 1870-74 and w.c. from 1874; 
author of many biographical and historical books; d. June 17, 
1877. D.D. Bowd. 1875. 

Judah Isaac Abraham b. Hitchen, Hertfordshire, Eng. 1803; ord. 
May 12, 1830; miss'y of Amer. Soc. for Meliorating Condition of 
Jews, N.Y. City 1829-30 and in Europe from 1830; "left Gibral- 
tar for Morocco Jan. 1832, and was never again heard of." 

Nehemiah Adams b. Salem, Mass. Feb. 19, 1806; Harv. 1826; ord. 
Dec. 17, 1829; p. First ch. Cambridge 1829-34; Union ch. Boston 
1834-71 and emer. from 1871; author of religious and doctrinal 
books; d. Oct. 6, 1878. D.D. Amh.' 1847. 

Cyrus Williams Allen b. Taunton, Mass. Oct. 28, 1806 ; Brown 1826 ; 
agt Amer. Tract Soc. 111. and Mo. 1830-33; ord. (Presb.) St. 
Louis Oct. 6, 1833; h.m. Potosi 1833-34; p. (Cong.) Norton, 
Mass. 1835-^2; Pelham, N.H. 1843^7; Colerain, Mass. 1849- 
52; Hubbardston 1852-60 and w.c. 1860-63; p. East Jaffrey, N.H. 
1863-70; Hanover, Mass. 1871-79; w.c. West Roxbury from 1879; 
d. Apr. 11, 1882. 

Calvin Washington Babbitt b. Goshen, Mass. June, 1798 ; Amh. 1826 ; 
ord. (Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; h.m. Tenn. 
1829; Tazewell Co. 111. 1830-37; p. Prince's Grove 1837-39; 
Grand Detour 1839^0; w.c. Bloomington and Washington; in 
business and teaching Metamora from 1846; d. by railroad acci- 
dent, La Salle Nov. 26, 1869. 

Elijah Coleman Bridgman b. Belchertown, Mass. Apr. 22, 1801; 
Amh. 1826; ord. Belchertown Oct. 8, 1829; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Canton and Macao, China 1829^7; Shanghai from 1847; d. 
Oct. 27, 1861. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1841. 

John White Chickering b. Woburn, Mass. Mar. 19, 1808 ; P. A. ; Midd. 
1826; res. lie. 1830; ord. Apr. 14, 1830; p. Bolton, Mass. 1830- 
35; High St. ch. Portland, Me. 1835-65; sec. Suffolk Temp. Union, 
res. Wakefield, Mass. 1865-70; sec. Mass. and Congressional 
Temp, societies from 1870; res. Boston and Washington; over- 
seer Bowd. ; d. Brooklyn, N.Y. Dec. 9, 1888. D.D. Bowd. 1855. 

Ansel Russell Clark b. Lunenburg, Vt. June 27, 1800; P.A.; Dart. 
1826; ord. (Presb.) -Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; sec. 
Amer. Educ. Soc. West. Res. O. 1829-36; ed. Ohio Observer 



ALUMNI 1829 105 

(Hudson) 1836-37; Cleveland Observer 1837-40; p. Wellington 
1844-57; (Cong.) Huntington 1858-73; w.c. Collamer (now East 
Cleveland) from 1873; d. July 29, 1887. 

Walter Follett b. Worcester, Mass. Jan. 7, 1799; Midd. 1825; sec. 
Amer. Tract Soc. Boston 1829-31; ord. Oct. 17, 1832; p. South- 
boro 1832-37; Dudley 1837-41; Temple, N.H. 1845-54 and w.c. 
from 1854; d. Hannibal, Mo. Feb. 21, 1874. 

Hervey Owen Higley b. Castleton, Vt. July 14, 1801; Midd. 1825; 
ord. (Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; h.m. p. George- 
town, 0. 1829-30; (Cong.) Hartford 1831-36; w.c. Castleton, Vt. 
from 1836; d. Apr. 4, 1878. 

Isaac Hosford b. Thetford, Vt. Nov. 10, 1796; Dart. 1826; h.m. Vt. 
and Mass. 1829-38; ord. Feb. 14, 1838; p. Saxonville 1838-48; 
city miss'y Lowell 1849-56; chap. Insane Asylum, Worcester 
1857-60; res. North Thetford, Vt. from 1860; p. Fairlee 1861- 
66; North Thetford 1866-71; d. Oct. 8, 1883. 

Spofford Dodge Jewett b. Barnstead, N.H. Sept. 21, 1801; Dart. 
1826; ord. Feb. 3, 1830; p. Griswold, Ct. 1830-36; Hpokset, N.H. 
1838-39; Windsor, Ct. 1839^3; Westchester 1844-58; Middle- 
field 1858-67 and w.c. from 1867; postmaster and town treasurer; 
d. Mar. 11, 1888. 

Seth Harrison Keeler b. Brandon, Vt. Sept. 24, 1800; Midd. 1826; 
ord. Oct. 15, 1829; p. South Berwick, Me. 1829-36; Amesbury, 
Mass. 1836-39; Calais, Me. 1839-67; Mont Vernon, N.H. 1867- 
75; w.c. Somerville, Mass. from 1875; d. Dec. 26, 1886. D.D. 
Midd. 1864. 

Henry Little b. Boscawen, N.H. Mar. 23, 1800; Dart. 1826; ord. 
(Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; agt Amer. Educ. 
Soc. 1829-31; p. Oxford, O. 1831-33; gen. agt and sec. Amer. 
H.M. Soc. for the West, Cincinnati 1833-38; p. Second Presb. 
ch. Madison, Ind. 1838^0 and res. there from 1840; sec. Amer. 
H.M. Soc. for the West 1840-61; dist. sec. Presb. Home Missions 
1861-82; d. Feb. 25, 1882. D.D. Wabash 1867. 

Cutting Marsh b. Danville, Vt. July 20, 1800; P.A.; Dart. 1826; 
ord. (Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; miss'y A.B.C. 
F.M. to Stockbridge Indians Wis. 1829-48; h.m. Northern Wis. 
1848-52; p. Waupaca 1852-65 and w.c. from 1865; d. July 4, 
1873. 

Martin Mercillian Post b. Cornwall, Vt. Dec. 3, 1806; Midd. 1826; 
ord. (Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; p. Logansport, 
Ind. from 1829, also prin. Logansport Sem. 1849-54; d. Oct. 11, 
1876. D.D. Midd. 1863. 

Levi Pratt b. Cummington, Mass. Oct. 17, 1799; Amh. 1826; ord. 
June 23, 1830; p. Hatfield 1830-35; Medford from 1835; d. Aug. 
9, 1837. 



106 ALUMNI 1829 

George Punchard b. Salem, Mass. June 7, 1806; Dart. 1826; ord. 
Mar. 11, 1830; p. Plymouth, N.H. 1830-44; one of founders of 
Boston Traveler, ed. 1845-57, assoc. ed. 1867-71; Boston sec. 
Amer. Tract Soc. 1859-67; author and publisher History of Con- 
gregationalism; d. Boston, Apr. 2, 1880. 

Charles Marsh Putnam b. Marietta, 0. Feb. 24, 1802; Yale 1826; 
ord. (Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; p. Jersey, O. 
1829-69, also (Cong.) St. Albans 1832-34; d. Jersey Apr. 17, 1870. 

Andrew Hunter Reed b. Oakham, Mass. Feb. 25, 1799; Amh. 1826; 
ord. (Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; p. Bozrahville, 
Ct. 1829-34 and 1839-41; Raymond, N.H. 1834-36; Mason 1836- 
39; Mendon, Mass. 1841-48, and w.c. from 1848; d. Littleton 
Dec. 4, 1881. 

Loren Robbins b. Wethersfield, Ct. Feb. 1799; Yale 1821; tutor 
Transyl. Univ. Ky. 1829-30; a.p. Sandusky, O. 1830-31; ord. 
(Presb.) Apr. 14, 1831; p. Portland 1831-32; (Cong.) Oxford, 
Mass. 1832-35; (Presb.) Fairplay, Wis. 1850-52; Orono 1852-54; 
(Cong.) Neponset, 111. 1858; w.c. Kewanee from 1858; d. La Salle 
Mar. 29, 1866. 

Jonathan Maltby Rowland b. Fairfield, Ct. Jan. 26, 1804; Bowd. 
1826; Princ. Sem. 1826-28; ord. (Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston 
Sept. 24, 1829; p. Batavia, N.Y. 1829-33; Union, Pa. 1833-40; 
city miss'y Brooklyn, N.Y. 1841-50 and p. (Ref. Dutch) South 
ch. from 1850; d. Oct. 2, 1853. 

Henry Shedd b. Jaffrey, N.H. May 16, 1803; Dart. 1826; ord. 
(Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; h.m. O. from 1829; 
Mt. Gilead 1829-36, 1838-42 and 1854-62; Pisgah 1836-38; Lower 
Liberty 1842-50; Delhi 1850-52; Lexington 1852-54; res. Mt. 
Gilead from 1854; p. York 1870-73 and 1874-75; d. June 17, 1886. 
D.D. Central Coll. O. 1877. 

Robert Southgate b. Portland, Me. Jan. 28, 1808; Bowd. 1826; ord. 
Jan. 4, 1832; p. Woodstock, Vt. 1832-36; Wethersfield, Ct. 1837- 
43; (Presb.) Monroe, Mich. 1845-49; (Cong.) First ch. Ipswich, 
Mass. 1851-68; Fourth ch. Hartford, Ct. 1868-69; Orford, N.H. 
1870-71; Hartford, Vt. from 1871; d. Woodstock Feb. 6, 1873. 

Tertius Dunning Southworth b. Rome, N.Y. July 25, 1801; Ham. 
1827; Auburn Sem. 1827-28; res. lie. And. Sem. 1830; a.p. Paris,. 
N.Y. 1829-32; ord. Utica Oct. 7, 1832; p. Claremont, N.H. 1834- 
38; Franklin, Mass. 1838-50 and w.c. 1850-52; p. Bennington 
and Pownal, Vt. 1853-57; Pleasant Prairie, Wis. 1859-68; res. 
Bridgewater, N.Y. from 1869; d. Aug. 2, 1864. 

John Starkweather b. Worthington, Mass. Oct. 27, 1800; Yale 1825; 
ord. Apr. 22, 1830; p. Billerica, Mass. 1830-31; Bristol, R.I. 1831- 
34; Buffalo, N.Y.; Binghamton; Orange, Ct. 1839-40; w.c. New 
Haven and Hamden from 1840; d. Dec. 5, 1865. 



ALUMNI 1829 107 

Oliver Alden Taylor b. Yarmouth, Mass. Aug. 28, 1801; Allegheny 
1821-22 ; Union 1825 ; lit. work, Andover, Mass. 1829-38 ; res. lie. 
1836; instructor Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1836-37; ord. Newbury, 
Nov. 14, 1838; preached at Greenfield and vicinity 1838-39; p. 
Manchester from 1839; d. Dec. 13, 1851. 

Erdix Tenny b. Corinth, Vt. June 11, 1801; Midd. 1826; ord. Jan. 
5, 1831; p. Lyme, N.H. 1831-67; w.c. Westboro, Mass. 1867-80; 
Norwich, Ct. from 1880; d. Nov. 14, 1882. D.D. Midd. 1863. 

Caleb Branch Tracy b. New Marlboro, Mass. July 11, 1799; Wms. 
1826; ord. Mar. 10, 1830; p. Canaan, N.Y. 1830; Troy 1830-31; 
Glens Falls 1831-32; North Adams, Mass. 1832-34; Petersham 
1834-37; Boscawen, N.H. 1837-51; St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1852-53; 
Northfield 1854-56; Rochester 1856-59; Jericho 1860-65; Ben- 
nington, NH. 1865-68 ; Wilmot 1868-77; w.c. Wilmot and Andover 
from 1877; d. Jan. 14, 1881. 

George Trask b. Beverly, Mass. Aug. 26, 1796; Bowd. 1826; ord. 
Sept. 15, 1830; p. Framingham, Mass. 1830-36; Warren 1836-47; 
Trin. ch. Fitchburg 1847-49 and w.c. after; engaged in temper- 
ance and anti-tobacco reform; d. Jan. 25, 1875. 

Phanuel Warner Warriner b. Wilbraham, Mass. Mar. 17, 1799; 
Ham. 1826; ord. (Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; p. 
Monroe, Mich. 1829-33; White Pigeon 1833-39; teacher Tex.; 
chap. U.S.N. ; agt Amer. Bible Soc. Tex. 1847-61; res. Troup and 
Tyler from 1861; d. Nov. 3, 1879. 

Ira Mason Weed b. Hinesburg, Vt. Jan. 14, 1804; Univ. Vt. 1825; 
ord. (Presb.) Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; h.m. Vt. 1829- 
30; p. Ypsilanti, Mich. 1830-47; dist. sec. AB.C.F.M. Chicago, 
111. 1847-56; finan. agt Lind Univ. Lake Forest 1856-58; w.c. 
1858-62; p. First ch. Granville 1862-66; w.c. Ypsilanti, Mich, 
from 1866; d. Nov. 30, 1871. 

Seward Wyman b. North Yarmouth, Me. Oct. 8, 1803; Bowd. 1825; 
bank clerk N.Y. City; merchant Portland, Me.; d. May 4, 1860. 

John Kimball Young b. Dover, N.H. Mar. 22, 1802; Dart. 1821; 
teacher Dover, and Charleston, S.C. 1822-27; ord. (Presb.) Park 
St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; agt Amer. Educ. Soc. 1829-31; p. 
(Cong.) Meredith Bridge (now Laconia), N.H. 1831-67; Hopkin- 
ton 1867-74; w.c. Laconia from 1874; d. Jan. 28, 1875. D.D. 
Dart. 1859. 

NON-GRADUATES 

John Henry Black (1826-27) b. Newark, N.J. July 25, 1801; Ham. 
1821 ; prin. classical schools, Natchez, Liberty and Oakland, Miss. ; 
d. Belleville, N.J. June 10, 1875. 

Amos Blanchard (1826-27) b. Andover, Mass. Mar. 7, 1804; PA.; 
Yale 1826 and tutor 1828-29; Yale Sem. 1829; ord. Dec. 25, 1829; 



108 ALUMNI 1829 

p. First ch. Lowell, Mass. 1829-45 and Kirk St. ch. from 1845; 
trustee P.A. (and And. Sem.) and Abbot Acad.; d. Jan. 14, 1870. 
D.D. Wms. 1852. 

Peter Allan Brinsmade (1826-28) b. New Hartford, Ct. Apr. 1, 
1804; Bowd. 1826; Yale Sem. 1828-29; book publisher Augusta, 
Me.; merchant Honolulu, H.I.; U.S. consul 1839-45; in business 
San Francisco, Cal.; d. Lowell, Mass. Jan. 6, 1859. 

Artemas Bullard (1826-28) b. Northbridge, Mass. June 3, 1802; 
Amh. 1826; ord. Andover Apr. 20, 1831; sec. Mass. S.S. Union 
in N.E. and West 1828-32; dist. sec. A.B.C.F.M. Cincinnati, O. 
1832-38; p. First Presb. ch. St. Louis, Mo. from 1838; d. by rail- 
road accident in Mo. Nov. 1, 1855. D.D. Marion Coll. Mo. 1841. 

Charles Cleaveland (182&-27) b. Guilford, Ct. June 26, 1804; Midd. 
1824; Epis. Sem. Va. 1829; ord. deacon Nov. 3, 1829; priest 1837; 
r. Shelburne, Vt. 1840-48; Canton, Miss. 1848-51; Ashfield, 
Mass. 1853-59; N.Y. City from 1860; d. Dec. 19, 1865. 

Joseph Metcalf Driver (1826-28) b. Salem, Mass. Apr. 4, 1801; Harv. 
1821-23; ord. (Bapt.) Oct. 8, 1828; p. North Reading 1828-29; 
Brookline 1830; Randolph 1830-32; Sharon 1832-34; Maiden 
1838-40; Plymouth 1840-^2; Poultney, Vt. 1842^5; Charlotte 
1845-50; Grafton 1850-52; Georgetown, Mass. 1853-54; Rockport 
1856-59; chap. U.S.A. Columbian Hospital, Washington, D.C. 
1862-65; p. Hampton Falls, N.H. 1867-68; w.c. Salem, Mass. 
1868-74; Windsor, Vt. from 1874; d. Dec. 22, 1878. 

Daniel Freeman (1826-27) b. Tompkins Co. N.Y. Sept. 24, 1798; 
Wms. 1826; d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, Oct. 6, 
1827. 

Marcus A. Jones (1825-26, 1827-28) from Athol, Mass.; Harv.; d. in 
Ky. or Tenn. 1837 or 1838. 

Caleb Kimball (1826-28) b. Ipswich, Mass. June 3, 1798; PA.; 
Dart. 1826; ord. Barnstable, Mass. 1832; p. Harwich 1832-34 and 
1839; Biddeford, Me. 1840-42; w.c. Ipswich, Mass. and Medway 
from 1842; blind for many years; author of religious books; d. 
June 19, 1879. 

Milton Kimball (1826-27) b. Boscawen, N.H. Feb. 20, 1799; Amh. 
1826; Auburn Sem. 1827-29; ord. (Presb.) Auburn, N.Y. July 21, 
1829; h.m. Chester, O. 1829-33; agt A.B.C.F.M. in 111. and Mo. 
1834-36; p. Augusta, 111. 1836-46 and w.c. from 1846; d. Oct. 10, 
1865. 

Frederic Luke (1826-27) from Bethlehem, NY.; Union 1826; farmer 
Bethlehem; d. 1829. 

Joseph Peek (1826-27) b. Amherst, Mass. July 1796; Amh. 1826; 
d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, Sept. 24, 1827. 



ALUMNI 1830 109 

George William Perkins (1826-28) b. Hartford, Ct. Feb. 22, 1804; 
Yale 1824; Yale Sem. 1829; ord. May 30, 1830; p. Amer. Presb. 
ch. Montreal, Can. 1829-39; First Cong. ch. Meriden, Ct. 1841- 
54; First Cong. ch. Chicago, 111. and ed. Cong. Herald 1855; d. 
Nov. 13, 1856. 

Anson Rood (1826-27) b. Jericho, Vt. Mar. 19, 1802; Midd. 1825; 
Princ. Sem. 1825-26; res. grad. Yale Sem. 1828-29; ord. Apr. 23, 
1829; p. Danbury, Ct. 1829-37; (Presb.) Philadelphia, Pa. 1837- 
49 and w.c. from 1849; assoc. ed. North American 1849-51; 
teacher and in philanthropic work 1851-57; d. Nov. 27, 1857. 

Ebenezer Putney Salmon (1826-27) res. stu. b. Goshen, Mass. Apr. 
5, 1804; Princ. Sem. 1829-30; ord. Williamsburg, Mass. Oct. 26, 
1830; p. Ruggles, O. 1830-31; Ridgefield 1831-33; Greenfield 
1832-35; Peru 1835-39; Fairfield 1839-53; Bronson 1853-56; 
Plymouth 1856-60; Allen's Grove, Wis. 1860-64; Palmyra 1864- 
65; Columbus 1865-67; w.c. Beloit from 1867; d. Dec. 11, 1880. 

Asa Milton Train (1826-27) b. Enfield, Mass. July 26, 1800; Amh. 
1825; Yale Sem. 1827-28; ord. July 16, 1828; p. Milford, Ct. 
1828-50; Burlington 1855-56; Prospect 1855-56 and 1858-60; 
w.c. Milford from 1860 ; representative ; senator ; d. June 14, 1863. 

Melancthon Gilbert Wheeler (1828-29) b. Charlotte, Vt. May 22, 
1802; Midd. 1822-23; Union 1825; Princ. Sem. 1826-28; ord. 
(Presb.) Newburyport, Mass. Aug. 12, 1829; h.m. Falmouth 1829- 
30; p. First ch. Abington 1831-33; Conway 1833-41; Williams- 
burg 1842^16; Edwards ch. Northampton 1846; agt Amer. Col'n 
Soc. 1848-55; p. South Dartmouth 1855-59; Grafton, Vt. 1859- 
62; preached at Roslindale, Roxbury; p. North Woburn from 
1865; d. Feb. 9, 1870. 

George Palmer Williams (1826-27) res. stu. b. Woodstock, Vt. Apr. 
13, 1802; Univ. Vt. 1825; instructor Kenyon Coll. prep. sch. 1828- 
30 and 1834-37; prof. Anc. Lang. Western Univ. Pa. 1831-34; 
teacher Pontiac, Mich. 1837^1; ord. (Epis.) deacon Jan. 24, 
1847; min. St. Andrew's ch. Ann Arbor 1850-52; prof. Lang. 
Univ. Mich. 1841, prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. 1841-54, prof. Math. 
1854-63 and emer. from 1863; d. Sept. 4, 1881. LL.D. Kenyon 
1849. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATE 

Joel Worthington Newton (1827-29) Abbot Resident. Class of 1827. 

1830 

GRADUATES 

Joseph Abbott b. Philadelphia, Pa. Aug. 16, 1808; Univ. Pa. 1824- 
26; Union 1827; a.p. First Presb. ch. Newburyport, Mass. 1830- 
31; ord. (Cong.) Oct. 23, 1834; p. Dane St. ch. Beverly 1834-66 
and w.c. from 1866; d. Apr. 10, 1867. D.D. Union 1860. 



110 ALUMNI 1830 

William Adams b. Colchester, Ct. Jan. 25, 1807; P. A.; Yale 1827; 
res. lie. 1831; ord. Feb. 2, 1831; p. Brighton, Mass. 1831-34; 
Central Presb. ch. N.Y. City 1834-53 and Madison Sq. ch. 1853- 
73; pres. Union Sem. and prof. Sac. Rhet. from 1873; d. Orange 
Mountain, N.J. Aug. 31, 1880. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1842; LL.D. N.J. 
Coll. 1869. Son of Principal John Adams, trustee. 

John McClench Bartley b. Londonderry, N.H. May 15, 1799; Amh. 
1821-24; a.p. Martha's Vineyard, Mass. 1830; Orleans 1830-32; 
ord. Oct. 12, 1836; p. Hampstead, N.H. 1836-58; York, Me. 1859; 
Kittery from 1859 ; d. June 2, 1860. 

John Batchelder b. Wendell (now Sunapee), N.H. July 18, 1801; 
Dart. 1827; preached in R.I. 1831-33; ord. (Epis.) deacon July 
5, 1831; min. Trinity ch. Jacksonville, 111. 1833-38; ord. priest; 
r. Christ ch. Burlington, Io. 1840-50; h.m. 111. and Io. ; res. Bur- 
lington from 1850; d. Mar. 25, 1867. 

George Barrell Cheever b. Hallowell, Me. Apr. 17, 1807; Bowd. 1825; 
ord. Feb. 13, 1833; p. Howard St. ch. Salem, Mass. 1833-36; 
foreign travel 1836-38 and 1843-44, corres. N.Y. Observer and 
N.Y. Evangelist; ed. Evangelist 1845; p. Allen St. Presb. ch. 
N.Y. City 1839^4 and (Cong.) ch. of the Puritans 1846-67; res. 
Englewood, N.J. from 1867; while in Seminary published two 
volumes of literary selections; prolific writer of books and arti- 
cles, especiallv in interest of temperance and anti-slavery reform ; 
d. Oct. 1, 1890. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1844. 

Bela Bates Edwards b. Southampton, Mass. July 4, 1802; Wms. 
1820-21; Amh. 1824 and tutor 1826-28; asst sec. Amer. Educ. 
Soc. 1828-33 and ed. Amer. Quar. Register 1828-42; Amer. 
Quar. Observer 1833-34; Biblical Repository 1835-38; Biblio- 
theca Sacra 1844-52; ord. by Andover Assoc. Methuen, Mass. 
Oct. 3, 1837; prof. Hebrew Lang, and Lit. And. Sem. 1837-48 
and prof. Sac. Lit. from 1848; trustee Amh.; d. Athens, Ga. Apr. 
20, 1852. D.D. Dart. 1844. 

John S Emerson b. Chester, N.H. Dec. 28, 1800; PA.; Dart. 1826; 
agt A.B.C.F.M. 1830-31; ord. Meredith Bridge (now Laconia) 
May 19, 1831; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Hawaiian Islands from 1831; 
prepared English-Hawaiian dictionary and elementary text-books; 
d. Waialua, Oahu Mar. 28, 1867. m!d. Dart. 1860. 

Lucian Farnham b. Lisbon, Ct. July 8, 1799; Amh. 1827; ord. 
(Presb.) Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 23, 1830; h.m. Lewistown, 
111. 1830-31 and instructor 111. Coll. 1831; p. Jacksonville 1832- 
33; Hampshire Colony Cong. ch. Princeton 1833-38; Hadley 1840- 
42; (Presb.) Batavia and Big Grove 1842-44, also Big Woods 
1842-47; Batavia 1848^9; Lockport 1849-50; Newark 1851-57 
and res. there after; d. July 8, 1874. 



ALUMNI 1830 111 

Ferris Fitch b. Pawlet, Vt. Oct. 3, 1802; Midd. 1826; ord. Oct. 20, 
1830; p. Belfast, Me. 1830-31; Eliot 1832-34; Painesville, 0. 
1834-36; (Presb.) Richmond. 1836-37; Huron 18^7-38; Lower 
Sandusky 1838-43; Avon 1844-47; d. Brownhelm June 30, 1847. 

Joseph Fuller b. Vershire, Vt. Dec. 18, 1806; Midd. 1827; ord. Sept. 
29, 1830; p. Kennebunk, Me. 1830-34; Brimfield, Mass. 1835-37; 
Ridgefield, Ct. 1838-42; w.c. Vershire, Vt. 1843-53, p. 1853-60 
and w.c. from 1860; d. Jan. 8, 1886. 

David Downs Gregory b. Sand Lake, N.Y. Aug-. 27, 1802; Wms. 
1827; Auburn Sem. 1827-29; a.p. Ripley, N.Y. 1830-31; ord. 
(Presb.) Nov. 10, 1831; Fredonia 1831-33; Westfield 1833-38; 
Binghamton 1838-47; Tabernacle ch. Cincinnati, O. 1847-53 and 
1858-59; North East, Pa. 1853-58; (Cong.) Prattsburg, N.Y. 
1859-66; res. Binghamton from 1866; p. (Presb.) Apalachin 1866 
and East Maine 1874; d. Sept. 16, 1874. 

Ichabod Andrus Hart b. Paris (now Marshall) N.Y. Feb. 16, 1803 
Ham. 1826; Princ. Sem. 1826-27; ord. Newburyport, Mass. Sept 
23, 1830; h.m. Adams, N.Y. 1830-31; agt Amer. Educ. Soc. Cen- 
tral N.Y. 1831-33; p. Cooperstown 1833-35; Franklin 1835-39 
Sandusky, O. 1839^4; Kenosha, Wis. 1845-47; Greenwood, 111 
1847-57; res. Bloomfield, Wis. 1857-65; agt Walworth Co. Inst 
1856-60; in business 1860-65; res. Wheaton, 111. from 1865; agt 
Western Tract and Book Soc. 1865-67; treas. Wheaton Coll. 
1867-73, also assoc. ed. Christian Cynosure; d. Aug. 20, 1887. 

George Whitefield Hathaway b. Freetown, Mass. Dec. 11, 1807; 
Brown 1822-24; Wms. 1827; agt A.B.C.F.M. 1830-31; a.p. Can- 
ton 1832; West Bridgewater 1832-33; ord. Mar. 20, 1833; p. 
Bloomfield (now Skowhegan), Me. 1833-60; Grinnell, Io. 1860- 
61; Bingham, Me. 1861-63; chap. 19th Me. Vols. 1863-65; res. 
Skowhegan 1870-77; representative; res. Compton, Cal. 1878-82; 
Los Angeles from 1882 ; d. July 1, 1891. 

Osgood Herrick b. Marlboro, N.H. Nov. 19, 1799; Dart. 1826; ord. 
Dec. 9, 1830; p. Millbury, Mass. from 1830; d. Mar. 16, 1837. 

Edwin Jennison b. Walpole, N.H. Aug. 26, 1805; Dart. 1827; ord. 
Aug. 17, 1831; p. Walpole 1831-35; Mont Vernon 1836-41; Ash- 
burnham, Mass. 1842-46; Hopkinton, N.H. 1847-49; Third ch. 
Alstead 1850-52; Langdon 1852-55; w.c. Walpole 1856-60; Win- 
chester 1860-80; Conway, Mass. from 1880; d. Dec. 25, 1887. 

John Ballard Kendall b. Phillipston, Mass. Dec. 26, 1799; Amh. 
1827; ord. Hartford, N.Y. 1831; h.m. Hartford, Easton and 
Brunswick 1831-34; Bethany 1834-36; South Wilbraham, Mass. 
1837; teacher West Troy, N.Y.; farmer Butler, N.Y. and Eckford, 
Mich. 1837-57; Marshall; res. Kalamazoo from 1879; d. Mar. 31, 
1888. 



112 ALUMNI 1830 

Moses Kimball b. Hopkinton, N.H. July 24, 1799; Dart. 1826; a.p. 
Haverhill 1830; ord. Jan. 25, 1832; p. Randolph, Vt. 1831-33; 
Hopkinton, N.H. 1834-^6; Tewksbury, Mass. 1847-49; East ch. 
Weathersfield, Vt. 1849-68; East Haverhill, Mass. 1868; d. 
Sept. 17, 1868. 

Charles Herbert Little b. Boscawen (now Webster), N.H. Dec. 4, 
1804; Dart. 1827; ed. N.H. Observer Concord 1833-35; res. Bos- 
cawen from 1835; d. Jan. 1, 1836. 

Alexander Wilson McClure b. Boston, May 8, 1808 ; P.A. ; Yale 1823- 
25; Amh. 1827; res. lie. 1831; ord. Dec. 19, 1832; p. First ch. 
Maiden, Mass. 1830^3 and 1848-51; (Presb.) St. Augustine, 
Fla. 1844r-46; ed. Christian Observatory Boston 1847-50; p. (Ref. 
Dutch) Jersey City, N.J. 1851-54; sec. Amer. and For. Chr. Union 
1855-57, chap, in Rome and estab. Amer. Prot. Chapel in Paris; 
res. Canonsburg, Pa.; d. Sept. 20, 1865. D.D. Amh. 1865. 

Jedediah Clark Parmelee b. Bethlehem, Ct.; Midd. 1827; agt A.B.C. 
F.M. 1830-31; ord. 1831; p. (Presb.) Westfield, N.Y. 1832-33; 
Tallmadge, O. 1833-40; w.c. Sandy Hill, N.Y. from 1840; d. 
June 28, 1841. 

Abel Patten b. Billerica, Mass. May 1, 1805; PA.; Dart. 1827; ord. 
Feb. 7, 1832; p. Carlisle, Mass. 1833-35; Monument ch. Sand- 
wich 1835-38; Hanson 1838-39; Jamaica, Vt. 1839-42; Wilming- 
ton 1844-47; Marlboro 1847-52; Pittsfield 1853-55; Burlington, 
Mass. 1856-57 and w.c. 1857-58; p. Alstead Centre, N.H. 1858- 
59 ; w.c. Billerica, Mass. from 1859 ; d. Lowell Feb. 23, 1864. 

William Richardson b. Gilmanton, N.H. Mar. 4, 1801; ord. Dec. 15, 
1830; p. Second ch. Wilton 1830^0; Lyndeboro 1840^1; Deer- 
ing 1842-46; w.c. Manchester from 1846; d. Sept. 6, 1869. 

William Matticks Rogers (name changed from Samuel Matticks 
Kittle) b. Isle of Alderney, Eng. Sept. 10, 1806; PA.; Harv. 
1827; ord. Feb. 16, 1831; p. Townsend, Mass. 1831-35; Central 
ch. Boston from 1835; overseer Harv.; d. Dorchester Aug. 11, 
1851. 

Charles Gilman Safford b. Exeter, N.H. Nov. 14, 1804; Dart. 1827; 
ord. Sept. 28, 1831; p. Gilmanton 1831-36; physician Southboro, 
Mass. and Rutland ; d. Apr. 27, 1847. M.D. Dart. 1840. 

William Gottlieb Schauffler b. Stuttgart, Ger. Aug. 22, 1798; early 
life in Odessa, Russia 1804-26; assisted Prof. Robinson in teach- 
ing Hebrew, And. Sem. 1830-31; res. lie. 1831; ord. Park St. ch. 
Boston Nov. 13, 1831; studied Arabic, Persian and Turkish under 
de Sacy, Paris 1831-32; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Jews, Constanti- 
nople 1832-55; to. Moslems 1855-61; translator of Bible into 
Turkish for Amer. and For. Bible societies 1860-74; res. in Aus- 
tria 1874-77; N.Y. City from 1877; d. Jan. 27, 1883. D.D. N.Y. 
Univ. 1855, N.J. Coll. 1879; LL.D. Univ. Halle 1867. 



ALUMNI 1830 113 

Orsamus Tinker b. Worthington, Mass. Nov. 5, 1801; Wms. 1827; 
ord. Dec. 8, 1830; p. Newmarket, N.H. 1830-33; Ashby, Mass. 
from 1834; d. Oct. 13, 1838. 

Moses Winch b. Holden, Mass. Feb. 23, 1801; Amh. 1827; ord. 
Sept. 21, 1831; p. Paxton, Mass. 1831-34; in business Needham 
(now Wellesley) from 1837; d. Dec. 8, 1875. 

Leonard Woods b. West Newbury, Mass. June 24, 1807; P.A.; Dart.; 
Union 1827; instructor Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1830-31; res. lie. 
1832; ord. (Presb.) Laigbt St. ch. N.Y. City May 12, 1833; ed. 
Lit. and Theol. Review 1834-37; prof. Sac. Lit. Bangor Sem. 
1835-39; pres. Bowd. 1839-66; res. Brunswick, Me. and Boston 
from 1866; translated and published, while in Andover, Knapp's 
Christian Theology; compiler Documentary History of Maine; 
d. Dec: 24, 1878. D.D. Waterville 1839, Harv. 1846; LL.D. Bowd. 
1866. Son of Prof. Leonard Woods. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Henry Axtell (1827-28) b. Mendon, N.J. 1802; Ham. 1823 and tutor 
1825-26; Princ. Sem. 1828-29; ord. June 16, 1830; p. (Presb.) 
Lawrenceville, N.J. 1830-35; Second Presb. ch. Orange 1835-38; 
res. St. Augustine, Fla. 1838-13; chap. U.S.A. Tampa Bay 1843- 
50; New Orleans, La. 1850-53; res. Philadelphia, Pa. from 1853; 
d. July 15, 1854. 

James Taylor Dickinson (1827-29) b. Lowville, N.Y. Oct. 27, 1806; 
Yale 1826; Yale Sem. 1830; h.m. Can. 1830-31; ord. Apr. 4, 1832; 
p. Norwich, Ct. 1832-34; Bowd. Med. Sch. 1834-35; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Singapore 1835^0 and teacher Singapore Inst'n 
1840-43; res. Middlefield, Ct. from 1844; p. 1845-46; teacher and 
lecturer 1846-56; d. July 22, 1884. 

John Hubbard Eaton (1827-29) b. Boxford, Mass. Apr. 12, 1806; 
Harv. 1827; Yale Sem. 1831; res. N.Y. City; teacher and engaged 
in benevolent work; d. July, 1862. 

Henry K. Green (1827-28) from Waterford, N.Y.; Union 1822; tutor 
Columbian Coll. D.C. 1826-28; ord. (Bapt.) Salem, Mass. Sept. 12, 
1828; p. Granville St. ch. Halifax, N.S. 1828-31; tutor Washing- 
ton Coll.; p. First Bapt. ch. Cbarlestown, Mass. 1842^4; First 
Bapt. ch. Trenton, N.J. 1850-53; First Bapt. ch. Brooklyn, N.Y.; 
Second Bapt. ch. Danbury, Ct. 1858-59; d. Orange, N.J. Feb. 23, 
1862. 

Charles Payson Grosvenor (1827-29) b. Pomfret, Ct. Aug. 12, 1804; 
Amh. 1822-24; Yale 1827; Yale Sem. 1831; agt Ct. S.S. Union, 
Hartford and in West 1831-34; ord. July 16, 1834; p. Waterford 
(now Blackstone), Mass. 1834-35; Kingston, R.I. 1835-38; 
Scituate 1838-47; Rehoboth, Mass. 1847-56; Stoneham 1856-58; 
Canterbury, Ct. 1858-71; West Woodstock 1871-74; Ashford 



114 ALUMNI 1830 

1874-81; w.c. Pomfret 1881-93; U.S. Cbr. Com. in Shenandoah 
Valley; d. Palmer, Mass. Dec. 23, 1893. 

Henry Pearl Hickok (1827-28) b. Burlington, Vt. Aug. 27, 1804; 
Univ. Vt. 1827; Yale Sem. 1828-30; ord. St. Albans, Vt. June 25, 
1832; h.m. p. Georgia, Vt. 1831-32; Peru, N.Y. 1833-34; res. 
Burlington, Vt. from 1834; in business; pres. bank; representa- 
tive; trustee Univ. Vt. ; d. Aug. 9, 1884. 

George Huntington (1827-28) b. Rome, N.Y. Aug. 27, 1807; Yale 
1827; d. N.Y. City, on journey home, while a member of Semi- 
nary, Mar. 25, 1828. 

Charles Colcock Jones (1827-29) b. Liberty Hall, Ga. Dec. 20, 1804; 
Princ. Sem. 1829-30; ord. Nov. 27, 1831; p. (Presb.) Savannah, 
Ga. 1831-32; h.m. Liberty Co. 1832-36 and 1838-48 ;, prof . Eccl. 
Hist. Columbia (S.C.) Sem. 1836-38 and 1848-50; sec. Presb. 
Board of Missions 1850-53; p. Pleasant Grove, Ga. from 1853; 
d. Mar. 16, 1863. D.D. Jeff. Coll. Pa. 1846. 

John Taylor Jones (1827-30) b. New Ipswich, N.H. July 16, 1802; 
Brown 1819-20; Amh. 1825; teacher PA. 1828-29; Newton Sem. 
1830; ord. (Bapt.) Boston July 28, 1830; miss'y Bapt. Board of 
For. Missions Burmah 1830-33; Siam from 1833; translator 
of New Testament into Siamese; d. Bangkok Sept. 13, 1851. 
D.D. Columbian Coll. D.C. 1850. 

Alexander Logan (1827-28) res. stu. b. Pa. Oct. 19, 1800; Western 
Univ. Pa. 1823; Princ. Sem. 1826; ord. (Presb.) N.Y. City, May 15, 
1829; w.c. 1829-31; h.m. Maysville, Ky. 1831-32; p. Washington 
1832-33; d. Maysville Mar. 8, 1834. 

George Farrar Moulton (1827-28) b. Bucksport, Me. Sept. 25, 1805 
Bowd. 1827; teacher Newcastle, Del. 1832-33; Bangor, Me. 1833- 
34; Philadelphia, Pa. 1835-66 and lib'n Athenaeum from 1866 
d. Nov. 20, 1872. 

Amos Augustus Phelps (1827-29) b. Farmington, Ct. Nov. 11, 1804 
Yale 1826; Yale Sem. 1830; ord. Sept. 14, 1830; p. Hopkinton 
Mass. 1830-32; Pine St. ch. Boston 1832-34; agt Amer. Anti- 
slavery Soc. 1834-36 and 1837-39; ed. Emancipator 1836-37 
p. Marlboro chapel Boston 1839-40 and city miss'y 1840^2; p. 
Maverick ch. East Boston 1842^5; sec. Amer. and For. Anti- 
slavery Soc. from 1845; d. Roxbury July 30, 1847. 

Barnabas Phinney (1827-28) b. Sheffield, Mass. July 23, 1798; Wms. 
1827; Auburn Sem. 1828-30; ord. Mar. 3, 1830; p. Hanover, Ct. 
1830-32; Pawtucket, RJ. 1833-36; Westboro, Mass. 1836; d. 
Henderson, Miss. Nov. 14, 1848. 

Hollis Reed (1829-30) b. Newfane, Vt. Aug. 26, 1802; Wms. 1826; 
Princ. Sem. 1826-28; ord. Park St. ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1829; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India 1830-35 and agt in U.S. 1835-37; p. 



ALUMNI 1830 115 

(Presb.) Babylon, N.Y. 1837-38; (Cong.) Derby, Ct. 1838-43; 
agt Amer. Tract Soc. 1843-44; p. New Preston 1845-51; teacher 
Orange, N.J. 1851-55, also agt Soc. for Conversion of Jews; 
p. (Presb.) Cranford 1855-64; agt Freedmen's Relief Assoc, and 
of Lincoln Univ. Pa.; res. Elizabeth, N.J., Bennington, Vt. and 
Somerville, N.J. ; author of The Hand of God in History 
and other books; d. Apr. 7, 1887. 

George Jeffrey Tillotson (1826-27, 1828-29) b. Farmington, Ct. 
Feb. 5, 1805; Yale 1825; Yale Sem. 1830; ord. May 25, 1831; 
p. Brooklyn 1831-58; Putnam 1858-70; Central Village, Plain- 
field 1870-73; Hampton 1873-75; w.c. Rocky Hill 1875-78; 
Wethersfield from 1878; fellow Yale; endowed Tillotson Inst., 
Austin, Tex.; d. Mar. 29, 1888. 

James Wilson Ward (1826-27, 1828-29) b. Alna, Me. May 21, 1803; 
Dart. 1826; teacher Ipswich (Mass.) Acad. 1827-28, PA. 1828- 
29 and Benvick (Me.) Acad. 1829-31; Yale Sem. 1832; ord. 
May 21, 1834; p. First ch. Abington, Mass. 1834-56; w.c. Mad- 
ison, Wis. 1857-62; Davenport, Io. 1862-63; p. Lakeville, Mass. 
1863-68 and w.c. from 1868; representative and senator, Mass.; 
d. N.Y. City Jan. 31, 1873. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

John White Chickering Abbot Resident. Class of 1829. 

Herman Hooker b. Poultney, Vt. Apr. 17, 1806; Midd. 1825; Princ. 
Sem. 1825-27; Epis. Sem. Va. 1832; ord. deacon May 20, 1832; 
author and publisher Philadelphia, Pa.; d. July 25, 1865. A.M. 
hon. N.J. Coll. 1830; D.D. Union 1848. 

Barnas Sears b. Sandisfield, Mass. Nov. 19, 1802; Brown 1825; 
Newton Sem. 1825-27; ord. 1827; p. First Bapt. ch. Hartford, 
Ct. 1827-29; prof. Lang. Ham. Lit. and Theol. Inst'n (now Col- 
gate Univ.) 1829-32, prof. Bib. Theol. 1832-36 (studying in 
Germany 1833-35); prof. Eccl. Hist, and Chr. Theol. Newton 
Sem. 1836-48 and pres. 1839^48; sec. and gen. agt Mass. Board 
of Educ. 1848-55 ; pres. and prof. Mor. Phil. Brown 1855-67 and 
fellow ; gen. agt Peabody Educ. Fund in South, res. Staunton, 
Va., from 1867; ed. Roget's Thesaurus and author; d. Saratoga, 
N.Y. July 6, 1880. D.D. Harv. 1841; LL.D. Yale 1862. 

Tertius Dunning Southworth Class of 1829. 

Calvin Ellis Stowe (1828-30) Abbot Resident. Class of 1828. 

Seth Spencer Whitman b. Fairfield, Vt. Feb. 5, 1802; Ham. 1825; 
Ham. Lit. and Theol. Inst'n (now Colgate Univ.) 1820-23; New- 
ton Sem. 1825-28; ord. (Bapt.) Aug. 18, 1839; prof. Hebrew and 
Bib. Criticism Ham. Lit. and Theol. Inst'n 1829-35; p. Belvidere, 
111. 1836-46; Madison, Wis. from 1851; d. Jan. 2, 1852. 



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GRADUATES 

Silas Baker b. Edgecomb, Me. Sept. 9, 1807; Bowd. 1828; ord. 
Mar. 7, 1832; p. Truro, Mass. 1832-34; Hampden, Me. 1834-38; 
Kennebunkport 1838-40; Standish 1841-43; Buxton 1843-45; 
w.c. Standish from 1845; d. Oct. 31, 1888. 

Gamaliel Carter Beaman b. Winchendon, Mass. Mar. 20, 1799; 
Union 1828; ord. (Presb.) N.Y. City Oct. 7, 1831; p. Croton, Io. 
1831; Piketon, 0. 1831-37; Burlington 1837-45, also prin. acad. 
1840-45; p. Montrose, Io. 1846-52; Croton 1852-72; Montrose 
from 1873; d. Keosauqua Oct. 26, 1875. 

Daniel Cole Blood b. Orford, N.H. Feb. 2, 1803; Dart. 1828; ord. 
(Presb.) Bradford, Mass. Sept. 26, 1831; h.m. Covington and 
Newport, Ky. 1831-32; Cheviot and Cleves, O. 1832-34; seamen's 
chap. Cleveland 1834-35; p. Strongsville 1834-36 and 1842-50; 
Tecumseh, Mich. 1837-39; sec. and agt West. Res. Educ. Soc. 
Hudson, O. 1839-42; p. Massillon 1851-66; w.c. Collamer (now 
East Cleveland) from 1866; d. June 3, 1889. 

Asaph Boutelle b. Fitchburg, Mass. Oct. 7, 1804; Amh. 1828; ord. 
(Presb.) Bradford Sept. 26, 1831; h.m. O. 1831-43; p. Alexandria 
1843^7; Lunenburg, Mass. 1848-50; Peacham, Vt. from 1851; 
d. Jan. 12, 1866. 

William Thurston Boutwell b. Lyndeboro, N.H. Feb. 4, 1803; Dart. 
1828; ord. Woburn, Mass. June 7, 1831; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to 
Ojibwas, Northwest Ter. ; Mackinaw and Sault Ste. Marie 1831- 
32; with gov't expedition under Schoolcraft; Leech Lake on 
Upper Mississippi and Pokeguma Lake (near St. Paul) 1833^46; 
home and S.S. miss'y Stillwater, Minn. 1846-54 and res. there 
after; chap, territorial legislature of Minn. 1849; chap. State 
Prison; translated Gospels, hymn book and " Peter Parley's 
Geography" into Ojibwa; d. Oct. 11, 1890. 

Thomas Brainerd b. Leyden, N.Y. June 17, 1804; ord. N.Y. City 
Oct. 7, 1831; p. Fourth Presb. ch. Cincinnati, O. 1831-33; ed. 
Cincinnati Journal and Youth's Magazine 1833-36; p. Third 
Presb. ch. Philadelphia, Pa. from 1837; d. Scranton Aug. 21, 
1866. D.D. Amh. 1848. 

Jason Chapin b. Newport, N.H. Sept. 7, 1801; Amh. 1828; ord. 
(Presb.) Bradford, Mass. Sept. 26, 1831; p. Madison, O. 1831- 
33; Jefferson 1833-34; Farmington and teacher; teacher West 
Bloomfield, N.Y.; Geneseo, 111. from 1840; d. Sept. 11, 1846. 

Joseph Sylvester Clark b. South Plymouth, Mass. Dec. 19, 1800; 
Amh. 1827 and tutor 1828-29; ord. Dec. 21, 1831; p. Sturbridge 
1831-38; sec. Mass. H.M. Soc. 1839-57; one of founders and sec. 



ALUMNI 1831 117 

of Cong. Lib. Assoc. 1853-61; ed. and prop'r C ong . Quarterly 
1859-61; trustee Amh.; res. Roxbury 1838-40; Boston 1840-46; 
West Newton from 1846; d. South Plymouth Aug. 17, 1861. D.D. 
Amh. 1851. 

Samuel Woodworth Cozzens b. Mayfield, N.Y. Oct. 25, 1801; Midd. 
1828; ord. Aug. 8, 1832; p. First ch. Marblehead, Mass. 1832-37; 
First ch. Milton 1837-47 and Second ch. 1847-51; Kingsboro, 
N.Y. 1852; (Presb.) Mt. Vernon 1853-59; (Cong.) Weybridge, 
Vt. 1859-68; South Plymouth, Mass. 1868-72 and w.c. from 1872; 
d. Medfield Aug. 7, 1875. D.D. Ingham Univ. N.Y. 1862. 

Edward Francis Cutter b. Portland, Me. Jan. 20, 1810 ; Bowd. 1828 ; 
ord. May 8, 1833; p. Warren 1833^6; Second ch. Belfast 1846- 
55; ed. Christian Mirror Portland 1856-57; p. Beardstown, 111. 
1857-59; w.c. Belfast, Me. 1859-63; p. Rockland 1863-72; w.c. 
Belfast from 1873; d. Charleston, S.C. Mar. 27, 1880. D.D. Bowd. 
1871. 

John Quincy Adams Edgell b. Westminster, Vt. Aug. 15, 1802; 
Univ. Vt. 1827; instructor Teachers' Sem. P. A. 1831; res. lie. 
1832; ord. Sept. 19, 1832; p. Second ch. West Newbury, Mass. 
1832-53; agt Western Coll. Soc, res. Andover 1853-65; res. 
Burlington, Vt. from 1866; d. Sept. 15, 1867. 

Josiah Fisher b. Blue Hill, Me. Oct. 17, 1802; Bowd. 1828; ord. 
Mar. 15, 1832; p. Ofono 1832-35; h.m. Me. 1835-36; p. Clyde, 
N.Y. 1836-40; Huron 1840-42; Heath, Mass. 1842-45; teacher 
Greenbush, N.Y. 1845-50; p. (Presb.) Succasunna, N.J. 1851-65 
and w.c. 1865-71; Providence, Pa. from 1872; d. June 17, 1875. 

Nathaniel Smith Folsom b. Portsmouth, N.H. Mar. 12, 1806; Dart. 
1828; ord. (Presb.) Bradford, Mass. Sept. 26, 1831; h.m. Liberty 
Co. Ga. 1831-32; p. Cleveland, O. 1832-33; prof. Lang., Lit. Dept 
Lane Sem. 1833-34; prof. Bib. Lit. West. Res. 1834-36; p. 
Francestown, N.H. 1836-38; High St. ch. Providence, R.I. 1838- 
40; (Unit.) Haverhill, Mass. 1840-16; min. at large Charlestown 
and ed. Christian Register 1846-48; prof. Bib. Lit. Meadville 
Sem. Pa. 1848-61; teacher Concord, Mass. 1862-74, also p. (Cong.) 
1867-68; w.c. Boston 1875-82; Wellesley Hills from 1882; d. 
Asheville, N.C. Nov. 10, 1890. D.D. Dart. 1879. 

Edward Josiah Fuller b. Plainfield, Ct. Jan. 5, 1806; Amh. 1828; 
ord. Jan. 11, 1832; p. North Chelsea (now Revere), Mass. 1832- 
35; Hardwick 1835-37; Brooklyn, O. 1837-40; traveling lecturer 
Western Anti-slavery Soc. 1840-45; d. Brighton Mar. 12, 1876. 

William Gage b. Salem, Mass. Nov. 16, 1797; P. A.; Amh. 1828; 
ord. (Presb.) N.Y. City Oct. 7, 1831; p. Concord, O. from 1832, 
also Pisgah 1832-55; d. July 9, 1863. 



118 ALUMNI 1831 

Edmund Garland b. Parsonsfield, Me. Feb. 15, 1799; Dart. 1828; 
ord. (Presb.) N.Y. City Oct. 7, 1831; h.m. 0. 1831-34; prin. acad. 
Granville 1835-37, also p. St. Albans and Hartford; p. Unity and 
New Lexington 1837^0; Baltimore 1841^9; teacher Central 
Coll. 1849-51; p. Johnstown 1851-62 and w.c. 1862-67; Granville 
from 1867; d. Apr. 3, 1886. 

Sherman Hall b. Weathersfield, Vt. Apr. 30, 1800; PA.; Dart. 1828; 
ord. Woburn, Mass. June 7, 1831; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Ojibwas, 
La Pointe, Magdalen Is. Lake Superior 1831-52; Crow Wing, 
Minn. 1852-54; p. Sauk Rapids from 1854; translated New 
Testament and hymn book into Ojibwa; d. Sept. 1, 1879. 

Cyrus Holmes b. Halifax, Mass. July 9, 1800; Dart. (1828) ; prin. 
Warren Acad. Woburn, Mass. 1831-35; teacher Northampton; 
prin. acad. Hanover from 1840; d. Aug. 16, 1849. 

Samuel Hopkins b. Hadley, Mass. Apr. 11, 1807; PA.; Dart. 1827; 
ord. Oct. 26, 1831; p. Montpelier, Vt. 1831-35; Saco, Me. 1836- 
45; w.c. Northampton, Mass. 1845-66; p. Standish, Me. 1866-73; 
Topsham 1873-74; w.c. Milton, N.Y.; Florence, Fla.; Northamp- 
ton, Mass.; author of historical and religious books; d. Fe.b. 10, 
1887. 

Edmund Otis Hovey b. Hanover, N.H. July 15, 1801; Dart. 1828; 
ord. (Presb.) Bradford, Mass. Sept. 26, 1831; p. Coal Creek, Ind. 
1831-34; one of founders of Wabash Coll., prof. Rhet. 1834-36, 
prof. Chem., Min. and Geol. from 1836, also lib'n 1833-39, treas. 
1838-64 and trustee 1832-77; d. Crawfordsville, Ind. Mar. 10, 
1877. D.D. Dart. 1869. 

Thaddeus Beman Hurlbut b. Charlotte, Vt. Oct. 28, 1800; Ham. 
1828; agt Amer. Tract Soc. Va. 1831-32, 111. and Mo. 1834-37; 
gen. agt Amer. Educ. Soc. O. and Ky. 1833-34; ord. (Presb.) 
St. Louis, Mo. June 1, 1834; ed. Alton Observer 1837-38; p. 
Edwardsville, 111. 1838-39; h.m. and teacher Alton 1839-43; 
p. St. Charles and Lowell 1843^7; Upper Alton 1847-56; Con- 
cord, Shipman and Brighton 1857-60; (Cong.) Hammond and 
West Salem, Wis. 1860-65; w.c. Upper Alton, 111. from 1865; 
d. Austin, Tex. Mar. 31, 1885. 

John Wilson Irwin b. Chester, Pa. 1798; Princ. Sem. 1827-28; ord. 
(Presb.) N.Y. City Oct. 7, 1831; p. Sackett's Harbor, N.Y. 1832- 
35 ; agt Amer. Educ. Soc. Tenn. 1835 ; teacher Danbury, Ct. 1845- 
60; res. Branchport, N.Y. 1860; d. Clifton Springs, July 26, 1861. 

Benjamin Labaree b. Charlestown, N.H. June 3, 1801; Dart. 1828; 
ord. (Pres*b.) Bradford, Mass. Sept. 26, 1831; res. lie. 1832; prin. 
Manual La'bor Acad. Spring Hill, Tenn. 1832-34; prof. Anc. 
Lang. Jackson Coll. (same institution removed to Columbia) 
1834-36, pres. 1836-37, also p. at both places; sec. Presb. Educ. 



ALUMNI 1831 119 

Soc. N.Y. City 1837-40; pres. Midd. 1840-66; w.c. Andover, Mass. 
1867-69; p. (Cong.) South Weymouth 1869-70; lecturer on Mor. 
Phil, and Internat. Law, Dart. 1871-76, res. West Roxbury, Mass. 
1870-75; Charlestown, N.H. 1875-80; Walpole from 1880; d. 
Nov. 15, 1883. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1841; LL.D. Dart. 1864. 

Henry Jabez Lamb b. Palmer, Mass. Dec. 23, 1800; Bangor Sem. 
1827; city miss'y Boston; ord. June 6, 1833; p. Southbridge 
1833-35; North Chelsea (now Revere) 1836-38; chap. Fort Jesup, 
La. 1840^7; p. Peterboro, N.H. 1847-52; West Suffield, Ct. 1853- 
57; Windsor 1857-59; d. West Springfield, Mass. Oct. 31, 1B62. 

David Belden Lyman b. New Hartford, Ct. July 29, 1803; Wms. 
1828; ord. Hanover, N.H. Oct. 25, 1831; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Hilo, 
Hawaiian Islands from 1831; d. Oct. 4, 1884. 

Giles Lyman b. Belchertown, Mass. Mar. 16, 1802; Amh. 1827; ord. 
Jan. 11, 1832; p. Jaffrey, N.H. 1832-37; Fowlerville, N.Y. 1837- 
38; Ashburnham, Mass. 1838-39; Gardner 1839-40; Marlboro, 
N.H. 1840-69 and w.c. 1869-71; Winchendon, Mass. from 1871; 
d. Nov. 11, 1872. 

William Loomis Mather b. New Britain, Ct. July 6, 1806; Ham. 
1828; ord. Hartford, Vt. Sept. 28, 1832; sec. Northwestern 
Branch Amer. Educ. Soc. 1832-37; p. Wiscasset, Me. 1837-43; 
Concord, Mass. 1843^18; Mattapoisett 1849-55; Fond du Lac, 
Wis., Green Bay and Geneva 1856-61; chap. 3d Wis. Vols. 1861- 
62; hospital chap. U.S.A. 1862-65; res. Andover, Mass. from 
1865; d. Apr. 15, 1868. 

John Morrill b. Warner, N.H. Aug. 25, 1796; Amh. 1826; ord. 
(Presb.) N.Y. City Oct. 7, 1831; h.m. p. Vevay, Ind. 1831-33; 
Connersville and Brownsville 1833-34; La Porte and Michigan 
City 1834-36; (Cong.) Rockford and Freeport, 111. 1837-41; 
Lamoille 1841-43; Gap Grove 1843-44; Ridott 1846-56; w.c. 
Pecatonica from 1856; d. Mar. 16, 1874. 

John Jason Owen b. Johnstown, N.Y. Aug. 13, 1803; Midd. 1828; 
ord. (Presb.) N.Y. City Oct. 7, 1831; sec. Presb. Educ. Soc. 
1831-34; prin. Cornelius Inst. N.Y. City 1835-48; prof. Latin 
and Greek and vice-pres. Coll. City N.Y. from 1848; author of 
classical text-books; trustee Midd.; d. Apr. 18, 1869. D.D. N.Y. 
Univ. 1848; LL.D. Ingham Univ. N.Y. 1850, Midd. 1864. 

Edwards Amasa Park b. Providence, R.I. Dec. 29, 1808; Brown 
1826; prin. classical sch. Weymouth and Braintree, Mass. 1827; 
res. lie. 1832; ord. Dec. 21, 1831; colleague pastor with Dr. 
Richard S. Storrs, First ch. Braintree 1831-34; attended medical 
lectures N.Y. City; prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil, and Heb. Lit. 
Amh. 1835-36; prof. Sac. Rhet. And. Sem. 1836-47, prof. Chr. 
Theol. 1847-81 and emer. from 1881; ed. Bibliotheca Sacra 1844- 
84; author of memoirs of William Bradford Homer, Prof. B. B. 



120 ALUMNI 1831 

Edwards, Dr. Samuel Hopkins and Dr. Nathanael Emmons; com- 
piler, with Prof. Phelps and Dr. Lowell Mason, of Sabbath Hymn 
and Tune Book; trustee Abbot Acad, and Smith Coll.; fellow 
Brown ; d. Andover June 4, 1900. D.D. Harv. 1844, Brown 1846 ; 
LL.D. Harv. 1886. 

John Usher Parsons b. Parsonsfield, Me. Nov. 1, 1806; Bowd. 1828; 
ord. (Presb.) N.Y. City Oct. 7, 1831; h.m. Ind. 1831-34; p. West- 
brook, Me.; Berkley, Mass. 1836-38; h.m. Wis. 1838-42 and Ga. 
1844-52; p. Hyannis, Mass. 1852-55; with colony in Kan. 1855- 
"57; p. Bristol, Me. 1858-61; Sanford 1861-63; evang. North 
Acton 1863-70; p. West Cummington, Mass. 1872-73; d. Welles- 
ley May 21, 1874. 

Charles Summerfield Porter b. Ashfield, Mass. Dec. 9, 1804; Amh. 
1827; ord. Aug. 1, 1832; p. Gloucester 1832-35; Second Ave. 
Presb. ch. N.Y. City 1835-41; First Presb. ch. Utica, N.Y. 1841- 
45; (Cong.) Plymouth, Mass. 1845-53; Phillips ch. South Boston 
1854-57, E St. ch. 1857-62 and w.c. 1862-65; res. Boston from 
1866; p. North Beverly 1866-67; d. Apr. 10, 1870. 

John .Bronson Richardson b. Middlebury, Ct. Nov. 18, 1804 ; Dart. 
1828; teacher P.A. 1829-31; a.p. Portland, Me. 1831-32; ord. 
Milford, Ct. May 30, 1832; p. Naugatuck 1832-33; (Presb.) 
Pittsford, N.Y. 1833-50; dist. sec. Amer. Bible Soc. Geneva 1850- 
71 and res. there after; d. Mar. 13, 1885. 

Simeon Salisbury b. Brattleboro, Vt. Feb. 1, 1801; P.A.; ord. 
(Presb.) N.Y. City Oct. 7, 1831; h.m. Woodford Co. Ky. 1831- 
36 and Jefferson Co. Ind. from 1836; d. Madison Apr. 26, 1837. 

Preserved Smith b. Winchester, N.H. Sept. 11, 1801; Amh. 1828; 
ord. June 12, 1832; p. Pittsfield, N.H. 1832-34; Carlisle, Mass. 
1836-46; w.c. Philadelphia, Pa. from 1846; d. Dec. 29, 1853. 

Ephraim Spaulding b. Ludlow, Vt. Dec. 10, 1802; Midd. 1828; ord. 
New Bedford, Mass. Nov. 21, 1831; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Hawaiian 
Islands 1831-36; res. Westboro, Mass. from 1836; d. June 28, 
1840. 

William Augustus Stearns b. Bedford, Mass. Mar. 17, 1805; P.A. ; 
Harv. 1827; ord. Dec. 14, 1831; p. Prospect St. ch. Cambridge- 
port 1831-54; pres. and prof. Bib. Hist, and Interpretation Amh. 
from 1854; trustee P.A. (and And. Sem.) ; overseer Harv.; d. 
Amherst June 8, 1876. D.D. Harv. 1853; LL.D. N.J. Coll. 1862. 
Son of Rev. Samuel Stearns, divinity student, page 29. 

Benjamin Perkins Stone b. Reading, Vt. Feb. 11, 1801; P.A.; Midd. 
1828; ord. May 26, 1831; p. Franklin, N.H. 1831-32; Campton 
1832-37; sec. N.H. Miss'y^ Soc. 1837-59; ed. Cong. Journal 1854- 
62; Christian Reporter 1865-67; treas. N.H. Miss'y Soc. 1853-70 
and N.H. Bible Soc. 1854-70; res.' Concord from 1837; d. Nov. 26, 
1870. D.D. Midd. 1854. 



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Samuel Talbot b. Freeport, Me. Jan. 11, 1801; Bowd. 1824; ord. 
Feb. 1, 1832; p. Wilton, Me. 1832-42; Alna from 1842; d. Waldo- 
boro Nov. 15, 1859. 

Sewall Tenney b. Bradford, Mass. Aug. 27, 1801; Dart. 1827; ord. 
Bradford Aug. 10, 1831; p. Gorham, Me. 1831-32; Bethel ch. 
Portland 1832-35; Ellsworth 1835-77 and w.c. from 1877; trustee 
Bowd.; d. June 6, 1890. D.D. Bowd. 1861. 

Alvan Tobey b. Wilmington, Vt. Apr. 1, 1808; Amh. 1828; ord. 
Nov. 20, 1833; p. Durham, N.H. 1833-70 and w.c. 1870-73; South 
Berwick, Me. from 1873; d. Sept. 20, 1874. D.D. Dart. 1867. 

John Adams Vinton b. Boston Feb. 5, 1805 ; Dart. 1828 ; a.p. Bloom- 
field, Me. 1831-32; ord. May 16, 1832; Sharon 1832-34; h.m. 
Me. 1834-36; p. Chatham, Mass. 1836-38; Kingston and Stone- 
ham 1838-39; West Randolph, Vt. 1839-42; Williamstown 1842- 
44; preceptor Moor's Charity Sch. Dart. 1844-45; agt Amer. Soc. 
for Meliorating Condition of Jews 1846-47; p. Bristol, Me. 1848- 
49; res. Stoneham, Mass. 1850-52; South Boston 1852-70; chap. 
State Almshouse, Monson 1859-60; res. Winchester from 1870; 
prepared valuable genealogies and historical indexes; d. Nov. 13, 
1877. 

Morris Edward White b. Ashfield, Mass. Apr. 27, 1803; Dart. 1828; 
ord. June 20, 1832; p. Southampton, Mass. 1832-53; in business 
Northampton from 1853; d. Florence, Italy Oct. 15, 1861. 

John Wilde b. Dorchester, Mass. July 17, 1803; PA.; Midd. 1827; 
ord. June 20, 1832; p. Grafton, Mass. 1832-38; Conway, N.H. 
1839-45; Second ch. Falmouth, Me. 1845-52; Topsham 1853-55; 
w.c. Brewer 1855-56; Brunswick 1856-57; agt Amer. S.S. Union 
1857; teacher Deposit, N.Y. 1858-60; Stamford 1861-64; d. 
Alexandria, Va. Feb. 9, 1868. 

Asher Wright b. Hanover, N.H. Sept. 7, 1803; Dart. 1826-27; ord. 
Hanover Oct. 12, 1831; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Senecas, Buffalo 
Creek Res'n N.Y. 1831-45; Cattaraugus Res'n from 1845; also 
physician; prepared books in Seneca language; d. Apr. 13, 1875. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Gorham Dummer Abbot (1827-28, 1829-30) b. Brunswick, Me. Sept. 3, 
1807; Bowd. 1826; teacher Mt. Vernon Sch. Boston (with his 
brother Jacob Abbott, class of 1825) 1831-33; ord. (Presb.) 
N.Y. City Dec. 25, 1837; p. New Rochelle 1837-41; in lit. dept 
Amer. Tract Soc. N.Y. City 1841-43 and prin. young ladies ' sch. 
(afterward Abbotts' Collegiate Inst'n and Spingler Inst.) 1843- 
70; res. Natick, Mass. from 1871; d. Aug. 3, 1874. LL.D. Ingham 
Univ. N.Y. 1860. 

Henry Adams (1828-30) b. Worthington, Mass. Apr. 13, 1806; 
Amh. 1828; teacher Marietta, O. 1830-32; ord. Dec. 25, 1833; 



122 ALUMNI 1831 

p. Worthington, Mass. 1833-38; w.c. (West) Andover 1838-41; 
p. Bolton 1841^3; Berlin 1843-53; Peoria, 111. 1854-55; ord. 
(Epis.) deacon July 18, 1858; priest Jan. 1860; r. Akron, 0. 1860- 
62; Trinity ch. Milford, Mass. 1863-64; St. James's ch. Independ- 
ence, Io. ; Grace ch. Lyons; St. John's ch. Passaic, N.J. 1868-69; 
w.c. Brooklyn, N.Y.; r. St. Luke's ch. Milan, 0. 1870-73 and w.c. 
1873-79; Wichita, Kan. from 1879; d. Mar. 27, 1883. 

Thomas Bellows (1828-30) b. Walpole, N.H. Sept. 23, 1807; Dart. 
1827; Yale Sem. 1831; ord. Mar. 12, 1833; p. Second ch. Green- 
field, Mass. 1833-34; Lunenburg 1835-36; w.c. Walpole, N.H. 
from 1836; representative, N.H. ; d. Aug. 16, 1890. 

Ebenezer Green Bradford (1828-29) b. Francestown, N.H. May 24, 
1801; PA.; Amh. 1827; ord. Feb. 29, 1832; p. Colebrook, N.H. 
1832-36; Wardsboro, Vt. 1836-42; (Presb.) Platteville, Wis. 
1842^3; (Cong.) Prairie du Sac 1844-47; Waupun 1847-50; 
Princeton 1850-58; d. Leverett, Mass. Aug. 29, 1861. 

Gurdon Saltonstall Coit (1828-29) b. New London, Ct. Oct. 28, 1808; 
Yale 1828; ord. (Epis.) deacon Aug. 8, 1830; priest Dec. 16, 1832; 
min. Trinity ch.. Milton 1830-31; St. Peter's ch. Plymouth 
1832; r. St. John's ch. Bridgeport 1833-62; chap. U.S. Vols. 1863; 
r. Christ ch. West Haven 1864-65; St. Michael's ch. Naugatuck 
1866-68; d. Southport Nov. 10, 1869. 

Edmund Albern Crawley (1828-30) b. Ipswich, Eng. Jan. 20, 1799; 
King's Coll. N.S. 1820; stud, and practiced law; Halifax 1821- 
28; ord. (Bapt.) Providence, R.I. May 16, 1830; p. Granville St. 
ch. Halifax, N.S. 1831-39 and 1847-52; prof. Logic, Ment. Phil, 
and Rhet. Acadia (then Queen's) Coll. Wolfville 1838-47 and 
1852-55, also pres. and prof. Theol. 1853-55; prin. Young Ladies' 
Inst. Cincinnati, O. 1856-60, also p. Bapt. ch.; prin. Limestone 
Springs Fern. Sem. Spartanburg Dist. S.C. 1860-64; prof. Rhet. 
and prin. Theol. Dept Acadia Coll. 1865-82 and prof. emer. from 
1882; d. Wolfville, N.S. Sept. 27, 1888. D.D. Brown 1844; D.C.L. 
King's Coll. 1888. 

Josiah Davis Crosby (1828-29) b. Ashburnham, Mass. Mar. 1, 1807; 
Amh. 1822-25; Union 1826; ord. Oct. 4, 1837; p. Jaffrey, N.H. 
1837-44; res. Ashburnham, Mass. teaching and preaching from 
1846 ; p. Three Oaks, Mich. ; New Buffalo 1861-63 ; representative, 
Mass.; d. Three Oaks, Mich. June 9, 1888. 

Isaac Foster (1828-30) b. (North) Andover, Mass. July 7, 1806; 
Dart. 1828; teacher Portland, Me. 1830-34; prin. Exeter (N.H.) 
Fern. Acad. 1834-36; prin. acad. Kingston, R.I. 1836-38; teacher 
Stonington, Ct. 1838-39; farmer North Andover, Mass. from 
1839; d. Aug. 23, 1877. 

Edward Jones (1828-30) res. stu. from Charleston, S.C; Amh. 1826; 
stud, theol. African Mission Sch. Hartford, Ct.; ord. (Epis.) 



ALUMNI 1831 123 

deacon Christ ch. Hartford Aug. 6, 1830 and priest Sept. 5, 1830; 
miss'y of an English soc. to Africa; prin. Fourah Bay Chr. 
Inst'n, Sierra Leone; min. parish ch. Freetown, also sec. and 
accountant Sierra Leone Mission; went to Eng. 1864; d. Chatham, 
Kent 1864. A.M. hon. Trinity Coll. 1830. 

Hosea Kittredge (1828-30) b. Mt. Desert, Me. Mar. 25, 1803; Amh. 
1828; ord. Robbinston, Me. July 10, 1832; prin. acad. Blue Hill 
1830-36; teacher and preacher Rushville, N.Y. 1836-42; prin. 
Jordan (N.Y.) Acad. 1842-44; p. (Presb.) Sodus 1844-50; Red 
Creek, Wolcott 1850-56; Eckford, Mich. 1856-60; h.m. Mason 
and other places from 1860; d. Mar. 30, 1873. 

David Peabody (1828-29) b. Topsfield, Mass. Apr. 16, 1805; Dart. 
1828; Union Sem. Va.; ord. Nov. 15, 1832; p. First ch. Lynn, 
Mass. 1832-35; Calvinist (now Central) ch. Worcester 1835-38; 
prof. Orat. and Rhet. Dart, from 1838; d. Hanover, N.H. Oct. 17, 
1839. 

James Allwood Smith (1828-30) b. Hartford, Ct. Nov. 6, 1806; 
Yale 1826; Yale Sem. 1831; ord. Apr. 17, 1832; p. Great Falls, 
N.H. 1832-37; Glastonbury, Ct. 1837-58; Unionville, Farmington 
1858-61 and w.c. from 1861 ; representative, Ct. ; d. Apr. 15, 1882. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

William Adams Abbot Resident. Class of 1830. 

Jonathan Trumbull Backus b. Albany, N.Y. Jan. 27, 1809; Columb. 
1827; Princ. Sem. 1830; ord. Dec. 6, 1832; p. First Presb. ch. 
Schenectady, N.Y. 1832-73 and w.c. from 1873; trustee Union; 
d. Jan. 21, 1892. D.D. Union 1847 and LL.D. 1875. 

John Whitfield Cunningham b. Salem, Tenn. 1803; Wash. Coll. Tenn. 
1823; Princ. Sem. 1829; ord. Madison, Ind. Oct. 4, 1832; prof. 
Bib. Lit. and Exegetics, Hanover Sem. Ind. 1831-34; p. Jones- 
boro, Tenn. 1834-45; Second ch. Knoxville 1845-46; Second ch. 
La Porte, Ind. 1846-49; agt Amer. H.M. Soc. 1859-62; p. Nora 
and Lena, 111. 1862-65; h.m. 111. 1865-67; p. (Cong.) Naperville 
1868-71; d. Feb. 8, 1874. D.D. 

Alexander Wilson McClure Class of 1830. 

Elliot Palmer b. Coventry, Ct. Sept. 29, 1800; Bangor Sem. 1829; 
ord. Andover, Ct. June 6, 1832; p. Union 1832-33; West Stafford 
1834-47 and w.c. 1847-53; teacher industrial sch. Newark, N.J. 
1853-61; res. Cromwell, Ct. 1861-68; Portland from 1868; d. 
Apr. 4, 1889. 

Charles Pinckney Russell b. Greenfield, Mass. Apr. 3, 1801; Amh. 
1821-22; Yale 1822-23; ord. Dec. 25, 1833; p. Candia, N.H. 1833- 
41; res. Greenfield, Mass. and Boston; clerk P.O. dept Washing- 
ton; d. Feb. 2, 1874. 

William Gottlieb Schauffler Abbot Resident. Class of 1830. 



124 ALUMNI 1832 

1832 

GRADUATES 

Asher Bliss b. West Fairlee, Vt. Feb. 20, 1801; Amh. 1829; ord. 
Post Mills, Thetford, Vt. Sept. 25, 1832; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to 
Senecas, Cattaraugus Res'n, N.Y. 1832-51, also Alleghany Res'n 
1832-37; h.m. Corydon 1851-54; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Senecas 
1854-56; h.m. Stockton 1856-57; Alleghany Mission ch. Oldtown, 
South Valley 1857-67 and w.c. from 1867; d. Mar. 23, 1881. 

Thomas Boutelle b. Leominster, Mass. Feb. 1, 1805; Amh. % 1829; 
res. lie. 1833; agt Amer. Educ. Soc. 1833-34; ord. May 21, 1834; 
p. Third ch. Plymouth 1834-37; East Woodstock, Ct. 1837-49; 
Bath, N.H. 1850-56; Ashburnham, Mass. 1857-63; res. Fitchburg 
from 1863; p. First ch. Winchendon 1866; representative, Mass.; 
d. Nov. 28, 1866. 

Daniel Crane Burt b. Berkley, Mass. Mar. 31, 1808; Brown 1828; 
h.m. N.H. 1832-33; ord. July 1, 1835; p. First ch. Acushnet, New 
Bedford, Mass. 1835-57; w.c. Berkley 1857-65; Fairhaven 1865- 
71; New Bedford from 1871; d. Feb. 25, 1894. 

Moody Chase b. Cornish, N.H. Feb. 25, 1802; Dart. 1829; ord. by 
Salem (Ind.) Presb'y Aug. 1833; h.m. p. Orleans, Paoli and Bono 
1832-35; Danville, Winchester and Brownsburg 1835^41; Bain- 
bridge 1841-47; Parkersburg 1841-54 and w.c. from 1854; d. 
Mar. 22, 1879. 

Elisha Lord Cleaveland b. Topsfield, Mass. Apr. 25, 1806; Brown 
1829; ord. July 24, 1833; p. Third ch. New Haven, Ct. from 1833; 
d. Feb. 16, 1866. D.D. Wash. Coll. Pa. 1850. 

Samuel Austin Fay b. Brimfield, Mass. Nov. 19, 1809; P.A.; Amh. 
1828; ord. Oct. 16, 1832; p. Northboro 1832-36; agt Amer. Tract 
Soc. 1836-37; p. Barre 1837-40; prin. Monson Acad, from 1840; 
d. Dec. 19, 1842. 

Albert William Fiske b. Upton, Mass. Jan. 16, 1802; Brown 1829; 
ord. May 8, 1833; p. Alfred, Me. 1832-44; First ch. Scarboro 
1844-48; Houlton 1848; Upton, Mass. 1849; Kittery, Me. 1850- 
57; Fisherville (now Penacook), N.H. 1857-63 and res. there 
from 1863; d. Dec. 7, 1892. 

Charles Forbush b. Upton, Mass. Dec. 13, 1803; Amh. 1829; ord. 
Aug. 21, 1833; p. Marlboro 1833-34; Northbridge from 1834; 
d. Sept. 9, 1838. 

Jeffries Hall b. Cornish, N.H. Feb. 3, 1802; Amh. 1829; ord. June 5, 
1833; p. Hopkinton, Mass. 1833-38 and teacher 1841^2; res. 
Andover 1839^1; p. Wolfeboro, N.H. 1843-51, also prin. acad. 
1843^5; p. Eliot, Me. 1852-57; Chesterfield, N.H. 1858-68 and 
w.c. from 1868; representative from Hopkinton; d. Jan. 5, 1888. 



ALUMNI 1832 125 

Ochus Graves Hubbard b. Sunderland, Mass. Jan. 7, 1805; Amh. 
1829 ; ord. May 23, 1833 ; p. Leominster 1833-51 ; East Falmouth 
1852; d. Aug. 15, 1852. 

William Albert Hyde b. Jewett City, Preston, Ct. June 5, 1805; 
Amh. 1829; ord. Jan. 2, 1833; p. Yorktown, N.Y. 1832-38; West- 
brook, Ct. 1838-54; Greenwich 1854-64; Grassy Hill, Lyme from 
1864; d. Dec. 19, 1874. 

Corbin Kidder b. Wardsboro, Vt. June 1, 1801; Amh. 1828; ord. 
July 30, 1834; p. Saxon ville, Mass. 1834-37; evang. Hampshire 
Co. 1837-38; agt Amer. Tract Soc. 1838-39; p. West Brattleboro, 
Vt. 1839^5; (Presb.) Attica, N.Y. 1846-47; (Cong.) Warsaw 
1847-49; Groton 1850-53; prin. Home Sch. for Boys, Owego 
1853-59; p. Spencer 1859-62; Churchville 1862-65; Orland, Ind. 
and vicinity 1866-72; Poplar Grove, 111. from 1872; d. Dec. 29, 
1874. 

Charles Baker Kittredge b. Mont Vernon, N.H. July 4, 1806; Dart. 
1828; ord. Oct. 16, 1833; p. Groton, Mass. 1833-35; Westboro 
1837-45; Monson 1846-53; w.c. Worcester 1853-56; p. South 
Coventry, Ct. 1856-57; South Wilbraham, Mass. 1857-59; w.c. 
Monson 1859-63; Westboro from 1863; d. Nov. 25, 1884. 

Solomon Kittredge b. Mont Vernon, N.H. Mar. 13, 1801; Bangor 
Sem.; h.m. Salem, Ind. 1832-33; ord. (Presb.) June 19, 1834; p. 
Bedford from 1833; d. Indianapolis Nov. 12, 1847. 

Giles Leach b. Bridgewater, Mass. Apr. 1, 1801; Amh. 1829; ord. 
Feb. 5, 1833; p. Sandwich, N.H. 1833-41; Meredith Village 1841- 
54; Wells, Me. 1854-67; Rye, N.H. 1867-70; w.c. Meredith Vil- 
lage from 1870; cOm'r com. schools Belknap Co.; mem. State 
Board of Educ. ; d. Franklin June 30, 1885. 

James Davis Lewis b. Falmouth, Mass. Dec. 28, 1808; Yale 1828; 
ord. June 4, 1834; p. North Reading, Mass. 1834-37; East Fal- 
mouth 1840^46; prin. fern. acad. Schenectady, N.Y. ; U.S. col- 
lector, Falmouth, Mass.; d. East Falmouth May 7, 1854. 

Henry Lyman b. Northampton, Mass. Nov. 23, 1809; Amh. 1829; 
ord. Northampton Oct. 11, 1832; stud. med. Harv. and Bowd. 
1832-33; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Malay Archipelago from 1833; mur- 
dered in Sumatra June 28, 1834. 

Samuel Munson b. New Sharon, Me. Mar. 23, 1804; Bowd. 1829; 
ord. Orleans, Mass. Oct. 10, 1832; stud. med. Harv. and Bowd. 
1832-33; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Malay Archipelago from 1833; mur- 
dered in Sumatra June 28, 1834. 

Warren Nichols b. Reading, Mass. Jan. 26, 1803; Wms. 1828; a.p. 
Chelmsford 1832; ord. Springfield Nov. 21, 1832; p. Leominster 
1832-33; Second ch. Loudon, N.H. 1833; h.m. Mo. 1833-34 and 
111. 1834-35; p. Atlas 1835-37; Columbus 1838-40; w.c. Quincy 



126 ALUMNI 1832 

1840-^5; p. Hillsgrove 1846-49; (Presb.) La Harpe 1849-50; 
Genoa, 0. 1850-52; New Lexington 1853-54; Roseville 1855; 
Lima 1856-57; agt Amer. Bible Soc. 1858-61; d. Lima June 7, 
1862. 

William Pomeroy Paine b. Ashfield, Mass. Aug. 1, 1802; Amh. 1827 
and tutor 1830-31; ord. Oct. 24, 1833; p. Holden 1832-75 and 
emer. from 1875 ; trustee Amh. ; d. Nov. 28, 1876. D.D. Amh. 1856. 

Benjamin Wyman Parker b. Reading, Mass. Oct. 13, 1803; Amh. 
1829; ord. Reading Sept. 13, 1832; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Marquesas 
Islands 1832-34; Hawaiian Islands from 1834; prin. Hawaiian 
Theol. Sem. 1872-77; author Bible Text-book in Hawaiian; d. 
Honolulu Mar. 23, 1877. 

John Charles Phillips b. Boston Nov. 15, 1807; Harv. 1826; ord. 
Dec. 18, 1833; p. First ch. Weymouth 1833-37; Methuen 1839- 
60; w.c. Boston from 1860; d. Nov. 5, 1878. Son of Hon. John 
Phillips, trustee. 

Elias Riggs b. New Providence, N.J. Nov. 19, 1810; Amh. 1829; ord. 
Elizabeth town, N.J. Sept. 20, 1832; iniss'y A.B.C.F.M. Athens, 
Greece 1832-34; Argos 1834-38; Smyrna, Turkey 1838-53; Con- 
stantinople from 1853; translator of Bible into Armenian and 
Bulgarian ; of hymn books, Harmony of Gospels, Bible Dictionary 
and New Testament Commentary into Bulgarian ; author of gram- 
mars and other text-books in Chaldee, Modern Armenian, Turk- 
ish and Bulgarian ; res. N.Y. City 1856-58, superintending printing 
of Armenian Bible; instructor Hebrew and Chaldee Union Sem. 
1857-58; d. Constantinople Jan. 17, 1901. D.D. Hanover Coll. 
Ind. 1853; LL.D. Amh. 1871. 

Joseph Washburn Sessions b. Lunenburg, Vt. June 30, 1801; PA.; 
Bowd. 1829; ord. Oct. 2,1833; p. West Needham (now Wellesley), 
Mass. 1833-42; West Suffield, Ct. 1843-52; Centerbrook 1852-54; 
West Woodstock 1854-63; Durham Centre 1863-68; Westminster 
1868-78 and w.c. 1878-81; Chaplin from 1881; d. June 10, 1890. 

Samuel Francis Smith b. Boston Oct. 21, 1808; Harv. 1829; ed. 
Bapt. Missionary Magazine Boston 1832-33; ord. Feb. 12, 1834; 
p. Bapt. ch. Waterville, Me. 1834-^42, also prof. Mod. Lang. 
Waterville Coll. (now Colby Univ.) ; p. First Bapt. ch. Newton, 
Mass. 1842-54, supplied Second ch. (Newton Upper Falls) 1856- 
65 and res. there after; ed. Christian Review 1842^48; editorial 
.sec. Amer. Bapt. Miss'y Union 1848-63; wrote "The morning 
light is breaking" and "My country, 'tis of thee" while in 
Seminary; compiler of The Psalmist and other hymn books; 
trustee Waterville; d. Boston Nov. 16, 1895. D.D. Waterville 
1853. 

William Thompson b. Goshen, Ct. Feb. 17, 1806; Union 1827; res. 
lie. 1833; ord. Sept. 17, 1833; p. North Bridgewater, Mass. 1833- 



ALUMNI 1832 127 

34; prof. Hebrew Lang 1 , and Lit., Theol. Inst. Ct. 1834r-81 and 
emer. from 1881; chap. Retreat for Insane, Hartford; d. Feb. 27, 
1889. D.D. Union 1847. 

Ira Tracy b. Hartford, Yt. Jan. 15, 1806; Dart. 1829; ord. Hartford 
Sept. 28, 1832; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. China 1832-34; Singapore 
1834-39; Southern Hindostan 1839^1 ; agt A.B.C.F.M. and Amer. 
Bible Soc. in U.S.; p. Franklin (now Kent), 0. 1846^9; Streets- 
boro 1849-51; Blake's Prairie (now Bloomington), Wis. 1851- 
56; Spring Valley, Minn. 1856-61; w.c. Bloomington, Wis. from 
1861; d. Nov. 10, 1875. 

James Franklin Warner b. Wilbraham, Mass. June 15, 1802; Amh. 
1829; ord. Litchfield, Ct. July 1, 1833; p. Morris 1833-34; Athol, 
Mass. 1835-37; teacher music N.Y. City 1837-64; author of text- 
books in music; d. Mar. 6, 1864. 

Samuel Washburn b. Minot, Me. Jan. 1, 1807; Princ. Sem. 1829-30; 
agt Amer. S.S. Union 1835-37; ord. Aug. 2, 1837; p. Second ch. 
Greenfield, Mass. 1837^1; agt For. Evang'l Soc. 1843; p. Central 
ch. Fall River 1844-49; Fifth Presb. ch. Baltimore, Md. from 
1851; d. N.Y. City Sept. 15, 1853. 

NON-GRADUATES 

William Perkins Apthorp (1829-31) b. Quincy, Mass. Mar. 23, 1806; 
Harv. 1825-26; Yale 1829; Princ. Sem. 1832; h.m. Raleigh, N.C. 
1832-33; a.p. Quincy, Mass. 1834; Mendon 1835-36; ord. Ward 
(now Auburn) Apr. 20, 1836; h.m. Madison and Denmark, Io. 
1837-38; teacher Dr. Nelson's Mission Inst. Quincy, 111. 1838-48; 
p. Oskaloosa, Io. 1848-52; Port Byron, 111. 1852-53; Moultonboro, 
N.H. 1855-56; Polk City, Io. 1863-66; Bowen's Prairie 1866-67; 
agt Amer. Bible Soc. Fairfield 1868-69; w.c. Tallahassee, Fla. 
from 1869; d. Mar. 14, 1883. 

Abner Barrett (1829-30) res. stu. 

Asa Bullard (1829-31) b. Northbridge, Mass. Mar. 26, 1804; Amh. 
1828; ord. Portland, Me. Jan. 13, 1832; agt and sec. Me. S.S. 
Union 1831-34; cor. sec. and gen. agt Mass. S.S. Soc. (now Cong. 
S.S. and Pub. Soc.) 1834-74, res. Cambridge, Mass.; ed. Well- 
spring and author of S.S. books; d. Apr. 5, 1888. 

John Parker Bullard (1829-30) b. Pepperell, Mass. Nov. 1809; 
Harv. 1829; Harv. Law Sch. 1836; lawyer in South; d. Clinton, 
La. Jan. 29, 1845. 

George Whitefield Coffin (1829-30) b. Newbury, Mass. June 21, 
1802; Bowd. 1829; d. Newbury, while a member of Seminary, 
Sept. 1, 1830. 

George Edwin Delavan (1829-31) b. Dover, N.Y. Apr. 16, 1804; 
Yale 1827; Princ. Sem. 1831-32; Yale Sem. 1834; ord. June 19, 



128 ALUMNI 1832 

1833; p. Hamden, Ct. 1833-34; (Presb.) Hammondsport, N.Y. 
1835-37; Sherburne 1837-39, also prin. acad.; Lafayette 1845- 
49; Wilson 1850-56; Maquoketa, Io. 1856-57; Wyoming from 
1857; d. Mar. 18, 1861. 

John Diel (1829-31) b. Cherry Valley, N.Y. Aug. 9, 1808; Ham. 
1826; Princ. Sem. 1830-31; ord. (Presb.) N.Y. City Sept. 19, 
1832; agt Amer. Seamen's Friend Soc. 1831-32 and chap. Hon- 
olulu, H.I. 1832-40; d. at sea, Jan. 18, 1841. 

Edward Cushing Eells (1829-30) b. Middlebury, Vt.; Midd. 1828; 
d. Orwell, while a member of Seminary, May 31, 1830. 

Allen Gannett (1828-29, 1830-32) b. Tamworth, N.H. June 5, 1804; 
Dart. 1826; ord. Jan. 20, 1836; p. Conway 1833-38; Edgartown, 
Mass. 1841-^43; teacher and ed. Watch Tower, Georgetown; 
p. Fourth ch. Beverly 1847-53; Indep. ch. Nahant 1856-58; 
Second ch. Lynnfield 1858-65; teacher Boston 1865-71; res. 
Edgartown from 1871; d. Oct. 16, 1881. 

Thomas Douglas Gregg (1829-30) b. Salem, Mass. July 22, 1806; 
P.A.; Dart. 1824-25; Amh. 1828; res. Indianapolis, Ind. 1830-51; 
teacher, insurance sec. and banker; Adel, Io. 1851-60; foreign 
travel 1861; res. Va. from 1861; d. Ayletts, King William Co. 
Dec. 17, 1876. 

Sheridan Guiteau (1829-31) b. Norfolk, Ct. Apr. 17, 1801; Midd. 
1829; Princ. Sem. 1831-32; ord. (Presb.) Apr. 29, 1834; p. 
Montgomery, N.Y. 1834-35; Fourth Presb. ch. Baltimore, Md. 
183&-37; Ellicott's Mills 1843; First col'd ch. Baltimore; cor. 
sec. and agt Md. Tract Soc. and S.S. Union Baltimore from 
1844; d. Oct. 10, 1872. 

Edwin Francis Hatfield (1829-31) b. Elizabethtown, N.J. Jan. 9, 
1807; Midd. 1829; ord. May 14, 1832; p. Second Presb. ch. St. 
Louis, Mo. 1832-35; Seventh Presb. ch. N.Y. City 1835-36 and 
North Presb. ch. 1856-63; agt Union Sem. 1864-65 and 1870-72; 
sec. Presb. H.M. Committee 1868-70; stated clerk Gen. Assembly 
from 1846; compiler of Church Hymn Book; d. Summit, N.J. 
Sept. 22, 1883. D.D. Marietta 1850. 

William Lyle Keys (1829-31) b. Lexington, Va. Nov. 1807; Wash. 
Coll. Va. 1828; res. Hillsboro, O.; d. 1848. 

David Tappan Lane (1829-31) b. Sturbridge, Mass. Apr. 24, 1805; 
Amh. 1829; res. S.C. 1831-32; appointed miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 1832; 
d. Sterling, Ct. Dec. 2, 1832. 

Henry Blake McLellan (1829-31) b. Maidstone, Vt. Sept. 16, 1810; 
Harv. 1829; stud, theol. in Scot. 1831-32; d. Boston, Sept. 4, 
1833. 

Samuel Maxwell (1829-31) b. Lebanon, Ct. Mar. 9, 1804; Amh. 
1829; prin. prep, dept Marietta Coll. 1833-54; teacher family 



ALUMNI 1833 129 

sch. for boys, Marietta 1854-64; agt Western Freedmen's Aid 
Com. from 1865; d. Jan. 24, 1867. 

Zibeon Packard (1829-32) b. Hebron, Me. Mar. 27, 1801; d. Hebron, 
Feb. 11, 1833. 

John Otis Payson (1829-30) b. Pomfret, Ct. Sept. 5, 1807; Yale 
1828; d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, Jan. 24, 1830. 

Lucius Maro Purdy (1829-30) b. Rutland, Vt. May 21, 1805; Midd. 
1827; Gen. Theol. Sem.; tutor Trinity 1832-33; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon Sept. 13, 1832; priest Feb. 22, 1834; r. Sharon and Salis- 
bury, Ct. ; ed. Southern Churchman Va. ; r. Scottsville; Wells, 
Vt.; Christ ch. Hampton, N.Y. 1840-43; in Turkey; r. St. Mar- 
tinsville, La. 1846-51 ; St. Mary 's, Ga. ; trustee Midd. ; d. Apr. 27, 
1853. 

John Chapin Thompson (1829-31) b. Heath, Mass. Sept. 27, 1804; 
Amh. 1829; ord. Oct. 28, 1835; p. Rowe 1835-37; Goshen 1837- 
42 and 1861-62; agt Franklin Co. Bible Soc. 1846; p. Halifax 
1846-47; Montgomery 1852-53; w.c. Holyoke 1853-60; p. Cum- 
mington 1860-61; in business Belvidere, 111. 1863-81; res. Hol- 
yoke, Mass. from 1881; d. Feb. 4, 1890. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

John Quincy Adams Edgell Class of 1831. 
Benjamin Labaree Abbot Resident. Class of 1831. 
Edwards Amasa Park Abbot Resident. Class of 1831. 
Leonard Woods (1830-32) Abbot Resident. Class of 1830. 



1833 

GRADUATES 

William Arms b. Wilmington, Vt. May 18, 1802; Amh. 1830; ord. 
Park St. ch. Boston July 28, 1833; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Patagonia 
1833-34; Singapore, Borneo, Batavia 1835-38; physician West- 
minster, Vt. 1839-42 ; Fort Atkinson, Wis. 1842-50 ; Beaver Dam 
1850-59; Cobden, 111. 1860-67; Du Quoin from 1867; d. June 21, 
1889. M.D. Dart. 1839. 

Luke Clark Baker b. Brewster, Mass. ; PA. ; Yale 1822-25 ; d. Chat- 
ham, Oct. 25, 1834. 

Thompson Bird b. Caswell Co. N.C. Jan. 7, 1804; Univ. N.C. 1827; 
ord. (Presb.) Methuen, Mass. Sept. 9, 1833; h.m. N.C, Va. and 
Ind. 1833-47; p. Central ch. Des Moines, Io. 1847-65 and w.c. 
from 1865; d. Jan. 4, 1869. 



130 ALUMNI 1833 

Charles Backus Dana b. Orford, N.H. Mar. 26, 1806; Dart. 1828; 
instructor Mt. Hope Coll. Md. 1829-31 and prof. Rhet. and 
Belles-Lettres 1833-34; teacher P.A. 1832-33; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
May 30, 1834; priest 1835; r. Christ ch. Alexandria, Va. 1834- 
60; St. James's ch. Port Gibson, Miss. 1860-66; Trinity ch. 
Natchez from 1866; d. Feb. 25, 1873. 

George Eastman b. Granby, Mass. Oct. 18, 1800; Amh. 1830; ord. 
(Presb.) Methuen Sept. 9, 1833; h.m Troy and Mt. Clemens, 
Mich. 1833-36; p. Farmington 1836-43; d. Wayne Aug. 12, 1845. 

Ephraim Fobes b. Bridgewater, Mass. May 12, 1805; Amh. 1830; 

ord. Oct. 20, 1834; p. Edgecomb, Me. 1834-36; Weld 1837-43; 

res. Patten 1843-69, p. 1852-60; d. Crystal Plantation Jan. 11, 

1870. 
Job Hall b. Pomfret, Ct. May 11, 1802; Amh. 1830; ord. Jan. 15, 

1834; p. Ashford, Ct. 1834-37; agt Amer. Educ. Soc. 1837-40; 

w.c. Orwell, Vt. from 1840; d. Feb. 15, 1872. 

Israel Hills b. Glastonbury, Ct. Oct. 12, 1801; Amh. 1830; h.m. Me. 
1834-36; ord. May 1, 1837; p. Lovell 1837-45; Dixmont 1846-54; 
w.c. Bolton, Ct. from 1854; d. Dec. 6, 1874. 

John Holmes b. Ryegate, Vt. May 9, 1809; farmer Jordan's Grove, 
111. from 1842; d. Jan. 19, .1854. 

Edward Porter Humphrey b. Fairfield, Ct. Jan. 28, 1809; Amh. 
1828 and tutor 1832-33; ord. (Presb.) Nov. 21, 1834; p. Jeffer- 
sonville, Ind. 1833-35; Second Presb. ch. Louisville, Ky. 1835- 
53; prof. Bib. and Eccl. Hist. Danville Sem. 1853-66; p. College 
St. ch. Louisville 1866-79 and emer. from 1879; trustee Center 
Coll. Ky.; d. Dec. 9, 1887. D.D. Hanover Coll. Ind. 1847; LL.D. 
Amh. 1871. Son of Dr. Heman Humphrey, visitor. * 

Daniel Hunt b. Columbia, Ct. Apr. 16, 1806; Amh. 1828; h.m. Gardi- 
ner, Me. 1833; a.p. Goshen, Ct. 1834; ord. Apr. 8, 1835; p. 
Pomfret 1834-61 and w.c. from 1861; d. July 2, 1869. 

Nathan Strong Hunt b. Coventry, Ct. July 5, 1802; Wms. 1830; 
ord. Feb. 12, 1834; p. Abington, Ct. 1834-45; Montville 1846^7; 
Preston 1847-58; Bozrah 1858-70 and w.c. from 1870; d. Apr. 13, 
1882. 

Milo Parker Jewett b. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Apr. 27, 1808; Dart. 1828; 
prof. Teachers' Dept Marietta Collegiate Inst. 1833-35; prof. 
Rhet. and Polit. Econ. Marietta 1835-38; ord. (Bapt.) June 26, 
1842; founder Judson Fern. Inst. Marion, Ala., and prin. 1840- 
57; prin. fern. sem. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 1857-62; pres. Vassar 
1862-64; res. Milwaukee, Wis. from 1866; d. June 9, 1882. LL.D. 
Univ. Rochester 1861. 

George Washington Kelly b. Greenbrier Co. (West) Va. Aug. 5, 
1808; Ohio Univ. 1830; ord. July 3, 1834; p. Hamilton, Mass. 
1834-50; w.c. Haverhill from 1850; d. Aug. 16, 1898. 



ALUMNI 1833 131 

Freeman Lane b. May 16, 1801; from Cavendish, Vt.; Midd. 1828; 
ord. (Epis.) deacon Sept. 25, 1833; priest May 1835; r. Zion ch. 
Manchester 1834-36; Springville, Pa. 1836-40; Troy 1844-50; 
Huntingdon 1851; d. Aug. 26, 1852. 

Joseph Loring b. North Yarmouth (now Cumberland), Me. Mar. 28, 
1804; Bowd. 1828; ord. (Presb.) Methuen, Mass. Sept. 9, 1833; 
h.m. p. (Cong.) Bainbridge, 0. 1834; Andover 1834-35; p. Leb- 
anon, Me. 1836-54; Pownal 1855-59; Monson and Blanchard 
1859-60; West Falmouth 1861-62 and 1863-64; Raymond and 
Casco 1862-63; Edgecomb 1865-74; w.c. East Otisfield from 
1874; d. Feb. 11, 1892. 

Stephen Noyes Manning b. Sharon, Vt. Oct. 3, 1804; Dart. 1830; 
ord. (Presb.) Methuen, Mass. Sept. 9, 1833; h.m. p. Watertown, 
O. 1833-34; New Richmond 1835-36; teacher Covington, Ky. 
1837-39; Lancaster 1839^3; h.m. Trumbull Co. O. 1843-48; p. 
Fairport 1848-50; Elkhart, Ind. 1850-52; (Cong.) Otisco and 
Greenville, Mich. 1852-54; Momence, 111. 1854-56; res. Kankakee 
from 1856; agt Amer. Bible Soc. 1856-68; d. Oct. 24, 1882. 

Caleb Mills b. Dunbarton, N.H. July 29, 1806; Dart. 1828; ord. 
(Presb.) Crawfordsville, Ind. May 10^ 1835; prof. Latin and 
Greek Wabash 1833-41 and prof. Latin from 1841; supt pub. 
instruction, Ind. 1854-56; d. Crawfordsville Oct. 17, 1879. 

Sendol Barnes Munger b. Fair Haven, Vt. Oct. 5, 1802; Midd. 1828; 
agt A.B.C.F.M. 1833-34; ord. Bristol Feb. 12, 1834; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. India from 1834; author of books and tracts in 
Marathi; d. Bombay July 23, 1868. 

Lewis Pennell b. Brunswick, Me. Feb. 19, 1803; Bowd. 1830; ord. 
Brunswick Sept. 17, 1833; h.m. Me. 1833-36; O., Ind. and South 
1836-38; p. Northbridge, Mass. 1839-43; Weston, Ct. 1844-49; 
New Fairfield 1849-53 ; West Stockbridge 1854^-69 and w.c. 1869- 
79; Southport from 1879; d. May 22, 1883. 

Asa Putney b. Warner, N.H. Oct. 11, 1799; Amh. 1824-27; h.m. 

N.H.; a.p. Vershire, Vt. 1842-47; d. Syracuse, N.Y. Aug. 25, 

1867. 
Benjamin Schneider b. New Hanover, Pa. Jan. 18, 1807; Ham. 1826- 

28; Amh. 1830; ord. (Presb.) West Nottingham, Md. Oct. 2, 1833; 

miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Broosa, Turkey 1833^9 and 1868-72; Aintab 

1849-68; Marsovan Theol. Sem. 1874^75; translated books and 

tracts into Armeno- Turkish and Arabic; d. Boston Sept. 14, 1877. 

D.D. Franklin and Marshall, Pa. 1850. 

Henry Smith b. Milton, Vt. Dec. 16, 1805; Midd. 1827 and tutor 
. 1828-30; prof. Latin and Greek Marietta 1833-46 and pres. 1846- 
55; ord. Jan. 14, 1855; prof. Sac. Rhet. and Church Hist. Lane 
Sem. 1855-62; p. North Presb: ch. Buffalo, N.Y. 1862-65; prof. 
Bib. Lit. and Sac. Rhet. Lane Sem. from 1865; d. Walnut Hills, 
0. Jan. 14, 1879. D.D. Midd. 1847; LL.D. Marietta 1874. 



132 ALUMNI 1833 

. NON-GRADUATES 

William Boyd Adams (1830-32) b. Wiscasset, Me. Oct. 26, 1809; 
Bowd. 1829; d. Boston, while a member of Seminary, Jan. 4, 
1832. 

Joseph Welch Barr (1830-31) b. Liberty, 0. July 22, 1802; West. 
Res. 1830; Princ. Sem. 1831-32; ord. (Presb.) Philadelphia, Pa. 
Oct. 12, 1832; d. Richmond, Va. while under appointment as 
miss'y of A.B.C.F.M. to West Africa, Oct. 28, 1832. 

James Radcliffe Davenport (1830-32) b. Stamford, Ct. Nov. 15, 
1812; Columb. 1826-27; Yale 1830; Yale Sem. 1832-34; tutor 
Yale 1833-35; ord. (Presb.) Oct. 13, 1836; p. Rye, N.Y. 1836- 
38; (Cong.) Francestown, N.H. 1839^2; (Presb.) Cazenovia, 
N.Y. 1842-46; ord. (Epis.) deacon Dec. 19, 1847; priest Mar. 4, 
1849; r. Grace ch. Albany 1849-57; St. John's ch. Christiansted, 
Vera Cruz 1857; St. Anne's ch. Annapolis, Md. 1858-65; in 
Europe 1865-67; res. N.Y. City from 1867; r. St. Mary's ch. 
Mott Haven 1878-83; ch. of Holy Innocents N.Y. City 1883-84; 
d. Apr. 13, 1896. D.D. Columb. 1878. 

Erasmus Darwin Eldredge (1830-31) b. Dunstable, Mass. Mar. 10, 
1804; P.A.; Amh. 1829; prin. Pepperell Acad. 1834-37; res. lie. 
1838; ord. Apr. 4, 1838; p. Hampton, N.H. 1838-49; Salisbury 
1849-54; teacher Monticello, Ga. 1855-:56; prin. acad. Milledge- 
ville 1856-60; p. Alton, N.H. 1861-62; Kensington 1864^75; d. 
Athens, Ga. Apr. 18, 1876. 

Daniel Hopkins Emerson (1830-31) b. Salem, Mass. Jan. 23, 1810 
Dart. 1830; teacher in Va. 1831-34; Yale Sem. 1834-36; ord 
Oct. 19, 1836; p. Northboro, Mass. 1836-40; (Presb.) East White 
land, Pa. 1840-45; York 1845-55; St. George's, Del. 1855-68 
Mariners' ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1869-73; sec. Y.M.C.A. Oswego 
N.Y. 1873-76; miss'y of First Presb. ch. Philadelphia from 1878: 
d. July 6, 1883. D.D. Dart. 1869. Son of Dr. Brown Emerson, 
trustee. 

Leverett Griggs (1830-32) b. Tolland, Ct. Nov. 17, 1808; Yale 1829 
and tutor 1832-33; Yale Sem. 1832-33; ord. Oct. 30, 1833; p. 
North Haven 1833^5; Chapel St. ch. New Haven 1845-47; Mill- 
bury, Mass. 1847-56; Bristol, Ct. 1856-69 and res. there after; 
agt Amer. Educ. Soc. 1870-74; d. Jan. 28, 1883. D.D. Yale 1868. 

Isaac William Hallam (1830-31) b. Stonington, Ct. Nov. 20, 1809; 
Trinity 1830; Va. Epis. Sem. 1832; ord. deacon May 20, 1832; 
priest Dec. 18, 1833; r. St. James's ch. New London, Ct. 1832- 
34; St. James's ch. Chicago, 111. 1834-43; w.c. 1843^6; r. St. 
Stephen's ch. Lynn, Mass. 1846-60; St. Peter's ch. Clarksboro, 
N.J. 1860-69; St. Paul's ch. Windham, Ct. 1869-75; New Canaan 
1876-79 ; w.c. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1880-81 ; Stonington, Ct. from 1881 ; 
d. Oct. 21, 1888. 



ALUMNI 1833 133 

George Felix Heard (1830-31) b. 1812; from Greensboro, Ga.; Univ. 
Ga. 1829; Princ. Sem. 1831-33; ord. (Bapt.) 1834; p. Black 
Swamp, S.C. 1834-35; Mobile, Ala. 1835-41, also ed. Monitor 
1838-41; p. Harrison Co. Tex.; d. Feb. 13, 1844. 

Erastus Hopkins (1830-31) b. Hadley, Mass. Apr. 7, 1810; P.A.; 
Dart. 1830; Princ. Sem. 1831-33; ord. (Presb.) Apr. 6, 1835; 
p. Beech Island, S.C. 1835-37; Second Presb. ch. Troy, N.Y. 1837- 
41; w.c. Northampton, Mass. from 1841; representative from 
Northampton; pres. Ct. River R.R.; d. Jan. 24, 1872. 

Alfred Hough (1830-31) b. Turin, N.Y. Feb. 23, 1803; Amh. 1827- 
28; Yale 1830; Yale Sem. 1831-33; ord. May 20, 1835; p. (Presb.) 
Vernon Centre, N.Y.; d. Philadelphia, Pa. May 28, 1839. 

Peter Lanman Huntington (1830-31) b. Norwich, Ct. Sept. 16, 1809; 
Yale 1828; d. Norwich Dec. 24, 1832. 

Gilbert Hall Marsh (1830-32) b. Rockland (now Thomaston), Me. 
Mar. 10, 1801; Bowd. 1828; d. Andover, while a member of 
Seminary, Jan. 6, 1832. 

Stephen Caldwell Millett (1830-32) b. Salem, Mass. May 20, 1810; 
Amh. 1830; ord. (Epis.) deacon Mar. 8, 1833; priest June 26, 
1834; r. Clappville 1833-34; Saco, Me. 1834-39; Pompey and 
Janesville, N.Y. 1839^2; Stafford 1840-50; St. Paul's ch. Beloit, 
Wis. 1845-53 and w.c. from 1853; d. May 28, 1867. 

William Whiting Newell (1830-32) b. South Natick, Mass. Sept. 17, 
1807; P.A; Yale 1830; ord. Providence, R.I. July 15, 1833; p. 
Brighton, Mass. 1834-37; Maverick ch. East Boston 1837-42; 
(Presb.) Montgomery, N.Y. 1842-47; Syracuse 1847-60; Allen 
St. ch. N.Y. City 1859-73, 84th St. ch. 1873-76 and w.c. 1876-84; 
Cambridge, Mass. 1884-89; Andover from 1889; d. Pepperell 
May 12, 1891. D.D. Ham. 1859. 

Benjamin Ober (1830-33) b. Beverly, Mass. Apr. 4, 1805; PA.; 
Amh. 1828-29; ord. Jan. 1, 1834; p. First ch. West Newbury 
1834-36; West Attleboro 183&-38; West Woodstock, Ct. 1839- 
46; Holland, Mass. 1847-54; Alstead, N.H. 1854-57; Saxton's 
River, Vt. 1857-59; Wardsboro 1859-62; Fayetteville 1863-68; 
w.c. East Longmeadow, Mass. and Windsor 1868-70; Petersham 
1870-78; Brattleboro, Vt. from 1878; d. Sept. 7, 1888. 

Justin Perkins (1830-32) b. West Springfield, Mass. Mar. 12, 1805; 
Amh. 1829 and tutor 1832-33; ord. West Springfield June 26, 
1833; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Oroomiah, Persia from 1833; translated 
Bible and other books into modern Syriac; author of works in 
Nestorian; d. Chicopee, Mass. Dec. 31, 1869. D.D. Amh. 1843. 

Alanson Scofield (1830-31) b. Coeymans, N.Y. Sept. 3, 1800; Union 
1830; Princ. Sem. 1831-33; sec. Western Educ. Soc. Auburn, N.Y. 
1834-39; ord. Oct. 3, 1839; p. (Presb.) Fayette 1837-45; Red 



134 ALUMNI 1834 

Creek 1845^8; Augusta, Mich. 1848-49; Stony Creek 1849-56; 
Corunna 1856-60; Fremont 1862-63; California 1864-71, also 
Quincy 1864-68; w.c. California from 1872; d. June 18, 1876. 

John Jay Sloeum (1830-31) b. Pittston, N.Y. Jan. 21, 1803; Yale 
Sem. 1831-32; Prine. Sem. 1832-33; ord. June 15, 1834; p. 
(Presb.) Manhattan Island, N.Y. 183^39; Manlius; Boonville, 
Mo. 1843-44; Bethany, Pa.; Salina, N.Y.; agt Lake Forest Univ. 
Chicago, 111.; res. N.Y. City; d. Lansing, Mich. Mar. 12, 1863. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Thomas Boutelle Abbot Resident. Class of 1832. 

William James Keith b. Maryville, Tenn. 1811; Southern and West- 
ern Theol. Sem. (now Maryville Coll.) ; ord. (Presb.) Knoxville 
Oct. 4, 1831; p. North Middleton, Ky. 1832; res. Athens, Tenn. 
1834—37, sup. Augusta and Monmouth; prof. Greek and Latin 
East Tenn. Coll. (now Univ. Tenn.) 1838-45; p. Conyers, Ga. and 
McDonough 1845-46; Griffin 1847-57, agt Presb. Board Publica- 
tion 1857-61 and in business after; d. May, 1876. 

William Thompson Abbot Resident. Class of 1832. 



1834 

GRADUATES 

Samuel Gilman Appleton b. Gloucester, Mass. Nov. 5, 1808; Amh. 
1830; Gen. Theol. Sem.; ord. (Epis.) deacon Aug. 26, 1834; priest 
Dec. 10, 1835; r. St. Andrew's ch. Hanover, Mass. 1835-38; 
Manlius 1839-41; Avon 1841-45; miss'y Onondaga Co. 1845-48; 
r. Richfield 1848-51; Delhi 1851-55; Ansonia, Ct. 1855-57; asst 
min. Waterbury 1858-60; res. Morrisania, N.Y. from 1860, r. 
St. Paul's ch. 1860-70; min. Bayonne, N.J.; chapel of ch. of 
Ascension N.Y. City; d. Nov. 29, 1873. 

Henry Ballantine b. Schodack, N.Y. Mar. 5, 1813; Ohio Univ. 1829; 
Princ. Sem. 1830-31; Union Sem. Va.; ord. Columbus, O. Apr. 6, 
1835; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India from 1835; translated many books 
into Marathi; d. off Cape St. Vincent, Portugal, on passage home, 
Nov. 9, 1865. 

John Ballard b. Temple, Me. Dec. 12, 1804; Bowd. 1831; ord. 
(Presb.) May 20, 1837; h.m. in O.; p. Unity 1836-38; Griggsville, 
111. 1840^3; Perry from 1843; d. Feb. 13, 1857. 

Nelson Barbour b. Bridport, Vt. Oct. 8, 1805; Midd. 1831; agt 
Amer. S.S. Union 1834r-35; ord. Nov. 13, 1836; p. Saxton's River, 
Vt. 1835-39; Dummerston 1840-46; agt Amer. Prot. Soc; p. 
Langdon, N.H. 1849-52; Wolfeboro 1852-54; Cummington, Mass. 



ALUMNI 1834 135 

1857-58; Jamaica, Vt. 1859-60; Sullivan, N.H. 1861-63; West 
Fairlee, Vt. 1864-67; Georgia 1867; d. July 31, 1867. 

Homer Barrows b. Wareham, Mass. Dec. 19, 1806; Amh. 1831; ord. 
June 1, 1836; p. Middleboro (now Lakeville) 1836-42; Norton 
1842-45; First ch. Dover, N.H. 1845-52; Wareham, Mass. 1852- 
59; Plaistow, N.H. 1859-69; Lakeville, Mass. 1869-72; w.c. 
Andover from 1872; d. Apr. 1, 1881. 

Samuel Dickinson Barton b. Granby, Mass. July 4, 1803; Amh. 1831; 

h.m. of Amer. S.S. Union, 111. from 1834; d. Jacksonville Apr. 14, 

1836. 
Nathan Benjamin b. Catskill, N.Y. Dec. 14, 1811; Wms. 1831; 

Auburn Sem. 1831-33; stud. med. New Haven, Ct. 1834-36; ord. 

Williamstown, Mass. Apr. 21, 1836; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Argos 

and Athens, Greece 1836-45 ; Smyrna and Constantinople, Turkey 

from 1845; d. Jan. 27, 1855. 

William James Breed b. Lynn, Mass. June 10, 1809; Yale 1831; 
ord. June 10, 1835; p. Nantucket, Mass. 1835-39; dist. sec. 
A.B.C.F.M. Miss. Valley 1840-41; p. Bucksport, Me. 1841^5; 
First Cong. ch. Cincinnati, 0. 1845^16; High St. ch. Providence, 
R.I. 1846-52; finan. agt Yale 1853-58; p. Southboro, Mass. 1858- 
63; Hamilton 1864^65; Raynham from 1865; d. West Taunton 
Apr. 12, 1869. 

George Champion b. Colchester, Ct. June 3, 1810 ; P. A. ; Yale -1831 ; 
Dart. Med. Coll. 1833-34; ord. Colchester Nov. 19, 1834; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. to Zulus, South Africa 1834-39; d. Santa Cruz, W.L 
while on voyage for health, Dec. 17, 1841. 

David Quimby Cushman b. Wiscasset, Me. Dec. 2, 1806; Bowd. 
1830; ord. June 23, 1836; p. Millville, Mendon (now Blackstone), 
Mass. 1835-38; Boothbay, Me. 1838-43; Richmond 1843-44; 
Newcastle 1844-55; Bristol 1855-56; Warren 1857-63; Bremen 
1863-65; Hubbardston, Mass. 1865-68; w.c. Bath, Me. 1868-86; 
Warren from 1886; d. Oct. 13, 1889. 

Robert Ogden Dwight b. Stockbridge, Mass. Oct. 31, 1802; ord. 
Aug. 28, 1835; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India from 1835; d. Madura 
Jan. 8, 1844. 

Joshua Emery b. Newburyport, Mass. Aug. 5, 1807; P. A.; Amh. 
1831; ord. May 13, 1835; p. Calvinistic ch. Fitchburg 1835-38; 
First ch. Weymouth 1838-73 and w.c. 1874-78; Kansas City, Mo. 
from 1879; d. Apr. 24, 1882. 

Aldin Grout b. Pelham, Mass. Sept. 2, 1803 ; Amh. 1831 ; ord. Holden 
Nov. 19, 1834; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Zulus, South Africa 1834- 
70; res. Springfield, Mass. from 1870; d. Feb. 12, 1894. 

Horatio Balch Hackett b. Salisbury, Mass. Dec. 27, 1808; P.A.; 
Amh. 1830 and tutor 1831-32; prof. Lang. Mt. Hope Coll. Balti- 
more, Md. 1834-35; prof. Latin and Greek Brown 1835-38, prof. 



136 ALUMNI 1884 

Hebrew 1S3S-39: ord. (Bapt.) Newton, Mass. Dee. 8. 1S39; prof. 
Bib. Lit. and Interpretation Newton Sem. 1839-68; stud. Berlin 
and Halle. Ger. 1842: instructor Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1843; stud, 
and traveled in Greece and Palestine 1858-59; prof. Bib. Lit. and 
X. 7. Exr^esis Rochester N ^em. from 1370; author and 

translator of commentaries; with Dr. Ezra Abbott edited Amer. 
ed'n Smith's Dictionary of Bible; one of Amer. revisers of 
Bible; d. No " D.D. Univ. Yt. 1845. Harv. 1861; LL.D. 

Amh. 1- 

Story Hebard b. Lebanon. N.H. Mar. 11. 1802 ; Amh. 1828 and tutor 
1830-31; res. lie. 1835; ord. Lebanon Oct. 21. 1835; n 
A.B.C.F.M. Beirut. Syria 1835-40; d. Malta, on way to U.S.. 
June 30. 1841. 

Samuel Storrs Howe b. Shoreham. Yt. June 20. 1808; Midd. 1S29: 
Princ. Sem. 1832-33; tutor Midd. 1835-36: res. lie. 1835; teacher 
Canandaigua NY Acad. 1836-38; a.p. (Presb.) Dresden 1838- 
39: ord. May 6. 1841; p. Painted Post, Corning 1840-42; (Cong.) 
Ticonderoga 1843-44: (Presb.) Brasher Falls 1844-48. also 
(Cong.) Stockholm 1844-45: sec. Western Educ. Soc. Auburn 
1848-49: res. Iowa City. Io. from 1849. p. 1849-51. 1856. and 
city miss V 1866-68 : sec. Ch. Erection for Io. 1851-54 ; ed. Temp. 
Journal 1854-55: Lit. Advertiser 1859-60: lib r n State Hist. Soc. 
and ed. Annals of Iowa 1863; d. Iowa City Oct. 24. 1888. 

Daniel Emerson Jewett b. Gilford, NJL July 13. 1804; Dart. 1824- 
25: ord. (Bapt.) Dec. 25. 1834: d. Philadelphia. Pa S, 1844. 

William Reed Jewett b. Rockport. Mass. Sept, 12. 1811; Amh. 1831; 
res. lie. 1835: ord. Jan. 18. 1837; p. Griswold. Ct. 1837-43; Plym- 
outh, N.H. 1845-62: Fisherville 1863-74: w.c. Concord 1875-80; 
Andover. Mass. from 1880; d. Aug. 26. 1882. 

Ezra Jones b. Waitsfield. Yt. Nov. 16. 1804: Midd. 1831; ord. 
Sept. 18. 1834: p. Greenfield. N.H 1834-38; Dorset. Yt. 1838-41; 
Johnson 1841-44: Clarendon 1846-50; Junius. N.Y. 1851-55; 
West Fayette 1S56: Somerset 1857; Sherman 1858-59: Bristol 
Centre 1860-61: Canoga 1861-65: West Groton 1865-68; North 
Evans 1868-72: Pendleton 1872-74: Akron 1874-78; w.c. Medina 
1879-81; Phelps from 1881; d. May 4. 1888. 

Thomas Kidder b. New Ipswich. NJL Apr. 15, 1801; Princ. Sem. 

1831-32: res. lie. 1836: ord. Jan. 10, 1838; p. Windsor, Yt. 1838- 

hap. Yt. State Prison 1842-48; res. St. Johnsbury 1848-63; 

p. Craftsbury 1854-55: St. Johnsbury East: private 9th Yt. Yols. 

1863; hospital nurse 18th Armv Corps; d. Bermuda Hundred. Ya. 

29. 1864. 

David Tenney Kimball b. Ipswich. Mass. Sept. 7. 1808; Midd. 1829; 
a.p. Talcott St. ch. Hartford, Ct. 18.35-37: farmer Mt. Yernon, 
Ind. 1837-41; Atkinson. N.H 1842-52; in business Lowell, Mass. 
from 1853; d. Mar. 29. 1886. 



ALUMNI 1834 137 

Lewis Flanders Laine b. Loudon, N.E Sept. 7, 1806: Dart. 1830; 
ord. Feb. 18, 1835 ; h.m. p. Brunswick. 0. 1835-37. also Hinckley ; 
p. Bath 1837-^6; Portland. N.Y. 1847-59; (Presb.) Canisteo 
1860-74 and w.c. from 1874; d. Dec. 9, 1891. 

John Jay Lawrence b. Geneseo, N.Y. July 12, 1807: Union 1829; 
ord. Feb. 24. 1835; miss'y A.B.C.F.M*. Madura District. India 
from 1835; d. Tranquebar Dec. 20, 1846. 

Chester Lord b. Williamsburg. Mass. July 30, 1812; Amh. 1831; 
d. Williamsburg Nov. 8. 1834. 

James Mclntire b. Oxford, Pa. July 2. 1806; Jeff. Coll. Pa. 1827; 
ord. Jan. 22. 1835: p. Unionville, Hopkinton (now Ashland). 
Mass. 1835-38; (Presb.) Elkton, Md. 1839-49, 1860-61, w.c. 
1849-60 and from 1861; d. Dec. 14, 1884. 

Israel Taintor Otis b. Colchester. Ct. July 3. 1805; Wms. 1828; ord. 
June 10, 1835: p. Goshen. Ct. 1835-44; chap. U.S.N. 1845-46: 
p. Rye. N.H. 1847-66: w.c. Exeter 1866-69: p. Brownington, Vt. 
1869-71: w.c. Exeter. N.H. from 1871; d. May 30, 1889. 

Philander Oliver Powers b. Phillipston, Mass. Aug. 19. 1805; Amh. 
1830; ord. Phillipston Oct. 29. 1834; missy A.B.C.F.M. Broosa. 
Turkey 1834-45 : Trebizond 1845-62 ; p. Oneida Lake, N.Y. 1862- 
64; South Windsor. Ct. 1864-66; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Antioch, 
Turkey from 1866; d. Kessab Oct. 2. 1872. 

Stillman Pratt b. Reading. Mass. Apr. 24, 1804; P.A.; Amh. 1831; 
ord. Apr. 22. 1835: p. Orleans 1835-39; South Adams 1839-48; 
Melrose 1849-51; Carver 1851-54: ed. Mothers' Assistarit Boston 
1850-52: Middleboro Gazette from 1854; d. Middleboro Sept. 1. 
1862. 

Daniel Ford Richardson b. Cornish, N.H. Aug. 16, 1807; Dart. 
1831; a.p. Georgetown. Mass. 1S34-35: res. lie. 1836: ord. (Bapt.) 
Apr. 8, 1838; p. Wake Forest. N.C. 1838-39 and prof. Latin and 
Greek Wake Forest Inst. 1837-43; p. Cavendish, Yt. 1843-44: 
Mason Yillage (now Greenville). N.H. 1S45-47: res. Hanover 
from 1848, p. 1848-52; West Plainfield 1853-63; representative 
and mem. Const. Conv. from Hanover; d. Feb. 7, 1882. 

Charles Rockwell b. Colebrook, Ct. Nov. 22. 1806: Yale 1826; ord. 
Sept. 23. 1834; chap. U.S.N. 183^37: res. lie. 1838; p. Chatham, 
Mass. 1838-45: Pontiac. Mich. 1846-47: in Ky. 1&47-49; p. 
Sharon. Ct. 1850-51: Eastburn Presb. ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1852- 
53; (Cong.) Castine, Me. 1853-54: Pelham. N.H. 1854-o5; Acton, 
Mass. 1855-56; teacher Boston 1856-57; Brooklyn. N.Y. 1858- 
59; p. (Ref. Dutch) Kiskatom 1860-66; Mongaup Valley 1867- 
69: Newburg 1869-70; Gansevoort 1870-71; (Cong.) Dunstable, 
Mass. 1S71-72; Winchendon 1873-75; w.c. Albanv, N.Y. from 
1881; d. Apr. 17, 1882. 



138 ALUMNI 1834 

Asa Dodge Smith b. Amherst, N.H. Sept. 21, 1804; Dart. 1830; 
ord. Nov. 2, 1834; p. (Presb.) Brainerd (now 14th St.) ch. N.Y. 
City 1834-63; pres. Dart. 1863-77; trustee Ham.; director Union 
Sem.; visitor And. Sem. ; d. Hanover, N.H. Aug. 16, 1877. D.D. 
Wms. 1849; LL.D. N.Y. Univ. 1864. 

Buel Willoughby Smith b. Monkton, Vt. Nov. 13, 1806; Midd. 1831; 
ord. Tewksbury, Mass. Apr. 23, 1834 ; p. Ferrisburg, Vt. 1834^35 ; 
Montpelier 1836^0; Plainfield 1840-41; prin. Keeseville (N.Y.) 
Acad. 1841-48, also p. Port Kent; prin. Burlington (Vt.) Fern. 
Sem. 1848-65, also p. Shelburne 1852-55, Ferrisburg 1853-56, 
West Milton 1856-57, Westford 1864-65; res. Newton, Mass. 
1865-76; Ishpeming, Mich, from 1876; d. Mar. 7, 1882. 

Alvah Spaulding b. Townsend, Mass. Sept. 9, 1807; Amh. 1831; 
a.p. Troy, N.H. 1834; Chesterfield 1834-35; ord. Oct. 1, 1835; 
p. Cornish 1835-65; Weathersfield Centre, Vt. from 1865; d. 
May 11, 1868. 

Seth Sweetser b. Newburyport, Mass. Mar. 15, 1807; Harv. 1827 
and tutor 1829-31; ord. Nov. 23, 1836; p. Gardiner, Me. 1834-38; 
Calvinist (now Central) ch. Worcester, Mass. 1838-74 and emer. ; 
trustee PA. (and And. Sem.); overseer Harv.; d. Mar. 24, 1878. 
D.D. Amh. 1852. 

Daniel Smith Talcott (name changed in 1863 from Daniel Talcott 
Smith) b. Newburyport, Mass. Mar. 7, 1813; Amh. 1831; in- 
structor Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1834-36; res. lie. 1836; ord. Dec. 7, 
1836; p. Sherborn 1836-38; prof. Sac. Lit. Bangor Sem. 1839-81 
and res. Bangor, Me. from 1881; d. Jan. 19, 1896. D.D. Water- 
ville 1853, Bowd. 1858. 

Hiram Averill Tracy b. Lisbon, Ct. Sept. 20, 1804; ord. Jan. 1, 1835; 
p. Sutton, Mass. 1835-50; dist. sec. A.B.C.F.M. Cincinnati, O. 
1851-60 and sec. Committee for Sab. Observance 1860-61, 1868- 
70; p. (Presb.) Glendale 1861-67; Eagleville and Taftville, Ct. 
1867-68; First ch. Sutton, Mass. 1871-75 and w.c. from 1875; 
d. Feb. 24, 1885. 

John Whitney b. Harvard, Mass. Sept. 1, 1804; Amh. 1831; ord. 
Oct. 15, 1834; p. First ch. Boxford 1834-37; Waltham 1837-58; 
Westford 1859; West Boylston 1860; Robbinston, Me. 1861-62; 
Presb. and Cong, churches Canaan, N.Y. 1862-67; w.c. Newton 
Centre, Mass. from 1867; d. May 31, 1879. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Diarca Howe Allen (1829-30, 1832-33) b. Lebanon, N.H. July 3, 
1808; Dart. 1829; teacher Charleston, S.C. 1830-32; Marietta, O. 
1833-35; ord. Marietta 1834; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Marietta 
1835-38, prof. Rhet. and Polit. Econ. 1838-40; prof. Sac. Rhet. 
and Past'l Theol. Lane Sem. 1840-51, prof. Sys. Theol. 1851-67 



ALUMNI 1834 139 

and emer.; res. Granville, 0. from 1867; d. Nov. 9, 1870. D.D. 
Marietta 1848. 

John Chester Backus (1833) b. Wethersfield, Ct. Sept. 3, 1810; 
Columb. 1826-28; Yale 1830; Yale Sem. 1830-31; Princ. Sem. 
1834; ord. by New Brunswick Presb 'y Feb. 2, 1836; asst sec. 
Board Dom. Missions 1835-36; p. First Presb. ch. Baltimore, Md. 
1836-75 and emer.; director Princ. Sem.; d. Apr. 9, 1884. D.D. 
Hanover Coll. Ind. 1848; LL.D. N.J. Coll. 1875. 

Oliver Baker (1831-32) b. Templeton, Mass. July 17, 1801; P.A.; 
Yale 1829; Yale Sem. 1832-34; d. Rahway, N.J. Mar. 15, 1834. 

John Abeel Baldwin (1831-32) b. N.Y. City Apr. 25, 1810; Yale 
1829; Princ. Sem. 1834; ord. (Ref. Dutch) Mar. 22, 1836; p. 
Flat Lands and New Lots, N.Y. 1836-52; First Presb. ch. Lan- 
caster, Pa. 1852-56; New Providence, N.J. 1857-63; res. Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. from 1863; p. Wood Haven 1869-76; d. Feb. 22, 1886. 

Charles Lurvey Bartlett (1833-34) b. Whitefield, N.H. Dec. 15, 
1804; Princ. Sem. 1831-33; ord. June 24, 1835; p. Rising Sun 
and Unia, Ind. 1835-39; Pleasant Ridge 1839-44; Central ch. 
Jefferson 1844-46; Newark, 111. 1846-50; (Presb.) Du Page 
1851-56 and h.m. 1857-58; Lake Forest 1860-62 and w.c. from 
1863; d. Taberville, Mo. Sept. 17, 1867. 

James Boutelle (1831-33) b. Stratton, Vt. Apr. 26, 1801; P.A.; 
Midd. 1826-29; teacher Tuscaloosa, Ala.; d. about 1840. 

Hilliard Bryant (1831-32) b. Middleboro, Mass. Feb. 3, 1808; Amh. 
1831; Gen. Theol. Sem. 1833-35; ord. (Epis.) deacon June 28, 
1835; priest Sept. 22, 1835; teacher mission sch. Athens, Greece 
1835-37; r. Trinity ch. Litchfield, Ct. 1837-^0; Christ ch. West- 
port 1840-41; St. Paul's ch. Wallingford 1841-50; teacher acad. 
Cheshire 1850-52 and r. St. Peter's ch. 1852-65; St. Peter's ch. 
Hebron from 1865; d. Sept. 11, 1880. 

Edward Coleman Bull (1831-32) b. Danbury, Ct. Aug. 7, 1807; Yale 
1826; Gen. Theol. Sem. (1834) ; Va. Epis. Sem. 1834; ord. deacon 
Sept. 26, 1834; priest May, 1838; r.. Brookfield, Ct. 1838-41; 
Christ ch. Westport 1841-47; Rye, N.Y. 1847-58; w.c. Brooklyn, 
Bridgeport, Ct. and Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 1858-72; Tarrytown 
from 1872; d. Mar. 15, 1894. 

Alpheus Crosby (1831-33) b. Sandwich, N.H. Oct. 13, 1810; Dart. 
1827 and preceptor Moor's Charity sch. 1827-28; prof. Latin 
and Greek Dart. 1833-37, prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. 1837-49 
and emer. ; agt Mass. Board of Educ. 1854-56 ; prin. State Normal 
Sch. Salem 1857-65 and res. there after; author of Greek Gram- 
mar and other text-books; d. Apr. 17, 1874. 

John Jay Dana (1831-33) b. Poultney, Vt. Nov. 5, 1811; Wms. 
1827-29; Union 1831; Princ. Sem. 1833-34; ord. Waterford, N.Y. 



140 ALUMNI 1834 

Sept. 9, 1835; p. Pittstown 1835-36; Blissfield, Mich. 1836-38; 
Canaan Four Corners, N.Y. 1838-48; South Adams, Mass. 1848- 
58; w.c. Troy, N.Y. 1858-61; p. Cummington, Mass. 1861-65; 
North Becket 186&-74; Alford and West Stockbridge 1876-84; 
w.c. Alford 1884-89; p. Curtisville, Stockbridge 1889-91; w.c. 
Williamsville, West Stockbridge from 1891 ; d. June 18, 1899. 

William Coombs Dana (1831-32) b. Newburyport, Mass. Feb. 13, 
1810; Dart. 1828; Columbia Sem. S.C. 1833-35; Princ. Sem. 
(1835); ord. Feb. 14, 1836; p. Central Presb. ch. Charleston, 
S.C. from 1836; d. Nov. 30, 1880. D.D. Charleston Coll. S.C. 
1870. Son of Dr. Daniel Dana, trustee. 

Nathaniel Shatswell Dodge (1831-32) b. Haverhill, Mass. Jan. 10, 
1810; PA.; Dart. 1825-28; prin. Maplewood Inst, and in busi- 
ness Pittsfield, Mass. 1834-51; U.S. com'r to World's Fair, Lon- 
don 1851; in business London 1851-61; quartermaster 119th N.Y. 
Vols. 1862-64; brigade quartermaster 1864-66; clerk Treas'y 
dept Washington; res. Cambridge, Mass. from 1871; author; d. 
Feb. 2, 1874. 

Joshua Trowbridge Eaton (1831-33) b. Framingham, Mass. Feb. 23, 
1803; Yale 1830; Theol. dept Kenyon Coll. 1833-34; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon Sept. 7, 1834; priest Sept. 11, 1836; min. Portsmouth, O. 
1834-35; r. Painesville 1836-38; Boardman and Canfield 1840- 
45; Allen's Hill, N.Y. 1846 and 1849-52; Corning 1847-48; 
Buffalo 1853-56; Plymouth 1857; ord. (New Church) June 13, 
1860; p. Urbana, 0. 1860-61 and 1864-69; Wilmington, Del. 1862- 
63; Yarmouth, Mass. 1870; w.c. Shrewsbury from 1870; d. Jan. 7, 
1888. 

Albert Mirabeau Egerton (1831-33) b. Randolph, Vt. 1807; Dart. 
1829 ; Columbia Sem. S.C. ; teacher Augusta, Ga. ; d. Apr. 7, 1839. 

David Fosdick (1831-33) b. Charlestown, Mass. Nov. 9, 1813; Amh. 
1831; lit. work and teacher; res. Groton 1837-^1; ord. (Unit.) 
Mar. 3, 1841; p. Sterling 1841-45; Hollis St. ch. Boston 1846^7; 
res. Groton from 1848; p. Groton Junction (now Ayer) 1854-60; 
published German-English dictionary and (in Andover) text- 
books for study of German and French; d. Jan. 28, 1892. 

John Northend Goodhue (1831-32) b. Salem, Mass. Jan. 29, 1810; 
Amh. 1831; Yale Sem. 1832-34; ord. May 4, 1836; p. Marlboro, 
Mass. from 1836; d. Sept. 13, 1839. 

Frederick West Holland (1831-32) b. Boston, Mass. June 22, 1811 
Harv. 1831; Harv. Div. Sch. 1834; a.p. Greenfield; Oswego, N.Y. 
Philadelphia, Pa.; Washington, D.C.; ord. (Unit.) Apr. 11, 1838 
p. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1838-42; Rochester 1843-48 and 1865-68; sec 
Amer. Unit. Assoc. 1848-50; p. East Cambridge, Mass. 1851-59 
Neponset 1859-62; North Cambridge 1862-65; Newburg, N.Y. 



ALUMNI 1834 141 

1871-77; res. Cambridge, Mass. 1878-84; Concord from 1884; 
chap. North Cambridge Almshouse 1878-94; d. Mar. 26, 1895. 

Henry Augustus Homes (1831-32) b. Boston Mar. 10, 1812; P.A.; 
Amh. 1830; Yale Sem. 1832-34; in Oriental studies, Paris, France 
1834-35; ord. by Eglise Reformee, Paris June 1835; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Constantinople, Turkey 1835-51; interpreter of U.S. 
legation, charge d'affaires and acting consul, Constantinople, 
1851-53; asst lib'n State Library Albany, N.Y. 1854-62 and 
lib'n from 1862; author; translator of books into Armeno- 
Turkish; d. Nov. 4, 1887. LL.D. Columb. 1873. 

Elbridge Hosmer (1831-32) b. Walpole, N.H. Sept. 28, 1807; Dart. 
1831; teacher Craftsbury, Vt.; Newton, Mass.; Auburn, N.Y.; 
Glens Falls; Cleveland, 0.; d. Sept. 14, 1852. 

Franklin Jones (1831-32) b. Royalston, Mass. Aug. 9, 1801; Amh. 
1829; prin. fern. sem*. Bowling Green, Ky. from 1832; d. Aug. 16, 
1846. 

William Vaughan Jordan (1831-32) b. Saco, Me. July 31, 1804; 
Bowd. 1831; teacher Monmouth Acad. 1833-35; Bangor Sem. 
1836; ord. Sept. 13, 1836; p. Dixfield 1836-41 and 1858-59; 
Pownal 1842-52; Deer Isle 1852-54; Durham 1854-55; Mechanic 
Falls 1855-58; Andover 1859-67; w.c. Concord, N.H. 1867-70; 
p. Sanford, Me. 1870-71; w.c. Saco 1872-85; Chapman, Kan. 
from 1886; d. Jan. 23, 1890. 

Daniel Kimball (1831-32) b. Ipswich, Mass. May 25, 1810; Midd. 
1827-29; temperance editor and lecturer Mass. 1841-52; teacher 
Woburn 1852-53; Williams Acad. Stockbridge 1855-63; in 
Boston Custom House 1864-76; res. Lexington 1876-82; Woburn 
from 1882; d. Nov. 23, 1888. A.M. hon. Midd. 1855. 

Daniel Leach (1831-32) b. Bridgewater, Mass. June 12, 1806; Brown 
1830; ord. (Epis.) deacon Feb. 7, 1833; priest Apr. 10, 1834; 
r. Quincy, Mass. 1833-38; prin. classical sch. Roxbury 1838-44 
and teacher private sch. 1844-50 ; agt Mass. Board of Educ. 1851- 
55; supt of schools Providence, R.I. 1855-84 and res. there after; 
author of school text-books; trustee Brown; d. May 16, 1891. 
D.D. Brown 1875. 

Clement Long (1831-33) b. Hopkinton, N.H. Dec. 1, 1806; Dart. 
1828; ord. Franklin, 0. Apr. 6, 1836; prof. Intell. and Mor. Phil. 
West. Res. 1834^44, prof. Theol. 1844-52 and lecturer on Ment. 
and Mor. Phil. 1859-60; prof. Chr. Theol. Auburn Sem. 1852-54; 
prof. Intell. Phil, and Polit. Econ. Dart, from 1854; d. Hanover, 
N.H. Oct. 14, 1861. D.D. Dart. 1849; LL.D. West. Res. 1860. 

Elias Loomis (1831-33) b. Willington, Ct. Aug. 7, 1811; Yale 1830 
and tutor 1833-36; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. West. Res. 1836- 
44; prof. Math., Nat. Phil, and Astron. N.Y. Univ. 1844-48, 1849- 



142 ALUMNI 1834 

60; prof. Nat. Phil, and Astron. Yale from 1860; author of text- 
books in higher mathematics, philosophy and astronomy; d. New 
Haven, Ct. Aug. 15, 1889. LL.D. N.Y. Univ. 1854. 

William McLain (1831-32) b. Buck Creek, 0. Aug. 8, 1806; Miami 
1831; Yale Sem. 1834; ord. Jan. 11, 1837; p. First Presb. ch. 
Washington, D.C. 1837-40 and res. there after; sec. Amer. Col'n 
Soc. from 1840, finan. agt and treas. 1858-73; d. Feb. 13, 1873. 
D.D. 

Daniel Eddy Manton (1831-32) b. Kinderhook, N.Y. Nov. 3, 1811; 
Amh. 1831; Princ. Sem. 1832-34; a.p. Chittenango and Fayette- 
ville, N.Y. 1836; Redding, Ct. 1836-37; ord. by Alton (N.Y.) 
Presb 'y Apr. 1, 1838; in West Indies 1838-39; p. Hillsdale, N.Y. 
1839; w.c. Kinderhook from 1839; d. Mar. 5, 1841. 

Ezekiel Marsh (1831-32) b. (South) Danvers (now Peabody), Mass. 
Oct. 5, 1808; Bowd. 1831; Yale Sem. 1834; ord. Apr. 29, 1835; 
p. Ellington, Ct. 1835^4; d. Enfield Aug. 30, 1844. 

Charles Matthews (1831-32) b. Putnam, 0. Mar. 8, 1813; Ohio 
Univ. 1830; d. N.Y. City Dec. 4, 1872. 

Edward W. Mitchell (1831-32) b. Steuben, N.Y. July, 1809; teacher 
Lexington, Ky. ; d. 1838. 

John Humphrey Noyes (1831-32) b. Brattleboro, Vt. Sept. 3, 1811; 
Dart. 1830; Yale Sem. 1832-34; became a "Perfectionist"; res. 
Putney, Vt. 1838-47 ; founder of Oneida Community, Madison Co. 
N.Y. and leader 1840-79; res. Niagara Falls, Can. from 1880; 
d. Apr. 13, 1886. 

Joseph Lyman Partridge (1831-32) b. Hatfield, Mass. June 7, 1804; 
Wms. 1828 and tutor 1832-33; assoc. prin. Leicester Acad. 1833- 
39 and prin. 1839^5; assoc. ed. Puritan Recorder, res. Auburn- 
dale 1846-54; merchant N.Y. City, res. Brooklyn 1854-58; man- 
ufacturer Lawrence, Mass. 1858-61, supt of schools 1861-63, 
dep. U.S. collector 1862-75, treas. mfg. co. 1875-78; res. Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. from 1878; d. Feb. 4, 1900. 

Samuel Porter (1831-32) b. Farmington, Ct. Jan. 12, 1810; Yale 
1829; Yale Sem. 1837; instructor Asylum for Deaf and Dumb, 
Hartford 1832-36 and 1846-60; assoc. ed. Cong. Observer Hart- 
ford 1840-42; instructor N.Y. Inst, for Deaf and Dumb 1843-46; 
ed. Amer. Annals of the Deaf and Dumb 1854-60; prof. Ment. 
Sci. and Eng. Philology National Deaf Mute Coll. Washington, 
D.C. 1866-84 and emer. ; wrote much on linguistic subjects; d. 
Farmington, Ct. Sept. 3, 1901. 

George Thompson Todd (1831-32) b. New Milford, Ct. Sept. 6, 
1810; Yale 1829; Princ. Sem. 1835; ord. Oct. 11, 1838; p. Gilead 
Presb. ch. Carmel, N.Y. 1835^*4; (Cong.) Bethel, Ct. 1844; 
(Presb.) Ballston Spa, N.Y. 1845-47; Smithfield 1847-55; w.c. 



ALUMNI 1835 143 

Fond du Lac, Wis. 1856-90 and 1892-94; Minneapolis. Minn. 
1890-92; Aberdeen, S.D. from 1894; d. Feb. 10, 1897. 

John Ellery Tyler (1831-32) b. Southbury, Ct. Apr. 11, 1810; Dart. 
1831; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1836; ord. Oct. 11, 1837; p. Windham 1837- 
51; w.c. East Windsor Hill 1851-64; Vineland, N.J. from 1864; 
trustee Theol. Inst. Ct.; d. Aug. 15, 1873. 

Seth Hardin Waldo (1831-34) b. Hampton, Ct. Oct. 4, 1802; P.A.; 
Amh. 1831; instructor Teachers' Sem. PA. 1832-33; prin. and 
prof. Greek Ober. Collegiate Inst. O. 1834-35; a.p. Mansfield, 
Ravenna, Kinsman 1835-36; lecturer Farmington Acad. 1836-37; 
ord. Woburn, Mass. Aug. 6, 1839; p. Farmington, O. 1837-42; 
Ashtabula 1842-45; Dover; teacher Bellevue; res. Geneseo, 111. 
from 1854, p. 1854-57; Vienna 1859-60; Gardner 1861-80, also 
prin. select sch. Geneseo; d. Oct. 30, 1890. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATE 

Lorenzo Warriner Pease b. Hinsdale, Mass. May 20, 1809; Ham. 
1828; Auburn Sem. 1833; ord. Auburn, N.Y. July 9, 1834; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Cyprus from 1834; d. Aug. 28, 1839. 



1835 

GRADUATES 

Julius Caesar Anthony b. Taunton, Mass. 1804; planter Wheelock, 
Tex.; d. Jan. 10, 1864. 

Abijah Richardson Baker b. Franklin, Mass. Aug. 30, 1805; Amh. 
1830; teacher PA. 1833-37; res. lie. 1837; ord. Apr. 25, 1838; 
p. First Trin. ch. Medford 1838-48; agt Mass. S.S. Soc. 1849; 
p. Central ch. Lynn 1849-54; West Needham (now Wellesley), 
1854-63; E St. ch. South Boston 1864r-66; w.c. Dorchester from 
1866; d. Apr. 30, 1876. D.D. Austin Coll. Tex. 1870. 

Ariel Parish Chute b. Byfield, Newbury, Mass. May 16, 1809; Amh. 
1828-29; Bowd. 1832; Bangor Sem. 1832-34; res. lie. 1836; ord. 
Mar. 16, 1836; p. Oxford, Me. 1836-38; Pownal 1839-41; prin. 
Warren Acad. Woburn, Mass. 1841^5; Milton Acad. 1845-46; 
p. Harrison, Me. 1847-49; prin. Dummer Acad. Byfield, Mass. 
1849-53; p. Lynnfield 1854-57; Ware 1857-61; in Custom House 
Boston 1861-63 and clerk U.S. Treasurer's Office 1863-80; res. 
Sharon from 1861; d. Dec. 18, 1887. 

Philip Sidney Cleland b. near Lebanon, Ky. Nov. 27, 1811; Centre 
Coll. Ky. 1830; ord. (Presb.) Nov. 17, 1836; p. Jeffersonville, Ind. 
1835-39; Greenwood 1839-66, also New Providence (now South- 
port) 1850-53, 1858-65 and Mt. Pleasant 1850-66; agt Western 
Freedmen's Aid Com. 1867; res. Topeka, Kan. from 1869; d. 
Sept. 15, 1885. 



144 ALUMNI 1835 

Loammi Sewall Coburn b. Salem, Mass. Apr. 7, 1808; Dart. 1830; 
res. lie. 1836; ord. Oct. 2, 1839; p. Fayetteville, Vt. 1839-42; 
prof. Latin and Greek Norwich Univ. 1848-49; prin. classical 
sch. Farmville, Ta. 1853-57; p. Weston, Vt. 1858-66 and w.c. 
from 1866; d. Mar. 16, 1885. 

James Wilkinson Dale b. Odessa, Del. Oct. 16, 1812; Univ. Pa. 1831; 
Princ. Sem. 1833-34; a.p. Fifth Presb. ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1836; 
ord. Dracut, Mass. Aug. 29, 1837; p. Thirteenth Presb. ch. Phila- 
delphia 1837-38; gen. agt Pa. Bible Soc. 1838-45; p. Ridley and 
Middletown 1845-66; Media 1866-71; Wayne 1871-76; w.c. 
Media from 1877; author of works on Baptism; d. Apr. 17, 1881. 
M.D. Univ. Pa. 1838; D.D. Hampden-Sidney 1867, Univ. Pa. 1868. 

Henry Edwin Eastman b. Granby, Mass. Feb. 28, 1807; Amh. 1830; 
ord. Dec. 9, 1835; p. Brookline, N.H. 1835-38; Tolland, Mass. 
1838-41; Wilna, NY. 1841-42; Morristown 1842^6; Farming- 
ton, Mich. 1846-49; (Presb.) Somerset from 1849; d. Oct. 15* 
1853. 

John Erskine Edwards b. Hartford, Ct. July 4, 1809; Yale 1828; 
ord. Apr. 6, 1840; p. Second ch. Stonington, Ct. 1840-43; w.c. 
Lancaster, Mass. 1843-62; p. Blackstone 1862-72; w.c. Brookline 
from 1872; d. Apr. 3, 1873. 

Benjamin Ela b. Hartford, Vt. Aug. 4, 1809; Dart. 1831; res. lie. 
1836; ord. May 29, 1841; p. Billerica, Mass. 1841^2; ed. Merry's 
Museum, Parley's Magazine and Mothers' Magazine N.Y. City 
1843-55; farmer Merrimack, N.H. from 1855; representative; 
town clerk; d. Apr. 30, 1881. 

Edward Brown Emerson b. Salem, Mass. Feb. 10, 1812; Dart. 1832; 
h.m. Me. 1835-36; (Presb.) Stony Creek, Mich. 1836-37; ord. 
Sept. 13, 1838; p. Northville 1837-38; Brownstown 1838-40; 
(Cong.) South Canaan, Ct. 1841-43; h.m. Western Pa. 1843-45; 
p. North Norwich, Vt. 1846-53; West Randolph 1853-54; Heath, 
Mass. 1855-57; Monroe, Ct. 1858-61; teacher family sch. for 
boys, Stratford 1862-77 and res. there after; d. Jan. 17, 1888. 
Son of Dr. Brown Emerson, trustee. 

Joseph Emerson b. Dartmouth, Mass. Sept. 4, 1808; Dart. 1826-28; 
Yale 1830; ord. Francestown, N.H. Oct. 12, 1836; agt Amer. 
Educ. Soc. 1836-49; agt Western Coll. Soc. 1849-53; p. Second. 
Cong. ch. Rockford, 111. 1853-59; dist. sec. Amer. and For. Chr. 
Union 1859-71 and of A.B.C.F.M. for work in papal lands 1871- 
75; res. Andover, Mass. from 1859; d. July 21, 1885. 

Luther Emerson b. Beverly, Mass. Nov. 29, 1810; PA.; Amh. 1831; 
teacher Wethersfield, Ct. 1835-36; h.m. Mass. and Ct. 1836-37; 
teacher and preacher Amherst Co. Va. 1837-43; ord. by Lexing- 
ton Presb 'y 1843; p. Pisgah and Goshen 1843-52; Middlebrook 
from 1852; d. Feb. 9, 1867. 



ALUMNI 1835 145 

Bela Fancher b. Verona, N.Y. June 11, 1807; Ham. 1827-28; Midd. 
1831; ord. by Miami (0.) Presb 'y Oct. 1836; p. Troy 1836-42; 
North Bergen, N.Y. 1842-48; Oakfield 1848-52, also prin. Cary 
Collegiate Sem. ; p. Barre Centre 1852-55; res. Homer from 1855, 
p. 1855-64, also prin. acad. 1855-58; p. Concord 1866-69; co. 
supt of schools 1869-72; p. Eckford 1873-86; d. Homer Nov. 29, 
1899. 

Jarvis Gregg b. Londonderry, N.H. Aug. 10, 1808; Dart. 1828; ord. 
(Presb.) Franklin, 0. Apr. 6, 1836; prof. Math. West. Res. 1835- 
36, prof. Homiletics and Past'l Theol. 1836; d. Hudson June 28, 
1836. 

Seth Hardy b. East Bradford (now Groveland), Mass. Oct. 19, 1804; 
Amh. 1832; h.m. Me. 1835-37; ord. July 12, 1837; p. Vassalboro, 
Me. 1837-39; h.m. Pinckney, Mich. 1840-43; p. (Presb.) Owosso 
1843-47; Byron and (Cong.) Shiawasse 1847-50; (Presb.) Corn- 
stock 1850-51; (Cong.) Vermontville 1851-54; (Presb.) Spring- 
port 1854-56; w.c. Ypsilanti from 1856; d. Apr. 26, 1884. 

Ephraim Scudder High from Westfield, N.J. ; Union 1832; res. lie. 
1838; h.m. N.E. and N.Y.; N.J. 1842 and 1845; 111. 1848-49; ord. 
1849; p. (Presb.) Osceola 1849-53; Arispe 1854-55; h.m. and p. 
Tonica 1856-69; Streator from 1870; d. June 6, 1871. 

George Cleveland Hyde b. N.Y. City Aug. 1, 1812; Midd. 1831; 
Auburn Sem. 1833-34; ord. July 14, 1836; p. Readfield, Me. 
1836-38; Bloomsburg, N.J.; teacher Ovid, N.Y. 1842-^3; p. 
(Presb.) Castleton; teacher Elmira; p. Onondaga 1851; h.m. N.Y. 
1851-55; p. Atchafalaya, La. 1855-65 and w.c. 1868-69; Baton 
Rouge 1866-67; Lake Charles from 1870; d. English Bayou 
June 3, 1883. 

William Chamberlain Jackson b. Eaton (now Madison), N.H. Feb. 
17, 1808; Dart. 1831; ord. Lancaster Oct. 14, 1835; miss'y A.B. 
C.F.M. Trebizond and Erzroom, Turkey 1835^5; p. Lincoln, 
Mass. 1848-58; Dunstable 1858-67; w.c. South Acton 1868-70; 
p. Brentwood, N.H. 1870-81 and w.c. 1881-91; Newton, Mass. 
from 1891; d. Oct. 17, 1895. 

Abram Kaufman from Carlisle, Pa.; Dickinson Coll. Pa.; res. lie. 
1836; ord. (Epis.) deacon July 12, 1835; priest Oct. 7, 1837; 
asst min. St. Philip's ch. Charleston, S.C. from 1837; d. Aug. 29, 
1839. 

John Keep b. Monson, Mass. May 23, 1809; Amh. 1829; ord. Sept. 
30, 1835; p. Pelham, N.H. 1835^1; Dana, Mass. 1844-61; Bristol, 
Wis. 1861-68; Sheboygan Falls 1868-70; Stockbridge from 1870; 
d. Apr. 24, 1874. 

Daniel Ladd b. Unity, N.H. Jan. 22, 1804; Midd. 1832; ord. Essex, 
N.Y. June 12, 1836; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Cyprus 1836^1; Broosa, 



146 ALUMNI 1835 

Turkey 1841-50; Smyrna 1850-65; Constantinople 1865-67; p. 
East Burke, Vt. 1869-70; w.e. Middlebury from 1870; d. Oct. 10, 
1872. 

James Woods McLane b. Charlotte, N.C. May 22, 1801; P.A.; Amh. 
1825-26; Yale 1829; teacher RA. 1832-36; ord. Nov. 4, 1836; 
p. Madison St. Presb. ch. N.Y. City 1836-44; First Presb. ch. 
Williamsburg, N.Y. 1844-63 and w.c. from 1863; director Union 
Sem.; d. Feb. 26, 1864. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1852. 

Nathan Munroe b. Minot (now Auburn), Me. Mar. 16, 1804; Bowd. 
1830; teacher P. A. 1832-33; res. lie. 1836; ord. Feb. 10, 1836; 
p. Bradford, Mass. 1836-53; sec. Amer. S.S. Union for N.E. 1853- 
58; ed. Boston Recorder 1858-63; res. Bradford from 1853; d. 
July 8, 1866. 

Benjamin Ball Newton b. St. Albans, Vt. July 29, 1808; Univ. Vt. 
1831; Yale Sem. 1833-34; ord. July 27, 1836; p. Plattsburg, N.Y. 
1836-39; h.m. Pa. 1839-41; p. Chelsea, Vt. 1841-^6; teaching 
and in business St. Albans 1846-65; ord. (Epis.) deacon Jan. 11, 
1867; asst min. ch. of Holy Trinity Brooklyn, N.Y. from 1867; 
d. Jan. 17, 1875. 

Christopher Mardenborough Nickels b. Pemaquid, Me. Jan. 18, 
1805; Brown 1830 and tutor 1832-33; ord. Sept. 29, 1835; p. 
Gloucester, Mass. 1835^8; seamen's chap. La.; p. Barre, Mass. 
1851-56; Central Presb. ch. Newark, N.J. 1856-64 and w.c. 1864- 
66; Morristown 1867-70; in Europe 1871-73; Princeton, N.J. 
1875-76; New London, Ct. from 1877; d. July 10, 1878. D.D. 
Brown 1858. 

Jesse Page b. Atkinson, N.H. Feb. 23, 1805; Dart. 1831; ord. Sept. 9, 
1835; p. North Andover, Mass. 1835-43; Atkinson, N.H. 1845-69 
and w.c. from 1870; d. Mar. 2, 1883. 

Calvin Emmons Park b. Providence, R.I. Dec. 30, 1811; Brown 
1824-25; Amh. 1831 and tutor 1835-37; ord. Oct. 31, 1838; p. 
Waterville, Me. 1838-44, also acting prof. Rhet. Waterville Coll. 
(now Colby Univ.) 1839^3; p. North Andover, Mass. 1844-45; 
West Boxford 1846-59 and w.c. from 1859; teacher home school 
for boys 1859-81; d. Mar. 4, 1895. 

Francis Vergnies Pike b. Newburyport, Mass. Jan. 2, 1813; P. A.; 
Yale 1831; Yale Sem.; res. lie. And. Sem. 1838; ord. Feb. 20, 
1839; p. Rochester, N.H. 1839^11; w.c. Newburyport, Mass. from 
1841; d. Sept. 4, 1843. 

Tobias Pinkham b. Freeport, Me. Apr. 25, 1801; a.p. Parsonsfield 
1835-36; res. lie. 1836; ord. May 18, 1836; p. Dracut, Mass. 
1836-39; ord. (Bapt.) Sept. 24, 1840; d. Tioga, Pa. Aug. 17, 1843. 

Samuel Prince Robbins b. Marietta, O. Aug. 25, 1811; Ohio Univ. 
1830; ord. Marietta May 8, 1836; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Borneo 
1836-38; Siam 1838-40; h.m. Waldo Co. Me. 1842; Naples and 
Raymond 1844; w.c. Marietta, O.; d. July 6, 1846. 



ALUMNI 1835 147 

Ezekiel Russell b. Wilbraham (now Hampden), Mass. Mar. 12, 1805; 
Amh. 1829 and tutor 1831-32; ord. June 22, 1836; p. North 
Adams 1836-39; Olivet ch. Springfield 1839-49; East Randolph 
(now Holbrook) 1850-57, Winthrop ch. 1857-72 and w.c. 1872- 
87; Lynn from 1887; d. Feb. 26, 1896. D.D. Amh. 1858. 

Albert Smith b. Milton, Vt. Feb. 15, 1804; Midd. 1831; Yale Sem.; 
ord. Feb. 11, 1836; p. Williamstown, Mass. 1836-38; prof. Lang, 
and Belles Lettres Marshall Coll. Pa. 1839^10; prof. Rhet. and 
Eng. Lit. Midd. 1840-45; p. Vernon, Ct. 1845-54; Peru, 111. 1854- 
55; Duquoin 1855; (Presb.) Monticello from 1855; d. Apr. 24, 
1863. D.D. Shurtleff Coll. 111. 1860. 

Horatio Southgate b. Portland, Me. July 5, 1812; Bowd. 1832; ord. 
(Epis.) deacon July 12, 1835; priest Oct. 3, 1839; miss'y explor- 
ing tour Turkey and Persia 1836-38; miss'y Constantinople 
1840-44; consecrated miss'y bishop Philadelphia, Pa. Oct. 26, 
1844; bishop Turkish dominions 1844-49; r. St. Luke's ch. Port- 
land, Me. 1851-52; ch. of the Advent, Boston 1852-58; Zion ch. 
N.Y. City 1859-72; St. Thomas's ch. Ravenswood 1882; Astoria 
from 1885; d. Apr. 12, 1894. D.D. Columb. 1845, Trinity 1846. 

James Leonard Thompson b. Montville, Ct. May 27, 1800; Union 
1832; ord. Nov. 18, 1835; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Cyprus 1835-41; 
res. N.Y. City 1852; Astoria; d. Dec. 12, 1877. 

•Selah Burr Treat b. Hartland, Ct. Feb. 19, 1804; Yale 1824; Litch- 
field Law Sch.; lawyer East Windsor 1826-31; Penn Yan, N.Y. 
1831-33; res. lie. 1836; ord. Mar. 23, 1836; p. Third Presb. ch. 
Newark, N.J. 1836-40; ed. Bib. Repository and Amer. Eclectic 
N.Y. City 1840-42; rec. sec. A.B.C.F.M. 1843^7; ed. of miss'y 
publications 1843-56; home sec. from 1847; visitor And. Sem.; 
d. Boston Mar. 28, 1877. 

John Calvin Webster b. Hampton, N.H. Jan. 19, 1810; Dart. 1832; 
a.p. Wells, Vassalboro, South Berwick, Me. 1835-37; ord. New- 
buryport, Mass. Mar. 15, 1837; seamen's chap. Cronstadt, Russia 
1837-38; p. Hopkinton, Mass. 1838-64; prof. Rhet., Logic and 
Belles Lettres Wheaton Coll. 111. 1864-76; p. Lisbon 1878-82; 
res. Wheaton 1876-78 and from 1882; d. Aug. 12, 1884. D.D. 
Dart. 1882. 

Jacob White b. East Bridgewater, Mass. Nov. 20, 1806; Brown 
1832; ord. Jan. 13, 1836; p. Lyndeboro, N.H. 1835-40; Orleans, 
Mass. 1841-61 and w.c. 1861-65; Bridgewater from 1865; d. 
Lyndeboro, N.H. Apr. 3, 1866. 

NON-GRADUATES 

John Baker (1831-32, 1833-35) b. Edgecomb, Me. May 30, 1811; 
Bowd. 1831; preceptor North Yarmouth Acad. 1832-33; Bangor 
Sem. 1835; ord. Sept. 16, 1835; p. Monson 1835-39; South ch. 



148 ALUMNI 1835 

Kennebunkport 1839-45 and First ch. 1849-56; Eliot 1846-49; 
Wilton from 1856; d. Eldgecomb Oct. 27, 1859. 

Samuel Beman (1832-33) b. Bridgeton, Me. Feb. 12, 1808; Bowd. 
1832; teacher; a.p. Second Presb. ch. Lockport, N.Y. ; in custom 
house and in business N.Y. City; in scientific pursuits from 1870; 
d. July 9, 1877. 

Zenas Bliss (1832-34) b. Randolph, Vt. Nov. 24, 1808; Univ. Vt. 
1831; assoc. prin. acad. Fredonia, N.Y. 183^-35; ord. (Presb.) 
Sheridan Oct. 28, 1835; p. Fredonia 1835-37; Quechee, Vt. 1837- 
39; in Va. 1839-40; p. Jericho Centre, Vt. 1840-42; Winooski 
1843-44; teaching and preaching in Ala. 18 14 1 8; p. Richmond, 
Vt. 1848-54; w.c. Amherst, Mass. from 1854; d. Dec. 9, 1865. 

Jonathan Brace (1832-33) b. Hartford, Ct. June 12, 1810; Yale 
1827-28; Amh. 1831; Yale Sem. 1833-34; Princ. Sem. 1834-35; 
ord. June 12, 1838; p. Litchfield, Ct. 1838-44; Milford 1845-63; 
res. Hartford from 1863; ed. Relig. Herald Hartford 1857-77; 
d. Oct. 1, 1877. D.D. Amh. 1858. 

Thomas Bronson (1832-33) b. Waterbury, Ct. June 4, 1808; Yale 
1829; Yale Sem. 1835; teacher Smithfield, Va. 1843-47; Quincy, 
111. from 1847; d. Waterbury, Ct. Apr. 20, 1851. 

Joseph Warren Cross (1832-34) b. East Bridgewater, Mass. June 16, 
1808; Harv. 1828; Harv. Div. Sch. 1828-29; prin. acad. Orleans 
1829; Chatham 1829-31; ord. Oct. 1, 1834; p. Boxboro 1834-39; 
West Boylston 1840-59; Waukegan, 111. 1859; Sterling, Mass. 
1860; Sag Harbor, N.Y. 1862; chap. Insane Asylum Worcester, 
Mass. 1872 and p. mission chapel 1874; w.c. West Boylston 1874- 
95; Lawrence 1895-98; Worcester 1898-1901; Lawrence from 
1901; d. Aug. 18, 1906. 

Gideon Dana (1832-33) b. Oxford, Mass. Sept. 11, 1805; Brown 
1830; Princ. Sem. 1833-34; Bangor Sem. 1836; a.p. North Fal- 
mouth, Mass. 1836-37 ; ord. Jan. 3, 1838 ; p. South Amherst 1838- 
40; West Springfield (now Holyoke) 1841^4; Harmar, O. 1845- 
50; agt Western Seamen's Friend Soc. 1850; p. Second Presb. 
ch. Delaware 1851-52; Strongsville 1852-55; dist. sec. Amer. and 
For. Chr. Union 1855-58, res. Oberlin; p. Bucyrus 1859-61; North 
Ridgeville 1862; Wauseon 1863-65; Rochester 1867-68; West 
Farmington 1869-70; res. Oberlin from 1867; d. May 9, 1872. 

Henry Eddy (1832-33) b. New Britain, Ct. Oct. 1, 1805; Yale 1832; 
Yale Sem. 183^-36; ord. Feb. 16, 1836; p. Granville, Mass. 1836- 
39; Stoughton 1840-44; h.m. Turner, Me. 1844-46; p. Kennebunk- 
port 1846-48; North Guilford, Ct. 1849-51; physician and in 
business North Bridgewater (now Brockton), Mass. from 1851; 
d. Sept. 23, 1872. M.D. Yale 1851. 

John Fairchild (1832-34) b. Georgia, Vt. Aug. 21, 1804; Univ. Vt. 
1831; instructor Teachers' Sem. PA. 1832-33; Union Sem. Va. 



ALUMNI 1835 149 

1834-35; h.m. Bedford Co. Va. 1835-36; supt Ladies' Sem. Buck- 
ingham Co. 1836-40; ord. (Presb.) June 19, 1841; p. Newtown 
Ind. 1841-51, also Rob Roy 1841-44; h.m. Ind. 1851-53; p. 
Franklin 1853-56; Wabash 1856-63; h.m. and p. Marinette, Wis. 
1863-71 and res. there after; h.m. Upper Peninsula from 1871; 
trustee Wabash; d. Apr. 24, 1885. 

William Henry Hoyt (1832-33) b. Sandwich, N.H. Jan. 8, 1813; 
Dart. 1831; Gen. Theol. Sem. 1836; ord. (Epis.) deacon July 31, 
1836; priest Sept. 1837; r. St. Luke's ch. St. Albans, Vt. 1838- 
46; stud, and practiced law, St. Albans 1846-59; Burlington 
1859-61 and ed. Burlington Sentinel 1861-68; asst ed. Catholic 
World N.Y. City; merchant; stud. Diocesan Sem. Seton Hall Coll. 
N.J. 1875-77; ord. (Rom. Cath.) priest May 26, 1877; asst p. 
St. Michael's ch. N.Y. City 1877-81, St. Anne's ch. and chap. 
House of Holy Family from 1881; d. Dec. 11, 1883. 

Cortland Lucas Latimer (1832-33) b. Waterford, Ct. Feb. 8, 1810; 
Yale 1828-30; lawyer Norwalk, 0. 1834-63; Cleveland from 1863; 
d. May 28, 1885. 

John Nevin Lewis (1832-33) b. Northumberland, N.Y. Feb. 23, 
1809; Union 1832; Princ. Sem. 1833-35; ord. (Presb.) Oneida, 
N.Y. Feb. 9, 1837; p. Fairfield 1835-39; Truxton 1839-43; Lisle 
1843-51; Lodi and Lowville, Wis. 1851-57; Lodi 1863-64; d. 
Apr. 7, 1879. 

Harmon Loomis (1832-34) b. Georgia, Vt. Oct. 26, 1805; Univ. Vt. 
1832; Princ. Sem. 1834-35; a.p. Union Presb. ch. N.Y. City 1835- 
36; ord. (Cong.) Vergennes, Vt. Aug. 31, 1836; chap. Amer. Sea- 
men's Friend Soc. N.Y. City 1836^0; p. (Presb.) Williamsport, 
Pa. 1840-41; Mt. Joy 1841^5; cor. sec. Amer. Seamen's Friend 
Soc. N.Y. City 1845-71; d. Brooklyn Jan. 19, 1880. D.D. Knox 
1866. 

James Miller McKim (1832-33) b. Carlisle, Pa. Nov. 14, 1810; 
Dickinson 1828; stud. med. Univ. Pa.; Princ. Sem. 1831-32; 
ord. (Presb.) Wilmington, Del. Oct. 1835; p. Womelsdorf, Pa. 
1835-36; agt Amer. Anti-slavery Soc. 1836-40; agt and sec. Pa. 
Anti-slavery Soc. Philadelphia 1840-63; sec. Freedmen's Relief 
Assoc. 1863-65; sec. Freedmen's Com. 1865-69; prop'r N.Y. 
Nation; res. Orange, N.J. ; d. June 17, 1874. 

Aurelian Hulburd Post (1832-33) b. Cornwall, Vt. Feb. 9, 1808; 
Midd. 1832; teacher Medford, Mass.; Natchez, Miss.; d. Logans- 
port, Ind. Oct. 5, 1834. 

Truman Marcellus Post (1832-33) b. Middlebury, Vt. June 3, 1810; 
Midd. 1829 and tutor 1830-32; tutor 111. Coll. 1833-34, prof. 
Lang, and Hist. 1834-48 ; ord. Oct. 8, 1840 ; p. Jacksonville 1841- 
48; Third Presb. ch. St. Louis, Mo. 1848-51, First Cong. ch. 1851- 
82 and emer.; Southworth lecturer on Congregationalism And. 
Sem. 1873-76; d. Dec. 25, 1886. D.D. Midd. 1855. 



150 ALUMNI 1835 

Lewis Sabin (1832-33) b. Wilbraham, Mass. Apr. 9, 1807; Amh. 
1831; prin. Hopkins Acad. Hadley 1831-32 and 1833-35; ord. 
Hadley June 8, 1836; h.m. Stanstead, Can. 1836-37; p. Temple- 
ton, Mass. 1837-72 and w.c. from 1872: d. June 8, 1873. D.D. 
Amh. 1857. 

Alexander Joseph Sessions (1832-34) b. Western (now Warren), 
Mass. Aug. 13, 1809; Yale 1831; Yale Sem. 1835; ord. June 6, 
1838; p. Crombie St. ch. Salem, Mass. 1838-49; w.c. Boston 1849- 
54; p. Melrose 1854-58; w.c. Salem 1858-63; p. North Scituate 
1863-69 ; w.c. Brookline 1869-72 ; res. Beverly from 1872, p. North 
Beverly 1873-75; d. Jan. 16, 1892. 

Joseph Sherman (1832-34) b. Edgecomb, Me. Mar. 3, 1800; Bowd. 
1826; prin. North Yarmouth Acad. 1826-32; ord. Apr. 1837; prof. 
Anc. Lang. Jackson Coll. Tenn. from 1837, pres. 1843-46; d. by 
accident, Nashville June 26, 1849. LL.D. Univ. Nashville. 

Jonathan French Stearns (1832-33) b. Bedford, Mass. Sept. 4, 
1808; P.A.; Harv. 1830; ord. Sept. 16, 1835; p. First Presb. ch. 
Newburyport 1835-^9 ; First Presb. ch. Newark, N.J. 1849-82 and 
emer. ; res. New Brunswick from 1884; director Union Sem. and 
German Theol. Sch. N.J.; d. Nov. 11, 1889. D.D. N.J. Coll. 1850. 
Son of Rev. Samuel Stearns, divinity student, page 29. 

John Orville Taylor (1832-33) b. Charlton, N.Y. May 14, 1807; 
Union 1830; Princ. Sem. in 1830; teacher Philadelphia, Pa. 1830- 
32; res. N.Y. City 1833-80; advocate of educational reform; ed. 
Com. Sch. Assistant 1836-40; lecturer on Popular Education to 
teachers ' training class N.Y. Univ. 1837; res. New Brunswick, 
N.J. from 1882; journalist; d. Jan. 19, 1890. 

John Spencer Wallis (1832-33) b. (South) Danvers (now Peabody), 
Mass. Feb. 5, 1811; Yale 1832; teacher Fryeburg and Augusta, 
Me.; Milford, Pa.; Cambridge, Md.; in business Ct. 1846-54; 
farmer Bolton, Mass. 1855-67; Topsfield 1867-70; Bolton from 
1870; town officer; representative from Bolton; d. June 6, 1887 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Henry Ballantine Class of 1834. 

Story Hebard Class of 1834. 

Samuel Storrs Howe Class of 1834. 

William Reed Jewett Abbot Resident. Class of 1834. 

Leonidas Lowen Smith b. Chesterfield, Va. Feb. 1, 1812; Hampden- 
Sidney 1829; Union Sem. Va. 1830-31; Princ. Sem. 1831-32; 
Yale Sem. 1833-34; ord. (Epis.) deacon 1843; priest 1845; r. 
Emmanuel ch. Warrenton, N.C. 1853-57; Christ ch. Nashville, 
Tenn. 1857-61; teacher Baltimore, Md. from 1861; d. Nov. 1, 1865. 



ALUMNI 1836 151 

Samuel Budd Swain b. Pemberton, N. J. June 22, 1809; Brown 1830; 
Newton Sem. 1833; ord. (Bapt.) Haverhill, Mass. Nov. 7, 1833; 
prof. Mor. Phil, and Theol. Granville Lit. and Theol. Inst'n, 0. 
1835-36; preacher N.E. and N.Y. 1838; p. First Bapt. ch. Worces- 
ter, Mass. 1838-54; West Cambridge 1854-62; sec. Amer. Bapt. 
H.M. Soc. for N.E. 1862; trustee Brown; d. Cambridge Feb. 3, 
1865. D.D. Brown 1857. 

Isaac Redington Worcester b. Peacham, Vt. Oct. 30, 1808; physi- 
cian Leicester, Mass. 1832-34; ord. Sept. 27, 1837; p. Littleton, 
N.H. 1837-42; sec. Vt. Dom. Miss'y Soc 1842-46, res. Mont- 
pelier; dist. sec. A.B.C.F.M. for Mass. 1846-59; ed. Missionary 
Herald 185&-78; res. Auburndale from 1849; d. Oct. 23, 1892. 
M.D. Dart. 1832. 

1836 

GRADUATES 

Sereno Timothy Abbott b. Andover, Mass. Aug. 17, 1805; P.A.; 
Amh. 1833; instructor Teachers' Sem. PA. 1833-36; ord. July 12, 
1837; p. Seabrook, N.H. from 1837; d. Mar. 28, 1855. 

Nathaniel Beach b. Mendham, N.J. Oct. 5, 1809; Wms. 1832; ord. 
Nov. 22, 1837; p. First ch. Millbury 1837-57; Little Compton, 
R.I. 1857-67; Woodstock, Ct. 1868-78; Second ch. Mansfield 
1878-84; w.c. Chaplin 1884-89; Norwichtown from 1889; d. 
Nov. 3, 1895. 

Pomeroy Belden b. Whately, Mass. Mar. 15, 18U; Amh. 1833; ord. 
Warwick Aug. 8, 1837; p. Deerfield 1837^2; Second ch. Amherst 
from 1842; d. Mar. 2, 1849. 

Levi Brigham b. Marlboro (now Hudson), Mass. Oct. 14, 1806; 
Wms. 1833; ord. Mar. 15, 1837; p. Dunstable 1837-49; Saugus 
1849-68; Troy, N.H. 1868-76; First ch. Winchendon, Mass. 
1877-79; res. Marlboro from 1877; d. Dec. 26, 1885. 

Robert Carver b. Taunton, Mass. Apr. 22, 1810; Yale 1833; h.m. 
Can. and Vt. 1836-37; ord. Nov. 21, 1838; p. Berlin, Mass. 
1837-42; Pittston, Me. 1844; Lancaster, Wis. 1844-45; Cut- 
chogue, N.Y. 1845-47; Raynham, Mass. 1847-57; South Franklin 
1859-61; chap. 7th Mass. Vols. 1861-62; res. Orient, N.Y. from 
1862; d. Feb. 25, 1863. 

Lucius Root Eastman b. Hadley, Mass. Sept. 15, 1809; Amh. 1833; 
res. lie. 1837; ord. Nov. 15, 1837; p. Sharon 1837-40; Berkley 
1840-41, 1846-48 and Second ch. 1848-56; Provincetown 1842- 
44; Pilgrim ch. Boston 1845^6; Needham 1857-59; Port Norfolk, 
Dorchester (now Neponset) 1859; Troy, N.H. 1860; Hyde Park, 
Mass. 1860-62; independent evang. among poor, Boston; d. 
Framingham Mar. 29, 1892. 



152 ALUMNI 1836 

James Bryant Hadley b. Goffstown, N.H. Jan. 8, 1805; P.A.; Amh. 
1833; ord. Sept. 20, 1837; p. Union ch. Amesbury and Salisbury, 
Mass. 1837-48; Bible agt Essex Co. 1849-50; p. Standish, Me. 
1851-58; Campton, N.H. 1858-63; Wentworth 1863-64; w.c. 
Campton from 1864; d. Aug. 10, 1890. 

Eli Whitney Harrington b. New Braintree, Mass. Nov. 28, 1804; 
Amh. 1833; ord. Apr. 26, 1837; p. Lunenburg 1837-47; Mason 
Centre, N.H. 1847-50; Rochester, Mass. 1850-58; North Beverly 
1859-66 and w.c. 1866-84; Pepperell from 1884; d. Feb. 23, 1895. 

Daniel Mansfield b. Lynnfield, Mass. Aug. 8,1807; P.A.; Amh. 1833; 
ord. July 26, 1837; p. Wenham from 1837; d. Apr. 8, 1847. 

Clarendon Fay Muzzy b. Dublin, N.H. Nov. 20, 1804; Midd. 1833; 
ord. Madura, India Feb. 21, 1838; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Madura 
District 1836-57; p. Ferrisburg, Vt. 1859; Brasher Falls, N.Y. 
1862-64; Waverly, Pa. 1865; Mohegan ch. Montville, Ct. 1866- 
73; w.c. Amherst, Mass. from 1874; d. Jan. 4, 1878. 

Daniel James Noyes b. Springfield, N.H. Sept. 17, 1812; Dart. 
1832; teacher P.A. 1834-35; tutor Dart. 1836-37; ord. May 3, 
1837; p. South ch. Concord, N.H. 1837-49; Phillips prof. Div. 
Dart. 1849-69, prof. Intell. Phil, and Polit. Econ. 1869-83 and 
emer; d. Chester, N.H. Dec. 22, 1885. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1853. 

George Waters b. Chesterfield, Mass.. May 30, 1810; Amh. 1831; 
res. lie. 1836; ord. (Epis.) deacon July 31, 1836; priest Jan. 11, 
1838; r. Christ ch. Lynn 1837-39; Trinity ch. Lenox 1840t42; 
St. John's ch. Delhi, N.Y. 1842-49; St. John's ch. Kingston 
1849-69; res. Cambridge, Mass. 1869-72; r. St. Peter's ch. Salem 
1870-72; Milton Lower Mills 1872-73; Olivet ch. Marlboro, N.Y. 
1876; res. Kingston 1878-81; N.Y. City from 1882; d. Orange, 
N.J. June 22, 1886. D.D. Columb. 1865. 

Reed Wilkinson b. Townshend, Vt. Dec. 8, 1804; Amh. 1830; res. 
lie. 1836; prin. acad. Vincennes, Ind. 1836-38; prin. high sch. 
St. Louis, Mo. 1838-42; ord. by Vincennes (Ind.) Presb'y 
Nov. 10, 1842; h.m. Mo^ 1842-43; p. Reading and Sharon, O. 
1843^6; Pomeroy 1846-56, also teacher 1852-54; p. (Cong.) 
Fairfield, Io. 1856-63; prin. State Inst'n for Blind, Vinton 
1864-66; p. Toledo 1867-70; res. Fairfield from 1870; d. South 
Londonderry, Vt. Aug. 24, 1879. 

NON-GRADUATES 

James Adger (1834) b. Charleston, S.C. Aug. 22, 1812; Charleston 
Coll. S.C. 1831; Princ. Sem. 1831-34; in business Philadelphia, 
Pa.; d. Clifton Heights June 28, 1882. 

Frederick Augustus Barton (1833-34) b. Chester, Vt. Jan. 24, 1809; 
Dart. 1831; teacher P.A. 1832-38; ord. Nov. 6, 1839; p. Collins- 



ALUMNI 1836 153 

ville, Ct. 1838-^43; Third ch. Springfield (Chicopee Falls), Mass. 
1843-16 and Indian Orchard 1858-61; chap. 10th Mass. Vols. 
1861-62; in business Nashua, N.H. 1862-68; res. East Boston, 
Mass. 1868-71; Newtonville from 1871; d. Feb. 23, 1881. 

Amos Brown (1832-33, 1834-35) b. Kensington, N.H. Mar. 11, 
1804; Dart. 1832; prin. Fryeburg (Me.) Acad. 1833-34; prin. 
Gorham Acad. 1835-47; ord. Apr. 11, 1848; p. Machias 1848-51; 
prin. Seneca Collegiate Inst. Ovid, N.Y. 1852-57; pres. People's 
Coll. Havana 1857-64 and res. there after; d. Aug. 27, 1874. 
LL.D. Hobart 1858. 

Mahlon Pomroy Chapman (1833-35) b. Southampton, Mass. June 
16, 1807; Amh. 1832; d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, 
Sept. 1, 1835. 

Kendall Flint (1832-35) b. (South) Dan vers (now Peabody), Mass. 
Feb. 4, 1807; Amh. 1831; physician Haverhill 1840-70; U.S. 
examining surgeon during Civil War; d. Sept. 29, 1892. M.D. 
Harv. 1839. 

Alfred Goldsmith (1833-35) b. Hallowell, Me. Dec. 14, 1809; Bowd. 
1833; stud, under Drs. Beaman and Kirk "Troy (N.Y.) Theol. 
Sem." 1835-36; res. lie. And. Sem. 1837; ord. Sept. 12, 1837; 
p. Great Falls, N.H. 1837-38; Little Compton, R.I. 1839-44; 
Princeton, Mass. 1845-49; w.c. Groton 1849-51, 1855-57 and 
1858-66; p. Walpole, N.H. 1851-53 and 1854-55; South Abington 
(now Whitman), Mass. 1853-54; Peterboro, N.H. 1857-58; 
Lunenburg, Mass. 1866-68; West Avon, Ct. 1868-77; Hampton 
1878-81; w.c. Farmington 1882-84; Newton Centre, Mass. from 
1884; d. Mar. 1, 1887. 

Frederick Jordan Goodwin (1834-35) b. South Berwick, Me. Apr. 
30, 1812; Bowd. 1832; Bangor Sem. 1833-34; Gen. Theol. Sem. 
1836; ord. (Epis.) deacon July 3, 1836; priest July 2, 1837; prof. 
Lang. Bristol Coll. Pa. 1836-37; acting prof. Latin N.Y. Univ. 
1837; r. St. George's ch. Flushing, N.Y. 1837-44; ch. of Holy 
Trinity Middletown, Ct. 1845-72, also prof. Evid. of Christianity 
Berkeley Div. Sch. from 1854; d. Feb. 29, 1872. D.D. Trinity 
1854. 

Jeremiah Jay Greenough (1833-34) b. Bradford, Mass. Nov. 18, 
1807; Dart. 1828; Union Sem. 1836-37; teacher N.Y. City 1839- 
60; d. Great Barrington, Mass. July 18, 1860. 

Solomon Boltwood Ingram (1833-35) b. Amherst, Mass. Apr. 1, 
1807; Amh. 1831 and tutor 1835-36; ord. Dec. 28, 1836; p. Sun- 
derland from 1836; d. June 2, 1840. 

Mark Ives (1833-35) b. Goshen, Ct. Feb. 10, 1809; Union 1833; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1836; ord. Sharon, Ct. Sept. 28, 1836; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Hawaiian Islands 1836-51; res. Cornwall, Ct. from 
1851; d. Danbury Mar. 21, 1885. 



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Samuel Lamson (1834-35) b. Salem, Mass. June 6, 1807; Brown 
1828; prin. Abbot Acad. Andover, Mass. 1832-35; Yale Sem. 
1835-36; ord. Sept. 20, 1837; p. Brighton, Mass. 1837-41; Tewks- 
bury 1844-46 and 1849-51; Nashua, N.H. 1846-48; res. N.Y. City; 
d. Jersey City, N.J. Jan. 24, 1864. 

Walter Raleigh Long (1833-34) b. Cambridge, N.Y. Jan. 16, 1811; 
Union 1832; Princ. Sem. 1834-36; res. lie. Yale Sem. 1836-37; 
a.p. Woodbridge, Ct. 1837-39; ord. (Presb.) Lansingburg, N.Y. 
Aug. 28, 1839; p. West Troy 1841-42; Fourth Presb. ch. Troy 
1842-44; Whitesboro 184^-50; Pine St. ch. St. Louis, Mo. 1851- 
52; (Cong.) Mystic Bridge, Ct. 1853-63; Montville 1863-65; agt 
Amer. Freedmen's Union Com. 1865-68, Presb. Committee on 
Freedmen 1868-70; agt Amer. Bible Soc. 1870-75 and dist. supt 
for W. Va., res. Wheeling 1876-86; res. Richmond Hill, N.Y. 
from 1888; d. N.Y. City Jan. 5, 1895. 

John Milton Mackie (1833-34) b. Wareham, Mass. Dec. 19, 1813; 
PA. ; Brown 1832 and tutor 1834-35 ; stud. Heidelberg and Leip- 
sic universities; lit. work, res. N.Y. City; Great Barrington, 
Mass. from 1859; d. July 27, 1894. 

Charles Mason (1833-34) b. Portsmouth, N.H. July 25, 1812; Harv. 
1832; Gen. Theol. Sem. 1836; ord. (Epis.) deacon July 31, 1836; 
priest May 11, 1837; r. St. Peter's ch. Salem, Mass. 1837-47; 
Grace ch. Boston from 1847; d. Mar. 23, 1862. D.D. Harv. and 
Trinity 1858. 

Joseph Packard (1833-34) b. Wiscasset, Me. Dec. 23, 1812; PA.; 
Bowd. 1831; prof. Lang. Bristol Coll. Pa. 1834-36; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon July 17, 1836; priest Sept. 29, 1837; prof. Hebrew and 
Old Test. Va. Epis. Sem. 1836-90, prof. Eng. Bible 1890-95 
and emer., also dean 1874-95; editor of commentary on Malachi 
(Lange) ; one of Amer. revisers of Bible ; d. near Alexandria 
May 3, 1902. D.D. Kenyon 1847. 

Joseph Lewis Riggs (1833-34) b. New Providence, N.J. Mar. 19, 
1809; Amh. 1831; Princ. Sem. 1834r-36; teacher 1836-38; adv. 
class And. Sem. 1839; teacher N.J. and Ind. 1839-43; ord. (Presb.) 
Aug. 27, 1845; p. Wells, Pa. 1843-54; Millerstown; Cumberland, 
111. 1858; city miss'y Elmira, N.Y. 1860-63; d. Aug. 20, 1865. 

Theodore Sayres (1833-35) b. Ticonderoga, N.Y. Nov. 25, 1805; 
Wms. 1833; teacher Lowndesboro, Ala. 1836-39; ed. Hayneville 
1840-41; ord. by Ala. Presb 'y Oct. 1842; p. Hayneville 1841-44; 
Oak Grove 1844; teacher 1844-50; prin. Demopolis Fern. Acad, 
from 1850; d. Nov. 21, 1853. 

Samuel Salisbury Tappan (1834-35) b. Boston Sept. 2, 1809; PA.; 
Amh. 1833; ord. Nov. 11, 1835; p. Frankfort (now Winterport), 
Me. 1835-11; Bridgewater, Mass. 1842-44; Holmes ' Hole (now 
Vineyard Haven) 184£-48; Conway, N.H. 1849-52; w.c. Provi- 



ALUMNI 1837 155 

dence, R.I. 1853-72; Boston; Worcester; Philadelphia, Pa. from 
1887; d. Nov. 26, 1890. 

William Tracy (1833-34) b. Norwich, Ct. June 2, 1807; Wms. 
(1833); Princ. Sem. 1834-35; ord. Philadelphia, Pa. Apr. 12, 
1836; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Madura District, India from 1836; d. 
Tirupuvanum Nov. 28, 1877. A.M. hon. Wms. 1853 ; D.D. Western 
Univ. Pa. 1868. 

Anson Yale Tuttle (1833-35) b. Barkhamsted, Ct. June 24, 1802; 
Amh. 1833; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1836; ord. (Presb.) Dec. 2, 1840; 
p. Rootstown, 0. 1840-45; Charlestown 1845-47; Palmyra 1847- 
51; Edinburg 1852-53; Troy 1853; w.c. Edinburg from 1853; d. 
May 26, 1886. 

William Seymour Tyler (1831-32, 1834-35) b. Harford, Pa. Sept. 2, 
1810; Ham. 1827-28; Amh. 1830 and tutor 1832-34; ord. North 
Amherst, Mass. Oct. 6, 1859; prof. Latin and Greek Amh. 1836- 
47; prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. 1847-93 and emer.; editor of 
Greek classics and author; trustee Mt. Holyoke and Smith; d. 
Amherst Nov. 19, 1897. D.D. Harv. 1857; LL.D. Amh. 1871, 
Harv. 1886. 

Aaron Kinne Wright (1833-35) b. Tallmadge, 0. Feb. 9, 1810; 
West. Res. 1832; West. Res. Theol. Dept; ord. (Presb.) Jan. 11, 
1837; p. Rootstown 1836-39; Wadsworth from 1839; d. July 8, 
1842. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Ariel Parish Chute Class of 1835. 

Loammi Sewall Coburn Class of 1835. 

Benjamin Ela Class of 1835. 

Abram Kaufman Class of 1835. 

Thomas Kidder (1834-36) Class of 1834. 

Nathan Munroe Abbot Resident. Class of 1835. 

Tobias Pinkham Class of 1835. 

Daniel Ford Richardson Class of 1834. 

Daniel Smith Talcott (1834-36) Abbot Resident. Class of 1834. 

Oliver Alden Taylor (1829-36) Class of 1829. 

Selah Burr Treat Abbot Resident. Class of 1835. 



1837 

GRADUATES 

Charles Edwards Abbott b. Hallowell, Me. Dec. 24, 1811; Amh. 
1828-29; Bowd. 1832; teacher Boston 1837-43; associated with 



156 ALUMNI 1837 

his brothers Jacob Abbott, class of 1825, and Gorham D. Abbot, 
class of 1831, in young ladies' sch. N.Y. City 1843-45; prin. 
boarding sch. for boys at Norwich, Ct. 1847-57, at Pittsfield 1857- 
66 and at Hartford, Ct. from 1866; author of juvenile books; 
d. July 24, 1880. 

John Wheelock Allen b. Pittsfield, Mass. Nov. 17, 1813; Bowd. 1834; 
ord. (Presb.) Dec. 27, 1838; p. Homer, Mich. 1838-39; Trenton, 
N.J. 1839-41; (Cong.) Wayland, Mass. 1841-49; h.m. Marquette 
Co. Wis. 1850-53; p. Sheboygan Falls 1853-57; Chesterfield, 
Mass. 1859-62; chap. 174th N.Y. Vols. 1862-63; res. Woodstock, 
Ct. 1863-66; p. Brandon, Wis. 1866-68; res. Ripon 1868-71; 
North Woodstock, Ct. from 1872; d. Sept. 27, 1885. 

Stephen Thompson Allen b. Heath, Mass. Sept. 6, 1809 ; Amh. 1833 ; 
ord. Apr. 18, 1838; p. Charlemont 1838-39; Merrimack, N.H. 
1839-50; ed. Mothers' Magazine and Merry's Museum N.Y. City 
1850-56; ord. (Epis.) deacon Aug. 10, 1861; priest Sept. 14, 
1862; r. Trinity ch. Aurora, 111. 1861-65 and 1868-71; Trinity 
ch. Muscatine, Io. 1865-68; Grace ch. Galesburg, 111. 1872-77; 
St. John's ch. Chicago from 1877; d. Aurora May 13, 1878. 

John Humphrey Avery b. Boston July 22, 1807; PA.; Union 1834; 
res. lie. 1838; ord. Aug. 8, 1838; p. Harwich, Mass. 1838-39; 
Robinson ch. Plymouth 1839-40 and (Bapt.) 1840; Danvers 1841- 
43; South Boston 1843-44; w.e. Plymouth 1844-46; Freehold, 
N.J. 1846-49; New Holland, Pa. 1849-50; p. (Cong.) Austinburg, 
O. 1850-53; lecturer on Physiology in colleges and schools, res. 
Conner ut and Amboy; Cleveland from 1890; d. May 25, 1895. 

Philander Bates b. Southampton, Mass. Sept. 26, 1810; Amh. 1833; 
ord. (Presb.) Feb. 18, 1840; p. Grand Blanc, Mich. 1838-41; 
Utica 1841-44; La Peer 1844-46; (Cong.) Greenfield, N.Y. 1847- 
50; Oriskany Falls 1850-52; Virgil 1852-55; East Groton 1855- 
57; Truxton 1857-58; Moravia 1858-62; North Truro, Mass. 1863- 
66; Cornish, N.H. 1866-71; Ludlow, Vt. from 1871; d. Apr. 9, 
1873. 

Charles Cotesworth Beaman b. Boston Aug. 12, 1799; ord. June 20, 
1839; p. Houlton, Me. 1837-40, also chap. U.S.A. 1838-40; agt 
Amer. Tract Soc. 1840-41; p. North Falmouth, Mass. 1841-44; 
Edgartown 1844-46; Wellfleet 1846-51; Southboro 1852-53; 
North Scituate, R.I. 1853-57; Howard St. ch. Salem, Mass. 1857- 
64; w.c. Cambridge 1864-69; p. Westford, Ct. 1869-74; w.c. 
Boston from 1875; d. July 4, 1883. 

Hubbard Beebe b. Richmond, Mass. Sept. 1, 1808; Wms. 1833; ord. 
Nov. 18, 1837; p. Longmeadow 1837-43; prin. Westfield Acad. 
1844-48, also p. Chester Factories; South Wilbraham (now 
Hampden) 1848-52; Sturbridge 1852-55; West Haven, Ct. 1855- 
57; dist. sec. Amer. S.S. Union, Ct. 1857-60; agt Amer. Bible 



ALUMNI 1837 157 

Soc. New Haven 1861-68 and dist. sec. Amer. Seamen's Friend 
Soc. 1868-78; res. N.Y. City from 1878; d. Bethlehem, N.H. 
June 21, 1885. 

Benjamin Franklin Brown b. Goshen, Mass. May 6, 1810; Amh. 
1834; teacher N.J. ; res. Mass.; teacher and preacher Strasburg, 
Va. 1842; d. Sept. 10, 1842. 

Isaac Brown b. Hamilton, Mass. Oct. 1809 ; Amh. 1833 ; ord. Nov. 11, 
1840; p. West Gloucester from 1840; d. Hamilton Sept. 14, 1841. 

Samuel Gilman Brown b. North Yarmouth, Me. Jan. 4, 1813; Dart. 
1831; prin. Abbot Acad. Andover, Mass. 1835-38; res. lie. 1838; 
in Europe 1838-40; ord. Woodstock,'. Vt. Oct. 6, 1852; prof. Orat. 
and Belles Lettres Dart. 1840-63, prof. Intell. Phil, and Polit. 
Econ. 1863-67; pres. Ham. 1867-81; instructor Intell. and Mor. 
Phil, and Polit. Econ. Dart. 1881-83; provisional prof. Ment. and 
Mor. Phil. Bowd. 1883-85; res. Utica, N.Y. from 1881; trustee 
Auburn Sem.; d. Nov. 4, 1885. D.D. Columb. 1852; LL.D. Dart. 
1868. 

Ebenezer Burgess b. Grafton, Vt. June 26, 1805; Amh. 1831 and 
tutor 1833-35; instructor Sac. Lit. Union Sem. 1837-38; adv. 
class And. Sem. 1839; ord. Grafton, Vt. Mar. 19, 1839; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Western India 1839-54 and agt in U.S. 1854-57; p. 
Centerville, Barnstable, Mass. 1857-59; Dracut 1859-61; Lanes- 
ville, Gloucester 1861-63; South Franklin 1864-67; lecturer 
Lowell Inst. Boston 1865 and 1867; prepared text-books in 
Marathi and revised translation of Bible; d. Newton Centre 
Jan. 1, 1870. 

Calvin Butler b. Pelham, N.H. Apr. 25, 1810; P.A.; Dart. 1834; 
instructor Teachers ' Sem. P. A. 1836-37; h.m. Richmond, N.H. 
and Saccarappa, Me. 1837-38; ord. Oct. 31, 1838; p. Heath, Mass. 
1838-40; Burlington, Ct. 1840; Salisbury, Vt. 1840-41; Bristol 
1841-45; prin. Washington Acad. Salem, N.Y. 1845-48; New 
Paltz Acad. 1848-51; prin. Young Ladies' Inst. Somerville, N.J. 
1851-62 and Classical Inst. 1863-64; prin. Salisbury (Ct.) Acad. 
1864-65; p. Eastport, Me. 1866-67; res. Worcester, Mass. 1871- 
82, city miss'y 1878-80; res. Schenectady, N.Y. from 1882; d. 
June 11, 1890. 

Hiram Carleton b. Barre, Vt. July 18, 1811 ; Midd. 1833 ; ord. Jan. 4, 
1838; p. Stowe 1838-52; West Barnstable, Mass. 1852-62; Stone- 
ham 1862-63; Fairmount (now Hyde Park) 1863-65; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon Mar. 6, 1866; priest Feb. 15, 1867; r. Woods Hole 1866- 
82; res. East Sandwich from 1883; d. Aug. 9, 1893. D.D. Trinity 
1878. 

William Symmes Coggin b. Tewksbury, Mass. Nov. 27, 1812; P.A.; 
Dart. 1834; ord. May 9, 1838; p. First ch. Boxford, Mass. 1838- 
68 and res. there after; p. Byfield 1869-75; representative; d. 
Sept. 10, 1895. D.D. Dart. 1894. 



158 ALUMNI 1837 

Pliny Butts Day b. Chester Village (now Huntington), Mass. Apr. 
21, 1806; Amh. 1834; instructor Teachers' Sem. P. A. 1834-35; 
ord. Oct. 4, 1837; p. First Cong, (now Central) ch. Derry, N.H. 
1837-51; Hollis from 1852; trustee Dart.; d. July 6, 1869. D.D. 
Dart. 1865. 

Henry Luce Deane b. Charlestown, Mass. Jan. 31, 1809; ord. New- 
buryport Oct. 2, 1838; p. White Bluff, Ga. 1838-39; Mt. Zion and 
Hopewell 1840-41; (Presb.) Griffin, Forsyth and Bethesda 1841- 
45; w.c. Griffin 1845-56 and 1862-75; p. Waynesville 1856-59; 
Mt. Vernon 1859-62; w.c. Fort Reed, Fla. from 1875; d. Nov. 1, 
1885. 

Cyrus Bryant Drake b. Weybridge, Vt. Aug. 18, 1812; Midd. 1834; 
ord. Oct. 12, 1837; p. Royalton from 1837; trustee Midd.; repre- 
sentative; mem. Vt. Const. Conv.; d. Apr. 21, 1878. D.D. Midd. 
1861. 

Samuel Hopkins Emery b. Boxford, Mass. Aug. 22, 1815; P.A.; 
Amh. 1834; ord. Nov. 23, 1837; p. Spring St. (later Winslow) ch. 
Taunton 1837-40 and 1846-55; Bedford 1841-46; First Cong. ch. 
Quincy, 111. 1855-69; Richmond St. ch. Providence, R.I. 1869-71; 
Olivet ch. Bridgeport, Ct. 1872-74; North Middleboro, Mass. 
1874-76; min. at large Taunton from 1876; representative from 
Taunton; author of books on local history; d. Oct. 3, 1901. D.D. 
Amh. 1891. 

Henry Sewall Gerrish French b. Boscawen, N.H. Apr. 27, 1807; 
P.A.; Yale 1834; ord. Concord, N.H. Sept. 19, 1837; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Siam from 1838; d. Bangkok Feb. 14, 1842. 

Ozro French b. Dummerston, Vt. June 8, 1807; Wms. 1834; ord. 
Brattleboro, Vt. Nov. 7, 1838; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Western India 
1839-49; p. Bentonsport, Io. 1851-56; Knoxville 1856-63; Frank- 
lin 1863-64; Blairstown from 1864; d. Sept. 28, 1865. 

Henry Solomon Greene b. Boston Feb. 9, 1807; Amh. 1834; res. lie. 
1838; ord. Dec. 27, 1837; p. Lynnfield 1837-50; Ballard vale, 
Andover from 1850; representative from Andover; d. June 11, 
1880. 

Edward Joseph Hallock b. Richmond, Vt. Mar. 2, 1806; Midd. 1833; 
preached in Vt. and Ct. 1837-38; ord. Oct. 1844; prin. Castleton 
(Vt.) Sem. 1838-56 and res. Castleton 1856-65; St. Louis, Mo. 
from 1865; author of English grammar; d. Sept. 11, 1866. 

William Burnham Haskell b. New Gloucester, Me. Apr. 20, 1807; 
Bowd. 1834; res. Boston; d. Mar. 17, 1856. 

John Lord b. Portsmouth, N.H. Dec. 27, 1810 ; Dart. 1833 ; agt Amer. 
Peace Soc. 1837-39; a.p. New Marlboro, Mass. 1839-40; Stock- 
bridge 1840; lecturer on Hist. Great Brit., France and Ger. 1843- 
46 and in U.S. many years; Dart. 1869-76; res. Stamford, Ct.; 



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author of Beacon Lights . of History and other historical works ; 
d. Dec. 15, 1894. LL.D. N.Y. Univ. 1864. 

William Henry Lord b. Portsmouth, N.H. Sept. 10, 1812; Dart. 
1832; ord. (Unit.) Sept. 1838; p. Southboro, Mass. 1838-12; 
Milwaukee, Wis. 1845-47; atty at law; U.S. consul St. Thomas, 
W.I. 1850-53; clerk Treas'y dept Washington from 1861; 
d. June 30, 1866. 

John Wesley Merrill b. Chester, KH. May 9, 1808; Bowd. 1830-32; 
Wesl. Univ. 1834; ord. (Meth.) deacon May 11, 1834; elder Sept. 
10, 1838; pres. McKendree Coll. 111. 1837-41; p. East Boston, 
Mass., Ashburnham, South Boston, Roxbury, Lynn Common, Dor- 
chester, East Cambridge, Saxonville 1841^54; prof. Nat. and 
Hist'l Theol. and Ment. and Mor. Phil. Meth. Gen. Bib. Inst. 
Concord, N.H. 1854-68; p. Quincy, Mass. 1868-69; Southampton 
1869-70; Ludlow 1871-72; Bow, N.H. 1873-74; w.c. Concord 
from 1874; d. Feb. 9, 1900. D.D. McKendree 1844. 

Edward Wolcott Noble b. Adams, Mass. Feb. 14, 1811; Wms. 1831; 
teacher Amoskeag, N.H. 1837-38; Feeding Hills, Agawam 1839- 
40; Bennington, Vt. 1841; Heath, Mass. 1842; Eastham 1846-48; 
ord. Dec. 26, 1849; p. Truro 1849-83; w.c. West Somerville 1883- 
88; North Cambridge from 1888; d. Feb. 4, 1890. D.D. Wms. 
1879. 

Lyman Bert Peet b. Cornwall, Vt. Mar. 1, 1809; Midd. 1834; ord. 
South Dennis, Mass. Dec. 13, 1837; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Siam 
1839^6; Foochow Mission, China 1846-71; w.c. West Haven, Ct. 
from 1871; d. Jan. 11, 1878. 

John Pike b. Newburyport, Mass. July 3, 1813; Bowd. 1833; ord. 
Newburyport Apr. 25, 1838 ; p. North Falmouth 1837-40 ; Rowley 
1840-68 and w.c. from 1868; chap. House of Correction, Ipswich 
1875-93; overseer Bowd.; trustee Theol. Inst. Ct.; d. Sept. 20, 
1899. D.D. Bowd. 1866. 

Alonzo Sanderson b. Bernardston, Mass. June 24, 1808; Amh. 1834; 
h.m. Can. 1837-38; ord. Jan. 1, 1839; p. Ludlow, Mass. 1839-43; 
tolland 1843-52; Wellington, 0. 1852-56; York 1856-59; Good- 
rich, Mich. 1859-61 and 1867-73; Owosso 1861-62; Grand Blanc 
1862-67; Bridgeport 1873-74; Clinton 1875-76; Bedford 1876- 
77; w.c. Flint from 1878; d. May 18, 1882. 

William Scales b. Lebanon, N.H. Sept. 28, 1805; Midd. 1832; ord. 
Dec. 27, 1837; p. Lyndon, Vt. 1837-41; Rochester 1841-47; 
Brownington 1847-51, also prin. acad. ; teaching and preaching 
Conneaut, O. 1851-55; p. Lyndon, Vt. from 1855; d. Jan. 24, 1864. 

Timothy Stearns b. Billerica, Mass. Jan. 23, 1810 ; PA. ; Amh. 1833 ; 
a.p. (Presb.) Athens, O. 1837-38; ord. July 2, 1839; p. Worth- 
ington 1838-42; Kingston 1842-55; Mt. Pleasant, Io. 1855-58; 
w.c. Fort Madison from 1858; d. July 19, 1861. 



160 ALUMNI 1837 

Samuel Harvey Taylor b. Londonderry, N.H. Oct. 3, 1807; Dart. 
1832; teacher P. A. 1833-35; tutor Dart. 1836-37; acting prin. 
P.A. 1837-38, prin. from 1838; assoc. editor Bibliotheca Sacra 
from 1852; editor of classical text-books; d. Andover Jan. 29, 
1871. LL.D. Brown 1854. 

George Franklin Tewksbury b. Oxford, Me. Feb. 14, 1811; Bowd. 
1833; ord. Jan. 31, 1838; p. Albany, Me. 1838-52; Benton and 
Fairfield 1852-53; Oxford 1853-58, also West Minot and 
Mechanic Falls 1855-58; Gorham, N.H. 1859-65 and 1868-76; 
Naples, Me. 1865-67, Casco 1865-68, South Bridgton 1867-68; 
Lyman 1876-84; w.c. Oxford, Me. from 1887; d. Jan. 28, 1890. 

Thatcher Thayer b. Boston Dec. 9, 1811; Amh. 1831 and tutor 1833- 
34; teacher P.A. 1835-36; ord. Feb. 13, 1839; p. South Dennis 
1838-41; Newport, R.I. 1841-73 and emer.; trustee Brown; d. 
Mar. 17, 1894. D.D. N.J. Coll. 1857. 

Samuel Wolcott b. South Windsor, Ct. July 2, 1813; Yale 1833; 
asst sec. A.B.C.F.M. 1837-39; ord. Bowdoin St. ch. Boston Nov. 
13, 1839; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Beirut, Syria 1839^3; p. Long- 
meadow, Mass. 1843-47; Belchertown 1849-53; High St. ch. 
Providence, R.I. 1853-59; N.E. ch. Chicago, 111. 1859-61; Plym- 
outh ch. Cleveland, 0. 1862-74, sec. Ohio H.M. Soc. 1874-82 and 
res. there 1882-84 ; Longmeadow, Mass. from 1884 ; trustee Ober. ; 
d. Feb. 24, 1886. D.D. Marietta 1863. 

Daniel Bates Woods b. Andover, Mass. Sept. 20, 1809; P.A.; Amh. 
1829-32; Union 1833; ord. (Presb.) Sept. 19, 1839; p. Spring- 
water, N.Y. 1839-41; teaching and preaching, Prince Edward 
Court House and Appomattox Church, Va. 1841-44; teacher 
Philadelphia, Pa. 1844-49; Cincinnati, O. 1852-55; prin. young 
ladies ' sem. St. Louis, Mo., res. there from 1855; d. May 30, 
1892. Son of Prof. Leonard Woods. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Charles Baker Adams (1834r-36) b. Dorchester, Mass. Jan. 11, 1814; 
P.A.; Yale 1830-31; Amh. 1834; instructor Teachers' Sem." P.A. 
1835-36; tutor Amh. 1836-37; prof. Chem. and Nat. Hist. Midd. 
1838-47, also state geologist 1845-47; prof. Zool. and Astron. 
Amh. from 1847; d. St. Thomas, W.I. Jan. 19, 1853. 

Frederick Augustus Adams (1834-37) b. New Ipswich, N.H. July 19, 
1807; Dart. 1833 and tutor 1836-37; ord. Nov. 15, 1837; p. 
Amherst 1837-40; prin. Dummer Acad. Byfield, Mass. 1840-46; 
prin. young ladies' sch. Orange, N.J. 1847-57; Newark Acad. 
1857-59; boys' sch. Orange; d. Apr. 8, 1888. Ph.D. N.J. Coll. 
1869. 

Kinsman Atkinson (1835-37) b. Buxton, Me. Oct. 16, 1807; P.A.; 
teacher P.A. 1829; Bowd. 1830-32; Harv. 1834; ord. Nov. 7, 



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1838; p. Millville, Mendon (now Blackstone), Mass. 183S-39; 
Washington 1840-42; (Meth.) Belchertown, Winchendon, Prince- 
ton, Weston, Grafton, Topsfield, Dedham, Barre, Ludlow, Hub- 
bardston, Quincy 1843-57; res. Cambridge from 1857; colporteur 
Amer. Tract Soc; d. Dec. 23, 1889. 

Josiah Ballard (1834-35) b. Peterboro, N.H. Apr. 14, 1806; Yale 
1833; ord. Aug. 5, 1835; p. Chesterfield, N.H. 1835-36; Nelson 
1836-40; Sudbury, Mass. 1841-42; Second ch. New Ipswich, N.H. 
1852-55; Plympton, Mass. 1855-59; Carlisle from 1859; d. 
Dec. 12, 1863. 

Robert Birch (1834r-36) b. N.Y. City July 13, 1808; Dickinson 1829; 
Princ. Sem. 1836-37; ord. Sept. 17, 1837; p. Ninth Presb. ch. 
N.Y. City 1837-38; First Presb. ch. New Brunswick, N.J. from 
1838; d. Sept. 12, 1842. 

Jonathan Blanchard (1834-36) b. Rockingham, Vt. Jan. 19, 1811; 
Midd. 1832; lecturer for Amer. Anti-slavery Soc. in Pa. 1836- 
37; Lane Sem. 1837-38; ord. Oct. 31, 1838; p. Sixth Presb. ch. 
Cincinnati, 0. 1838-46; pres. Knox 1846-60, also p. Galesburg, 
111. 1847-49; pres. Wheaton 1860-82 and emer.; d. Wheaton 
May 14, 1892. 

Jesse Caswell (183^35) b. Middletown, Vt. Apr. 17, 1809; Midd. 
1832; Lane Sem. 1837; cjty miss'y Cincinnati, O. 1837-38; agt 
A.B.C.F.M. 1838; ord. Shoreham, Vt. Jan. 22, 1839; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Siam from 1839; d. Bangkok Sept. 25, 1848. 

Henry Theodore Cheever (1834-35) b. Hallowell, Me. Feb. 6, 1814; 
P.A.; Bowd. 1834; foreign travel 1835-36; teacher in La. 1836- 
37; Bangor Sem. 1839, res. lie. and a.p. Oldtown, Me. 1839^0; 
corres. N.Y. Evangelist 1840-43, traveling in Sandwich Islands 
and South America; ord. June 4, 1847; p. Lodi, N.J. 1847^48; 
Free Cong. ch. N.Y. City 1848-49; assoc. ed. N.Y. Evangelist 
1849-52; p. Greenport 1852-55; Westbrook, Ct. 1855-56; Jewett 
City 1856-61; South Royalston, Mass. 1862-63; Trin. ch. Fitch- 
burg 1863-64; Mission Chapel ch. Worcester 1864r-73 and w.c. 
from 1873; author of biographies and books of travel; d. 
Feb. 13, 1897. D.D. Bowd. 1892. 

Rufus Chapman Clapp (1834-36) b. Southampton, Mass. Aug. 15, 
1808; Amh. 1833; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1837; ord. Sept. 18, 1839; p. 
Tinmouth, Vt. 1839-46; prin. Chester Acad. Chestertown, N.Y. 
1847-61, also p. (Presb.) 1847-49, and res. there after; supt 
of schools; U.S. loan com'r etc.; d. May 25, 1888. 

Benjamin Clark (1834) b. Charlestown, N.H. July 16, 1805; Dart. 
1834 ; teacher Urbana, O. 1834-58 ; res. Bloomfield, 111. ; d. Aurora 
Feb. 11, 1873. 



162 ALUMNI 1837 

Josiah Bartlett Clark (1834-35) b. Stratham, N.H. Jan. 10, 1808; 
Dart. 1830-32; Midd. 1834; Lane Sem. 1837; ord. Jan. 22, 1839; 
p. Rising Sun, Ind. 1838-40; Sharon, Vt. 1840-42; Eliot, Me. 
1842^5; West Randolph, Vt. 1846; Pittsfield 1847-50 and 1869- 
73; Clarendon 1851-56; Rupert 1857-69; Weathersfield Centre 
1874-75; w.e. Ludlow 1876-79 and p. 1880-81; w.c. Dedham, 
Mass. from 1885; d. Mar. 3, 1896. 

George Cooke (1834-35) b. Keene, N.H. Dec. 26, 1811; Dart. 1832; 
a.p. Plymouth, N.H. and Pepperell, Mass. 1836-38; ord. Jan. 16, 
1839; p. North Amherst 1839-52; pres. Univ. East Tenn. Knox- 
ville 1852-59; teacher Amherst, Mass. 1860-63; res. Winchester 
from 1863; d. Bridgeport, Fla. Mar. 10, 1889. 

Thomas Douglas (1834-36) b. Waterford, Ct. Mar. 29, 1807; Yale 
1831; Yale Sem. 1833-34; teacher New London 1836-44; Hawaiian 
Islands 1845-47; San Francisco, Cal. 1847-48 and in business 
1849-51, aiding in organization of first Cong. ch. ; res. San Jose 
1851-80; returned to the East 1880; res. New London, Ct. from 
1892; d. Jan. 27, 1895. 

Joseph Bartlett Eastman (1834-35) b. Salisbury, N.H. Feb. 4, 1804; 
Dart. 1821; Harv. Med. Sch. 1823-24; physician Waterford, Me. 
1826-30; teacher Concord, N.H., Montpelier, Vt., Burlington; 
ord. (Presb.) Waterford, N.Y. Apr. 9, 1844; p. Caldwell 1844-46; 
Sandy Hill 1847-49; Ticonderoga 1849-50; Greenfield 1850-53; 
Amsterdam 1855; teacher Princetown 1855-56; teacher and p. 
Windsor from 1857; d. Dec. 31, 1864. 

Philip Eveleth (1836-37) b. New Gloucester, Me. Feb. 5, 1808; 
Waterville 1832-34; Yale Sem. 1834-35; h.m. Can.; a.p. Wey- 
bridge, Vt. 1840-41; ord. Upper Somonauk, 111. by Cong. Union 
of Fox River 1844; h.m. p. in O., 111., Wis. and Io.; d. St. Ansgar 
Aug. 13, 1888. 

Thomas Kendall Fessenden (1834-35) b. Brattleboro, Vt. Sept. 10, 
1813; PA.; Wms. 1833; Yale Sem. 1835-36; Princ. Sem. 1836-37; 
a.p. Hatfield, Mass. 1838-39; ord. Oct. 16, 1839; p. Norwich Falls, 
Ct. 1839-41; Homer, N.Y. 1843-53; Ellington, Ct. 1855-64; res. 
Farmington from 1864; representative; State com'r, founding 
Girls' Indus. Sch. Middletown; trustee Hampton Inst., and finan. 
sec. 1868-78; d. Jan. 18, 1894. 

Hiram Gibbons (1834-36) b. Westerlo, N.Y. July 1, 1810; Union 
1834; d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, Apr. 10, 1836. 

Daniel Raynes Goodwin (1834-35) b. North Berwick, Me. Apr. 12, 
1811; Bowd. 1832 and prof. Mod. Lang. 1835-53; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon July 13, 1847; priest Sept. 10, 1848; pres. Trinity Coll. 
1853-60, also r. St. Gabriel's ch. Windsor, Ct. 1854-60; provost 
Univ. Pa. 1860-68; prof. Apologetics, Epis. Div. Sch. Philadelphia 
1862-65, prof. Sys. Div. from 1865, also dean 1868-84; d. Mar. 15, 
1890. D.D. Bowd. 1853; LL.D. Univ. Pa. 1868. 



ALUMNI 1837 163 

Alfred Kimball Gould (1834-35) b. Hopkinton, N.H. Aug. 2, 1810; 
Yale 1833; d. Concord, N.H. while a member of Seminary, July 29, 
1835. 

Azariah R. Graves (1834-35) from Pawlet, Vt.; Midd. 1833; ord.; 

h.m. Ma. and Miss.; p. Zion 1846-65 and prin. Zion Sem. ; res. 

Rodney 1866-67; p. Baton Rouge, La. 1868-70; d. Oakland, Miss. 

Nov. 5, 1871. 
Seth Parsons Merwin Hastings (1834-35) b. Clinton, N.Y. Apr. 13, 

1813; Ham. 1833; 'Auburn Sem. 1837; a.p. Bridgewater, N.Y. 

1837-38; ord. (Presb.) Clinton Feb. 21, 1838; p. Vernon Centre 

1839^1; Moravia 1842^5; Summer Hill 1845^8; Pompey 1848- 

55; (Ref. Dutch) Chittenango 1855-59; Coxsackie 1860-70; 

Accord from 1870; d. Feb. 24, 1876. 

Robert Wilson Hume (1834-35) b. Stamford, N.Y. Nov. 8, 1809; 
Union 1834; Princ. Sem. 1837; ord. Delhi, N.Y. Mar. 18, 1839; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Marathi Mission, India from 1839; ed. 
Dnyanodaya from 1844; d. on passage home, off Cape of Good 
Hope Nov. -26, 1854. 

Leonard Salmon Matthews (1834-35) from Pawlet, Vt. ; Midd. 1832; 
d. while a member of Seminary, 1835. 

James Meacham (1834-36) b. Rutland, Vt. Aug. 16, 1810; Midd. 
1832 and tutor 1836-38; ord. May 29, 1838; p. New Haven 1838- 
46; prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Midd. 1846-50 and res. Middlebury 
after; mem. Cong.; trustee Midd.; d. Aug. 23, 1856. 

Calvin Morrill (1835-36) b. Boscawen, N.H. Dec. 6, 1805; Dart. 
1829; Auburn Sem. 1830-32; farmer Webster, N.H. from 1837; 
d. May 14, 1875. 

Humphrey Morse (1834-36) b. Newbury, Mass. Apr. 6, 1808; Amh. 
1834; Dart. Med. Sch. in 1835; intended to be a foreign mission- 
ary; d. Newbury, while a member of Seminary, Apr. 4, 1836. 

Charles Packard (1835-36) b. Chelmsford, Mass. Apr. 12, 1801; 
Bowd. 1817; lawyer Brunswick, Me.; Lane Sem. 1837; a.p. 
Hamilton, O. 1837-39; ord. Jan. 1, 1840; p. Lancaster, Mass. 
1840-53; Cambridgeport 1854-55; North Middleboro 1855-57; 
Biddeford, Me. from 1857; d. Feb. 17, 1864. 

Lucius Parker (1834-35) b. Southboro, Mass. Sept. 3, 1807; Harv. 
1834; Ober. Sem. 1838; ord. Sept. 6, 1838; h.m. p. Bloomington, 
111. 1841-54; Copper Creek, Io. 1854-55; West Java, N.Y. 1857- 
59; Buda and Neponset, 111. 1859-60; (Presb.) Montello, Wis. 
1862-64, also (Cong.) Princeton 1862-65; Palmyra 1865-67; d. 
Larimer, Neb. Sept. 24, 1868. 

William Henry Parker (1834-36) b. Hartford, N.Y. Aug. 23, 1809; 
Midd. 1830; teacher P.A. 1835-36; teacher Lang. St. Lawrence 
Acad. Potsdam, N.Y. 1836-46 and prin. 1846-48; prof. Math, and 



164 ALUMNI 1837 

Nat. Phil. Midd. 1848-81 and emer., also treas. 1855-84 and 
trustee; d. Middlebury, Vt. Jan. 31, 1889. 

Ebenezer Greenleaf Parsons (1834-35) b. Edgecomb (now West- 
port), Me. May 15, 1813; Bowd. 1833; Bangor Sem. 1837; ord. 
Oct. 4, 1837; p. Freeport 1837-51; First Cong, (now Central) ch. 
Derry, N.H. 1851-69 and prin. Pinkerton Acad. 1869-72; U.S. 
Chr. Com. 1864; prin. Dummer Acad. Byfield, Mass. 1872-82; 
res. Derry, N.H. from 1882; overseer Bowd.; d. Apr. 25, 1900. 

David Charles Perry (1834-35) b. Sharon, Ct. Jan. 5, 1810; Yale 
1833; Theol. Inst. Ct.; ord. Dec. 12, 1838; p. New Fairfield, Ct. 
1838-44; Barlow, 0. 1846-48 and w.c. 1848-72; Columbus 1872- 
83; Santa Barbara, Cal. from 1883; d. Feb. 15, 1885. 

Royal Reed (1834r-35) b. Palmyra, N.Y. Aug. 12, 1807; Wms. 1834; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1837; a.p. First ch. Windsor, Ct. 1837-38; ord. 
Sept. 14, 1839; p. Cummington, Mass. 1839-42; Goshen 1842^8; 
Joliet, 111. 1848-51; physician Chicago 1865-75; Minooka from 
1875; d. Sept. 1, 1886. M.D. Rush Med. Coll. 1868. 

Benjamin Washington Reynolds (1834-36) b. Abbeville, S.C. Jan. 
22, 1812; Midd. 1832; Lane Sem. 1837; ord. by Mo. Presb 'y 1838; 
h.m. Mo. and Wis.; Bloomingdale, 111. 1844-45; Fairfield 1845- 
48 ; Pleasant Grove ; Wabasha, Minn. ; d. La Crosse, Wis. Aug. 17, 
1877. 

Benjamin Gilbert Riley (1834-35) b. Middlefield, N.Y. Aug. 7, 1810; 
Wms. 1834; Union Sem. 1839; ord. (Presb.) Feb. 26, 1840; p. 
(Cong.) Hartwick, N.Y. 1840^2; Livonia 1843-55; prin. Genesee 
Model Sch. Lima 1855-56; p. (Presb.) Horseheads 1856-57; Lodi, 
Wis. 1857-63; Berlin 1863-64; synod '1 miss'y 1864-66; dist. sec. 
Presb. H.M. Committee 1866-76; res. Prairie du Sac from 1879; 
d. Sept. 12, 1884. 

Edwin David Sanborn (1834-35) b. Gilmanton, N.H. May 14, 1808; 
Dart. 1832; teacher PA. 1834-35; tutor Dart. 1835, prof. Latin 
and Greek 1835-37 and prof. Latin 1837-59 ; prof. Hist, and Clas- 
sical Lit. Washington Univ. St. Louis, Mo. 1859-63; prof. Orat. 
and Belles Lettres Dart. 1863-80, prof. Anglo-Saxon and Eng. 
Lang, and Lit. 1880-82 and emer., also lib'n 1866-74; represent- 
ative and mem. N.H. Const. Conv.; d. N.Y. City Dec. 29, 1885. 
LL.D. Univ. Vt. 1859, Dart. 1879. 

David Sylvester Sheldon (1834-35) b. Rupert, Vt. Dec. 6, 1809; 
Midd. 1831; Princ. Sem. 1831-32; prin. Bennington (Vt.) Acad. 
1832-34; teacher Math. St. Lawrence Acad. Potsdam, N.Y. 1835- 
40; Northampton, Mass.; res. Rupert, Vt. ; teacher Burlington, 
Io. 1850-52; teacher prep, dept Iowa 1853 and prof. Chem. and 
Nat. Science 1853-58; prof. Chem. and Nat. Science Griswold 
Coll. Io. from 1858 ; representative, Vt. ; d. Davenport, Io. June 5, 
1886. LL.D. Griswold 1887. 



ALUMNI 1837 165 

Edwin Jenner Sherrill (1834-36) b. Shoreham, Vt. Oct. 23, 1806; 
Ham. 1833; Yale Sem. 1836-37; ord. June 13, 1838; p. Eaton, 
Can. 1837-75; w.c. Lee, Mass. from 1875; d. N.Y. City June 13, 
1877. 

Asa Bowen Smith (1834-36) b. Williamstown, Vt. July 16, 1809; 
Midd. 1834; Yale Sem. 1836-37; ord. Williamstown Nov. 1, 1837; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Kayuse Indians, Oregon 1838-39 and to 
Nez Perces 1839^L2 ; Hawaiian Islands 1842-46 ; p. South Amherst, 
Mass. 1847; Buckland 1848-59; Southbury, Ct. 1860-71; w.c. 
Rocky Hill 1871-83; p. Sherwood, Tenn. from 1883; d. Feb. 10, 
1886. 

Henry Boynton Smith (1834-35) b. Portland, Me. Nov. 21, 1815; 
Bowd. 1834; Bangor Sem. 1835-36; tutor Bowd. 1836-37 and 
1840^1; stud. Paris, Halle and Berlin 1837^0; ord. Dec. 29, 
1842; p. West Amesbury (now Merrimac), Mass. 1842-47, also 
instructor Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1845^7; prof. Mor. Phil, and Met. 
Amh. 1847-50; prof. Ch. Hist. Union Sem. 1850-54, prof. Sys. 
Theol. 1854-74 and emer. ; ed. Amer. Theol. Review, Presb. 
Review and Princeton Review; author; d. N.Y. City Feb. 7, 1877. 
D.D. Univ. Vt. 1850, Harv. 1858; LL.D. West. Res. 1864, N.J. 
Coll. 1869. 

John Derby Smith (1834-36) b. Hanover, N.H. Apr. 9, 1812; Yale 
1832; Yale Sem. 1833-34; a.p. Athol, Mass. 1838-39; ord. Nov. 20, 
1839; p. Charlemont 1839^4 and 1848-52; First ch. Berkley 1854- 
58; Douglas 1860-63; surgeon in army and navy 1863-65; clerk 
Treas'y dept Washington 1866-67; asst surgeon U.S.N. 1867; in 
charge of U.S. Naval Hospital, Pensacola, Fla. 1868-72; res. 
Scotland, Bridgewater, Mass. from 1872; d. Apr. 26, 1884. M.D. 
Baltimore Med. Coll. 1846. 

William Henry Smith (1834-35) b. Georgetown, D.C. Oct. 8, 1816; 
Pa. Coll. 1834; ord. (Luth.) Apr. 21, 1839; p. Charleston, S.C.; 
Barren Hill, Pa.; St. Louis, Mo.; Baltimore, Md. ; physician; res. 
London, Eng. ; d. about 1861. 

Erastus William Thayer (1834-36) b. Barre, Mass. June 7, 1812; 
Amh. 1831; ord. (Presb.) May 9, 1840; p. Palestine, 111. 1837-45; 
Paris 1845-52; w.c. Springfield 1852-54; p. Decatur 1854-57; 
Chatham 1857-65 and w.c. 1865-78; Springfield from 1879; d. 
May 3, 1902. 

Eli Thurston (1834-35) b. Brighton, Mass. June 14, 1808; Amh. 
1834; ord. Jan. 3, 1838; p. Hallowell, Me. 1838-48; Central ch. 
Fall River, Mass. from 1849; d. Dec. 20, 1869. D.D. Amh. 1866. 

David Tilton (1834-35) b. Gilmanton, N.H. July 6, 1806; Yale 1833; 
ord. Oct. 14, 1835; p. Edgartown, Mass. 1835-38; Lanesville, 
Gloucester 1840-50; agt for publishing houses from 1850; res. 
North Chelsea (now Revere) 1850-62; Woburn from 1862; d. 
Feb. 10, 1869. 



166 ALUMNI 1837 

Charles Turner Torrey (1834-35) b. Scituate, Mass. Nov. 21, 1813; 
Yale 1833; ord. Mar. 22, 1837; p. Richmond St. ch. Providence, 
R.I. 1837 ; Howard St. ch. Salem, Mass. 1838-39 ; agt Anti-slavery 
Soc. from 1839; in Md. Penitentiary, Baltimore from 1844, for 
aiding in escape of slaves; d. in prison May 9, 1846. 

Abner Barnard Warner (1834-36) b. Northampton, Mass. Jan. 8, 
1814; Wms. 1833; Gilmanton (N.H.) Sem. 1838; ord. Feb. 6, 
1839; p. Milford 1839^6; Mystic ch. Medford, Mass. from 1847; 
d. May 26, 1853. 

Theodore Sedgwick Wood (1834-35) b. Westminster, Mass. Aug. 7, 
1809; Amh. 1832; teacher Athens and Tuscaloosa, Ala. 1832-33; 
d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, Aug. 20, 1835. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Abijah Richardson Baker (1835-37) Abbot Resident. Class of 1835. 

John Vose Beane (1835-37) b. Lisbon, N.H. Dec. 16, 1807; Dart. 
1832; prin. Friends' Acad. New Bedford, Mass. 1837-45; pub- 
lisher Christian Observatory Boston 1847-49; prin. Salisbury 
Mansion Sch. Worcester 1855-59; prin. Detroit (Mich.) Fern. 
Sem. ; d. Evansville, Ind. Oct. 4, 1861. 

Nelson Bishop (1834-37) b. East Hartford (now Manchester), Ct. 
Nov. 20, 1802; Bangor Sem. 1828 and res. lie. 1828-29; ord. 
Nov. 19, 1828; p. Clinton, Me. 1828-34; Weathersfield, Vt. 1839- 
42; assoc. ed. Vt. Chronicle Windsor 1842-66; Boston Recorder 
1866-69; agt Amer. Bible Soc; d. St. Johnsbury East, Vt. Jan. 
10, 1871. 

Lucius Root Eastman Class of 1836. 

Alfred Goldsmith Class of 1836. 

Edward Nathan Harris (1834-37) b. Cornwallis, N.S. July 23, 1806; 
ord. (Bapt.) 1826; p. Lubec, Me., Calais, East Machias 1825-34; 
(Univ.) Methuen, Mass. 1838-39; ed. and prop'r 8.8. Contributor 
Lynn 1839^0; res. Boston 1841; p. (Bapt.) Broadway ch. Balti- 
more, Md.; First Bapt. ch. Germantown, Pa. 1875-78; Mariners' 
ch. Philadelphia; d. Jan. 26, 1880. 

John Orcutt b. Acworth, N.H. May 20, 1807; Univ. Vt. 1830-32; 
a.p. South Wellfleet, Mass. 1834-35; ord. by Black River Assoc. 
Vt. Aug. 4, 1835; p. North Reading, Mass. 1837-42; Uxbridge 
1842-49; Appalachicola, Fla. 1849-50; agt and sec. Amer. Col'n 
Soc. N.Y. City from 1850; d. Hartford, Ct. Mar. 9, 1879. A.M. 
hon. Univ. Vt. 1851; D.D. Columbian Coll. D.C. 1863. 



ALUMNI 1838 167 



1838 



GRADUATES 

Lucien Cyrus Boynton b. Weathersfield, Vt. Feb. 13, 1811; Midd. 
1834; teacher Wilmington, Del. 1838-39; Heathsville (Va.) Acad. 
1841-44; lawyer; Uxbridge, Mass. 1847-52; Worcester 1852-58; 
Springfield, 111. from 1858; d. Feb. 14, 1886. 

William Craige Burke b. Woodstock, Vt. Feb. 19, 1812; Dart. 1833; 
a.p. Lancaster, N.H. ; preceptor Moor's Charity Sch. Dart. 1842- 
44; Dart. Med. Sch. 1841-44; physician N.Y. City 1844-56; 
Skaneateles 1856-62; Norwalk, Ct. 1862-88; res. Cheyenne, Wy. 
from 1888; d. May 24, 1902. M.D. N.Y. Univ. 1845. 

Daniel Butler b. Hartford, Ct. June 23, 1808 ; Yale 1835 ; ord. Oct. 31, 
1838; p. Village ch. Dorchester, Mass. 1838^15; agt Arner. Bible 
Soc. 1845-52; sec. Mass. Bible Soc. from 1852; res. Westboro 
1847-53; Groton 1853-63; Waverley from 1865; d. Feb. 4, 1893. 

Aaron Merrick Colton b. Georgia, Vt. Aug. 25, 1809; Yale 1835; 
Union Sem. 1837-38; adv. class And. Sem. 1839; res. lie. 1840; 
ord. June 10, 1840; p. First ch. Amherst, Mass. 1840-52; First 
ch. Easthampton 1853-80 and emer. ; d. Apr. 30, 1895. 

George Washington Cressey b. Rowley, Mass. Dec. 13, 1810; Bowd. 
1835; adv. class And. Sem. 1839; ord. July 9, 1840; p. Union ch. 
Kennebunk, Me. 1839-51; Buxton from 1852; d. Feb. 12, 1867. 

Charles Dame b. Berwick (now South Berwick), Me. Sept. 12, 1810; 
Bowd. 1835; ord. May 29, 1839; p. First ch. Falmouth 1839-53; 
Brentwood, N.H. 1854-56; w.c. Exeter 1857-72; p. Quasqueton, 
Io. 1872-76; First ch. West Newbury, Mass. 1877-81; Andover, 
Me. 1881-85; West Newfield 1885-86; Eastport 1886-87; Phips- 
burg 1887-89; w.c. Falmouth from 1889; d. June 26, 1892. 

Allen Washington Dodge b. Newburyport, Mass. Apr. 9, 1804 
Harv. 1826; lawyer N.Y. City 1830-35; adv. class And. Sem 
1839; res. Hamilton, Mass. from 1839; farmer; representative 
senator; trustee Mass. Agric. Coll.; treas. Essex Co. from 1853 
d. May 17, 1878. 

David Eastman b. Amherst, Mass. June 16, 1806; Amh. 1835; ord. 
Feb. 12, 1840; p. Leverett 1838-59; Shutesbury 1860-61; Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 1861-62; New Salem, Mass. from 1863; represent- 
ative; d. Sept. 13, 1876. 

John Phelps Foster b. Holden, Mass. Feb. 1, 1807; P. A.; Amh. 1834; 
h.m. Western N.Y. 1838-42; ord. Sept. 21, 1842; p. (Presb.) 
Fowlerville 1842^3; h.m. Wis. 1843^7; p. (Cong.) Sweden, Me. 
1848-50; d. Oxford, Mass. Apr. 27, 1851. 

Daniel Goodwin b. Londonderry, N.H. Jan. 25, 1809; Dart. 1835; 
ord. Feb. 27, 1839; p. Brookline 1839-55; Mason 1857-78 and 



168 ALUMNI 1838 

w.c. from 1878; representative; supt of schools; town clerk; 
postmaster; justice of peace; notary public; d. Dec. 30, 1893. 

Alonzo Gray b. Townshend, Vt. Feb. 21, 1808; Amh. 1834; in- 
structor Nat. Science Teachers ' Sem. P.A. 1836-43 ; res. lie. 1840 ; 
prof. Chem. Marietta 1844-45; prin. Brooklyn (N.Y.) Fern. Acad. 
1845-51; founder Brooklyn Heights Fern. Sem., and prin. from 
1851; author of scientific text-books; d. Mar. 10, 1860. D.D. 
Ingham Univ. N.Y. 1856. 

Samuel Harris b. East Machias, Me. June 14, 1814; Bowd. 1833; 
prin. Washington Acad. East Machias 1838-41; ord. Dec. 22, 
1841; p. Conway, Mass. 1841-51; South ch. Pittsfield 1851-55; 
prof. Sys. Theol. Bangor Sem. 1855-67, also sup. Central ch. 
Bangor 1855-63; pres. and prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil. Bowd. 
1867-71; Hyde lecturer And. Sem. 1869-72 and Southworth 
lecturer 1887-88; prof. Sys. Theol. Yale Sem. 1871-95 and emer.; 
author of theological works; d. Litchfield, Ct. June 25, 1899. 
D.D. Wms. 1855; LL.D. Bowd. 1871. 

Asa Hemmenway b. Shoreham, Vt. July 6, 1810; Midd. 1835; ord. 
Shoreham Jan. 22, 1839; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Siam 1839-50; p. 
Cornwall, Vt. 1850-51; Ripton 1851-60; Keeseville, N.Y. 1860- 
64; Mooers 1865-68; West Hartford, Vt. 1869-71; East Chazy, 
N.Y. 1871-72; w.c. Mooers 1872-76; Manchester, Vt. from 1876; 
author of geography and history in Siamese; d. Feb. 26, 1892. 

Thomas Swan Hubbard b. Huntsburg (now Franklin), Vt. Dec. 20, 
1811; Midd. 1834; ord. June 18, 1839; p. Stockbridge 1840-46, 
also co. supt schools 1845-46; p. Chelsea 1847-54; res. Stock- 
bridge 1855-62, p. 1855-56; Cabot 1857-59; Bethel 1859-62; 
(Presb.) Dunton, 111. 1862-64; (Cong.) Gaysville, Vt. 1864-68; 
Rochester 1868-78; Pittsfield 1878-81; res. Rochester 1881-84; 
p. Tunbridge 1886-90; res. Stockbridge from 1889; represent- 
ative; senator; mem. Vt. Const. Conv. ; d. Feb. 28, 1907. 

John Jones b. Lyndeboro, N.H. Sept. 8, 1812; Dart. 1834; a.p. North 
Underhill, Vt. 1838-39; ord. July 1, 1841; p. Chittenden 1840- 
44; Danville, Ind. 1844-45; agt N.H. Bible Soc. 1845-50; teacher 
Sandusky, O. 1850-54; p. Earlville, 111. 1854-55; agt Amer. Bible 
Soc. 111. 1855-62; in business Meriden, Chicago, Aurora 1862-74; 
Colorado Springs, Col. from 1874; d. June 23, 1889. 

Edward Alexander Lawrence b. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Oct. 7, 1808; 
Dart. 1834; adv. class And. Sem. 1839; ord. May 8, 1839; p. 
Centre ch. Haverhill, Mass. 1839^4; First ch. Marblehead 1845- 
54; prof. Eccl. Hist, and Past'l Duty, Theol. Inst. Ct. 1855-65; 
p. Orford, N.H. 1865-68; Third ch. Marblehead 1868-73 and w.c. 
from 1873; d. Sept. 4, 1883. D.D. Dart. 1858. 

Edwin Leigh b. South Berwick, Me. Sept. 10, 1815; Bowd. 1835; 
adv. class And. Sem. 1839; a.p. Kennebunk, Me. 1839; Winchen- 



ALUMNI 1838 169 

don, Mass. 1841^2; ord. Aug. 2, 1843; p. Woonsocket, R.I. 1842- 
44; teacher Bristol 1844-46; physician Somerville, Mass. 1849-51, 
also asst to Prof. Agassiz, Cambridge; physician Townsend 1851- 
54; in business St. Louis, Mo. 1854—57 and teacher 1857-64; res. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. from 1864; ed. of text-books on phonetic system; 
d. Stoneleigh Ranch, Tex. Apr. 9, 1890. M.D. Harv. 1850. 

James Means b. Amherst, N.H. Apr. 27, 1813; Bowd. 1833; adv. 
class And. Sem. 1839; ord. Jan. 8, 1840; p. Concord, Mass. 1840- 
44; preceptor Lawrence Acad. Groton 1845-53; foreign travel 
with pupils 1853-55; teacher Spingler Inst. N.Y. City 1855-57; 
prin. Tilden Fern. Sem. West Lebanon, N.H. 1859-61; teacher 
Lasell Sem. Auburndale, Mass. 1861-62; hospital chap. Newbern, 
N.C. 1862-63; commissioned capt. and supt of freedmen, New- 
bern 1863; d. Apr. 6, 1863. 

Washington Adams Nichols b. Buckland, Mass. Apr. 4, 1808; Amh. 
1834; ord. Sept. 12, 1838; p. Brookfield 1838-42 and prin. family 
sch. for boys 1843-53; p. Edwards ch. Chicago, 111. 1854-57 and 
Salem ch. 1857-63; teacher Oakland and Lake Forest 1863-67; 
traveling with pupils in Europe 1867-70; assoc. ed. Cong. Herald 
Chicago 1870-75; res. Lake Forest from 1870; d. June 25, 1901. 
D.D. Lake Forest Univ. 1898. 

Dennis Powers b. Croydon, N.H. May 24, 1808; PA.; Amh. 1835; 
ord. Dec. 5, 1838; p. East Randolph (now Holbrook), Mass. 1838- 
41; South Abington (now Whitman) 1842-50; clerk dept of 
Interior, Washington 1851-53; agt Amer. Col'n Soc. 1853-56; 
p. South Braintree, Mass. 1856-59 ; Rindge, N.H. 1867-72 ; Worth- 
ington, Mass. 1873-76; res. Abington 1859-70 and from 1876; 
chap. N.H. House of Representatives 1871-72; d. July 1, 1886. 

Charles Selden Sherman b. Albany, N.Y. Apr. 26, 1810; Yale 1835; 
Yale Sem. 1837-38; ord. Woburn, Mass. Nov. 30, 1838; miss'y 
A.B.CF.M. Jerusalem 1839-42; p. Naugatuck, Ct. 1843-^4 and 
1849-69 ; First ch. New Britain 1845-49 ; agt Sys. Benef . Soc. Ct. 
1869-70; p. (Presb.) Nassau, N.Y. 1870-75 and res. there 1875- 
84; p. (Luth.) East Schodack 1877-78; res. Manchester Green, 
Ct. from 1884; d. Jan. 3, 1899. 

Reuben E. Taylor from Savannah, Ga. ; N.J. Coll.; ord. Sept. 24, 
1840; p. (Presb.) Carbondale, Pa.; ord. (Epis.) deacon June 7, 
1843; priest Dec. 10, 1845; r. St. John's ch. East Boston, Mass. 
1846; "died early/ > 

Timothy Alden Taylor b. Hawley, Mass. Sept. 7, 1809; Amh. 1835; 
ord. Jan. 23, 1839; p. Slatersville, R.I. from 1839; d. Mar. 2, 
1858. 

Leander Thompson b. Woburn, Mass. Mar. 7, 1812; Amh. 1835; 
ord. Woburn Nov. 30, 1838; p. Granby 1838-39; miss'y A.B.CF.M. 
Syria 1840^3; p. South Hadley Falls, Mass. 1843-50; w.c. 



170 ALUMNI 1838 

Woburn 1850-54; p. West Amesbury (now Merrimac) 1854-67; 
Wolf eboro, N.H. 1868-69 ; North Woburn 1869-73 and w.c. from 
1873; published books of local history and genealogy; d. Oct. 18, 
1896. 
Eleazer Wells True b. Durham, Me. Oct. 4, 1806; instructor Teach- 
ers' Sem. PA. 1837; res. lie. 1839; teacher acad. Henrietta, N.Y. ; 
prin. acad. Macedon ; teacher Pittsf ord ; prin. acad. Lapeer, Mich. 
1845^8 ; teacher and farmer Armada from 1848 ; d. Jan. 18, 1874. 

Ed Richard Tucker b. Newburyport, Mass. Feb. 4, 1816; Dart. 1835; 
adv. class And. Sem. 1839; ord. July 9, 1841; p. (Presb.) Defi- 
ance, 0. 1840-63; w.c. Newburyport, Mass. from 1863; d. Jan. 13, 
1866. 

William Warren b. Waterford, Me. Oct. 21, 1806; PA.; Bowd. 
(1837); prin. acad. Windham, Me. 1839; ord. Feb. 14, 1840; p. 
Windham 1840-49; Upton, Mass. 1849-56; agt Amer. Col'n Soc. 
1856; dist. sec. AB.C.F.M. 1856-78; res. Gorham, Me. from 
1856; d. Jan. 28, 1879. D.D. Bowd. 1870. 

Artemas Augustus Wood b. Leominster, Mass. June 22, 1811; Amh. 
1831; ord. Dec. 19, 1838; p. West Springfield 1838-49; Pearl St. 
Presb. ch. N.Y. City 1849-53 and Central Presb ch. 1853-60; 
First ch. Geneva 1860-73; First ch. Lyons 1873-82; w.c. Roch- 
ester 1882-90; Flushing, N.Y. from 1890; d. Feb. 4, 1892. D.D. 
Ham. 1857. 

Charles Wilkes Wood b. Middleboro, Mass. June 30, 1814; Brown 
1834; adv. class And. Sem. 1839; ord. Oct. 30, 1839; p. Ashby, 
Mass. 1839-58; South ch. North Bridgewater (Campello) 1858- 
72 and supt schools 1872-73; p. Lakeville 1873-77; Scotland, 
Bridgewater 1878-88; w.c. Middleboro from 1888; representative 
from Ashby; d. Mar. 3, 1895. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Charles Abbot (1835-36) b. Wilton, N.H. Oct. 31, 1808; Amh. 1827- 
29; Dart. 1833; teacher Music PA. 1835-36; Nashville, Tenn.; 
Orange, N.J.; Newark; d. Dec. 20, 1878. 

Henry Belden (1835-36) b. Greenfield, Ct. Apr. 9, 1813; Union 1835; 
Princ. Sem. 1836-37; Union Sem. 1838; ord. May 2, 1839; p. 
(Presb.) Marlboro, N.Y. 1839^0; New Windsor 1840^1; Bloom- 
ing Grove 1841^4 and 1846-52; (Cong.) Boonton, N.J. 1844-46; 
Free Cong. ch. N.Y. City 1852-56; city miss'y Brooklyn 1856-66; 
w.c. New Providence, N.J. 1866-68; p. Parkville, N.Y. 1868-71 
and w.c. from 1871; rec. sec. Amer. Miss'y Assoc. 1854^-74; d. 
June 24, 1884. 

Benjamin Burge (1835-36) b. Francestown, N.H. Apr. 25, 1812; 
Dart. 1835; Lane Sem. 1838; ord. July 1, 1840; p. Enfield, N.H. 
1840-48; d. Sept. 3, 1848. 



ALUMNI 1838 . 171 

Stephen Chase (1832-33, 1835-36) b. Chester, N.H. Aug. 30, 1813 
Dart. 1832; teacher Va. and Md.; prin. Gorham (Me.) Acad. 
Berwick Acad.; tutor Dart. 1838 and prof. Math, from 1838 
d. Hanover, N.H. Jan. 7, 1851. 

James Clark (1835-36) b. Nelson, N.H. Jan. 14, 1810; Dart. 1834; 
prin. Chatham Acad. Savannah, Ga. from 1836; d. July 31, 1837. 

Sereno Dickinson Clark (1835-36) b. Southampton, Mass. Apr. 8, 
1809; Yale 1830-31; Amh. 1835; ord. June 11, 1840; p. Ashfield, 
Mass. 1839-51; Lee 1851-52; Sunderland 1853-64; sec. Cong. 
Board of Pub'n Boston 1865-68; p. Provincetown 1869-72; 
Temple, N.H. 1872-76; w.c. Somerville, Mass. from 1876; d. 
Dec. 20, 1887. 

Alfred Emerson (1835-37) b. Beverly, Mass. Apr. 5, 1812; PA.; 
Yale 1834 and tutor 1837-40; ord. Oct. 15, 1845; p. South Read- 
ing (now Wakefield), Mass. 1845-53; prof. Math., Nat. Phil, 
and Astron. West. Res. 1853-56 ; p. South Berwick, Me. 1857-58 ; 
Calvinistic ch. Fitchburg, Mass. 1858-70 ; w.c. Lancaster 1870-77 ; 
Dorchester from 1877; d. Feb. 7, 1896. 

Joseph Warren Faulkner (1835-36) b. Andover, Mass. Oct. 27, 
1812; PA.; Yale 1833-34; res. Worcester, Mass.; d. Oct. 12, 
1871. 

Joseph Steele Gallagher (1835-36) b. N.Y. City Oct. 25, 1801; asst 
astronomer for U.S. gov't 1818-20; 2d Lt. U.S. Artill. 1820-30 
and 1st Lt. 1830-36; Princ. Sem. 1836-37; ord. Oct. 12, 1837; 
p. Second Presb. ch. Orange, N.J. 1837-50, also chap. Fort 
Columbus 1842^3; gen. agt Union Sem. 1850-74, treas. 1863-74 
and director; res. Bloomfield, N.J. from 1874; d. Apr. 12, 1877. 

Stephen Sewall Norton Greeley (1835-36) b. Gilmanton, N.H. 
Jan. 23, 1813; Dart. 1835; Gilmanton Sem. 1838 and res. lie. 
1838-39; ord. Jan. 31, 1839; p. Gilmanton Iron Works 1839-42; 
Newmarket 1842-47; Chicopee Falls, Mass. 1847-51; Great Bar- 
rington 1852-56; Grand Rapids, Mich. 1857-62; chap. 6th Mich. 
Cav. 1862-65; p. Oswego, N.Y. 1866-73; res. Gilmanton, N.H. 
from 1873; p. Pittsfield 1873-79; Gilmanton 1879-86; representa- 
tive from Gilmanton; d. Oct. 25, 1892. 

Charles Howe Greenleaf (1835-37) b. West Newbury, Mass. Aug. 6, 
1806; Dart. 1832; teacher Brooklyn, N.Y.; d. May 18, 1838. 

Samuel Hunt (1835-36) b. Attleboro, Mass. Mar. 18, 1810; Amh. 
1832; Princ. Sem. 1836-37; ord. July 17, 1839; p. Natick, Mass. 
1839-50; Franklin 1850-64; supt Freedmen's Educ. under Amer. 
Miss'y Assoc. 1865-67; clerk U.S. Senate Committee Mil. Affairs 
1868-73; private sec. to Vice-Pres. Wilson 1873-76; res. Attle- 
boro, Mass. and Boston from 1876; d. July 23, 1878. 



172 ALUMNI 1838 

Charles Davis Jackson (1835-37) b. Salem, Mass. Dec. 15, 1811; 
Dart. 1833; teacher Petersburg, Va. ; Flushing, N.Y.; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon May 23, 1841; priest Mar. 5, 1842; r. St. Stephen's ch. 
N.Y. City; St. Luke's ch. Rossville, Staten Is. 1843^7; St. 
Peter's ch. Westchester from 1847; d. June 28, 1871. D.D. 
Norwich Univ. 1859. 

Willard Jones (1835-36) b. Hillsboro, N.H. July 17, 1809; Dart. 
1835; Lane Sem. 1838; agt A.B.C.F.M. in Ky. and Tenn. 1838- 
39; ord. North Weymouth, Mass. July 4, 1839; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Persia 1839-45; p. Northfield, Mass. 1846-50; North Orange 
1850-52; Middlefield, Ct. 1853-54; Central Falls, R.I. 1855-59; 
Northfield, Mass. from 1859; d. Nov. 21, 1861. 

Nathaniel Abbot Keyes (1835-36) b. Wilton, N.H. Dec. 26, 1808; 
PA.; Dart. 1835; Lane Sem. 1838; ord. Pelham, N.H. Aug. 9, 
1839; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Syria 1840-44; p. Charlemont, Mass. 
1845^6; South Royalston 1846-47; (Ger. Ref.) Lancaster, Pa. 
1847-56; (Cong.) Princeton, 111. from 1856; d. Mar. 30, 1857. 

Harvey Dennison Kitchel (1835-36) b. Whitehall, N.Y. Feb. 3, 1812; 
Midd. 1835 and tutor 1836-37; Yale Sem. 1838; ord. Feb. 20, 
1839; p. Plymouth Hollow (now Thomaston), Ct. 1839-48; First 
Cong. ch. Detroit, Mich. 1848-64; Plymouth ch. Chicago, 111. 
1864-66; pres. Midd. 1866-73, also p. Weybridge, Vt. 1867-74; 
res. East Liverpool, O. and Dansville, N.Y. from 1874; d. 
Sept. 11, 1895. D.D. Midd. 1858. 

Charles Kittredge (1835-36) b. Newburyport, Mass. Aug. 1, 1808; 
Dart. 1834; teacher Shrewsbury, Ct. 1836-37; Theol. Inst. Ct. 
1838; ord. Mar. 27, 1839; p. Columbia 1839^1; teacher Marl- 
boro 1841^2; p. North Canaan 1842-44; (Presb.) Parma, N.Y. 
and Greece 1844-56; res. Clarkson, teaching and preaching, from 
1856; d. Rochester Sept. 16, 1880. 

Eliezer Jewett Marsh (1835-36) b. Cabot, Vt. Mar. 21, 1811; Midd. 
1833; teacher Jericho Acad. 1833-35; prin. high sch. Concord, 
Mass. 1836-37; Thetford (Vt.) Acad. 1837-40; Milton (Mass.) 
Acad. 1840^6; teacher Lawrence Acad. Groton 1847-54; res. 
Leominster from 1855; d. Mar. 14, 1893. 

Edmund McKinney (1835-36) b. Middlesex, Pa. Apr. 21, 1815; 
Wash. Coll. Pa. 1835; Princ. Sem. 1836-37; h.m. Pa. 1837-39; 
ord. (Presb.) Meadville Nov. 13, 1839; p. York Springs and 
Monaghan 1840-41; teacher Hollidaysburg 1842; supt Spencer 
Acad. Choctaw Nation 1843-45; miss'y to Omaha Indians 1846- 
53; supt pub. schools Hillsboro, O. 1854-56; teacher Dunlapville, 
Ind. 1857-59; p. Montgomery, O. 1860-61; chap. 9th Pa. Cav. 
1862-64; agt Freedmen's Committee, Clarksville, Tenn. 1865-71; 
editor Keyport, N.J. 1873-77; d. Mar. 3, 1878. 



ALUMNI 1838 173 

Burtis Cunningham Megie (1835-36) b. N.Y. City Dec. 4, 1813; 
N.Y. Univ. 1835; Princ. Sem. 1836-37; Union Sem. 1838; ord. 
(Presb.) Cayuga, N.Y. Oct. 31, 1838; p. New Paltz 1838-39; 
Dover, N.J. 1839-76; U.S. Chr. Com. 1863; p. Pleasant Grove 
1876-88; co. supt schools, res. Dover from 1888; d. June 12, 1890. 
D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1875. 

James Nichols (1835-37) b. Berkley, Mass. Aug. 6, 1811; PA.; 
Union 1835; teacher PA. 1836-37; tutor Union 1838-39, asst 
prof. Anc. Lang. 1839-41; prin. Kingston (N.Y.) Acad. 1841-42; 
fern. acad. Utica 1842-44; ord. by Albany Presb 'y 1845; p. 
Oneida 1844-49; prin. synod '1 acad. Geneseo 1850-58; master 
boys' sch. Rochester 1858-62, also chap. Western House of 
Refuge; chap. 108th N.Y. Vols. 1862-63; d. Rochester Jan. 31, 
1864. 

George Cotton Partridge (1835-36) b. Hatfield, Mass. Aug. 27, 1813; 
Amh. 1833 and tutor 1836-38; preached at Seamen's Bethel 
Portland, Me. 1838-39; ord. Nov. 21, 1839; p. Nantucket, Mass. 
1839-41; Brimfield 1842-47; Second ch. Greenfield 1848-54; w.c. 
Rockford, 111. 1854-60; res. Batavia from 1860, p. 1860-66; U.S. 
coll'r Int. Rev. 1866-67; township sch. treas. 1862-92; d. Nov. 9, 
1893. 

Frederic William Isaac Pollard (name changed from Isaac Pollard) 
(1835-36) b. Boston Oct. 26, 1812; PA.; Union 1835; Gen. 
Theol. Sem. 1839; ord. (Epis.) deacon 1839; priest 1841; r. 
Trinity ch. Nantucket, Mass. 1841-44; asst min. ch. of Advent 
Boston 1844-47 and St. Stephen's ch. 1847-51; made profession 
of Rom. Cath. faith 1852; classical teacher, co-worker and cor. 
sec. Soc. St. Vincent de Paul, N.Y. City; res. Somerville, Mass.; 
Cambridgeport ; d. Mar. 18, 1889. 

James Rosamond (1835-36) b. Pendleton, S.C. Sept. 6, 1806; 
Miami 1833; Princ. Sem. 1836-37; Columbia Sem. S.C. 1838; 
h.m. Miss. 1838-41; Ga. 1842-50 and prin. acad. Monroe; ord. 
(Presb.) Newnan Oct. 22, 1849; h.m. and teacher Raleigh, Tenn. ; 
prof. Masonic Fern. Coll. Kosciusko, Miss. 1852-55; fern. coll. 
Starkville and h.m. ; after the war, prin. acad. Union City, Tenn. ; 
Parker Inst. Troy, Mo. ; Synod '1 Coll. Austin, Tex. ; co. high sch. 
Mesopotamia; res. Memphis, Tenn. from 1878; d. Apr. 23, 1889. 

George Sheldon (1835-36) b. Northampton, Mass. Oct. 2, 1813; 
Wms. 1835; prin. Orangeburg (S.C.) Sem. 1837-40; ord. (Presb.) 
Summerville June 13, 1841; p. Dorchester Indep. ch. St. George's 
Parish 1841-48; dist. sec. Amer. Bible Soc, res. Princeton, N.J. 
from 1848; d. June 16, 1881. D.D. Jeff. Coll. Pa. 1862. 

Samuel Howard Shepley (1835-36) b. Quincy, Mass. Mar. 5, 1810; 
Bowd. 1833; Bangor Sem. 1838; ord. Oct. 31, 1838; p. New 
Gloucester, Me. 1838-47; preceptor North Yarmouth Acad. 1847- 



174 ALUMNI 1838 

50; supt fern. sem. Steuben ville, 0. 1850-52; prin. fern. sem. 
Blairsville, Pa. 1852-65 and acad. from 1865; d. Nov. 17, 1874. 

Edward Josiah Stearns (1835-36) b. Bedford, Mass. Feb. 24, 1810; 
Amh. 1830-31; Harv. 1833; ord. (Epis.) deacon June 14, 1840; 
priest Dec. 24, 1843; prof. Jubilee Coll. 111. 1841-42; teacher 
Richmond, Va. 1842-43; r. Grace ch. Elk Ridge Landing, Md. 
1843-45; prof. Mod. Lang. Coll. of St. James, Md. 1845-46; 
teacher Baltimore 1846-47; r. St. Peter's ch. Ellicott City 1847- 
48; prof. Mod. Lang. St. John's Coll. Annapolis 1849-53; teacher 
Catonsville 1854-55, 1859-60 and 1864-65; sub-master Boston 
(Mass.) Latin Sch. 1&56-57; teacher Medford 1858; r. St. Paul's 
ch. Centreville, Md. 1862-63; Cambridge 1866-68, also teacher; 
chap. Md. Hospital for Insane, Baltimore 1869-70; r. St. Mary's 
Whitechapel Parish, Denton 1871-78; res. Easton from 1878; 
d. July 6, 1890. D.D. Hobart 1874. 

Caleb Strong (1835-36) b. Northampton, Mass. Jan. 31, 1816; Yale 
1835; Princ. Sem. 1836-37; Yale Sem. 1838; ord. Oxford, Ct. 
Oct. 16, 1838; p. Amer. Presb. ch. Montreal, Can. from 1839; d. 
Jan. 4, 1847. 

Thomas Benedict Sturges (1835-36) b. Bridgeport, Ct. May 9, 1810; 
Yale 1835; Yale Sem. 1838; a.p. Sackett's Harbor, N.Y. 1841^2; 
ord. June 8, 1842; p. Greenfield Hill, Fairfield, Ct. 1842-67 and 
w.c. from 1867; d. May 8, 1887. 

Homer Taylor (1835-38) b. Lempster, N.H. July 10, 1809; Dart. 
1834; d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, Aug. 1, 1838. 

Allen Hayden Weld (1835-37) b. Braintree, Vt. Sept. 7, 1812; Dart. 
1830-32; Yale 1834; prin. North Yarmouth (Me.) Acad. 1837-47; 
Cumberland Acad. Md. 1850-56; Tilden Fern. Sem. West Leb- 
anon, N.H. 1856-59; res. River Falls, Wis. from 1859; author of 
Latin text-books; d. Troy Oct. 18, 1882. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

John Humphrey Avery Class of 1837. 

Samuel Gilman Brown Class of 1837. 

Erasmus Darwin Eldredge Class of 1833. 

Henry Solomon Greene Class of 1837. 

Ephraim Scudder High (1835-36, 1837-38) Class of 1835. 

Francis Vergnies Pike (1836-38) Class of 1835. 

Charles Rockwell Class of 1834. 



ALUMNI 1839 175 

1839 

GRADUATES 

David Andrews b. South Dedham, Mass. Sept. 15, 1807; Amh. 1836; 
ord. Jan. 29, 1840; p. Pepperell 1840-50; Tiverton, R.I. 1851-57; 
Zumbrota, Minn. 1857-58; Wabasha 1858-60; in business Winona 
from 1860; d. Nov. 21, 1870. 

Daniel Hutchinson Babcock b. Williamsfield, O. Dec. 17, 1810; 
West. Res. 1836; ord. Nov. 7, 1839; p. Eastham, Mass. 1839-40; 
West Yarmouth 1840-41; Cohasset 1842-46; Salem, N.H. 1847- 
49; Harrisville 1850; Littleton, Mass. 1851-53; Manomet, Plym- 
outh 1853-59; Shirley 1860-63; First ch. Berkley 1864-66; North 
Troy, Vt. 1867-69; East Falmouth, Mass. 1869-71; West Towns- 
hend, Vt. from 1871; d. Jan. 14, 1873. 

Seth Warriner Banister b. Brookfield, Mass. Jan. 15, 1811; P.A.; 
Amh. 1835; ord. June 2, 1841; p. Hinsdale 1841-46; Carlisle 
1847-52; Smyrna, N.Y. 1852-53; Lyndon, Vt. 1853-54; First ch. 
Ware, Mass. 1855-57; railway postal clerk Boston and Albany 
R.R. res. West Brookfield from 1857; d. Newton Oct. 5, 1861. 

Timothy Green Brainerd b. Troy, N.Y. Jan. 24, 1808; Midd. 1826- 
27; Univ. Vt. 1827-28; Yale 1830; ord. Nov. 5, 1840; p. (Presb.) 
Londonderry, N.H. 1840-55; (Cong.) Halifax, Mass. 1855-65; 
res. Grinnell, Io. from 1866, p. Kellogg 1879-80; representative, 
Mass.; d. May 25, 1894. 

Amos Bullard b. Medway, Mass. July 13, 1807; Amh. 1833 and tutor 
1835-37; asst prin. Leicester Acad. 1839^1; ord. Oct. 26, 1843; 
p. Barre from 1843; d. Aug. 21, 1850. 

Josiah Leonard Case b. Johnstown, N.Y. Mar. 5, 1808; Union 1836; 
ord. Oct. 17, 1839; p. Kingston, N.H. 1839; d. Nov. 15, 1839. 

Jacob Chapman b. Tamworth, N.H. Mar. 11, 1810; Dart. 1835; prin. 
Bridgton (Me.) Acad. 1839-41; p. Pelham and Kingston, N.H. 
1842^13; ord. Fryeburg, Me. June 23, 1845; h.m. and teacher 
Myerstown, Pa. 1843-46; prof. Math. Franklin Coll. Pa. 1846- 
50; prin. acad. Harrisburg 1850-52; p. Marshall, 111. 1852-64; 
Onarga 186^65; South Paris, Me. 1865; Deerfield, N.H. 1866- 
72; Kingston 1872-79; w.c. Exeter from 1879; compiler of 
genealogies; d. June 5, 1903. 

John Edward Farwell b. Ashby, Mass. Dec. 9, 1809; Amh. 1836; 
Union Sem. 1837-38; ord. Ashby Oct. 30, 1839; p. Castine, Me. 
1841-43; Rochester, N.H. 1843-52; St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1852-54; 
Meredith Village, N.H. 1854-55; Pelham 1856-58; d. Fitchburg, 
Mass. Dec. 24, 1858. 

Nathaniel Breed Fox b. Hancock, N.H. Oct. 3, 1811; Dart. 1831-32; 
Amh. 1835; a.p. Dracut, Mass. 1839-40; ord. Aug. 25, 1841; 



176 ALUMNI 1839 

p. Granby, Can. 1840-44; city miss'y Worcester, Mass. 1845^6; 
res. Abington from 1846; d. Dec. 11, 1848. 

Charles Alonzo Gager b. Bozrah, Ct. Mar. 15, 1814; Yale 1835 and 
tutor 1837-39; res. lie. 1840; d. Cairo, Egypt Nov. 16, 1841. 

Wayne Gridley b. Clinton, N.Y. Nov. 12, 1811; Ham. 1836; ord. 
Sept. 25, 1839; p. Clinton from 1839; d. Nov. 23, 1846. 

Joseph Haven b. North Dennis, Mass. Jan. 4, 1816; Amh. 1835; 
Union Sem. 1836-37; ord. Nov. 6, 1839; p. Unionville (now Ash- 
land), Mass. 1839-46; Harvard ch. Brookline 1846-50; prof. Mor. 
Phil, and Met. Amh. 1850-58; prof. Sys. Theol. Chic. Sem. 1858- 
70; foreign travel 1870-71; lecturer, res. Chicago 1871-73; prof. 
Ment. and Mor. Phil. Chic. Univ. from 1873; author of books on 
philosophy; d. May 23, 1874. D.D. Marietta 1859, Amh. 1862; 
LL.D. Kenyon 1862. 

Henry Hurlburt b. New Hartford, N.Y. June 29, 1813; Geneva (now 
Hobart) Coll. (1834); stud, law; Yale Sem. 1837-38; a.p. Utica, 
Rome, Geneva, Palmyra, Rochester, N.Y., Painesville, O. 1841- 
46; Rutland, Vt. 1847-48; in business Utica, N.Y. 1848-54, 1856- 
70 and res. there after; in charge of state publications Albany 
185^56; in Custom House, N.Y. City 1870-72. 

Address 15 Court St. Utica, N.Y. 

George Leeds b. Boston Oct. 25, 1816; Harv. 1831-32; Amh. 1835; 
ord. (Epis.) deacon Apr. 14, 1839; priest Mar. 9, 1841; asst min. 
St. Peter's ch. Salem 1839-40 and r. 1853-60; preached Provi- 
dence, R.I., Jamaica Plain, Mass., Boston, Lowell 1840-42; r. 
Grace ch. Utica, N.Y. 1842-53; St. Peter's ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 
1860-67; Grace ch. Baltimore, Md. from 1867; d. Apr. 15, 1885. 
D.D. Trinity 1861. 

James Hervey Merrill b. Lyndeboro, N.H. Oct. 16, 1814; Dart. 
1834; teacher Fryeburg (Me.) Acad. 1835-37; ord. Nov. 26, 1839; 
p. Montague, Mass. 1839-56; West ch. Andover 1856-79 and w.c. 
from 1879; d. Oct. 30, 1886. 

William Page b. Atkinson, N.H. May 4, 1808 ; PA. ; Gilmanton 
(N.H.) Sem. 1838; ord. Nov. 4, 1840; p. Dracut, Mass. 1840-42; 
Hudson, N.H. 1842-52; Salem 1852-58; Bath 1858-60; w.c. 
Atkinson from 1860; d. Oct. 18, 1861. 

Josiah Peabody b. Topsfield, Mass. Jan. 7, 1807; Dart. 1836; ord. 
Clinton, N.Y. Sept. 25, 1839; p. Bolton, Mass. 1839^1; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Erzroom and Constantinople, Turkey 1841-60; p. 
Poquonock, Windsor, Ct. 1865-68; North Stamford from 1868; 
d. June 20, 1873. 

Samuel Leland Rockwood b. Sherborn, Mass. Nov. 16, 1810; Amh. 
1836; ord. Mar. 11, 1840; p. Hanson 1839-58 and 1872-77; North 
Weymouth 1858-71 and w.c. from 1877; d. Apr. 12, 1881. 



ALUMNI 1839 177 

Ashley Samson b. Cornwall, Vt. May 2, 1814; Midd. 1836; agt 
S.S. Union in Mo. from 1839; d. Fayette Oct. 19, 1840. 

James Andrus Blin Stone b. Piermont, N.H. Oct. 28, 1810; Midd. 
1834; ord. (Bapt.) Nov. 13, 1839; p. Gloucester, Mass. 1839-41; 
instructor Hebrew Newton Sem. 1841-42; res. Kalamazoo from 
1843, p. 1843-49 and Tabernacle ch. 1866-69; pres. and prof. 
Intell. and Mor. Phil. Kalamazoo Coll. 1843-63, also prof. Sys. 
Theol. and Bib. Interpretation, Theol. Inst. 1854-63; ed. and 
publisher Daily Telegraph; d. Detroit May 19, 1888. D.D. 
Madison (now Colgate) Univ. 1853. 

Charles William Treadwell b. Salem, Mass. June 25, 1816; Amh. 
1836; ord. (Presb.) Cohoes, N.Y. 1842; p. (Cong.) Moreau 1841- 
51; Theresa and Plessis 1851-63; (Presb.) Clarence, Io. 1863-75, 
also Wheatland 1863-69 often supplying ch. after; d. Wheatland 
July 4, 1888. 

Thomas Wright b. Bennington, Vt. Oct. 11, 1814; Wms. 1835; 
Princ. Sem. 1836-38; ord. (Presb.) July 29, 1840; p. Wolcott, 
N.Y. 1839-56; agt Amer. Tract Soc. Can. 1856 and Mich. 1856- 
60; p. Fentonville 1860-64, state supt Amer. S.S. Union 1864-78 
and miss'y from 1878. Address Fenton, Mich. 

Jeremiah Smith Young b. Whitestown, N.Y. Sept. 10, 1809; P.A.; 
ord. Nov. 20, 1839; p. First ch. Dover, N.H. 1839-^3; (North) 
Andover, Mass. 1843^44; in mfg business Portsmouth, N.H. and 
Ballardvale, Mass. 1844-52; projector Pacific Mills Lawrence, 
gen. agt and treas. 1852-56; res. Fall River from 1856; senator; 
d. Apr. 26, 1861. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Charles Chamberlain (1836-37) b. Holliston, Mass. Oct. 4, 1813; 
Brown 1836 and tutor 1837-38; Union Sem. 1838-39; h.m. O. and 
Ind. 1839^1; ord. July 8, 1842; p. Berkley, Mass. 1842-44; Free- 
town 1845-47; Newmarket, N.H. 1847-48; Mendon, Mass. 1848- 
50; Auburn 1851-53; Ashford, Ct. 1854-58; Eastford 1858-67; 
Oxford 1867-69; Redding 1869-71; Burlington 1871-74; East 
Granby from 1874; d. Mar. 30, 1881. 

John Orr Chandler (1836-37) b. Bedford, N.H. Jan. 1, 1816; Dart. 
1836; d. Matanzas, Cuba June 23, 1839. 

Nehemiah Cogswell Coffin (1836-37) b. Boscawen, N.H. Mar. 24, 
1815; Dart. 1836; Lane Sem. 1841; ord. (Presb.) Sept. 10, 1843; 
p. Fearing, O. 1842-45; Bethel and Bremen 1845-46; Hebron 
1846-51; teacher Granville Fern. Coll. 1851-52; p. Piqua 1852-60; 
w.c. Sandusky 1860-61; Marblehead from 1861; d. Jan. 9, 1868. 

John A. Collins (1836-39) from Manchester, Vt.; Midd. 1835-36; 
agt Anti-slavery Soc; d. 1857. 



178 ALUMNI 1839 

Elbridge Gerry Sutler (1836-37) b. Farmington, Me. May 12, 1812; 
Harv. 1834; Yale Sem. 1839; a.p. Phipsburg, Me. 1840-41; res. 
lie. 1842; ord. Jan. 15, 1842; p. Belfast from 1842; d. Reading, 
Pa. Apr. 28, 1846. 

Ebenezer Porter Dyer (1836-37) b. South Abington (now Whit- 
man), Mass. Aug. 15, 1813; Amh. 1829-30; Brown 1833; preceptor 
acad. Stow, Mass. 1837-38; ord. Sept. 25, 1839; p. Stow 1839-46; 
city miss'y Boston 1846-47; p. Hingham 1847-63; North Somer- 
ville 1864-67; Shrewsbury 1867-77; Hanover 1878-81; w.c. South 
Abington from 1881; d. Aug. 22, 1882. 

William Davis Ely (1838-39) b. Hartford, Ct. June 16, 1815; Yale 
1836 and res. grad. 1836-37; Yale Sem. 1837-38; tutor Yale 1839- 
42; lawyer Hartford 1843-56; Providence, R.I. from 1856. 

Address 1 Magee St. Providence, R.I. 

Thomas Parsons Emerson (1836-37) b. Parsonsfield, Me. May 17, 
1809; Bowd. 1836; Lane Sem. 1840; ord. (Presb.) ;*h.m. Io. 1840- 
42; Riley Creek, O.; Portageville 1854-56; McComb 1857-62; 
Kalida 1863-64; Mahomet, 111. 1865-70; d. Nov. 8, 1870. 

Alonzo Kimball (1836-37) b. Leroy, N.Y. Nov. 20, 1808; Union 1836; 
teacher in O. 1837-38; Paris, N.Y. 1838-39; Remsen 1839-40; 
prin. Lee (Mass.) Acad. 1840-46; in business Dalton 1847-48; 
Green Bay, Wis. from 1849; d. Aug. 7, 1900. 

William Harris Latham (1836-37) b. Lyme, N.H. Mar. 6, 1814; 
Dart. 1836; Lane Sem. 1837-38; physician Columbus, O. 1843^5 
and teacher State Inst'n for Educ. of Deaf and Dumb 1845-53; 
prof. Hist., Mor. Phil, and Civics, State Inst'n for Educ. of Deaf 
and Dumb, Indianapolis, Ind. 1853-1901; d. Apr. 5, 1904. M.D. 
Ohio Med. Coll. 1843. 

Parker Pillsbury (1838-39) b. Hamilton, Mass. Sept. 22, 1809; 
Gilmanton (N.H.) Sem. 1835-38; a.p. Loudon 1839-^0; agt Amer. 
Anti-slavery Soc. ; ed. Herald of Freedom Concord; Nat'l Anti- 
slavery Standard N.Y. City; lecturer on anti-slavery and later 
on woman's suffrage; res. Concord, N.H. from 1840; d. July 7, 
1898. 

Charles Emery Stevens (1836-39) b. Pembroke, N.H. Mar. 24, 1815; 
Dart. 1835; prin. Mountain Sem. Worthington, Mass.; ed. 
N.H. Statesman Concord 1846; prin. Fitchburg (Mass.) Acad. 
1847; high sch. Barre 1847-49 and ed. Patriot 1849-52; Daily 
^Transcript Worcester 1852; asst ed. Mass. Colonial Records 
Boston 1853-54 and lit. work 1855-58; asst reg'r Probate and 
Insolv. for Worcester Co. 1859-69 and reg'r 1869-84; lawyer 
Worcester from 1884; author of books of biography and local 
history; d. Dec. 13, 1893. 



ALUMNI 1839 179 

Samuel Rowley Thrall (1836-39) b. Rutland, Vt. Jan. 16, 1811; 
Midd. 1835; ord. Apr. 13, 1842; p. Wells River 1839-47, also 
Perkinsville 1839^2; Hubbardton 1848-52; Cuttingsville 1852- 
•53; Wethersfield, 111. 1854r-55; Tremont 1855-57; Bristol 1857-59; 
Rockport and Summer Hill 1859-65; La Harpe 1865-69; agt 
Amer. Bible Soc. Galesburg 1869-80 and res. there after; d. 
Feb. 27, 1894. 

Wellington Hart Tyler (1831-32, 1837-38) b. Harford, Pa. Oct. 14, 
1812; Amh. 1831 and tutor 1834-36; teacher Mercer Co. Ky. 1832- 
34; prin. acad. Manlius, N.Y. 1836-38; S.C. Fern. Colleg. Inst. 
Columbia 1840^1; founder Young Ladies' Inst. Pittsfield, Mass. 
and prin. 1841-53; in business N.Y. City; prin. Cincinnati (0.) 
Fern. Sem. 1862; d. Northwest River, Labrador, while on voyage 
for health, Aug. 19, 1863. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Benjamin Franklin Clark b. Lyndeboro, N.H. Feb. 23, 1808; Miami 
1833; Lane Sem. 1837; ord. Aug. 1, 1839; p. North Chelmsford, 
Mass. 1839-69 and w.c. from 1869; supt schools; senator; d. 
May 28, 1879. 

Eleazer Wells True Class of 1838. 

ADVANCED CLASS 

William Ives Budington b. New Haven, Ct. Apr. 21, 1815; Yale 
1834; Yale Sem. 1838; ord. Apr. 22, 1840; p. First ch. Charles- 
town, Mass. 1840-54; Western Presb. ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1854- 
55; Clinton Ave. Cong. ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1855-78; d. Nov. 29, 
1879. D.D. Amh. 1856. 

Ebenezer Burgess Class of 1837. 

Aaron Merrick Colton Abbot Resident. Class of 1838. 

George Washington Cressey Class of 1838. 

Allen Washington Dodge Abbot Resident. Class of 1838. 

Edward Alexander Lawrence Abbot Resident. Class of 1838. 

Edwin Leigh Class of 1838. 

James Means Abbot Resident. Class of 1838. 

Lumas Hoyt Pease b. Colebrook, Ct. June 20, 1811; Wms. 1835; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1838; a.p. Burlington 1840-41; ord. (Presb.) 
Cohoes, N.Y. Feb. 19, 1843; del. to Evang'l Alliance, London; 
spent several years abroad; p. (Cong.) Durham, .Ct. 1849-51; 
East Hampton 1856-58; Edinburg, N.Y. 1859-62; chap. 44th 
N.Y. Vols. Ellsworth Zouaves; U.S. Chr. Com. in Va. 1865; chap. 
Amer. Seamen's Friend Soc. Savannah, Ga. 1865-67, Mobile, Ala. 
1867-69 and New Orleans, La. from 1869; d. May 20, 1887. 



180 ALUMNI 1840 

Joseph Lewis Kiggs Class of 1836. 
Ed Richard Tucker Class of 1838. 
Charles Wilkes Wood Class of 1838. 



1840 

GRADUATES 

Samuel Phillips Abbott b. Brunswick, Me. Dec. 8, 1815 ; Bowd. 1836 ; 
ord. July 15, 1841; p. Houlton 1841^4; founder Little Blue Sen. 
Farmington and prin. from 1843; d. June 29, 1849. 

John Langdon Ashby b. Warner, N.H. Oct. 8, 1810; Amh. 1837; 
a.p. South Newmarket (now Newfields), N.H. 1840^41; ord. July 
7, 1841; p. First ch. York, Me. 1841-49; in Cal. 1849-51 and 
1859-60; p. Saccarappa, Me. 1851-58 and 1860-63; clerk Treas'y 
dept Washington 1863-76 and bookseller from 1876; d. Mar. 29, 
1881. 

William Bates b. Dedham, Mass. Jan. 19, 1816; Midd. 1837; res. 
lie. 1845; ord. Nov. 5, 1845; p. Northbridge, Mass. 1845-58; First 
ch. Falmouth from 1858; d. Sept. 9, 1859. Son of Joshua Bates, 
divinity student, page 29. 

Samuel Beane b. Lyman, N.H. Mar. 1, 1812 ; Dart. 1836 ; ord. July 7, 
1841; p. Great Falls, Somersworth 1841-44; Little Compton, R.I. 
1845-57; prin. fern. sem. Beloit, Wis. 1857-60; p. Norton, Mass. 
from 1860; d. May 8, 1865. 

Joel Blackmer b. Barnard, Vt. Apr. 11, 1810; Dart. 1834; prin. 
Bradford (Vt.) Acad. 1834-36; agt Univ. Vt. 1837; a.p. South 
Weymouth, Mass. 1840-41 ; res. lie. 1842 ; teacher Ridgebury, N.Y. 
1843^15; prin. Clinton Place Inst. N.Y. City; clerk Custom House 
N.Y. City from 1864; d. Staten Island Nov. 7, 1879. 

James Boutwell b. Lyndeboro, N.H. May 14, 1814; PA.; Dart. 1836; 
teacher Dunkirk, N.Y. 1837-38; res. lie. 1841; ord. Nov. 4, 1841; 
p. Brentwood, N.H. 1841-52; Sanbornton from 1852; d. Apr. 21, 
1865. 

James Churchill Bryant b. Easton, Mass. Apr. 8, 1812; Amh. 1836; 
ord. Oct. 28, 1840; p. Littleton 1840^5; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to 
Zulus, South Africa from 1846; d. Inanda Dec. 23, 1850. 

Rufus Freeman Buel b. Plymouth, N.Y. Nov. 5, 1812; Ham. Lit. 
and Theol. Inst'n 1835 and Theol. Dept 1837-38; ord. (Bapt.) 
Hamilton Jan. 23, 1841 ; miss 'y Amer. Bapt. Miss 'y Union Greece 
1841-55; teacher young ladies' sch. Providence, R.I. 1855-64; 
U.S. Chr. Com. 1864; Int. Rev. service Washington from 1865; 
d. Feb. 20, 1866. 



ALUMNI 1840 181 

James Davie Butler b. Rutland, Vt. Mar. 15, 1815; Midd. 1836; 
Yale Sem. 1836-37; tutor Midd. 1837-38; foreign travel with 
Prof. Park 1842^3; res. lie. 1844; a.p. West Newbury, Mass. 
1844; Burlington, Vt. 1845; prof. Anc. Lang, and Eng. Lit. Nor- 
wich Univ. 1845-47, also acting pres. 1846-47; ord. Oct. 14, 1847; 
p. Wells River 1847-51; (South) Danvers (now Peabody), Mass. 
1851-52; First Cong. ch. Cincinnati, 0. 1852-55; prof. Greek 
Wabash 1855-58; prof. Anc. Lang. Univ. Wis. 1858-67; travel 
in Europe, Asia, Africa and Sandwich Islands 1867-69; in 
Europe 1878-79 and 1884; around the world 1890-91; res. Madi- 
son, Wis. from 1858; curator Wis. Hist. Soc. 1860-89; lecturer; 
corres. Nation; published many addresses and historical papers; 
d. Nov. 20, 1905. LL.D. Middl 1862. 

Henry Callahan b. (North) Andover, Mass. Jan. 5, 1811; P.A.; 
Union 1836; teacher and preacher Central N.Y. 1840^3; ord. 
(Presb.) July, 1843; p. Niagara Falls 1840-49; Oxford 1850-61; 
chap. 119th N.Y. Vols. 1862-63; p. Franklin 1863-65, also 
instructor Del. Lit. Inst.; prin. Callahan Inst, (home sch. for 
boys) Franklin 1865-79 and res. there after; d. Feb. 7, 1888. 

Abel Aaron Case b. Austinburg, O. 1812; Kenyon 1833-34; in St. 
Johnsbury, Vt. 1841; ord. by Ebenezer Presb 'y Crittenden, Ky. 
Sept. 25, 1842; founder Inductive Sem. Greenup Co. Ky. and 
prin. from 1841, also h.m. p. Bethesda, Greenup Union and other 
churches; d. Austinburg, O. Oct. 16, 1851. 

Josiah Clark b. Leicester, Mass. Feb. 7, 1814; Yale 1833; res. lie. 
1841; assoc. preceptor Leicester Acad. 1841-46 and preceptor 
1846-49; prin. Williston Sem. Easthampton 1849-63; teacher 
private sch. Northampton 1863-75; prof. Latin and Greek Smith 
1875-76 and res. Northampton after; d. May 30, 1878. LL.D. 
Yale 1875. 

Joel Lyman Dickinson b. Granby, Mass. May 20, 1812; Amh. 1837; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1837-38; a.p. Chicopee, Mass., South Hadley, 
Northboro 1842^3; ord. Feb. 28, 1844; p. Northfield, Ct. 1844- 
51; Plainville 1851-58 and w.c. from 1858; d. July 13, 1867. 

Thomas Power Field b. Northfield, Mass. Jan. 12, 1814; Amh. 1834 
and tutor 1837-39; ord. Oct. 8, 1840; p. (South) Danvers (now 
Peabody) 1840-50; Second Presb. ch. Troy, N.Y. 1850-53; prof. 
Rhet., Orat. and Eng. Lit. Amh. 1853-56; p. First Cong. ch. 
New London, Ct. 1856-76; prof. Bibliog. and lib'n Amh. 1878, 
prof. Bib. Hist, and Interpretation and college pastor 1878-86, 
and res. Amherst after; d. May 16, 1894. D.D. Amh. 1861. 

Franklin Davenport Harris b. Philadelphia, Pa. Sept. 8, 1812; 
Univ. Pa. 1837; ord. (Presb.) Neshaminy, Oct. 7, 1840; h.m. 
Hublersburg 1840-47; Mt. Joy 1847-51; p. Bristol 1851-60; Port 
Byron, N.Y. 1861-67; Woodbury, N.J. 1867-76; w.c. Camden 
1876-90; Philadelphia, Pa. from 1890; d. Feb. 23, 1892. 



182 ALUMNI 1840 

Morris Holman b. Union, Ct. Feb. 11, 1811; Amh. 1837; h.m. Farm- 
ington Falls, Me. and Chesterville 1840-43, also res. lie. Bangor 
Sem. 1840-42; ord. Jan. 15, 1845; p. Second ch. York 1843-58; 
Kennebunkport 1858-63; Deering, N.H. 1863-74; w.c. Antrim 
from 1875; d. Aug. 25, 1889. 

William Bradford Homer b. Boston Jan. 31, 1817; PA.; Amh. 1836; 
ord. Nov. 11, 1840; p. South Berwick, Me. from 1840; volume of 
sermons published with memoir by Prof. Park; d. Mar. 22, 1841. 

Charles Coffin Jewett b. Lebanon, Me. Aug. 12, 1816; Brown 1835; 
prin. Day's Acad. Wrentham, Mass. 1840^41; lib'n Brown 1842- 
48, also prof. Mod. Lang, and Lit. 1843-48 (studying abroad 1843- 
46) ; lib'n Smithsonian Inst. Washington 1848-58; supt Pub. Lib. 
Boston from 1858; d. Braintree Jan. 9, 1868. 

Gideon Southworth Johnson b. Haverhill, Mass. Apr. 25, 1810 ; Dart. 
1835; ord. Haverhill Sept. 13, 1841; h.m. O. 1841-51; p. Seward, 
111. and Pecatonica 1851-55; w.c. Rockford 1858-67; Marion from 
1867; d. Dec. 25, 1888. 

James Tomb McCollom b. Salem, N.Y. Sept. 20, 1814; Dart. 1835 
and tutor 1837-38; ord. June 25, 1841; p. Pittston, Me. 1841-44; 
Great Falls, Somersworth, N.H. 1844-54; Bradford, Mass. 1854- 
65; First Trin. ch. Medford from 1865; d. Nov. 25, 1874. 

Josiah Wheelock Peet b. Enosburg, Vt. Sept. 11, 1808; Midd. 1836; 
ord. Dec. 15, 1841; p. Gardiner, Me. 1841^48; prin. Mt. Hope 
Sem. Fall River, Mass. 1849-59; res. Easthampton 1859-62; 
teacher Oshkosh, Wis. 1862-64; private sch. Kossuth, Io. 1866- 
67; h.m. Fontanelle 1867-80; res. Nevinville 1880-85; Monticello 
from 1885; d. Apr. 17, 1892. 

Samuel Peirce b. Haverhill, Mass. July 16, 1816; Dart. 1835; ord. 
Apr. 19, 1843; p. Atkinson, N.H. from 1842; d. Mar. 27, 1844. 

Jonas De Forest Richards b. Hartford, Vt. Dec. 28, 1809; Dart. 
1836; Lane Sem. 1837-38; Union Sem. 1838-39; ord. May 26, 
1841; p. Charlestown, N.H. 1840-51; Chester, Vt. 1853-57; 
Weathersfield 1857-62; prin. Ohio Fern. Sem. College Hill, O. 
1863-65; prof. Astron. and acting pres. Univ. Ala. 1869-72; 
senator; d. Mobile Dec. 2, 1872. 

George Phillips Smith b. Salem, Mass. Feb. 11, 1814; Amh. 1835; 
ord. June 17, 1841; p. South Woburn (now Winchester) 1841-45; 
First ch. Worcester from 1845; d. Salem Sept. 3, 1852. 

Aldace Walker b. Strafford, Vt. July 20, 1812; Dart. 1837; Yale 
Sem. 1837-39; ord. Dec. 30, 1840; p. West Rutland, Vt. 1840-62; 
Wallingford from 1862; trustee Midd.; d. July 24, 1878. D.D. 
Midd. 1867. 

Leonard Hemenway Wheeler b. Shrewsbury, Mass. Apr. 18, 1811; 
Midd. 1837; ord. Lowell, Mass. May 5, 1841; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 



ALUMNI 1840 183 

to Ojibwas, La Pointe, Wis. 1841-44 ; Odanah 1844-66; res. 
Beloit from 1866; d. Feb. 25, 1872. 

Daniel Wight b. Natick, Mass. Sept. 18, 1808; P. A.; Harv. 1837; 
res. lie. 1841; ord. Sept. 28, 1842; p. North" Scituate 1842-58; 
Boylston 1859-61; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Senecas, Cattaraugus 
Res'n, N.Y. 1862-63; p. Second eh. Ashburnham, Mass. 1863-71; 
res. Natick from 1871, lib'n Morse Inst. 1875-83; d. Dec. 21, 1895. 

Worcester Willey b. Campton, N.H. Sept. 1, 1808; Wms. 1835; a.p. 
South Wellfleet, Mass. 1840-41 ; res. lie. 1841 ; prin. Holmes Acad. 
Plymouth, N.H. 1841-43; ord. Campton Oct. 3, 1844; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. to Cherokees, Ind. Ter. 1844-60; res. Fort Gibson 
until 1870; Andover, Mass. from 1870; d. Mar. 31, 1899. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Thomas Bailey (1837-38) b. Little Compton, R.I. Sept. 27, 1808; 
Yale 1836; Yale Sem. 1838-39; a.p. (Presb.) Coldspring, N.Y.; 
d. Washington, D.C. July 15, 1850. 

Sylvanus Bates (1837-39) b. Randolph, Vt. Jan. 19, 1813; Midd. 
1837; prin. Royalton Acad. 1839-45; teacher La Grange (Ga.) 
High Sch. 1845-54 and 186S-66; prof. Latin and Greek Ogle- 
thorpe Univ. Midway 1866-68; prin. boys' sch. Macon 1854-64 
and Alexandria Free Sch. from 1868; d. May 28, 1883. 

Charles Cotesworth Pinckney Burnap (1837-38) b. Temple, N.H. 
Oct. 26, 1812; Amh. 1836; d. Holliston, Mass., while a member 
of Seminary, Dec. 30, 1838. 

Josiah Gardner Davis (1837-38) b. Concord, Mass. Feb. 23, 1815; 
Yale 1836; Union Sem. 1841; ord. May 22, 1844; p. Amherst, N.H. 
1844-80 and w.c. from 1880; mem. Const. Conv. ; trustee Dart.; 
d. Mar. 14, 1894. D.D. Dart. 1866. 

Edmund Fowler Dickinson (1837-38) b. Ludlow, Mass. Oct. 3, 1812; 
Amh. 1833-36; Union 1837; Union Sem. 1840 and res. lie. 1840- 
41; ord. May 17, 1843; p. Conneaut, 0. 1843-54; city miss'y 
Chicago, 111. from 1854 ; d. Jan. 3, 1889. 

Charles Backus McLean (1837-38) b. Simsbury, Ct. Aug. 23, 1815; 
Yale 1836; Union Sem. 1838-39; ord. Feb. 7, 1844; p. Collinsville, 
Ct. 1844-66; w.c. Wethersfield from 1866; d. Oct. 29, 1873. 

Alexander Montgomery (1837-38) b. Westfield, N.Y. July 24, 1808; 
Amh. 1837; Union Sem. 1838-39; ord. Springfield, Mass. July 23, 
1839; p. (Presb.) Maysville, N.Y. 1839-41; prin. Westfield Acad. 
1841^6; p. Beaver Dam, Wis. 1846-50; gen. agt Amer. Tract 
Soc. Chicago, 111. 1850-56; dist. sec. A.B.C.F.M. for the North- 
west 1855-57, res. Beloit, Wis. from 1855; d. Feb. 19, 1859. 

Joseph Peckham (1837-38) b. Bolton, Mass. Apr. 23, 1816; Amh. 
1837; Union Sem. 1842; ord. Nov. 30, 1842; p. Kingston, Mass. 



184 ALUMNI 1840 

1842-56; w.c. Cannon Falls, Minn. 1856-58; p. Chiltonville, 
Plymouth, Mass. 1858-59; Kingston 1859-80 and w.c. from 1880; 
representative and mem. Minn. Const. Conv. ; d. May 17, 1884. 

Philo Columbus Pettibone (1837-40) b. Stockholm, N.Y. Mar. 7, 
1814; Oneida Inst. 1837; ord. Jan. 8, 1841; p. (Presb.) Mercer, 
Pa. 1841^4; Trin. Cong. ch. Fitchburg, Mass. 184^45; Stock- 
holm, N.Y. 1845-56; Burlington, Wis. 1856-63; finan. agt Beloit 
1863-70, Chic. Sem. 1870; d. Chicago, 111. Sept. 10, 1870. 

Charles Chauncy Shackford (1839-40) b. Portsmouth, N.H. Sept. 26, 
1815; Harv. 1835; Union Sem. 1837-38; city miss'y Portsmouth 
1840H11; ord. May 19, 1841; p. (Unit.) Hawes Place ch. South 
Boston 1841-43; in business Burlington, Io. 1843-46; p. Lynn, 
Mass. 1846-64; prin. Concord Hall Sch. Boston 1865-71; prof. 
Rhet. and Lit. Cornell 1871-86 and emer.; res. Brookline, Mass. 
from 1886; d. Dec. 25, 1891. 

Ezra Currier Smith (1837-39) b. Gilmanton, N.H. Aug. 1, 1810; 
preached in Central N.Y. ; d. near Skaneateles July 25, 1844. 

Henry John Van Lennep (1837-38) b. Smyrna, Turkey Mar. 18, 
1815; Amh. 1837; ord. Amherst Aug. 27, 1839; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Smyrna, Constantinople, Tocat 1839-69; prof. Nat. Sci., Greek 
and Mod. Lang. Ingham Univ. N.Y. 1875-78; res. Great Barring- 
ton, Mass. from 1879; author of books of Oriental research; d. 
Jan. 11, 1889. D.D. Amh. 1862. 

Robert Ransom Wells (1837-38) b. Clinton, N.Y. Dec. 1812; Midd. 
1836; Western Theol. Sem. Pa. 1842-44; ord. (Presb.) 1845; 
p. (Cong.) South Bend, Ind. 1846-47; prin. acad. Belvidere, N.J.; 
acad. Shippensburg, Pa. 1854-56; teacher Govanstown, Md. 1857- 
59; Baltimore 1860-66; p. Healdsburg, Cal. 1870-72; res. San 
Francisco from 1872; city miss'y; p. Bolinas 1880-82; d. 
San Francisco Oct. 18, 1882. 

Alphonso Wood (1837-38) b. Chesterfield, N.H. Sept. 17, 1810; 
Dart. 1834; teacher Kimball Union Acad. Meriden 1834t49; civil 
eng. Cleveland, 0. 1850-52; pres. Ohio Fern. Coll. College Hill 
1852-57; prof. Fern. Coll. Terre Haute, Ind. 1857-60; prin. 
Clinton Fern. Sem. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1860-65; res. West Farms 
from 1867; prof. Coll. of Pharmacy of City of N.Y. 1878-81; 
author of text-books in botany; d. Jan. 4, 1881. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Charles Adams b. Stratham, N.H. Jan. 24, 1808; Bowd. 1833; ord. 
(Meth.) deacon July 7, 1833; elder July 12, 1835; p. Lynn, Mass. 
1840^1; prin. Wesleyan Acad. Wilbraham 1841^5; p. Bromfield 
St. ch. Boston 1845^6; prof. Hebrew and Greek Meth. Gen. Bib. 
Inst. Concord, N.H. 1847-49; p. Lowell, Mass. 1849-50; Cam- 
bridge 1851-52; Cincinnati, 0. 1855-56; Xenia 1857; pres. 111. 



ALUMNI 1841 185 

Fern. Coll. Jacksonville 1858-68; res. Washington, D.C. from 
1868, clerk P.O. dept 1871-84; author; d. Jan. 19, 1890. D.D. 
McKendree Coll. 111. 1862. 

Aaron Merrick Colton Abbot Resident. Class of 1838. 

Henry Luce Deane Class of 1837. 

Charles Alonzo Gager Class of 1839. 

Alonzo Gray Class of 1838. 

Stedman Wright Hanks b. Mansfield, Ct. Sept. 6, 1811; Yale 1833- 
34; Amh. 1837; Yale Sem. 1837-38; Union Sem. 1838-39; ord. 
Mar. 20, 1840; p. John St. ch. Lowell, Mass. 1840-53 and res. 
there 1853-69; dist. sec. Amer. Seamen's Friend Soc. Boston and 
sec. Boston Seamen's Friend Soc. from 1853; res. Cambridge 
from 1869; author of li Black Valley Railroad"; representative 
from Lowell; d. Clifton Heights, Marblehead Aug. 23, 1889. 

Henry Neill b. Philadelphia, Pa. Oct. 16, 1815; Univ. Pa. 1830-33; 
Amh. 1834; Lane Sem. 1839; ord. Apr. 16, 1840; p. Hatfield, 
Mass. 1840-46; Lenox 1846-54; Fort St. Presb. ch. Detroit, Mich. 
1854-57 and Westminster ch. 1857-61; Geneseo, N.Y. 1862-66; 
(Cong.) West Stockbridge, Mass. 1867-69; (Presb.) New Bruns- 
wick, N.J. 1869-71; Hopewell, S.C. 1871-72; res. Philadelphia, 
Pa. from 1872, p. Bryn Mawr 1872-73; d. Apr. 21, 1879. D.D. 
Amh. and Centre Coll. Ky. 1868, N.Y. Univ. 1870. 

Moses Mighels Smart b. (North) Parsonsfield, Me. May 18, 1812; 
Waterville 1836; Bangor Sem. 1839; ord. (Free Bapt.) 1838; 
prin. Theol. Sch. Parsonsfield 1840-42, of same inst. removed to 
Dracut, Mass. 1842-44 and removed to Whitesboro, N.Y. 1844- 
49; p. Russia, N.Y. ; instructor Anc. Lang. Whitesboro Sem.; 
d. Whitesboro Oct. 2, 1885. M.D. Central Med. Coll. N.Y. 1850. 



1841 

GRADUATES 

Robert Atkinson b. Ballina, Ireland 1813; PA.; N.Y. Univ; Union 
Sem. 1838-40; a.p. Taunton, Mass. 1841-42; d. N.Y. City June, 
1842. M.D. Univ. Dublin 1833. 

William Metcalfe Birchard b. Bozrah, Ct. Feb. 14, 1810; Yale 1837; 
ord. Oct. 25, 1843; p. Bozrah 1842-48; Eastford 1852-53; Hebron 
1853-54; Broad Brook, East Windsor 1854-58; Feeding Hills, 
Agawam, Mass. 1860-63; Voluntown, Ct. and Sterling 1864-68; 
Montville 1868-71; w.c. Washington, D.C. 1871-78; Montville, 
Ct. from 1879; d. Mar. 20, 1883. 

Joshua Rogers Brown b. Stonington, Ct. June 14, 1812; Yale 1836- 
38; Yale Sem. 1838-40; ord. May 21, 1845; p. Goshen 1845-52; 
East Longmeadow, Mass. from 1854; d. Sept. 7, 1858. 



186 ALUMNI 1841 

Joseph Andrew Canfield b. East Haddam, Ct. Apr. 11, 1813 ; Oneida 
Inst. N.Y. 1838; a.p. (Presb.) Belleville, N.Y. 1841-42; Dexter 
1842-43; ord. Sept. 17, 1845; p. Chaumont 1842-63, also Lafarge- 
ville 1843^7; chap. State Prison Dannemora 1863-69 and Sing 
Sing 187^76; p. (Cong.) Antwerp 1869-74; (Presb.) Theresa 
1877-85 ; w.c. Oswego ; Antwerp ; San Antonio, Tex. ; Elmira, N.Y. 
from 1894; d. Arlington, N.J. Oct. 16, 1899. 

Lewis Franklin Clark b. Southampton, Mass. Sept. 11, 1812; Amh. 
1837; ord. June 1, 1842; p. Whitinsville from 1842; d. Oct. 13, 
1870. 

Theodore Jarvis Clark b. Northampton, Mass. Feb. 14, 1815; Wms. 
1836; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1837-38; ord. Oct. 11, 1842; p. Cumming- 
ton, Mass. 1841-59; Bernardston 1859-61 and 1885-88; Ashfield 
1861-65; Northfield 1865-80 and w.c. 1888-94; res. Manchester, 
Vt. 1881-85, p. Peru 1882-84; res. Brattleboro 1894-96; d. Spring- 
field, Mass. Aug. 23, 1896. 

George Washington Cleaveland b. Salem, Mass. Dec. 21, 1815; 
Bowd. 1837; a.p. First ch. Marblehead, Mass. 1841^2; ord. 
Orleans Sept. 27, 1843; p. (Presb.) Waterford, Pa. 1842-49; 
Harbor Creek from 1849; d. May 22, 1893. 

David Coggin b. Tewksbury, Mass. Sept. 14, 1816; PA.; Dart. 1836; 
ord. May 11, 1842 ; p. Westhampton, Mass. from 1842 ; d. Apr. 28, 
1852. 

William Hunter Conkey from New Haven, Vt. ; Midd. 1837; teacher 
in Ala. 1837-38 and in S.C. after 1841; d. New Haven Mar. 8, 

1847. 

Moses Kimball Cross b. Danvers, Mass. Sept. 24, 1812; PA.; Amh. 
1838; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1838-40; ord. Feb. 2, 1842; p. Palmer, 
Mass. 1842-49; First ch. South Deerfield 1850-54; Tipton, Io. 
1855-65; Washington 1865-67; Waverly 1867-71; w.c. Waterloo 
from 1872 ; director Chic. Sem. ; d. Mar. 12, 1902. 

Samuel Chenery Damon b. Holden, Mass. Feb. 15, 1815; Amh. 1836; 
Princ. Sem. 1837-38; ord. Holden Sept. 15, 1841; chap. Amer. 
Seamen's Friend Soc. Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands from 1841, 
also ed. Friend; d. Feb. 7, 1885. D.D. Amh. 1868. 

George Thurlow Dole b. Byfield, Newbury, Mass. Oct. 30, 1808; 
Yale 1838; Yale Sem. 1838-40; ord. Oct. 6, 1842; p. Washington 
St. ch. Beverly, Mass. 1842-51; North Woburn 1852-55; Lanes- 
boro 1856-63; teacher Williams Acad. Stockbridge 1863-64 and 
p. Curtisville 1864^72; res. Stockbridge,. preaching there and at 
South Lee 1872-75; res. Reading from 1875; d. Mar. 26, 1884. 

Isaac Groot Duryee b. Schenectady, N.Y. July 29, 1810; PA.; 
Union 1838; Yale Sem. 1839-40; ord. July 13, 1842; p. (Ref. 
Dutch) Fallsburg, N.Y. 1842-51; Glenham 1851-52; Schenectady 



ALUMNI 1841 187 

1852-58; Port Jackson 1859-62; chap. 81st N.Y. Vols. 1862-66; 
d. Schenectady Feb. 8, 1866. 

Thomas Abbott Farley b. Hollis, N.H. July 8, 1813; Amh. 1838; 
d. Hollis, while a member of Seminary, Aug. 26, 1841. 

Luther Farnham b. Concord, N.H. Feb. 5, 1816; P.A.; Dart. 1837; 
res. lie. Bangor Sem. 1842-43; ord. Nov. 20, 1844; p. Northfield, 
Mass. 18 11 1 5; res. Boston from 1845; asst ed. Christian Alliance 
1845-47; ed'l work N.Y. City 1849-61; sup. temporarily vari- 
ous churches in vicinity 1847-67; lib'n N.E. Hist. Gen'l Soc. 
1854-56; sec. Southern Aid Soc. 1855-61; chief promoter Gen. 
Theol. Lib. and sec. from 1862; d. Mar. 15, 1897. 

David Gibbs b. Banff, Scot. June 25, 1814; Dart. 1838; ord. Sept. 27, 
1842; p. Russelltown (now Franklin Centre), Can. 1841-45; 
Granby from 1845; d. Mar. 16, 1848. 

Mark Gould b. Wilton, Me. Dec. 2, 1811; Bowd. 1837; prin. George- 
town (0.) Fern. Sem. 1842-^3; teacher Felicity 1844-45; prin. 
prep, dept Central Coll. Blendon, 0., also p. 1846, h.m. Hunting- 
ton 1847-48; Wadsworth 1848-49; teacher Cuyahoga Falls 1850 
ord. Oct. 8, 1851; p. Andover, Me. 1851-58; Standish 1858-62 
West Minot and Monmouth 1863-64; Chichester, N.H. 1864-72 
Nelson 1872-77; w.c. Ashburnham, Mass. 1877-82; Worcester 
from 1882; d. Aug. 7, 1896. 

Henry Laurens Hammond b. Smyrna, N.Y. Feb. 14, 1815; Ober. 
1838; Union Sem. 1839-40; ord. Dec. 8, 1841; p. Kingston, Mass. 
1841-42; (Presb.) Homer, Mich. 1842^4; First Cong. ch. Detroit 
1844-47; Morrisville, N.Y. 1848-50; Grand Rapids, Mich. 1851- 
56; res. Chicago, 111. from 1856; ed. Cong. Herald 1857-61; p. 
Princeton 1861-62; treas. Chic. Sem. 1862-72; in business from 
1872; d. Evanston Mar. 3, 1893. 

James Holmes b. Londonderry, N.H. Apr. 14, 1811; Dart. 1838; 
Lane Sem. 1839^0; ord. June 22, 1842; p. (Presb.) Watertown, 
O. 1842^L6; (Cong.) Auburn, N.H. 1846-69; Bennington 1869-83 
and w.c. from 1883; d. Aug. 11, 1888. 

Benjamin Franklin Hosford b. Thetford, Vt. Nov. 11, 1817; Dart. 
1838; res. lie. 1842; ord. May 21, 1845; p. Centre ch. Haverhill, 
Mass. 1845-63 and w.c. from 1863; d. Aug. 10, 1864. 

John Humphrey b. Fairfield, Ct. Mar. 17, 1816; Amh. 1835; Theol. 
Inst. Ct. in 1837; tutor Amh. 1837-39; ord. Nov. 30, 1842; p. 
Winthrop ch. Charlestown, Mass. 1842-47; (Presb.) Binghamton, 
N.Y. 1849-54; prof, elect Mor. Phil. Ham. 1854; d. Pittsfield, 
Mass. Dec. 2, 1854. Son of Dr. Heman Humphrey, visitor. 

Isaac Jennings b. Trumbull, Ct. July 24, 1816; Yale 1837; Yale Sem. 
1838-40; ord. June 14, 1843; p. Akron, O. 1843^7; First ch. 
Stamford, Ct. 1847-53; First ch. Bennington, Vt. from 1853; 
d. Aug. 25, 1887. 



188 ALUMNI 1841 

James Robertson Keiser b. Waynesboro, Va. Sept. 29, 1813; Pa. 
Coll. 1838; ord. by Evang'l Luth. Synod of Va. May 3, 1842; 
p. New Germantown, N.J. 1842-48; Schoharie, N.Y. 1849-56; 
gen. agt Amer. Tract Soc. Plainfield, N.J. 1856-58; p. Gettys- 
burg, Pa. 1858-61; Dixon, 111. 1861-64; dist. sec. Amer. S.S. 
Union, N.J. 1864-67; p. (Presb.) Theresa, N.Y. 1867-69; w.c. 
Dinwiddie Co. Va. from 1869; d. Chesterfield Oct. 12, 1872. 

Charles Kellogg b. Hudson, N.Y. Mar. 31, 1816; N.Y. Univ. 1839; 
Union Sem. 1839-40; ord. Nov. 10, 1841; p. Richmond (now 
Memphis), Mich. 1841-46; Almont 1846-56; lawyer, judge pro- 
bate Almont; in business Detroit from 1862; d. Mar. 14, 1897. 

Henry Kingsley b. Canajoharie, N.Y. Nov. 3, 1809; Midd. 1838; 
a.p. Sudbury, Vt. 1841-42; h.m. Ind. 1844; a.p. Clarendon, Vt. 
1845; bookseller Brandon 1846-56; res. Middlebury from 1856, 
dentist 1857-76; d. Mar. 28, 1894. 

Thomas Laurie b. Craigleith, Scot. May 19, 1821; 111. Coll. 1838; 
ord. Jacksonville, 111. Mar. 6, 1842; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Nes- 
torians, Persia 1842-44; Syria 1844-46; p. Winthrop ch. Charles- 
town, Mass. 1847; South Hadley 1848-51; West Roxbury 1851- 
67; High St. ch. Providence, R.I. 1868-69, Pilgrim ch. 1869-85 
and emer. ; author of books of missionary biography; d. Oct. 10, 
1897. D.D. Wms. 1865. 

Robert Coit Learned b. New London, Ct. Aug. 31, 1817; Yale 1837; 
Yale Sem. 1838-40; h.m. O. 1841-43; ord. Sept. 23, 1843; p. 
(Presb.) Twinsburg 1843-46; (Cong.) Canterbury, Ct. 1847-58; 
Berlin 1858-61; Plymouth 1861-65 and w.c. from 1865; d. Apr. 
19, 1867. 

John King Lord b. Amherst, N.H. Mar. 22, 1819; Dart. 1836; ord. 
Nov. 3, 1841; p. Hartford, Vt. 1841-47; First Cong. ch. Cincin- 
nati, O. from 1847; d. July 13, 1849. Son of Nathan Lord, class 
of 1815. 

George Lyman b. Westhampton, Mass. Nov. 19, 1812; Amh. 1837; 
teacher Va. 1842-44; a.p. South Deerfield, Mass. 1844r-45 and 1848- 
49; Charlemont 1845-46; Norwich (now Huntington) 1846-47; 
ord. Nov. 12, 1851; p. Sutton 1851-67; South Amherst 1869-73 
and w.c. 1875-90; Riverside, Cal. from 1890; d. Jan. 3, 1903. 

Anson McLoud b. Hartland, Ct. June 22, 1813; Yale 1838; Union 
Sem. 1839-40; ord. Dec. 8, 1841; p. Topsfield, Mass. 1841-69 and 
res. there after, lib'n public lib. from 1875; p. Madison, N.Y. 
1870; Barkhamsted, Ct. 1871; representative; d. Topsfield Feb. 
21, 1883. 

William Murdock b. West Boylston, Mass. July 3, 1813; Amh. 1837; 
ord. Dec. 1, 1841; p. Candia, N.H. 1841-53; Boylston, Mass. 
1857-59; w.c. West Boylston from 1861; d. Nov. 13, 1879. 



ALUMNI 1841 189 

Charles Peabody b. Peterboro, N.H. July 1, 1810; Wms. 1838; ord. 
Dec. 8, 1841; p. Biddeford, Me. 1841-43; Barrington, R.I. 1843- 
46; Ashford, Ct. 1846-50; Windsor, Mass. 1850-54; North Pownal, 
Vt. 1854-57; Biddeford, Me. 1857-66; Eliot 1866-69; Epsom, 
N.H. 1869-72; Ashburnham, Mass. 1872-75; w.c. Longmeadow 
from 1877; d. Feb. 9, 1896. 

Aaron Gaylord Pease b. Canaan, Ct. Feb. 22, 1811; Univ. Vt. 1837; 
ord. June 21, 1842; p. Pittsford, Vt. 1842-45; Poultney and 
Royalton 1845^7; Waterbury 1847-53; Norwich 1853-57 and 
teacher family sch. 1858-60; state com'r to establish Vt. Reform 
Sch. Waterbury, and first supt 1866-69; res. Rutland from 1869; 
representative; d. Aug. 7, 1877. 

Whitman Peck b. Greenwich, Ct. May 16, 1815; Yale 1838; Union 
Sem. 1838-40; a.p. Erving, Mass. 1841^2; Gustavus, O. 1842-43; 
ord. Feb. 27, 1844; p. (Presb.) Genoa, N.Y. 1844-49; (Cong.) 
Auburn, Mass. 1849-50; North Branford, Ct. 1851-55; teacher 
North Greenwich 1856-58; Newark, Del. 1859-61; Ridgefield, Ct. 
1862-64; Fishkill, N.Y. 1865-68; New Haven, Ct. 1868-74 and 
res. there 1874-84; Poughkeepsie, N.Y. from 1884; d. Nov. 9, 1894. 

Emery Moulton Porter b. Rye, N.H. Apr. 1, 1815; P.A.; Harv. 
1838; Yale Sem. 1839^0; ord. (Epis.) deacon June 19, 1842; 
priest Nov. 8, 1843; r. St. Paul's ch. Bradley ville and Trinity ch. 
Milton, Ct. 1842-44; Christ ch. Lonsdale, R.I. 1845-48; ch. of 
Ascension Fall River, Mass. 1849-63; w.c. Providence, R.I. 1863- 
70; Lonsdale from 1870; d. Dec. 12, 1880. 

Rensselaer David Chanceford Robbins b. Wardsboro, Vt. Dec. 23, 
1811; Midd. 1835 and tutor 1839; res. lie. 1841-44; lib'n And. 
Sem. 1841-48; prof. Lang. Midd. 1848-72; res. Newton High- 
lands, Mass. from 1872; pub. rev. ed'n Stuart's Commentaries 
and classical text-books; d. Nov. 3, 1882. D.D. Midd. 1882. 

George Berkley Rowell b. Cornish, N.H. Jan. 22, 1815; Amh. 1837; 
ord. Cornish Oct. 22, 1841; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. and teacher Kauai, 
Hawaiian Islands 1842-64; p. native ch. Kauai from 1865; d. 
June 15, 1884. 

Richard Thurston Searle b. Rowley (now Georgetown), Mass. Apr. 2, 
1814; P.A.; Union 1835; ord. May 8, 1845; p. Middleton, Mass. 
1845-47; res. lie. 1847; p. Henniker, N.H. 1847-50; New Marl- 
boro, Mass. 1852-62; Harwinton, Ct. 1864-65; Thomaston 1865- 
66; (Presb.) Liverpool, N.Y. 1860-68; (Cong.) Thetford, Vt. 
1868-73; Windsor 1874-78 and res. there after; d. Danvers, Mass. 
June 30, 1880. 

Rasselas Lowe Sears b. Bristol, N.Y. May 25, 1811; Union 1838; 
prin. acad. Marshall, Mich. 1841-42; ord. Oct. 1842; h.m. (Presb.) 
Lima and Greenfield, Ind. from 1842; d. Lima May 11, 1844. 

William Henry Sheldon b. Southampton, Mass. Feb. 24, 1816; Yale 
1837; d. Southampton Sept. 7, 1841. 



190 ALUMNI 1841 

John Curtis Smith b. Williamstown, Vt. Sept. 24, 1812; Midd. 1838; 
ord. Paxton, Mass. Sept. 29, 1841; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Ceylon 
1841-70; res. Winchester, N.H. from 1874; d. Hartford, Ct. 
Mar. 21, 1884. 

Elijah Withington Tucker b. Dorchester, Mass. Mar. 31, 1810; 
P.A.; Amh. 1833-35; Brown 1838; Newton Sem. 1839-40; ord. 
Sept. 15, 1841; p. South Newmarket (now Newfields), N.H. 1841- 
45; Chatham, Mass. 1846-52; Essex, Ct. 1852-53; Goshen 1853- 
58; Preston 1858-65; Northfield from 1865; d. July 6, 1866. 

Thomas Ezra Turner b. Montville, Ct. May 17, 1812; Oneida Inst. 
N.Y. 1838; prin. acad. Dundee, N.Y. 1841-45; prin. Starkey Sem. 
1845-47 ; teacher Byron, 111. 1848-53 ; Quasqueton, Io. from 1854 ; 
representative, Io. ; d. Jan. 3, 1861. 

WiUiam Walker b. Versljire, Vt. Oct. 3, 1808; Midd. 1834-35; 
Amh. 1838; ord. Greensboro, Vt. Nov. 4, 1841; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Gaboon, West Africa 1841-71; in service A.B.C.F.M. in U.S. 
1872-77; miss'y Presb. Board For. Missions Gaboon 1877-83; 
translated Bible and hymn book into Mpongwe; res. Milton, Wis. 
from 1883, p. 1888-91 ; d. Dec. 8, 1896. 

William Walter Woodworth b. Middletown (now Cromwell), Ct. 
Oct. 16, 1813; Yale 1838; Yale Sem. 1839^40; ord. July 6, 1842; 
p. Berlin, Ct. 1842-52; Waterbury 1852-58; Mansfield, O. 1858- 
60; Olivet ch. Springfield, Mass. 1860-62; Plymouth 1862-64; 
Painesville, O. 1864-66; Belchertown, Mass. 1866-70; Grinnell, 
Io. 1870-75; Berlin, Ct. from 1876; d. June 14, 1890. D.D. Iowa 
1879. 

Edwin Swift Wright b. Bethany, Pa. Mar. 31, 1815; Union 1838; 
teacher Va. 1843-44; ord. Jan. 7, 1846; p. Acworth, N.H. 1845- 
55; Second Presb. ch. Newark, N.J. 1855-56; Fredonia, N.Y. 
1856-70; Ripley 1872-83; w.c. Amherst, Mass. from 1883; d. 
Nov. 28, 1888. D.D. Rochester 1860. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Ephraim Williams Allen (1838-39) b. Newburyport, Mass. Oct. 9, 
1813; Amh. 1838; Yale Sem. 1841; ord. May 17, 1843; p. North 
Reading, Mass. 1843-52; Howard St. ch. Salem 1852-57; South 
Berwick, Me. 1858-66; West ch. Haverhill, Mass. 1867-76; North 
Middleboro 1877-83; North Falmouth 1883-85; East Taunton 
1885-90; w.c. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1890-96; d. Newark, N.J. May 17, 
1896. 

James Birney (1838-39) b. Huntsville, Ala. June 7, 1817; Miami 
1836; Yale Sem. 1841; ord. June 14, 1842; p. Mt. Carmel, Ham- 
den, Ct. 1842-46; lawyer Cincinnati, O. 1847-57; Bay City, Mich, 
from 1857; U.S. Minister at The Hague 1876-82; d. May 8, 1888. 



ALUMNI 1841 191 

Erasmus Irvin Carpenter (1838-39) b. Waterford, Vt. Apr. 29, 
1808; Univ. Vt. 1837; ord. Dec. 13, 1842; p. Littleton, N.H. 
1842-57; Barre, Vt. 1857-67; Berlin 1867-69 and agt Vt. Bible 
Soc. 1869-74; p. Swanzey, N.H. from 1874; d. Feb. 10, 1877. 

William Rogers Chapman (1838-39) b. Bethel, Me. Feb. 26, 1812; 
Bowd. 1833-35; Dart. 1837; Yale Sem. 1841; ord. Sept. 8, 1841; 
p. Garden St. (later Green St.) ch. Boston 1841-47; Eighth St. 
Presb. ch. N.Y. City 1847-49; Aurora 1850-54; (Cong.) Hanover, 
Mass. from 1854; d. Oct. 25, 1855. 

Rufus Wheelwright Clark (1838-39) b. Newburyport, Mass. Dec. 17, 
1813; Yale 1838; Yale Sem. 1839-40; ord. Jan. 7, 1842; p. Second 
Presb. ch. Washington, D.C. 1842; (Cong.) Portsmouth, N.H. 
1842-51; Maverick ch. East Boston 1851-57; South ch. Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 1857-62; First Ref. Dutch ch. Albany 1862-83; w.c. Tomp- 
kinsville from 1883; author of religious books; d. Nantucket, 
Mass. Aug. 9, 1886. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1862. 

Hercules Rice Dunham (1838-39) b. Jackson, N.Y. Sept. 26, 1815; 
Union 1838; Yale Sem. 1841; ord. Jan. 11, 1843; p. (Presb.) 
Cortland ville, N.Y. 1843-56; Galena, 111. from 1857; d. Apr. 29, 
1858. 

Andrew Seymour Flower (1838-39) b. Parishville, N.Y. Aug. 13, 
1813; Midd. 1838; teacher Ala. 1840^4; lawyer Mansfield, La.; 
d. "at mouth of Red River' ' Aug. 17, 1855. 

Eden Burroughs Foster (1838-40) b. Hanover, N.H. May 26, 1813; 
Dart. 1837; ord. Aug. 18, 1841; p. Henniker 1841-47; Pelham 
1848-53; West Springfield, Mass. 1861-66; John St. ch. Lowell 
1853-61, 1866-78 and emer. ; d. Apr. 11, 1882. D.D. Wms. 1861. 

Benjamin Griswold (1838-39) b. Randolph, Vt. Aug. 13, 1811; Dart. 
1837; Yale Med. Sch. 1840-41; Yale Sem. 1841; ord. Randolph 
Sept. 2, 1841; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Cape Palmas, Africa 1841-43; 
Gaboon from 1843; d. July 14, 1844. 

David Greene Haskins (1838-39) b. Boston May 1, 1818; Harv. 
1837; preceptor Portland (Me.) Acad. 1841-44; teacher Rox- 
bury, Mass. 1844-46, also stud, theol. with Dr. Mark A. D. W. 
Howe; ord. (Epis.) deacon Apr. 29, 1847; priest June 26, 1848; 
• r. Grace ch. Medford 1847-52; prin. Concord Hall Sch. Boston 
1852-62; r. ch. of Epiphany Brighton 1862-66; chap. McLean 
Asylum Somerville 1868-69; r. St. John's ch. Arlington 1875-80; 
min. St. Bartholomew's Mission Cambridgeport 1889-96; res. 
Cambridge from 1862; d. May 11, 1896. D.D. Columb. 1877. 

Leonard Hawes (1837-38, 1839-40) b. Weld, Me. Dec. 12, 1808; 
Bowd. 1836; res. Weld; d. Nov. 3, 1876. 

Roswell Dwight Hitchcock (1838-39) b. East Machias, Me. Aug. 15, 
1817; Amh. 1836; teacher PA/ 1838-39; tutor Amh. 1839-42; 



192 ALUMNI 1841 

res. lie. 1843; a.p. Waterville, Me. 1844-45; ord. Nov. 19, 1845; 
p. First ch. Exeter, N.H. 1845-52 (studying in Ger. 1847-49) ; 
prof. Nat. and Rev. Relig. Bowd. 1852-55; prof.. Ch. Hist. Union 
Sem. 1855-80 and pres. from 1880; assoc. ed. Amer. Theol. Re- 
view, Johnson's Encyclopedia and hymn books; trustee Amh.; 
d. Somerset, Mass. June 16, 1887. D.D. Bowd. 1855; LL.D. 
Wms. 1873, Univ. Edinburgh 1884, Harv. 1886. 

Samuel Stillman Leighton (1838-40) b. Westford, Mass. Oct. 18, 
1809; P.A.; Union 1838; ord. (Bapt.) Aug. 25, 1841; p. Andover, 
Mass. 1841-42; West Bridgewater 1842-43; China, Me. 1843; 
Leeds 1843-45; Newton Upper Falls, Mass. 1845^7; Sanbornton, 
N.H. 1847-49; Bow 1849-51; Londonderry 1852-56; w.c. West 
Townsend, Mass. from 1856; d. July 4, 1860. 

Henry Lorenzo Low (1838-39) b. Concord, N.H. Sept. 10, 1817; 
Dart. 1836; tutor Geneva (now Hobart) Coll. N.Y. 1839-43, prof. 
Anc. Lang, and Lit. 1848-49; teacher classical sch. Milwaukee, 
Wis. 1843-44; stud, in Europe 1845-47; ord. (Epis.) deacon June 
18, 1848; priest; r. St. Andrew's ch. Hopkinton, N.H. from 1850; 
d. Somerville, Mass. Apr. 26, 1852. 

Robert McMath (1838-39) b. Romulus, N.Y. Feb. 26, 1815; Union 
1838; Lane Sem. 1841; h.m. Lodi, Mich. 1841-42; ord. June 1, 
1843; p. Farmington 1842-45; (Presb. and Cong.) Salem 1845- 
46; (Presb.) Three Rivers 1846-49; Otsego 1850-51; Millport, 
N.Y. 1852-55; Hector 1855-56; West Dresden 1858-59; res. 
Webster from 1859, p. Ontario 1859-71; d. Aug. 22, 1871. 

Thomas Plumer (1838-39) b. Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 18, 1812; 
Amh. 1838; teacher Newbury and Gloucester 1840-44; Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 1844-46; Cheltenham 1848-63; in business Philadelphia 
1863-72 and res. there after; d. Feb. 18, 1881. 

Joseph Parrish Thompson (1838-39) b. Philadelphia, Pa. Aug. 7, 
1819; Yale 1838; Yale Sem. 1839-40; ord. Oct. 28, 1840; p. 
Chapel St. ch. New Haven, Ct. 1840-45; Tabernacle ch. N.Y. City 
1845-71; lecturer on Egyptology And. Sem. 1872-73; res. Berlin, 
Ger. after; one of founders of New Englander and Independent; 
author of memoirs and religious books; d. Sept. 20, 1879. D.D. 
Harv. 1856; LL.D. N.Y. Univ. 1868. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

James Boutwell Class of 1840. 

Ephraim Chambers b. Marblehead, Mass. Nov. 18, 1808; Bangor 
Sem. 1839, res. lie. 1839-43; a.p. Cooper and Lubec, Me.; h.m. 
N.E., O. and Ind.; res. Marblehead, Mass. from 1850; d. Mar. 8, 
1880. 

Josiah Clark Abbot Resident. Class of 1840. 



ALUMNI 1842 198 

Ambrose Prentiss Merrill b. Frankfort, Me. July 14, 1807; Wesl. 
Univ. 1834; ord. (Epis.) deacon Dec. 6, 1840; teacher and h.m. 
Miss.; d. Wayland, Mass. Aug. 24, 1854. 

Daniel Wight Abbot Resident. Class of 1840. 

Worcester Willey Class of 1840. 



1842 

GRADUATES 

George Washington Ash b. Putney, Vt. Dec. 31, 1808; Amh. 1839; 
ord. Oct. 25, 1843; p. Westmoreland, N.H. 1843-46; res. lie. 1847; 
teacher Ky. 1847-48; Miss. 1848-51; Mo. 1851-57; p. Louisiana, 
Mo. 1852-54; Mt. Sterling, 111. 1859-65, also Ellington, Mo.; 
Young America (now Kirkwood), 111. 1865-67, 1872-73, teacher 
1871; prin. Washington Sem. Richview 1869-71; prof. Lang. 111. 
Agric. Coll. Irvington 1873-75; res. Richview and Kirkwood 
from 1875; d. Mar. 5, 1901. 

James Henry Bancroft b. Boston May 4, 1819; Amh. 1839; res. lie. 
1843; preached Dover, etc. 1843-44; d. Boston Aug. 25, 1844. 

Samuel Colcord Bartlett b. Salisbury, N.H. Nov. 25, 1817; Dart. 
1836 and tutor 1838-39; res. lie. 1843; ord. Aug. 2, 1843; p. 
Monson, Mass. 1843-46; prof. Intell. Phil, and Rhet. West. Res. 
184&-52; p. Franklin St. ch. Manchester, N.H. 1852-57; N.E. ch. 
Chicago, 111. 1857-59 and assoc. ed. Cong. Herald; prof. Bib. Lit. 
Chic. Sem. 1858-77; pres. Dart. 1877-92 and lecturer on the 
Bible and its Relations to Science and Religion from 1892; Hyde 
lecturer on For. Missions And. Sem. 1880-83; author of theo- 
logical books; d. Hanover, N.H. Nov. 16, 1898. D.D. Dart. 1861; 
LL.D. N.J. Coll. 1877. 

Edwin Elisha Bliss b. Putney, Vt. Apr. 12, 1817; Amh. 1837; ord. 
West Springfield, Mass. Feb. 9, 1843; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Trebi- 
zond, Turkey 1843-52; Marsovan 1852-56; Constantinople from 
1856; ed. Avedaper (Messenger) in Armenian and Turkish; 
translated many books into Armenian; d. Dec. 20, 1892. D.D. 
Amh. 1869. 

Edward Phelps Blodgett b. East Windsor, Ct. Aug. 23, 1815; Amh. 
1838; ord. July 5, 1843; p. Greenwich, Mass. 1843-94; res. 
Roslindale from 1894; d. Dec. 28, 1895. 

Willard Brigham b. Marlboro (now Hudson), Mass. May 4, 1813; 
P.A; Wms. 1838; ord. May 24, 1843; p. Wardsboro, Vt. 1843- 
55; Bernardston, Mass. 1855-56; Ashfield 1856-63; Wendell 
1864-67; South Wellfleet 1867-69; First ch. Winchendon 1869- 
71 and w.c. from 1871; d. Mar. 2, 1874. 



194 ALUMNI 1842 

Franklin Butler b. Essex, Vt. Oct. 3, 1814; Univ. Vt. 1836; ord. 
Jan. 18, 1843; p. Windsor 1843-58 and res. there after; agt 
Amer. Col'n Soc. 1859-68; ed. Vt Chronicle 1867-74 and Vt 
Journal 1867-80, also chap. State Prison; p. Ascutneyville 1869- 
76; d. Windsor May 23, 1880. 

Calvin Chapman b. Bethel, Me. Nov. 13, 1814; Bowd. 1839; ord. 
Dec. 8, 1842; p. Epping, N.H. 1842-£5; Saccarappa, Westbrook, 
Me. 1845-48; Eliot 1849-50; Lakeville, Mass. 1851-57; Chatham 
1858-59; Foxcroft and Dover, Me. 1859-62; Standish 1863-66; 
Island Pond, Vt. 1866-67; Mannsville, N.Y. 1867-69; Kankakee, 
111. 1869-70; Windham, Vt. 1870-74; Andover, Me. 1874-75; 
w.c. Kennebunkport from 1876; d. Mar. 19, 1889. 

Nelson Clark b. Brookfield, Vt. Aug. 18, 1813; Dart. 1838; tutor 
West. Res. 1838-39; ord. July 16, 1844; p. Randolph Centre, Vt. 
1842-46; Charlton, Mass. 1846-49; Quincy 1850-58; Tiverton, 
R.I. 1858-66; Somerset, Mass. 1866-71; Rochester 1871-73; res. 
Stillwater, Minn, from 1874; p. Afton 1874-75; Clearwater 1876- 
77; National, Io. and Garnavillo from 1879; d. National Mar. 16, 
1880. 

Daniel Emerson b. Norfolk, Ct. Aug. 20, 1818; P.A.; West. Res. 
1839; a.p. Newton Falls, O. 1842-43; ord. June 1, 1844; p. 
(Presb.) Copley 1844-45; Flat Rock, Brownstown, Mich. 1846- 
49; Springfield, Mo. 1849-50; teacher West Ely 1851-52 and p. 
1853; teacher Hannibal 1854-^55; res. Peninsula, O. 1857-85; 
North Kingsville from 1885; d. Dec. 16, 1893. Son of Ralph 
Emerson, class of 1814 and professor. 

Asa Farwell b. Dorset, Vt. Mar. 8, 1812; Midd. 1838; prin. Abbot 
Acad. Andover, Mass. 1842-53; ord. Apr. 21, 1853; p. West ch. 
Haverhill 1853-66; Bentonsport, Io. 1866-70; Ashland, Neb. 
1871-76; prof. Doane Coll. Neb. 1877-78; w.c. Ludlow, Vt. from 
1880; d. May 16, 1888. 

Alonzo Hayes b. Barrington, N.H. Aug. 22, 1810; PA.; Dart. 1839; 
Union Sem. 1840-41; ord. May 24, 1843; p. West Barnstable, 
Mass. 1843-50; Dublin, N.H. 1850-53; farmer Alexandria Co. Va. 
from 1853; d. July 15, 1858. 

Robert Stevens Hitchcock b. Newport, R.I. Jan. 19, 1818; Amh. 
1837; ord. July 19, 1843; p. North ch. New Bedford, Mass. 1842- 
46; Maverick ch. East Boston 1846-50; Fifth Presb. ch. Balti- 
more, Md. 1854-58 and prin. classical sch. 1858-61; chap. 2nd 
Md. Vols'. 1862-64; teacher Frankfort, Ky. 1864-69; Lexington 
1869-76; prof. Latin Centralia Coll. Danville 1876-81; prin. 
Fern. Sem. Hollidaysburg, Pa. from 1881; d. Apr. 6, 1891. D.D. 
Greeneville and Tusculum, Tenn. 1881. Son of €alvin Hitchcock, 
class of 1814. 



ALUMNI 1842 195 

John Sumner Kidder b. Crown Point, N.Y. Jan. 22, 1811; Amh. 
1839; a.p. Canton, Mass. 1842-43; ord. New Alstead, N.H. Sept. 
12, 1843; h.m. p. Schoolcraft, Mich. 1843-47; Leoni 1847-48; 
Wayne and Canton 1848-51; Litchfield 1851-55; Eaton Rapids 
1855-59; Windsor 1859-64; Wayland and Hopkins 1864-67; 
Rockford and Cedar Springs 1867-69; Rochester 1869-71; New 
Haven and Chesterfield 1871-74; Nunica and Robinson 1874-76; 
First and Second churches Hopkins 1876-79 and w.c. from 1880; 
d. Oct. 18, 1897. 

Charles Lord b. Williamsburg, Mass. Jan. 27, 1816; Amh. 1838; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1839-41; ord. Boonville, Mo. Oct. 20, 1843; h.m. 
Independence 1843-46; p. Madison, Wis. 1846-54; Second ch. 
Whately, Mass. 1856-59; city miss'y Brooklyn, N.Y. 1859-60; 
Buckland, Mass. from 1860; d. N.Y..City Mar. 29, 1872. 

Asa Mann b. Randolph, Mass. Apr. 9, 1816; Amh. 1838; res. lie. 
1843; ord. June 19, 1844; p. Hardwick 1844-51; Second ch. 
Exeter, N.H. 1851-57; h.m. Rockingham Co. 1858-61; p. Well- 
fleet, Mass. 1862; Granville 1863; Springfield, Vt. 1864-65; Bath, 
N.H. 1866-73; Raynham, Mass. 1873-75; Carlisle 1876; South 
Plymouth 1877-88; res. Braintree from 1879; d. Feb. 16, 1885. 

Anson Hall Parmelee b. Bristol, Vt. Sept. 14, 1810; Midd. 1839; 
gen. agt Amer. Tract Soc. in South 1842^5; ord. Oct. 21, 1846; 
p. (Presb.) Addison, N.Y. 1845-55; Livonia 1855-69; Seneca 
Castle 1869-74 and w.c. 1874-89; Phelps from 1889; d. Aug. 28, 
1894. 

William Augustus Peabody b. Salem, Mass. Dec. 6, 1816; Amh. 
1835; teacher PA. 1837-38; tutor Amh. 1838-40; res. lie. 1843; 
ord. Mar. 2, 1843; p. East Randolph (now Holbrook) 1843-49; 
prof. Latin and Mod. Lang. Amh. from 1849 ; d. Amherst Feb. 27, 
1850. 

Timothy Emerson Ranney b. Westminster West ; Vt. June 7, 1815; 
PA.; Midd. 1839; a.p. Barnet, Vt. 1843^4; ord. Westminster 
May 1, 1844; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Pawnees 1844-46, Cherokees 
1846-60; p. Oxford, Me. 1862-63; w.c. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1863- 
66; p. West Charleston 1866-67; Holland 1867-72; North Troy 
1872-74; w.c. St. Johnsbury Centre from 1875; d. July 30, 1884. 

Henry Hamilton Saunderson b. Hollis, N.H. Sept. 12, 1810; Yale 
1828-30; Bangor Sem. 1839-40; res. lie. And. Sem. 1845; a.p. 
(Presb.) Ypsilanti, Mich. 1845-46; ord. Apr. 20, 1848; p. (Cong.) 
Ludlow, Vt. 1848-53 and 1862-64; Wallingford 1853-62; Charles- 
town, N.H. 1864-73 and w.c. 1873-77; p. Swanzey 1877-82; w.c. 
Amoskeag, Manchester from 1882; d. Jan. 25, 1890. 

Luther Harris Sheldon b. Easton, Mass. Nov. 22, 1815 ; PA. ; Midd. 
1839; a.p. First Presb. ch. Washington, D.C. 1842^3; ord. Aug. 1, 



196 ALUMNI 1842 

1844; p. (Cong.) Townsend, Mass. 1844-56; Westboro 1856-67; 
U.S. Chr. Com. 1864; supt State Reform Sch. Jamesburg, N.J. 
1867-74; p. Easton, Mass. 1876-78; supt State Reform Sch. 
Westboro 1878-80; w.c. Andover 1874-76 and from 1881; d. 
May 19, 1894. 

Jesse George Davis Stearns b. Ashburnham, Mass. Feb. 24, 1812; 
Amh. 1836 and tutor 1839-41; res. lie. 1843; ord. May 10, 1843; 
p. Billerica 1843-67; Clearwater, Minn. 1868-76; w.c. Zumbrota 
from 1876 ; representative, Mass. ; d. Nov. 1, 1882. 

Alfred Stevens b. Waterford, Vt. July 31, 1810; Dart. 1839; ord. 
Feb. 22, 1843; p. Westminster West, Vt. 1842-87 and emer.; 
representative; d. Jan. 20, 1893. D.D. Dart. 1874. 

Samuel Mellen Stone b. Greensboro, Vt. Feb. 26, 1812; Dart. 1839; 
a.p. Newfield, Me. 1842-44; West Hartford, Vt. 1845^6; ord. 
Oct. 15, 1846; p. Chester 1846-51; Nelson, N.H. 1852-53; d. 
Lebanon Apr. 21, 1853. 

Timothy Dwight Porter Stone b. Cornwall, Ct. July 27, 1811; P. A.; 
Dart. 1827-29; Amh. 1834; instructor Teachers' Sem. P. A. 1834- 
35 and 1838^0 ; instructor Eloc. And. Sem. 1838-41 ; prin. Abbot 
Acad. Andover 1839-42; ord. Mar. 1, 1843; p. Holliston 1843-49; 
teacher and chap. State Reform Sch. Westboro 1849-50; prin. 
State Normal Sch. New Britain, Ct. 1850-56; prin. boys' sch. 
Norwich 185&-59, also p. Bozrah 1856-57 and Fitch ville 1857-59 ; 
Amesbury 1859-62; prin. sem. Lafayette, Ind. 1862-64; p. Third 
ch. Marblehead, Mass. 1864-67; Stowe 1867-70; Second ch. 
Hanover 1871-76; teacher Eloc. Albany, NY. 1877-82 and res. 
there after; p. (Presb.) Windsor 1884-86; d. Apr. 11, 1887. 

Eliphalet Young Swift b. Fairfax, Vt. Jan. 16, 1815; Midd. 1839; 
agt Amer. Tract Soc. O., Ind. and Ky. 1842-44; ord. Jan. 10, 
1844; p. Indep. Presb. ch. Chillicothe, O. 184^-45; First Cong, 
ch. Northampton, Mass. 1845-51; South Hadley 1851-57; Clinton, 
N.Y. 1858-62; Williamsburg, Mass. 1862-68; Denmark, Io. 1868- 
82, 1884-85 and w.c. after; trustee Mt. Holyoke Sem.; d. June 15, 
1892. 

Lathrop Taylor b. Buckland, Mass. Aug. 3, 1813; Midd. 1839; ord 
Mav 16, 1843; p. Spring St. (now Winslow) ch. Taunton, Mass 
1842-45; Springfield, Vt. 1845-51; Francestown, N.H. 1851-57 
Bloomington, 111. 1857-61; Madison, Wis. 1861-64; Farmington 
111. 1864-75; Wheaton 1875-80; Peru 1880-83; Rutland 1883-86 
Gridley 1886-88; res. Rutland, Winona, Wheaton from 1888 
trustee Wheaton Coll.; d. Jan. 25, 1895. 

Samuel Austin Taylor b. Worcester, Mass. Dec. 17, 1817; Amh. 

1837; ord. (Epis.) deacon Sept. 4, 1842; priest Nov. 1, 1843; 

miss'v Constantinople, Turkey 1843-47; d. Worcester, Mass. 
Aug. 31, 1847. 



ALUMNI 1842 197 

Luther Townsend b. Fitzwilliam, N.H. Aug. 12, 1813; P.A.; Dart. 
1839; a.p. Me. and N.H. 1842^3; ord. Mar. 5, 1845; p. Troy 
1844-60; Loudon 1860-61; d. Fitzwilliam Feb. 9, 1862. 

Winthrop Faulkner Wheeler b. Acton, Mass. Mar. 27, 1815; Amh. 
1839; ord. (Presb.) Portland, Mich. Jan. 1844; h.m. Ionia and 
Otisco 1843^44; Grand Haven and Muskegon 1844-45; Byron 
and Shiawasse 1845-46; res. lie. 1846-47; p. (Cong.) West 
Gloucester, Mass. 1848^9; res. Westford from 1850; d. June 27, 
1880. 

William James White b. Boylston, Mass. Mar. 11, 1811; P.A.; 
Brown 1835-37; Wms. 1839; ord. Boylston Sept. 20, 1842; h.m. 
Chateaugay, Can. 1842^3; Concord, Mich. 1844; p. Lubec, Me. 
and Whiting 1845-46; Fairfax, Vt. and Fletcher 1847-49; in 
business Worcester, Mass. from 1849; d. Oct. 20, 1889. 

Charles Whiting b. Lyndeboro, N.H. July 23, 1813; Dart. 1839; 
ord. Jan. 11, 1843; p. Wilton 1843-51; Fayetteville, Newfane, Vt. 
from 1851; d. May 5, 1855. 

Lyman Whiting b. North Brookfield, Mass. Apr. 28, 1817; Amh. 
1835-37; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1839-40; ord. Jan. 11, 1843; p. Brook- 
field, Mass. 1843-47; Lawrence St. ch. Lawrence 1847-50; South 
ch. Reading 1850-55; North ch. Portsmouth, N.H. 1855-58; 
High St. ch. Providence, R.I. 1859-64; Dubuque, Io. 1864-69; 
Janesville, Wis. 1869-74; Plymouth ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1874- 
77; (Presb.) Charleston, W. Va. 1878-83; (Cong.) South Wil- 
liamstown, Mass. 1884-89; East Charlemont from 1889; chap. 
Mass. Senate; Governor's Council; trustee Beloit; d. May 27, 
1906. D.D. Iowa 1868. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Benjamin Franklin Atkins (1839-40) b. Boston Oct. 10, 1817; 
• Harv. 1838 ; Yale Sem. 1840-41 ; res. Boston ; d. London, Eng. 
June 9, 1885. 

Cyrus Baldwin (1839^t0) b. Antrim, N.H. May 14, 1811; Dart. 
1839; prin. Thetford (Vt.) Acad. 1840; instructor Kimball Union 
Acad. Meriden, N.H. 1840-55 and 1869-71; prin. Union Acad. 
Palmyra, N.Y. 1855-57; in business Providence, R.I. 1857-62; 
prin. Freehold (N.J.) Inst. 1862-68; res. Galesville, Wis. 1868- 
69; Meriden, N.H. 1871-79; Wilmot 1879-86; Hill from 1886; 
d. May 30, 1893. 

David McGee Bardwell (1839-41) b. Bolton, N.Y. Aug. 29, 1815; 
Wms. 1839; a.p. Salisbury, Vt. 1842-44; South Woodstock, Ct. 
1844-45; ord. Southbridge, Mass. May 19, 1845; h.m. Ontario, 
Ind. and Greenfield 1845-^8 ; Grass Lake, Mich. 1848-50 ; Sharon 
1850-51; Michigan City, Ind. 1851-55 and in business 1855-59; 
agt Amer. Bible Soc. for Wis. 1859-65; p. Markesan 1865-69; 



198 ALUMNI 1842 

(Presb.) Whippany, N.J. 1871-86; res. Presb. Ministers' House, 
Perth Amboy, N.J. from 1886; d. June 1, 1898. 

Hiram Bingham (1839-41) b. Cornwall, Vt. May 30, 1815; Midd. 
1839; Lane Sem. 1842; ord. (Presb.) June 1843; p. Red Oak, 0. 
1842^4; Portsmouth 1844-46; prof. Chem., Min. and Geol. 
Marietta 1846-49; p. Windham 1850-55; Augusta, Ga. 1855-56; 
res. Windham, 0. from 1856; d. Nov. 11, 1892. 

Darius Richmond Brewer (1839-40, 1841-42) b. Dorchester, Mass. 
June 23, 1819; Harv. 1838; Yale Sem. 1840-41; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon Nov. 6, 1842;' priest Feb. 14, 1844; min. St. Peter's ch. 
Cambridgeport, Mass. 1842-44; r. St. Paul's ch. Concord, N.H. 
1844-46; Trinity ch. Newport, R.I. 1846-55 and Emmanuel ch. 
1855-58; St. Paul's ch. Yonkers, N.Y. 1858-66; ch. of the Refor- 
mation Brooklvn 1866-73; Christ ch. Westerly, R.I. from 1873; 
d. Mar. 18, 1881. 

John Sumner Brown (1836-37, 1840-41) b. Newburyport, Mass. 
Nov. 16, 1816; Dart. 1836; d. Newburyport Jan. 13, 1842. 

Charles Clement (1839^0) b. Newburyport, Mass. Nov. 14, 1815; 
Amh. 1837-38; ed. Telegraph Kenosha, Wis. 1847-53; Advocate 
Racine 1853-56 and Journal and News 1857-61; co. treas.; 
senator; res. McMinnville, Tenn. from 1868; d. Jan. 11, 1886. 

James Kelsey Colby (1840-41) b. Hampstead, N.H. Jan. 31, 1812; 
Dart. 1838; Lane Sem. 1839-40; teacher Chester, Vt. 1841; New 
Ipswich, N.H. 1842-43; prin. St. Johnsbury (Vt.) Acad, from 
1843; d. Aug. 13, 1866. 

Elisha Woodbridge Cook (1839-40) b. Manchester, Ct. July 16, 
1816; PA.; Yale 1837; Yale Sem. 1845; ord. Nov. 18, 1846; p. 
Haddam 1846-52 ; in mission work N.Y. City 1852-54 ; p. Hayden- 
ville, Mass. 1854-58; Townsend 1858-59; Hopkinton, N.H. 1861- 
65; Ripon, Wis. 1865-68; h.m. Yankton, Dak. Ter. and St©ck- 
bridge, Wis. 1868; North Platte, Neb. and Cheyenne, Wyo. Ter. 
1869; New Lisbon, Wis. 1870; w.c. Ripon 1871-86; p. Second ch. 
Mansfield, Ct. 1887-89; (Presb.) Toms River, N.J. 1891-92; w.c. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. from 1892; d. Jan. 4, 1904. 

Daniel. Gordon Estes (1839-40) b. Maiden, Mass. June 5, 1819 ; 
PA.; Yale 1839; Gen. Theol. Sem. 1844; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
July 12, 1844; priest July 30, 1845; r. St. James's ch. Amesbury, 
Mass. 1844-51; Christ ch. Boonville, Mo. and St. Ann's ch. 
Brunswick 1852-54; St. Paul's ch. St. Louis 1854-55; Christ 
ch. Lexington 1855-56; St. James's ch. Amesbury, Mass. from 
1857; d. Aug. 9, 1873. 

Nathaniel Thomas Fay (1839^0) b. Camden, Me. Nov. 26, 1813; 
Amh. 1834-35; Waterville 1839; Bangor Sem. 1842; ord. by 
Maumee (O.) Presb 'y Nov. 8, 1843; p. (Cong.) Montgomery and 



ALUMNI 1842 199 

Scott 1843-75, w.c. Montgomery 1875-91; U.S. Chr. Com. 1864- 
65; w.c. New Cumberland, W.Va. from 1891. 

Justin Field (1840-41) b. Northfield, Mass. Apr. 10, 1816; Amh. 
1835; Union Sem. 1838-39; ord. (Epis.) deacon Jan. 6, 1842; 
priest Sept. 7, 1842; r. St. Paul's ch. Stockbridge, Mass. 1846- 
50; St. James's ch. Great Barrington 1850-52; Grace ch. Med- 
ford 1852-62; Trinity ch. Lenox 1862-90; travel in South and 
in Europe; d. West Newton, Mass. Mar. 5, 1893. 

Samuel Henry Galpin (1839-40) b. Wethersfield, Ct. Oct. 18, 1812; 
Yale 1835; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1844; teacher Lexington, Ky. 1846-50 
and 1852-53; Flemingsburg 1850-51; Indianapolis, Ind. 1851-52; 
railway station agt Bristol, Ct. 1853-63; clerk Treas'y dept 
Washington 1864—85 and res. there 1885-98; New Haven, Ct. 
from 1898; d. Sept. 12, 1900. 

William Whitaker Hartwell (1839-40) b. Princeton, Mass. June 30, 
1814; Marietta 1839; d. Holden, Mass. July 21, 1840. 

James Whelpley Hickok (1839-40) b. Burlington, Vt. Mar. 7, 1819; 
Univ. Vt. 1.837; Harv. Law Sch. 1841-42; lawyer and banker 
Burlington, Vt. from 1842; treas. Univ. Vt.; pres. Vt. Dom. 
Miss'y Soc; d. Dec. 12, 1892. 

Dudley Leavitt (1839-42) b. Meredith, N.H. June 19, 1810; Dart. 
1839; d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, Jan. 7, 1842. 

William Herbert Norris (1839-40) b. Alexandria, D.C. Nov. 4, 1814; 
Yale 1839; Va. Epis. Sem. 1842; ord. deacon Nov. 7, 1841; priest 
Feb. 13, 1842; r. Carlisle, Pa. 1842-50; Woodbury, N.J. 1852-75; 
travel in Europe 1875-77; w.c. Philadelphia, Pa. from 1877; d. 
Feb. 18, 1880. 

Daniel Warren Poor (1837-38, 1840-41) b. Tillypally, Ceylon Aug. 
21, 1818; Amh. 1837; prin. Randolph (Mass.) Acad. 1838^0; 
Pembroke (N.H.) Acad. 1841; ord. Mar. 1, 1843; p. Central ch. 
Fairhaven, Mass. 1842-49; High St. Presb. ch. Newark, N.J. 
1849-69 and founder German Theol. Sch.; p. First Presb. ch. 
Oakland, Cal. 1869-71 ; prof. Ch. Hist. San Francisco Theol. Sem. 
1871-76; sec. Presb. Board of Educ. Philadelphia, Pa. 1876-93 
and res. there after; translated Lange's Commentary on 1 Corinth- 
ians; d. Newark, N.J. Oct. 11, 1897. D.D. N.J. Coll. 1857. Son 
of Daniel Poor, class of 1814. 

Kinne Prescott (1839^0) b. Rupert, Vt. 1815; Midd. 1839; mer- 
chant Rupert from 1841; d. Feb. 12, 1846. 

Edward Augustus Renouf (1839-^0, 1841-42) b. Boston Nov. 15, 
1818; Harv. 1838; Yale Sem. 1840-41; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
Nov. 6, 1842; priest Nov. 12, 1845; h.m. La. 1842-43; r. Trinity 
ch. Lowville, N.Y. 1843-53; asst min. St. Stephen's ch. Boston 
1854-55, 1857-59 and St. Mark's ch. 1855-57; r. St. James's ch. 



200 ALUMNI 1842 

Keene, N.H. 1859-68 and res. there after; r. St. Peter's ch. 
Drewsville 1868-71, 1878-91 and emer.; travel in U.S. and 
Europe 1871-77. D.D. Washington and Lee 1889. 

Address Keene, N.H. 

Daniel Rice (1839-40) b. Conway, Mass. Oct. 13, 1816; Amh. 1837; 
Lane Sem. 1842; ord. Apr. 6, 1842; p. First Presb. ch. Troy, 0. 
1842-55; prof. Belles Lettres Western Fern. Sem. (now Western 
Coll.) Oxford 1857; p. Second Presb. ch. Layfayette, Ind. 1858- 
72; pres. Logansport Fern. Coll. 1872-74; p. Duluth, Minn. 1875- 
79 ; Fifth Presb. ch. Minneapolis 1879-80 ; synod '1 agt Macalester 
Coll. St. Paul 1880-85, prof. Bib. Lit. and Hist, from 1887; 
trustee Lane Sem., Wabash and Macalester; d. Apr. 5, 1889. 
D.D. Marietta 1866. 

Myron Webb Safford (1839^0) b. Cambridge, Vt. June 18, 1812 
Midd. 1839; Lane Sem. 1842; teacher and a.p. (Presb.) Morgan 
field, Ky. 1843-49; Evansville, Ind. 1850-56; in Tenn. 1856-60 
d. Morganfield, Ky. Dec. 10, 1862. 

Joseph Couch Smith (1839^1) b. Waltham, Mass. July 18, 1819 
Bowd. 1838; ord. Portland, Me. Oct. 11, 1842; p. Frankfort 
1842-43; (Unit.) Groton, Mass. 1843-51; Channing ch. Newton 
from 1853; d. Hawaiian Islands Jan. 22, 1857. 

David Tappan Stoddard (1839^0) b. Northampton, Mass. Dec. 2, 
1818; Wms. 1834-35; Yale 1838; tutor Marshall Coll. Pa. 1838- 
39 and Yale 1840-42; Yale Sem. 1842; ord. New Haven, Ct. 
Jan. 27, 1843; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Oroomiah, Persia from 1843; 
d. Jan. 22, 1857. 

William Bowman Stone (1839-40) b. North Brookfield, Mass. 
Jan. 24, 1811; Amh. 1839; ord. Feb. 23, 1842; p. Gardner 1842- 
50; w.c. West Brookfield from 1850; representative from Brook- 
field; d. Feb. 4, 1890. 

James Tufts (1840-41) b. Wardsboro, Vt. Nov. 2, 1812; Yale 1838; 
ord. Wardsboro Sept. 24, 1844; h.m. O. 1844-45; teacher Castle- 
ton (Vt.) Sem. 1846-47; supt schools Windham Co. 1848-50; 
teacher Dudley's Classical Sch. Northampton, Mass. 1851-52; 
prin. Monson Acad. 1852-59; teacher private sch. for boys Mon- 
son 1859-92 and res. there after; d. Apr. 29, 1901. 

William Warner (1839^1) b. Pittsford, Vt. Jan. 28, 1812; Midd. 
1837; treas. Univ. Vt. 1843-49; finan. agt Vt. Central R.R. 1845- 
55; res. Detroit, Mich, from 1855; financier; manager Detroit 
Bridge and Iron Works; representative, Mich.; d. Quincy, 111. 
July 29, 1868. 

Edward Abiel Washburn (1839-40) b. Boston Apr. 16, 1819; Harv 
1838; Yale Sem. 1840-41; ord. (Epis.) deacon July 12, 1844: 
priest Oct. 9, 1845; r. St. Paul's ch. Newburyport, Mass. 1844- 



ALUMNI 1842 201 

51; St. John's ch. Hartford, Ct. and prof. Ch. Polity Berkeley 
Div. Sen. Middletown 1853-62, also lecturer on Eng. Lit. Trinity 
Coll. 1857-63; r. St. Mark's ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1862-65; Cal- 
vary ch. N.Y. City from 1865; one of Amer. revisers of Bible; 
d. Feb. 2, 1881. D.D. Trinity 1860. 

Samuel Weld (1839^0) b. Roxbury, Mass. Apr. 27, 1818; Harv. 
1838; d. Roxbury Jan. 8, 1890. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Joel Blackmer (1840^2) Abbot Resident. Class of 1840. 

Benjamin Smith Corbett b. Framingham, Mass. Feb. 16, 1812; 
Brown 1837; Newton Sem. 1840; ord. ; p. (Bapt.) Andover, Mass. 
1841-48; d. 1862. 

Elbridge Gerry Cutler Class of 1839. 

Benjamin Franklin Hosford Abbot Resident. Class of 1841. 

Zachariah Atwell Mudge b. Orrington, Me. July 2, 1813; Wesl. 
Univ. 1835-37; ord. (Meth.) Lynn, Mass. June 9, 1839; p. 
Andover 1840-42; Gloucester 1842-43; Richmond St. ch. Boston 
1843-45; Newton Upper Falls 1845-47 and 1856-58; Danvers, 
Ludlow, Wilbraham, Worcester, Leominster, Charlestown 1847- 
56; Swampscott, Dorchester, Newtonville, Saxonville, Quincy, 
Marblehead, Holliston 1858-73; Dedham 1873-76 and 1879-82; 
Westboro 1876-79; Highlandville 1882-85; author of many S.S. 
books; d. Newton Upper Falls June 15, 1888. 

Austin Phelps b. West Brookfield, Mass. Jan. 7, 1820; Geneva (now 
Hobart) 1833-35; Amh. 1835-36; Univ. Pa. 1837; Yale Sem. 
1839-40; res. lie. Union Sem. 1840-41; ord. Mar. 31, 1842; p. 
Pine St. (afterward Berkeley Temple) ch. 1842-48; prof. Sac. 
Rhet. And. Sem. 1848-79 and emer., res. Andover and Bar 
Harbor, Me.; author of The Still Hour, The Theory of Preach- 
ing and English Style in Public Discourse (preserving the sub- 
stance of his Seminary lectures) and other books; compiler with 
Prof. Park and Dr. Lowell Mason of Sabbath Hymn and Tune 
Book; d. Bar Harbor Oct. 13, 1890. D.D. Amh. 1856. 

Joseph Addison Saxton b. Tolland, Ct. Nov. 27, 1810; N.Y. Univ. 
1835; Yale Sem. 1836-38; Union Sem. 1839; a.p. Marlboro, Mass. 
and Harrisonburg, Va. 1840; Ware, Mass. 1841; Ashburnham 
1842; ord. (Presb.) June 7, 1843; p. Greenport, N.Y. 1843^5; 
Ascension Parish, New River, La. 1845-50; (Cong.) New Hart- 
ford, Ct. 1851-52; Manhattanville, N.Y. 1853; teacher N.Y. City 
1854-56; p. New Preston, Ct. 1856-57; Brookfield 1858; Bozrah 
1859; teacher Norwich Town 1859-67; prof. Cooper Inst. N.Y. 
City from 1867, also prof. Mechan. and Architectural Drawing 
N.Y. Univ. 1871-72; d. Feb. 11, 1902. 



202 ALUMNI 1843 

Henry Augustus Woodman b. Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 24, 1813; 
Amh. 1837-38; ord. Nov. 30, 1842; p. First ch. West Newbury 
1842^4; ed. and pub. Watch Tower Newburyport 1844-49 and 
res. there after; d. Jan. 21, 1871. 



1843 

GRADUATES 

Ephraim Adams b. New Ipswich, N.H. Feb. 5, 1818; P.A.; Dart. 
1839; one of "Iowa Band"; with ten others of the class recog- 
nized home missionaries, South ch. Andover Sept. 3, 1843, with 
addresses by Dr. Leonard Bacon and Dr. Milton Badger; ord. 
Denmark, Io. Nov. 5, 1843; h.m. Mt. Pleasant 1843-44; p. Daven- 
port 184^55; agt Iowa Coll. 1855-56 and 1882-83; agt Western 
Coll. Soc. in East 1856-57; p. Decorah, Io. 1857-71; supt home 
missions for Northern Io. 1872-78, for Io. 1873-82; p. Eldora 
1883-89; res. Waterloo 1873-82 and from 1890; trustee Iowa 
Coll.; d. Nov. 30, 1907. D.D. Iowa 1882. 

Harvey Adams b. Alstead, N.H. Jan. 16, 1809; Univ. Vt. 1839; 
one of "Iowa Band"; ord. Franklin, Mass. Sept. 27, 1843; p. 
Farmington, Io. 1843-60 and 1863-66; Council Bluffs 1860-63; 
New Hampton 1866-71; Fairfax 1871-74; Bowen's Prairie 1875- 
83 ; res. New Hampton from 1883 ; trustee Iowa Coll. ; d. Sept. 23, 
1896. D.D. Iowa 1887. 

Ebenezer Alden b. Randolph, Mass. Aug. 10, 1819; Amh. 1839; one 
of "Iowa Band"; ord. Denmark, Io. Nov. 5, 1843; h.m. Solon 
1843-44; Tipton 1844-48; p. Marshfield, Mass. 1850-85 and emer.; 
trustee Iowa Coll. ; d. Jan. 4, 1899. Son of Ebenezer Alden, M.D. 
trustee. 

Joseph Bartlett b. Salisbury, N.H. Jan. 26, 1816; Dart. 1835; 
teacher P.A. 1837-38; tutor Dart. 1838^1; Union Sem. 1841-42; 
a.p. Waterville, Me. 1846-47; ord. Oct. 7, 1847; p. Buxton 1847- 
67; w.c. Andover, Mass. 1867-68; p. South Newmarket (now 
Newfields), N.H. 1868-77; w.c. Gorham, Me. from 1879; d. Aug. 
12, 1882. 

Clinton Clark b. Granby, Mass. May 9, 1812; Amh. 1835 and tutor 
1837-41; res. lie. 1844; ord. Feb. 26, 1845; p. Pompey, N.Y. 1845- 
48; prin. Onondaga Acad. 1848-49; p. Ridgefield, Ct. 1850-64; 
Middlebury from 1865; d. Sept. 23, 1871. 

Thomas Allen Gale b. Dedham, Mass. Oct. 29, 1814; PA.; Amh. 
1838; a.p. Lincolnville, Pa. 1844; h.m. Perrysburg, N.Y. 1844-45; 
Collins 1845-50; a.p. Sheridan 1850-51; Carroll 1851-53; Ran- 
dolph, Pa. 1854-56; Kiantone and Riceville 1856-60; in business 
Lincolnville 1860-68; Jamestown, N.Y. 1868-90; res. Springfield, 
Mass. from 1894; d. Aug. 12, 1900. 



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203 



Amos Delos Gridley b. Clinton, N.Y. Nov. 3, 1819; Ham. 1839; 
Auburn Sem. 1840^2; ord. by Oneida Assoc. June 11, 1846; p. 
(Presb.) Waterville 1847-50; w.c. Clinton from 1850; trustee 
Ham.; d. Oct. 23, 1876. D.D. Olivet 1875. 

Lemuel Grosvenor b. Boston Apr. 27, 1814; Amh. 1829-30; Midd. 
1835; ord. (Presb.) Apr. 21, 1846; p. Rock Hill, Mo. 1845-46: 
seamen's chap. Havana, Cuba; p. Collinsville, 111. 1848-50 
Jersey ville 1851-55; Woodstock 1855-60; res. London, Eng. 
d. Aug. 8, 1870. 

William Blankenship Hammond b. Fairhaven, Mass. June 5, 1812 
Amh. 1840; ord. June 5, 1844; p. Canton 1843-49; South Brain 
tree 1849-56; agt Mass. S.S. Soc. in Io. 1856; p. Morrisville, N.Y 
1856-63; Lenox 1864-70; First ch. New Bedford (Acushnet) 
Mass. 1870-78 ;* w.c. Rome, N.Y. from 1879 ; d. Aug. 27, 1900. 

James Jeremiah Hill b. Phipsburg, Me. May 29, 1815; Bowd. 1838 
one of "Iowa Band"; ord. Phipsburg Apr. 30, 1844; h.m. Garna 
villo, Io. 184^49; Albany, 111. 1849-53; Savanna 1853-55 
Wapello, Io. 1855-57; Glencoe and Hutchinson, Minn. 1857-59 
res. Grinnell, Io. serving various churches 1859-64; p. Fayette 
1864-67 ; agt Amer. Miss 'y Assoc. Kan., Minn, and Io. from 1867 
d. Fayette Oct. 29, 1870. 

Horace Hutchinson b. Sutton, Mass. Aug. 10, 1810; Amh. 1839 
one of "Iowa Band"; ord. Sutton Sept. 27, 1843; p. Burlington 
Io. from 1843; d. Mar. 7, 1846. 

Horace James b. Medford, Mass. May 6, 1818; PA.; Yale 1840 
Yale Sem. 1841-42; ord. Nov. 1, 1843; p. Wrentham, Mass. 1843- 
53; First ch. Worcester 1853-63; chap. 25th Mass. Vols. 1861-64 
capt. and asst quartermaster U.S. Vols, and supt freedmen 
Newbern, N.C. 1864-66; p. First ch. Lowell, Mass. 1867-70; joint 
prop'r and assoc. ed. Congregationalist 1867-75; sec. Amer. and 
For. Chr. Union 1870-71; p. Second ch. Greenwich, Ct. 1871-73 
(in Europe 1872-73) ; res. Boylston, Mass. from 1874; d. June 9, 
1875. 

Elijah Kellogg b. Portland, Me. May 20, 1813; Bowd. 1840; ord. 
June 18, 1844; p. Harpswell 1844r-54; chap. Amer. Seamen's 
Friend Soc. and p. Mariners' ch. Boston 1855-65; lit. work 
Boston 1865-71; res. Harpswell, Me. from 1871, p. 1871-82 and 
from 1889; Topsham 1882-88; wrote "Spartacus to the Glad- 
iators" while in Seminary; author of many juvenile books; d. 
Mar. 17, 1901. 

Daniel Lane b. Paris, Me. Mar. 10, 1813; Bowd. 1838; one of "Iowa 
Band"; ord. Denmark, Io. Nov. 5, 1843; h.m. and p. Keosauqua 
1843-53. also teacher 1851-53 ; prin. prep, dept Iowa Coll. Daven- 
port 1853-55, prof. Mor. Phil, and Met. 1855-58; prin. Eng. and 
classical sch. Davenport 1858-62; p. Eddyville 1862-66; Belle 



204 ALUMNI 1843 

Plaine 1866-72 and finan. agt Iowa Coll. 1872-78; res. Oskaloosa 
1879-82; Freeport, Me. from 1883; author of Manual of Church 
Polity; trustee Iowa Coll.; d. Apr. 1, 1890. D.D. Iowa 1887. 

Horatio Merrill b. Brownfield, Me. Apr. 26, 1817; Dart. 1840; 
teacher PA. 1840^1 and Teachers' Sem. 1841-42; res. lie. 1844; 
ord. May 7, 1845; p. First ch. West Newbury, Mass. 1845-47; 
prin. Washington State Sch. Md. 1847-48; p. Bloomfield, Me. 
1849-50; New Gloucester 1850-54; res. Portland 1854-57; p. 
Salisbury, N.H. 1858-63; res. Andover, Mass.; Cambridge; Port- 
land, Me.; Cleveland, O.; d. Hopkinton, Io. Sept. 7, 1878. 

Erastus Ripley b. South Coventry, Ct. Mar. 15, 1815; Union 1840; 
res. lie. 1844; one of "Iowa Band"; ord. Apr. 3, 1845; p. Ben- 
tonsport, Io. 1844-48; prof. Anc. Lang. Iowa Coll. 1848-58 and 
prin. prep, dept 1848-51; prof. State Normal Sch. New Britain, 
Ct. 1861-65; teacher Somers from 1865; d. Feb. 21, 1870. 

Alden Burrill Robbins b. Salem, Mass. Feb. 18, 1817; Amh. 1839; 

Union Sem. 1841— £2; one of "Iowa Band"; ord. Tabernacle ch. 

Salem Sept. 20, 1843 ; p. Muscatine, Io. 1843-91 and emer. ; trustee 

Iowa Coll.; director Chic. Sem.; d. Dec. 27, 1896. D.D. Amh. 

1869. 
Edward Robie b. Gorham, Me. Apr. 5, 1821; Bowd. 1840; Univ. 

Halle 1843-45; Univ. Berlin 1845^6; teacher Gorham (Me.) Sem. 

1846-48; instructor Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1848-52, also lib'n 1848- 

51; ord. Feb. 25, 1852; p. Greenland, N.H. from 1852. D.D. Dart. 

1876, Bowd. 1894. Address Greenland, N.H. 

William Salter b. Brooklyn, N.Y. Nov. 17, 1821; N.Y. Univ. 1840; 
Union Sem. 1840^2; one of "Iowa Band"; ord. Denmark, Io. 
Nov. 5, 1843; h.m. Andrew and Maquoketa 1843^6; p. Burling- 
ton from 1846; trustee Iowa Coll. D.D. Univ. Iowa 1864. 

Address 119 So. 8th St. Burlington, Io. 

Peter D Schory b. Berne, Switz. Mar. 4, 1809; N.J. Coll. 1840; 
Union Sem. 1840-41; ord. 1843; p. (Ger. Ref.) New Holland and 
New Providence, Pa. 1843-48; Mt. Bethel 1849-54; Lancaster, O. 
1856-62 and res. there after, occas. preaching until 1874; d. 
May 1, 1903. 

William Greenough Thayer Shedd b. Acton, Mass. June 21, 1820; 

Univ. Vt. 1839; ord. Jan. 4, 1844; p. Brandon, Vt. 1844-45; prof. 

Eng. Lit. Univ. Vt. 1845-52; prof. Sac. Rhet. and Past'l Theol. 

Auburn Sem. 1852-54; prof. Eccl. Hist. And. Sem. 1853-62; 

p. (Presb.) Brick ch. N.Y. City 1862-63; prof. Sac. Lit. Union 

Sem. 1863-74, prof. Sys. Theol. 1874-90 and emer.; author of 

theological works; d. N.Y. City Nov. 17, 1894. D.D. Univ. Vt. 

1857; LL.D. N.Y. Univ. 1876. 
Benjamin Adams Spaulding b. Billerica, Mass. Jan. 20, 1815; P.A.; 

Yale 1836-37; Harv. 1840; one of "Iowa Band"; ord. Denmark, 



ALUMNI 1843 205 

Io. Nov. 5, 1843; h.m. Wapello Co. 1843^5; p. Ottumwa 1845- 
63, also Indian Agency 1845-49; Eau Claire, Wis. 1863-64; supt 
schools Wapello Co. Io. from 1866; d. Ottumwa Mar. 31, 1867. 

Ebenezer Harvey Squier b. Rutland, Vt. May 27, 1809 ; P.A. ; Midd. 
1838; ord. Feb. 4, 1846; p. Hartland, Vt. 1844-52; Lewis, N.Y. 
1852-54; Weybridge, Vt. 1854-58; Highgate 1858-64; (Presb.) 
Scipio, N.Y. from 1866; d. Mar. 4, 1870. 

Josiah Howe Stearns b. Epping, N.H. Oct. 1, 1812; Dart. 1840; 
ord. Nov. 6, 1844; p. Dennysville, Me. 184<4-57; Epping, N.H. 
from 1857; d. Mar. 21, 1887. D.D. Dart. 1884. 

John Herrick Stratton b. Bradford, N.H. Nov. 25, 1813; Amh. 1840; 

res. lie. 1844; ord. Salem, Mass. Apr. 17, 1844; p. Pittston, Me. 

1844-48; Erving, Mass. 1849-50 and w.c. from 1850; d. Apr. 26, 

1851. 
Loren Thayer b. Thetford, Vt. July 7, 1815; Dart. 1840; ord. Nov. 5, 

1845; p. (Presb.) Windham, N.H. 1845-66 and w.c. from 1866; 

d. Sept. 19, 1869. 

Edwin Bela Turner b. Great Barrington, Mass. Oct. 2, 1812; 111. 
Coll. 1840; one of "Iowa Band"; ord. Denmark, Io. Nov. 5, 
1843; p. Cascade 1843-47; Colesburg 1847-54; Morris, 111. 1854- 
64; supt Amer. H.M. Soc. for Mo. 1864-76, res. Hannibal; p. 
Owego, N.Y. 1876-77; Columbus 1878-80; Chenango Forks 1880- 
83; w.c. Owego from 1883; d. July 6, 1895. 

George Stayley Van Cleef b. N.Y. City June 28, 1817; Columb. 
1837; Union Sem. 1840-42 and res. lie. 1844-45; a.p. Sandy Hill 
1845; Bridport, Vt. 1846; disabled; d. N.Y. City Nov. 26, 1863. 

Frederic Vinton b. Boston Oct. 9, 1817; Amh. 1837; Yale Sem. 
1841^42; preached in Mo. 1843^45; teacher Nantucket, Mass. 
1846-47; prin. high sch. Eastport, Me. 1847-48 and 1849-51; in 
lib. work St. Louis, Mo. 1851-55; teacher South Boston 1856; 
asst lib'n Pub. Lib. Boston 1857-65; Congressional Lib. Wash- 
ington 1865-73; lib'n N.J. Coll. 1873-89; d. Princeton Jan. 1, 
1890. Litt.D. Amh. 1884. ■ 

Augustus Wing b. Rochester, Vt. Nov. 19, 1808; Amh. 1839; sup- 
plied various churches in Vt. 1845-55; teacher Chelsea; Cincin- 
nati, O. 1855-56; Stockbridge, Vt. ; Roxbury; West Randolph; 
Middlebury; Whiting; d. Jan. 19, 1876. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Samuel Badger (1840-41) b. Kingston, N.H. Mar. 31, 1814; P.A.; 
Dart. 1840; stud. med. Univ. Va. ; physician; d. Kingston June 14, 
1848. M.D. Univ. Va. 1844. 

Selwyn Bapson Bowman (1840-41) b. Bedford, N.H. Nov. 14, 1819; 
Dart. 1840; d. Westchester, N.Y. Jan. 3, 1843. 



206 ALUMNI 1843 

Sylvanus Bunton (1840-41) b. Allenstown, N.H. Mar. 8, 1812; Dart. 
1840; physician Univ. Hospital Baltimore, Md. 1845^6; Man- 
chester, N.H. 1846-62; asst surgeon 2nd N.H. Vols. 1862-64, 
surgeon 7th N.H. Vols. 1864-65; physician Hollis 1865-67; Mont 
Vernon from 1867; d. Aug. 13, 1884. M.D. Wash. Univ. Md. 
1845. 

Perkins Kirkland Clark (1840-41) b. Westfield, Mass. Dec. 8, 1811; 
Yale 1838 and tutor 1842-45; Yale Sem. 1843; teacher State 
Normal Sch. Westfield, Mass. 1845^6; ord. Aug. 26, 1846; p. 
Chester Village (now Huntington) 1846-52; Hinsdale 1852-56; 
First ch. South Deerfield 1856-65; Mittineague, West Springfield 
1866-71; Charlemont from 1871; d. Jan. 4, 1872. 

Sumner Clark (1840-41) b. Framingham, Mass. Oct. 4, 1812; Amh. 
1840; Bangor Sem. 1843; ord. Jan. 1, 1845; p. Unity, Me. 1843- 
49; Pittston 1849-51; East Marshfield, Mass. 1851-54; Eastford, 
Ct. 1855-56 and 1868-72; Wolfeboro, N.H. 1856-58 and 1865-68; 
Rochester, Mass. 1860-61; w.c. South Natick 1861-64; p. South 
Franklin 1864-65; Wakefield, N.H. 1872-75; w.c. Wolfeboro 
from 1875; d. Dec. 20, 1887. 

George Francis Cushman (1840-41) b. Seekonk, Mass. (now Paw- 
tucket, R.I.) Feb. 24, 1819; Amh. 1840; Gen. Theol. Sem. (1843) ; 
teacher Ala. 1843-49; ord. (Epis.) deacon May 13, 1849; priest 
May 29, 1850; r. St. James's ch. Eufala, Ala. and St. John's ch. 
in the Wilderness 1849-51; Trinity ch. Pawtucket, Mass. (now 
R.I.) 1851-53; St. Luke's ch. Cahaba, Ala. 1853-65; Sycamore, 
111.1866-69; ch. of the Redeemer Princeton 1869-74; St. Stephen's 
ch. Chicago 1874-79, also ed. Living Church 1878-79; asst min. 
Emmanuel ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. from 1879; lit. ed. Churchman 
from 1880; trustee Jubilee Coll. 111.; d. June 26, 1890. D.D. 
Univ. Ala. 1860. 

Henry Bond Elliot (1842-43) b. Woodstock, N.Y. June 21, 1823; 
N.Y. Univ. 1840; Union Sem. 1843; ord. (Presb.) May 24, 1844; 
p. (Cong.) Waterbury, Ct. 1845-51; Springfield, Mass. 1852-54; 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 1854-55; Stamford, Ct. 1855-58; Columbus, O. 
1858-60; New Canaan, Ct. 1866-69; Litchfield 1870-73; Stoning- 
ton 1874-78; (Presb.) Middletown, O. 1880-82; (Cong.) Cincin- 
nati 1882-84; (Presb.) Troy 1884-86; Allen St. ch. N.Y. City 
1887-89 and 1893-95; w.c. Summit, N.J. 1895-98; N.Y. City from 
1898. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1879. 

Address 41 West 9th St. New York City. 

George Farrar (1840-41) b. Lincoln, Mass. July 19, 1818; P.A.; 
Amh. 1839; lawyer Charlestown, Mass. 1844-49; d. Aiken, S.C. 
Jan. 18, 1851. LL.B. Harv. 1844. 

Charles Granger (1839^1) b. Randolph, Vt. July 4, 1806; ord. 
Nov. 5, 1843; h.m. Washington, Io. and Crawfordsville 1843-46; 



ALUMNI 1843 207 

p. Oregon 1846-48; w.c. 1848-57; p." Prospect City (now Paxton), 
111. 1857-60 and w.c. after; d. May 26, 1893. 

Horace Hall (1840-41) b. Cornish, N.H. Apr. 6, 1819; Dart. 1839; 
prin. Berwick (Me.) Acad, from 1841; d. Feb. 27, 1842. 

Edwin Harwood (1840-42) b. Philadelphia, Pa. Aug. 21, 1822; 
Univ. Pa. 1840; Gen. Theol. Sem. 1844; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
June 30, 1844; priest Sept. 21, 1846; r. Oyster Bay, N.Y. 1844r- 
46; St. Paul's ch. East Chester 1846-47; St. James's ch. N.Y. 
City 1847-50 and Grace Chapel (later ch. of Incarnation) 1850- 
54; prof. N.T. Exegesis and Ch. Hist. Berkeley Div. Sch. 1854- 
59; r. Trinity ch. New Haven, Ct. 1859-95 and emer. ; one of 
editors Amer. ed'n Lange's Commentary; d. Jan. 12, 1902. D.D. 
Trinity 1862. 

George Baker Jewett (1840^1, 1842-43) b. Lebanon, Me. Sept. 11, 
1818; Amh. 1840 and tutor 1842-44; teacher Salem, Mass. and 
Lowell 1844-50; prof. Latin and Mod. Lang. Amh. 1850-54; ord. 
May 24, 1855; p. First ch. Nashua, N.H. 1855-56; w.c. Salem, 
Mass. from 1856; edited fifth vol. Punchard's Hist, of Congre- 
gationalism and assisted Prof. J. H. Thayer in preparing N.T. 
lexicon; d. June 9, 1886. D.D. Amh. 1871. 

John Lawrence (1840-41) b. St. Johnsbury, Vt. May 21, 1814; 
P.A.; Dart. 1836-37; Gilmanton (N.H.) Sem. 1840; res. lie. And. 
Sem. 1850; teacher Westfield (Mass.) Acad. 1841-42; classical 
sch. Springfield 1843-45; prin. Lyndon (Vt.) Acad. 1846-47; ord. 
Aug. 3, 1848; p. Hookset, N.H. 1847-48; Salem 1849-52 and 
1859-62; Carlisle, Mass. 1853-59; U.S. Chr. Com. in Va. 1863; 
p. Wilton, Me. 1863-66 and h.m. Franklin Co. 1866-68; res. 
Reading, Mass., St. Johnsbury, Vt. and Cambridge, Mass. 1869- 
91; Elyria, O. from 1891; compiler of genealogies; d. May 15, 
1894. 

Daniel Gregory Mason (1840-41) b. Savannah, Ga. May 8, 1820; 
Marietta 1840 ; publisher N.Y. City ; d. Schwalbach, Ger. June 24, 
1869. Son of Dr. Lowell Mason, instructor. 

Benjamin Mead (1840-42) b. Newfield, Me. Dec. 28, 1813; Bowd. 
1838; Bangor Sem. 1843; h.m. Tazewell Co. 111.; prof. Shelby- 
ville Coll. Ky.; d. Newfield, Me. Jan. 12, 1846. 

Samuel John Mills Merwin (1840-42) b. New Haven, Ct. Nov. 3, 
1819; Yale 1839; Yale Sem. 1844; ord. Dec. 18, 1844; p. South- 
port 1844-59; South Hadley, Mass. 1860-67; Wilton, Ct. 1868- 
80; Redding from 1883, res. New Haven; d. Sept. 12, 1888. 

Ariel Ebenezer Parish Perkins (1840-41) b. Royalston, Mass. Oct. 
11, 1820; PA.; Amh. 1840; prin. Keene (N.H.) Acad. 1842-44, 
studying theol. with Dr. Zedekiah S. Barstow; ord. Sept. 18, 
1844; p. Phillipston, Mass. 1844-55; East ch. Ware 1855-85; 



208 ALUMNI 1843 

U.S. Chr. Com. in Va. 1865; w.c. Worcester from 1885; trustee 
Theol. Inst. Ct.; d. June 27, 1899. D.D. Wms. 1870. 

William Porter (1840-41) b. Lee, Mass. Jan. 10, 1820; Wms. 1839; 
Union Sem. 1843; res. Fla. and Ga. 1843-50; ord. by Berkshire 
(Mass.) Assoc. Aug. 25, 1847; instructor Marietta 1850-52; prof. 
Math, and Latin Beloit 1852-56, prof. Latin from 1856. D.D. 
Wms. 1882. Address 735 College St. Beloit, Wis. 

Lubin Burton Rockwood (1840-41) b. Wilton, N.H. Apr. 8, 1816; 
Dart. 1839; Union Sem. 1843 and finan. agt 1843-50; ord. N.Y. 
City Apr. 18, 1845; p. Rocky Hill, Ct. 1850-59; agt Amer. (N.Y.) 
Tract Soc. for Ct. 1859-60, dist. sec. Boston from 1860; res. 
Roxbury; d. May 7, 1872. 

George Washington Sill (1840-41) b. Lyme, Ct. Feb. 26, 1812; Yale 
1838; ord. (Epis.) deacon Dec. 17, 1843; priest 1845; prof. Math. 
Kemper Coll. Mo. 1842^5, also min. Hannibal and Palmyra; r. 
Holly Springs, Miss, and prin. fern. sem. 1845-53; r. Trinity ch. 
Pass Christian and assoc. prin. Trinity Fern. Sem. 1853-60; res. 
in La. 1861-65; teacher Pass Christian, Miss. 1865 and res. there 
after; d. Aug. 24, 1866. 

Thomas Harvey Skinner, Jr. (1842^3) b. Philadelphia, Pa. Oct. 6, 
1820; P.A.; N.Y. Univ. 1840; Union Sem. 1843; ord. Dec. 8, 
1843; p. (Presb.) Paterson, N.J. 1843-46; West Presb., ch. N.Y. 
City 1846-55; Honesdale, Pa. 1856-59; (Ref. Dutch) Stapleton, 
Staten Is. N.Y. 1859-68; (Presb.) Fort Wayne, Ind. 1868-71; 
Second Presb. ch. Cincinnati, O. 1871-81; prof. Didac. and Polem. 
Theol. McCormick Sem. 18S1-90, prof. Divinity from 1890; 
trustee Lake Forest Univ.; d. Chicago, 111. Jan. 4, 1892. D.D. 
N.J. Coll. 1867; LL.D. Wash, and Jeff. Coll. Pa. 1890. Son of 
Prof. Thomas Harvey Skinner. 

James Allen Taylor (1839-40, 1841-42) b. Granby, Mass. Aug. 21, 
1814; Amh. 1839; prin. Atkinson (N.H.) Acad. 1840-41; d. 
Atkinson, while a member of Seminary, Oct. 2, 1842. 

Hiram Wason (1840-41) b. New Boston, N.H. Dec. 18, 1814; Amh. 
1838; Yale Sem. 1843; ord. Nov. 20, 1843; p. (Presb.) Vevay, 
Ind. 1843-57, also teacher 1845-51; p. West Creek 1857-64 and 
res. there after, often preaching; representative; d. June 24, 
1898. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

James Henry Bancroft Abbot Resident. Class of 1842. 

Samuel Colcord Bartlett Abbot Resident. Class of 1842. 

Roswell Dwight Hitchcock Class of 1841. 

Asa Mann Class of 1842. 

William Augustus Peabody Abbot Resident. Class of 1842. 

Jesse George Davis Stearns Class of 1842. 



ALUMNI 1844 209 

1844 

GRADUATES 

Homer Henry Benson b. Hinesburg, Vt. Apr. 22, 1816; Univ. Vt. 
1838; ord. Aztalan, Wis. Feb. 13, 1845; p. (Presb.) Geneva 1844- 
54; Appleton 1854^58; Waupun 1858-60; Mineral Point 1860-63; 
chap. 10th Wis. Vols. 1863-64; agt N.W. Freedmen's Aid Com. 
1865-66; Amer. Miss'y Assoc. Beloit 1866-73; dist. supt Amer. 
Bible Soc. Ind. 1873-76; finan. agt Beloit Coll. 1877-78; p. Rich- 
land Centre, Wis. 1878-80; Middleton 1880-81; Pardeeville 1881- 
84; Barton 1886-91; w.c. Wauwatosa from 1891; d. Dec. 1, 1899. 

John Jay Butler b. Berwick, Me. Apr. 9, 1814; Bowd. 1837; ord. 
(Free Bapt.) Jan. 28, 1846; prof. Chr. Theol. Whitestown (N.Y.) 
Theol. Sem. 1844-54, Theol. Inst. New Hampton, N.H. 1854^70; 
prof. Sac. Rhet. Bates 1870-73; prof. Sac. Lit. Hillsdale Coll. 
Mich, from 1873; author of Commentary on New Test.; d. 
Hillsdale June 16, 1891. D.D. Bowd. 1860. 

Erastus Baldwin Claggett b. Newport, N.H. May 9, 1815; Dart. 
1836-38; res. lie. 1845; ord. Sept. 30, 1846; p. Lyndeboro 1846- 
70; New Fairfield, Ct. from 1870; d. May 16, 1877. A.M. hon. 
Dart. 1861. 

David Burt Colton b. Longmeadow, Mass. June 20, 1821 ; Yale 1841 ; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1841^3; teacher Elizabethtown, N.J. 1848-51; 
clerk in office of Springfield Republican; d. Longmeadow, Mass. 
Sept. 16, 1853. 

George Cook b. Swanzey, N.H. Aug. 31, 1817; P. A.; Amh. 1841; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1841-43; prof. Math. Dallas Colleg. Inst. Selma, 
Ala. 1844-^9; in business Keene, N.H. 1850-66 and res. there 
after; d. Brooklyn, N.Y. Mar. 1, 1889. 

Henry Martyn Dexter b. Plympton, Mass. Aug. 13, 1821; Brown 
1836-39; Yale 1840; ord. Nov. 9, 1844; p. Franklin St. ch. Man- 
chester, N.H. 1844-49; Pine St. (later Berkeley Temple) ch. 
Boston 1849-67; one of founders of Cong. Quarterly, and ed. 
1859-65; assoc. ed. Congregationalist 1851-56, ed. 1856-65, one 
of prop'rs and ed. in chief from 1867; res. New Bedford from 
1873; Southworth lecturer on Congregationalism And. Sem. 
1876-79; moderator Nat'l Cong. Council St. Louis, Mo. 1880; 
author and editor of books on Congregationalism; d. Nov. 13, 
1890. D.D. Iowa 1865, Yale 1880; LL.D. Yale 1890. 

Joseph Myron Rensselaer Eaton b. Fitchburg, Mass. Oct. 15, 1814; 
Amh. 1841; ord. Jan. 9, 1845; p. Clintonville, Lancaster (now 
Clinton) 1845^7; Shirley 1847-50; Henniker, N.H. 1851-68; 
Second ch. Medfield, Mass. 1869-76; w.c. Fitchburg 1877-91; 
Redlands, Cal. from 1891; d. Apr. 30, 1904. 



210 ALUMNI 1844 

Joel Sumner Everett b. Halifax, Vt. Aug. 28, 1813; Amh. 1840; 
ord. Southbridge, Mass. Oct. 10, 1844; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Smyrna, 
Turkey 1845-47; Constantinople from 1847; d. Mar. 8, 1856. 

Alfred Hawes b. Holliston, Mass. Apr. 2, 1818; Brown 1841; ord. 
Holliston Oct. 16, 1844; p. (Presb.) Marion, Ind. from 1844; d. 
Aug. 31, 1854. 

Norman Hazen b. Hartford, Vt. Sept. 7, 1814; Dart. 1840; Lane 
Sem. 1841^2; a.p. Ludlow, Vt. 1845-46; ord. Mar. 24, 1847; 
p. First ch. Royalton from 1847; d. Feb. 13, 1852. 

John Pinkerton Humphrey b. Derry, N.H. Apr. 29, 1817; Dart. 
1839; a.p. Shirley, Mass. 1845-46; ord. Feb. 3, 1847; p. Win- 
chester, N.H. 1847-67; Third ch. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1868-79; 
w.c. Winchendon, Mass. 1880-85; Northfield from 1886; d. Feb. 
10, 1889. 

Reuben Safford Kendall b. Hope, Me. Oct. 5, 1814; 111. Coll. 1839; 
tutor Knox 1840^1 ; res. lie. 1845 ; ord. Dec. 24, 1845 ; p. Machias, 
Me. 1845-47; prof. Greek and Latin 111. Coll. 1848-52; p. Middle- 
bury, Vt. 1853-56; Lenox, Mass. 1859-65; w.c. Newton 1865-67; 
p. Vernon, Ct. 1867-71; U.S. consul Strasburg, Ger. 1871; 
Brindisi, Italy from 1872; d. Geneva, Switz. June 20, 1873. 

Simeon Miller b. Ludlow, Mass. Mar. 20, 1815; Amh. 1840; ord. 
May 7, 1846; p. Third ch. West Springfield (later First ch. 
Holyoke) 1844-70; South Deerfield 1870-72; Ludlow Mills 1872- 
73; Andover, Ct. 1876-82; res. Springfield, Mass. from 1872; d. 
Mar. 29, 1898. 

David Pinkerton b. Landaff, N.H. Nov. 3, 1813; Dart. 1841; ord. 
Aztalan, Wis. Feb. 13, 1845; h.m. Elk Horn and Sugar Creek 
1844-47; Salem and Pine Grove 1847-51; p. (Presb.) Somers 
1851-53; Two Rivers 1853-57; Oakfield 1857-60; w.c. Waupun 
1860-68; p. Greencastle, Io. 1868-70; w.c. Highland 1870-77; 
Grinnell 1877-84; Chetopa, Kan. from 1884; d. Dec. 19, 1886. 

Abijah Stowell b. Lyndon, Vt. Aug. 20, 1815; Gilmanton (N.H.) 
Sem. 1839-40; ord. Boylston, Mass. Sept. 18, 1844; h.m. Wash- 
ington Co. Me. 1844-46; p. Perry 1846-50; Jamaica, Vt. 1851-52; 
Gardner, Mass. 1852-57; Gill 185&-65; Erving 1865-68 and 1872- 
80; Petersham 1868-72; Windsor 1880-85; Winchendon from 
1885; d. Mar. 13. 1889. 

Francis Vergnies Tenney b. Newburyport, Mass. Apr. 19, 1819; 
P.A. ; Amh. 1841 ; ord. Aug. 7, 1845 ; p. South Braintree 1845-48 ; 
Byfield 1850-57; Manchester 1858-69; Saugus 1869-77; Phillips- 
ton 1878-80; w.c. Ipswich from 1882; d. Apr. 19, 1885. 

Leonard Tenney b. Groton, N.H. Aug. 5, 1814; Dart. 1840; ord. 
Mar. 19. 1845; p. Jaffrey 1845-57, also co. com'r com. schools 
1855-57; p. Thetford, Vt. 1857-68; Barre 1868-81 and sec. Vt. 



ALUMNI 1844 211 

Bible Soc. 1882-83; res. Waterbury 1885-1900, p. Williamstown 
1890-91; res. Boston from 1901; d. Manchester July 5, 1903. 

Richard Tolman b. Dorchester, Mass. Sept. 30, 1817;. Amh. 1839; 
res. lie. 1845; ord. Sept. 17, 1845; p. Third (now Maple St.) ch. 
Dan vers 1845-48; South Dennis 1849-52; Tewksbury 1852-70; 
chap. Hampton Inst. Va. 1870-78 and teacher of colored pastors 
1878-86; res. Arlington, Mass. from 1886; representative from 
Tewksbury; d. Jan. 2, 1894. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Rollin Diarca Hemenway Allen (1841-42) b. Middlebury, Vt. Jan. 
10, 1821; Midd. 1841; Yale Sem. 1844; teacher Tolland, Ct., 
Geneseo and Riga, N.Y., Terryville, Ct. 1847-51; manufacturer 
Terryville from 1851; representative; d. Dec. 19, 1893. 

William Stinson Blanchard (1841^3) b. Wilton, Me. Feb. 10, 1813; 
Waterville 1836-39; Bowd. 1840; Lane Sem. 1845; ord. Knox- 
ville, 111. Oct. 12, 1846; p. Sheboygan, Wis. 1849-50; instructor 
Anc. Lang, and Hist. Cleveland Univ. O. 1852-60; res. Mendota, 
111.; Chicago 1868-72; Knoxville 1873-75; Waukegan; Winthrop, 
Me. from 1889 ; d. May 10, 1896. 

Jackson Jones Bushnell (1841-42) b. Old Saybrook, Ct. Feb. 19, 
1815; Yale 1841; tutor West. Res. 1842-44 and finan. agt 1844- 
48; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Beloit 1848-57 and from 1863; 
in business 1857-63; d. Beloit, Wis. Mar. 8, 1873. 

Alender Osmyn Clapp (1839^0, 1843-44) b. Easthampton, Mass. 
Jan. 28, 1811; Amh. 1837; teacher Worthington and Pittsfield 
1837-39; family sch. Woodville, Miss. 1840-42; res. Worcester, 
Mass.; Northampton; d. Mar. 3, 1867. 

Thornton Washington Clapp (1841^43) b. Easthampton, Mass. Jan. 
28, 1811; Wms. 1835; Gen. Theol. Sem. (1845); prof. Math. 
Wash. Coll. Miss.; lawyer in Miss.; ord. (Epis.) deacon July 12, 
1844; preached at various places; civil eng. Fremont, O.; d. 
Gloversville, N.Y. Jan. 24, 1881. 

John Langdon Dudley (1841^2) b. Andover, N.H. Jan. 12, 1812; 
PA.; Amh. 1844; ord. Newport, R.I. June 11, 1847; sup. United 
ch. Newport 1847-49; p. South ch. Middletown, Ct. 1849-68; 
Plymouth ch. Milwaukee, Wis. 1868-75; preached (Unit.) Chi- 
cago, 111., Denver, Col., Madison, Wis.; p. Theodore Parker 
Memorial ch. Boston 1877-79; res. Milwaukee, Wis. 1879-89; 
Lake Mills 1889-94; St. Augustine, Fla. 1894; d. Boston Nov. 21, 
1894. 

Charles Hammond (1841-42) b. Union, Ct. June 15, 1813; Yale 
1839; Yale Sem. 1844; res. lie. And. Sem. 1845; prin. Monson 
(Mass.) Acad. 1839-41 and 1845-52; ord. Tolland Oct. 9, 1855; 
prin. Lawrence Acad. Groton 1852-63; Monson Acad, from 1863; 
d. Monson Nov. 7, 1878. LL.D. Iowa 1877. 



212 ALUMNI 1844 

Joseph Edward Hood (1841-42) b. Amesbury, Mass. Oct. 24, 1815; 
Dart. 1841; ed. Essex Transcript Amesbury, Mass. 1842; Peo- 
ple's Advocate Hanover 1843; Granite Freeman and Indep. 
Democrat Concord, N.H. 1845^48; telegraph supt Springfield, 
Mass. and Boston 1849-54; assoc. ed. Springfield Republican; 
ed. Rocky Mountain News; d. Denver, Col. Nov. 23, 1871. 

James Jackson (1841-44) b. Coventry (now Benton), N.H. Nov. 19, 
1814; P.A.; Dart. 1841; Epis. Sem. Va. 1844; ord. deacon July 
14, 1844; min. Savannah, Ga. from 1844; drowned Mar. 19, 1845. 

Joseph Leland Lord (1841^2) b. Amherst, N.H. June 30, 1820; 
Dart. 1839 and preceptor Moor's Charity Sch. 1841-42; lawyer 
Bath, Me.; Boston; Saxonville; d. Apr. 1, 1874. Son of Nathan 
Lord, class of 1815. 

George Frederick Magoun (1841-42) b. Bath, Me. Mar. 29, 1821; 
Bowd. 1841; Yale Sem. 1843-44; prin. high sch. Galena, 111. 
1844-45; prin. acad. Plattesville, Wis. 1845-46; res. lie. 1847; 
ord. (Presb.) Jan. 25, 1848; h.m. Shullsburg, Wis. 1847-48; p. 
Second Presb. ch. Galena, 111. 1848-51; lawyer Burlington, Io.; 
p. (Cong.) Davenport 1855-60; Lyons 1860-64; prof. Ment. and 
Mor. Science Iowa Coll. 1863-90, pres. 1864-84 and res. Grinnell 
after; lecturer And. Sem. 1878-81; d. Jan. 30, 1896. D.D. Amh. 
1867. 

Henry Child Morse (1841^42) b. Exeter, N.Y. May 22, 1811; Yale 
1839; ord. (Presb.) Feb. 12, 1846; p. Lima, Ind. 1845-47; Tryone, 
N.Y. 1847-48; (Cong.) Union City, Mich. 1848-53; Ontario, Ind. 
1856-58, also prin. Lagrange Colleg. Inst.; res. Union City, Mich, 
from 1859; d. Nov. 11, 1890. 

Albert Paine (1841-42) b. Woodstock, Ct. July 21, 1819; Yale 1841; 
Yale Sem. 1843-44; Auburn Sem. 1845; a.p. (Presb.) Lancaster, 
N.Y. 1846; res. lie. 1848; ord. Sept. 7, 1848; p. West Amesbury 
(now Merrimac), Mass. 1848-54; North Adams 1856-62; hospital 
chap. Fortress Monroe 1862; ed. and prop'r Beloit Journal Wis. 
1864-67; bookseller Rockford, 111. 1867-71; res. Charlestown, 
Mass. 1871-81, sup. North Falmouth 1875-78; res. Roxbury from 
1881; d. May 14, 1901. 

Charles Richards (1841-42) b. Darien, Ct. Dec. 9, 1814; Union 
1841; Union Sem. 1843-44; Auburn Sem. 1844-45; ord. May 25, 
1847; p. (Presb.) Lakeville, N.Y. 1845-49; Hector 1849-51; 
Rensselaerville 1851-55; Monroeville, 0. 1855-58; Maumee City 
1858-68; Pardeeville and Wyocena, Wis. 1868-73; w.c. Maumee 
(South Toledo), 0. 1873-86; Hamden from 1886; d. Aug. 29, 
1890. 

David Cochran Scobey (1841^2) b. Francestown, N.H. Sept. 10, 
1814; P. A.; Dart. 1839; teacher high sch. Lowell, Mass. 1842- 
50; d. Mar. 1, 1850. 



ALUMNI 1844 213 

Edmund Farwell Slafter (184(ML1, 1842-44) b. Norwich, Vt. May 
30, 1816; Dart. 1840; prin. Topsfield (Mass.) Acad. 1841-42; ord. 
(Epis.) deacon July 12, 1844; priest July 30, 1845; r. St. Peter's 
ch. Cambridge 1844-46; St. John's ch. Jamaica Plain 1846-53; 
asst min. St. Paul's ch. Boston 1853-57 and res. there after; agt 
Amer. Bible Soc. 1857-77; registrar diocese of Mass. from 1884; 
engaged in lit. and hist, researches; d. Little Boar's Head, N.H. 
Sept. 22, 1906. D.D. Dart. 1890. 

David Turner (1841-42) b. Lyme, N.H. Dec. 9, 1815; Dart. 1841; 
prin. classical and Eng. sch. Richmond, Va. 1842-68; Thetford 
(Vt.) Acad, from 1869; d. Aug. 9, 1882. 

Jeremy Webster Tuck (1841-42) b. Kensington, N.H. Oct. 8, 1811; 
P.A.; Amh. 1840; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1843; ord. Sept. 6, 1843; p. 
Ludlow, Mass. 1843-60; First ch. Palmer 1860-65; Jewett City, 
Ct. 1866-76; Third ch. Middletown 1877-81 and asst p. to Dr. 
A. W. Hazen 1881-89; res. Springfield, Mass. from 1889; d. 
Feb. 25, 1892. 

John Bronk Van Dyck (1841-42) b. Coxsackie, N.Y. Apr. 19, 1823; 
Union 1841; physician Windham 1846-49; Coxsackie from 1849; 
d. Jan. 22, 1900. M.D. Coll. Phys. and Surg. 1846. 

John Adam Walker (1841^2) b. Lenox, Mass. Jan. 7, 1821; Wms. 
1840 and tutor 1844-45; Union Sem. 1843-44 and 1845-46; lawyer 
Lenox, Mass. 1848-53; Pittsfield from 1853; representative; d. 
May 24, 1864. 

John Webster (1841-42) b. South Kingston, N.H. May 27, 1810; 
P.A.; Dart. 1841; physician Providence, R.I.; N.Y. City; U.S. 
surgeon; physician Chicago, 111.; Cal. ; d. 1888. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

James Davie Butler (1840-42, 1843-44) Abbot Resident. Class of 
1840. 

Clinton Clark Class of 1843. 

Joseph Merriam Grout b. Westboro, Mass. Sept. 11, 1814; Yale 
1840; Yale Sem. 1843; h.m. 111. and Mo. 1844-55; d. Aug. 1, 1855. 

Horatio Merrill Class of 1843. 

Erastus Ripley Abbot Resident. Class of 1843. 

Rensselaer David Chanceford Robbins (1841^44) Abbot Resident. 
Class of 1841. 

John Herrick Stratton Class of 1843. 

John Wesley True b. Mercer, Me. Aug. 9, 1815; p. (Meth.) Dennys- 
ville, Rumford, Kent's Hill, Brunswick, Eliot, North Berwick 
1838-52; res. Lima, N.Y.; d. Mar. 2, 1855. 



214 ALUMNI 1845 

Charles Willey b. Derby, Vt. Sept. 9, 1815; ord. Oct. 15, 1845; p. 
Chichester, N.H. 1845-50; Kingston 1851-52; Second ch. Loudon 
1853-57; Epsom 1857-59; Barrington 1859-65; Centre Harbor 
1865-68; Greenfield 1868-69; Nelson 1869-70; Swanzey 1871-73; 
Bloomington, Wis. 1873-75; Newfield, N.J. 1875-88 and res. 
there after; d. Oct. 26, 1893. 



1845 

GRADUATES 

Lauren Armsby b. Whitinsville, Northbridge, Mass. Jan. 16, 1817; 
Amh. 1842; Union Sem. 1842-43; a.p. Waterville, Me. 1845-46; 
ord. May 27, 1846; p. Chester, N.H. 1846-56; Faribault, Minn. 
1856-65; chap. 8th Minn. Vols. 1863-65; p. Candia, N.H. 1865- 
70; Mound City, Kan. 1870-73; Council Grove 1873-1900 and 
res. there after; d. Mar. 2, 1904. 

Josiah Wolcott Brown b. Concord, Mass. May 18, 1812; Amh. 1835- 
36; Yale 1837-38; ord. Concord Aug. 5, 1846; h.m. Oswego, 111. 
1846-48; p. North Ashburnham, Mass. 1853-54; w.c. Manchester, 
Vt. 1854-69; Westboro 1869-72 and 1877-80; Charlton 1873^76; 
West Acton from 1880; d. Mar. 30, 1890. 

Daniel Reed Cady b. Malta, N.Y. Oct. 8, 1813; Wms. 1838; ord. 
Oct. 29, 1845; p. Rutland, Mass. 1845-49; Westboro 1849-56; 
West Cambridge (later Arlington) 1856-77; w.c. Westboro from 
1877; d. May 17, 1879. D.D. Wms. 1871. 

Alexander Huntington Clapp b. Worthington, Mass. Sept. 1, 1818; 
PA.; Yale 1842; Yale Sem. 1842-44; res. lie. And. Sem. 1846; 
acting prof. Rhet. Midd. 1846; ord. Oct. 14, 1846; p. Brattleboro, 
Vt. 1846-53; Beneficent ch. Providence, R.I. 1855-65; chap. 10th 
R.I. Vols. 1862; sec. Amer. H.M. Soc. N.Y. City 1865-78, treas. 
1878-93, hon. treas. and ed'l sec. from 1893; lecturer And. Sem. 
1873-78; N.Y. corres. Congregationalist 1875-97; d. Apr. 27, 
1899. D.D. Iowa 1868. 

Lucius Quintus Curtis b. Torringford, Ct. Nov. 16, 1812; Wms. 
1835; Yale Sem. 1843-44; ord. July 6, 1846'; p. Woodbury, Ct. 
1846-54; Colchester 1856-68; U.S. Chr. Com.; Ripon, Wis. 1869- 
70; Lyons, Io. 1871-75; w.c. Hartford, Ct. from 1875; d. Feb. 11, 
1901. 

Noadiah Smith Dickinson b. Amherst, Mass. Mar. 22, 1815; Amh. 
1841; teacher Townsend 1845^6; ord. May 27, 1847; p. Wendell 
1847-52; Chatham 1852-58; Foxboro 1858-69; South Egremont 
from 1872; d. Jacksonville, Fla. Mar. 28, 1876. 

David Dimond b. Groton, N.H. Apr. 26, 1819; PA.; Dart. 1842; 
teacher PA. 1843-45; ord. St. Louis, Mo. Apr. 12, 1846; h.m. 



ALUMNI 1845 215 

St. Charles 1845-46; p. Troy 1846-50; Collinsville, 111. 1851-54 
prof. Latin and Greek Webster Coll. Mo. and p. Rock Hill 1854- 
60; Anna, 111. 1866-70; Brighton 1860-65, 1870-85 and emer. 
d. Nov. 22, 1896. 

William Plumer Eastman b. Hollis, N.H. Sept. 20, 1813 ; Dart. 1842 
ord. May 5, 1846; h.m. New Comerstown, 0. 1845-46; p. (Presb.) 
Union 1847-67, also Greenland 1847-52; teacher Piketon 1867- 
70; Kingston 1870-74; p. Greenland and Mona 1874-80; res. 
Union from 1874; d. Oct. 2, 1887. 

William Tappan Eustis b. Boston July 6, 1821; Yale 1841; Yale 
Sem. 1843-44; ord. Apr. 8, 1846; p. South Woburn (now Win- 
chester), Mass. 1846-48; Chapel St. ch. New Haven, Ct. 1848-69; 
Memorial ch. Springfield, Mass. from 1869; visitor And. Sem.; 
d. Mar. 30, 1888. D.D. Amh. 1880. 

Samuel Bacon Fairbank b. Stamford, Ct. Dec. 14, 1822; 111. Coll. 
1842; ord. Jacksonville, 111. Nov. 11, 1845; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Western India from 1846; translated many hymns and prepared 
first book of musical notation in Marathi ; d. May 31, 1898. D.D. 
111. Coll. 1877. 

George Ford b. Boston Feb. 27, 1819; Harv. 1842; ord. Groton 
Oct. 7, 1846; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Madura District, India 1846-53; 
p. East Falmouth, Mass. 1855-62; Tolland 1863-69; miss'y to 
Senecas, Cattaraugus Res'n, N.Y. 1869-75 (A.B.C.F.M. 1869-71, 
Presb. Board after); res. Elk Point, Dak. 1876-82; Du Page, 111. 
from 1882 ; d. Kansas City, Mo. Feb. 2, 1901. 

John Harper Garman b. Meredith Bridge (now Laconia), N.H. 
Jan. 20, 1811; Amh. 1832-33; a.p. Baldwin, Me. 1846-47; ord. 
Nov. 3, 1847; p. Limington 1847-55; Scarboro 1855-60; Lebanon 
1860-65; North Orange, Mass. 1865-75; Shutesbury 1875; North 
Orange and Warwick 1876-81 and res. North Orange after; d. 
June 14, 1904. 

Joshua Sanders Gay b. Stoughton, Mass. Feb. 7, 1819; P.A.; Amh. 
1841; a.p. St. Stephen, N.B. 1845^6; Biddeford, Me. 1846-47; 
ord. Jan. 27, 1848; p. Andover 1848-51; Pittston 1852-54; 
Stoddard, N.H. 1854-57; Chichester 1857-63; Byfield, Mass. 1866- 
69; Brookfield, Vt. 1870-71; Auburn, N.H. 1871-74; Centre 
Harbor 1874-77; Hanson, Mass. 1878-82; Waquoit, Falmouth 
1882-85; South Wellfleet 1885-91; w.c. Biddeford, Me. from 
1891; d. Mar. 22, 1896. 

John Putnam Gulliver b. Boston May 12, 1819; P. A.; Yale 1840; 
Yale Sem. 1843-44; res. lie. And. Sem. 1846; ord. Oct. 1, 1846; 
p. Broadway ch. Norwich, Ct. 1845-65; N.E. ch. Chicago, 111. 
1865-68; pres. Knox 1868-72; p. First Presb. ch. Binghamton, 
N.Y. 1872-78; prof. Relations of Christianity and Science, And. 
Sem. from 1878; fellow Yale; d. Andover Jan. 25, 1894. D.D. 
Iowa Coll. 1867; LL.D. Univ. Iowa 1869. 



216 ALUMNI 1845 

Allen Hazen b. Hartford, Vt. Nov. 30, 1822; Dart. 1842; ord. Berlin, 
Vt. July 1, 1846; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Western India 1846-72 (in 
U.S. 1858-63) ; p. Hope Chapel, Springfield, Mass. 1874; Pomfret, 
Vt. 1875-77; Norwich 1877-79; Agawam, Mass. 1880-81; Deer- 
field 1882-89; Hartland, Vt. 1889-91; delegate Internat'l Council, 
London 1891; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Western India 1891-94; res. 
Washington, D.C. from 1895; fellow Univ. Bombay; d. May 12, 
1898. D.D. Dart. 1873. 

James Herrick b. Broome, Can. Mar. 19, 1814; Wms. 1841; ord. 
Brattleboro, Vt. Oct. 10, 1845; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Madura Dis- 
trict, India 1845-83; res. West Brattleboro, Vt. from 1883; d. 
Dec. 1, 1891. 

James Mason Hoppin b. Providence, R.I. Jan. 17, 1820; Yale 1840; 
Harv. Law Sen. 1840^2; Union Sem. 1842-44; Univ. Berlin 1846- 
48; ord. Mar. 27, 1850; p. Crombie St. ch. Salem, Mass. 1850-59; 
prof. Homiletics and Past'l Charge Yale Sem. 1861-79, also 
p. College ch. 1861-63; prof. Hist, of Art Yale 1879-99 and 
emer. ; instructor Sac. Rhet. Union Sem. 1880-81; author of 
works on art and travel; d. New Haven, Ct. Nov. 15, 1906. D.D. 
Knox 1870; LL.D. Dart. 1902. 

William Asa Keith b. Eastport, Me. Sept. 3, 1810; Wms. 1841; 
a.p. (Presb.) Shelbyville, Mo. 1845-46; ord. May 5, 1847; p. 
(Cong.) Maquoketa, Io. 1846^8; Tipton 1848-51; Pedee 1851- 
53; Decorah 1854-57; Brookfield 1857-66; res. Denver, Col.; 
d. Jan. 15, 1889. 

John Henry Martin Leland b. Amherst, Mass. Jan. 25, 1821; Amh. 
1840; a.p. Gill 1846-47; ord. Oct. 13, 1847; p. South Royalston 
1847-49; Bethel, Me. 1850-53; Norwich (now Huntington), Mass. 
1853-55; First ch. Palmer 1855-58; w.c. Amherst from 1858; 
d. Dec. 16, 1893. 

William Miller b. New Braintree, Mass. Aug. 8, 1817; Amh. 1842; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1842-43; ord. Oct. 1, 1845; p. Halifax, Vt. 1845- 
47; Gill, Mass. 1847-50; teacher Dennysville, Me. 1850-52; North 
Brookfield, Mass. 1852-54; p. Sterling 1855-58; Saundersville 
1860-63; Petersham 1865-67; Mt. Carmel, Ct. 1867-69; Killing- 
worth 1869-79; Rocky Hill 1879-82; Southbury 1882-84; res. 
New Britain from 1884, sup. New Hartford 1888-90 and Buck- 
ingham 1892-94; d. Aug. 14, 1895. 

William Porter b. Lyme, N.H. Oct. 31, 1814; Amh. 1836-37; Dart. 
1840; ord. (Presb.) Apr. 12, 1846; h.m. Clark Co. Mo. 1845-54; 
Port Byron, 111. 1854-60; Granville 1860-64; asst ed. Jour, of 
Agriculture St. Louis, Mo. 1864-72, res. Webster Groves; res. 
near Los Angeles, Cal. from 1872; d. May 10, 1905. 

Charles Smith b. Hatfield, Mass. Aug. 10, 1818; Amh. 1841; Yale 
Sem. 1843-44; res. lie. And. Sem. 1847; ord. Oct. 10, 1847; p. 



ALUMNI 1845 217 

Warren, Mass. 1847-52; South ch. Andover 1852-53 and 1861- 
76; Shawmut ch. Boston 1853-58 and Oak Place ch. 1860-61; w.c. 
Andover from 1876; representative from Andover; d. Oct. 29, 
1887. 
Samuel Jones Spalding b. Lyndeboro, N.H. Dec. 11, 1820; Dart. 
1842; h.m. Winslow, Me. 1845-46; ord. Oct. 28, 1846; p. Salmon 
Falls, Rollinsford, N.H. 1846-51 and 1884-91; Whitefield ch. 
Newburyport, Mass. 1851-84 and res. there after; chap. 48th 
Mass. Vols. 1862-63; compiler Eccl. History of Essex Co. and 
Spalding genealogy; d. Apr. 10, 1892. D.D. Ingham Univ. N.Y. 
1861? Dart. 1872. 

Richard Salter Storrs b. Braintree, Mass. Aug. 21, 1821; Amh. 
1839; ord. Oct. 22, 1845; p. Harvard ch. Brookline 1845-46; ch. 
of Pilgrims Brooklyn, N.Y. 1846-99 and emer. ; one of founders 
of Independent; published Lowell Inst, lectures and hist'l ora- 
tions; pres. A.B.C.F.M. 1887-97; trustee Amh.; d. Brooklyn 
June 5, 1900. D.D. Union 1853, Harv. 1859; LL.D. N.J. Coll. 
1874. Son of Richard Salter Storrs, class of 1810. 

William Wakefield b. Reading, Mass. Dec. 5, 1812; Amh. 1839; ord. 
June 17, 1846; h.m. McConnellsville, 0. 1845-52; Madison 1852- 
55; Harmar 1855-72; La Harpe, 111. 1873-80; agt Bible Soc. 
Peoria 1880-86; res. Sheffield, Mass. from 1886 ;' d. Oct. 24, 1887. 

Edward Webb b. Lowestoft, Suffolk, Eng. Dec. 15, 1819 ; ord. Ware, 
Mass. Oct. 23, 1845; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Madura District, India 
1845-64; p. First Presb. ch. Darby, Pa. 1864-66; Glasgow, Del. 
1866-71; Andover, N.J. 1871-73; finan. sec. Lincoln Univ. and 
p. Univ. ch. Oxford, Pa. from 1873; founder and ed. Quar. Repos- 
itory India; one of revisers of Tamil Bible; ''father of Christian 
Tamil music"; d. Apr. 6, 1898. 

Moses Hemmenway Wells b. Deerfield, N.H. Aug. 27, 1814; Dart. 
1839; teacher PA. 1839^0; teacher Groton (Mass.) Acad. 1842, 
prin. 1844-45; ord. Nov. 19, 1845; p. Pittsfield, N.H. 1845-53; 
prin. Berwick (Me.) Acad. 1853-55; p. Hinsdale, N.H. 1856-65; 
Lyndon, Vt. 1866-71 ; Lower Waterf ord 1871-78 ; res. Claremont, 
N.H. 1878-84, p. Ascutneyville, Vt. 1880-83; Dummerston 1884- 
86; w.c. Northfield, Mass. from 1886; d. Dec. 31, 1893. 

Royal Gould Wilder b. Bridport, Vt. Oct. 27, 1816; Midd. 1840; 
ord. Malone, N.Y. Oct. 22, 1845; miss'y Western India 1846-75, 
of A.B.C.F.M. 1846-57, Presb. Board 1870-75; res. Princeton, 
N.J. after; author of commentaries in Marathi; ed. Miss'y 
Review 1878-87; d. N.Y. City Oct. 7, 1887. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Rowland Ayres (1842-43) b. Granby, Mass. May 1, 1817; Amh. 
1841 and tutor 1844-46; Princ. Sem. 1847; ord. Jan. 12, 1848; 



218 ALUMNI 1845 

p. First ch. Hadley, Mass. 1848-83 and emer. ; representative; 
d. Jan. 31, 1891. D.D. Amh. 1878. 

Samuel Brace (1842-44) b. Newington, Ct. Feb. 24, 1817; Yale 1841 
and tutor 1844-48; Yale Sem.; prin. Pittsfield (Mass.) Gym- 
nasium 1848-51; in business Pittsfield 1851-54; New Britain, Ct. 
1854-63; New Haven from 1863; d. May 31, 1883. 

Moses Parmelee Case (1842^3) b. Westford, Vt. Oct. 12, 1814 
Univ. Vt. 1839 ;, teacher Bradford; prin. Pepperell (Mass.) Acad 
1843-44 and 1845-47; fern, high sch. Newburyport 1847-54 
high sch. Salem; high sch. Lynn; res. Pepperell; d. Dec. 18, 1859 

Luther Clapp (1842-45) b. Westhampton, Mass. Oct. 18, 1819 
Wms. 1841; ord. Oct. 5, 1845; p. Wauwatosa, Wis. 1845-73 and 
res. there after; ed. Wis. Puritan 1863-67; gen. miss'y 1873-81 
p. Pewaukee 1881-84; Hartland 1882-89; d. Wauwatosa June 24, 
1894. 

William Coffin (1842-44) b. Wiscasset, Me. Jan. 19, 1822; 111. Coll. 
1841; Bangor Sem. 1844-45; prof. Math., Nat. Phil, and Astron. 
111. Coll. 1844-53; res. Batata from 1853; d. Aug. 2, 1890. 

Azariah Eldridge (1842-43) b. Yarmouth, Mass. Feb. 7, 1820; Yale 
1841; Yale Sem. 1845; tutor Yale 1845^7; ord. Sept. 15, 1847; 
'p. North ch. New Bedford, Mass. 1847-55; Fort St. Presb. ch. 
Detroit, Mich. 1858-65; Amer. Chapel Paris, France 1866-68; 
sec. Evang'l Alliance N.Y. City 1870-71; res. Yarmouth, Mass. 
from 1874; pres'l elector; d. Oct. 1, 1888. D.D. Ham. 1863. 

Joseph Emerson (1842-44) b. Norfolk, Ct. May 28, 1821; P. A.; 
Yale 1841 and tutor 1844-48; Yale Sem.; ord. Beloit, Wis. Feb. 
22, 1860 ; prof. Anc. Lang. Beloit 1848-56, prof. Greek from 1856, 
also lib'n from 1848; d. Aug. 4, 1900. D.D. Yale 1880; LL.D. 
Beloit 1897. Son of Ralph Emerson, class of 1814 and professor. 

George Rigor Entler (1842-43) b. Shepherdstown, Va. July 16, 
1818; Wms. 1842; Bangor Sem. 1843-45; ord. (Presb.) Aug. 6, 
1845; p. Hillsdale, N.Y. 1845-46; (Cong.) Windsor, Mass. 1846- 
50; Harford, N.Y. and Preble 1852-57; Riverhead 1857-61; 
Meredith 1861-66; stud. Univ. Berlin 1866-67; teacher Franklin, 
N.Y. from 1867, instructor German Delaware Lit. Inst. 1869-70; 
d. Feb. 27, 1886. Ph.D. N.Y. Univ. 1870. 

William Hinman Gilbert (1842-43) b. Weston, Ct. Feb. 12, 1817; 
Yale 1841; Yale Sem. 1845; a.p. First ch. Haddam 1845^6; ord. 
Oct. 21, 1846; p. Westminster, Vt. 1846-51; Ashfield, Mass. 1851- 
55; Granby, Ct. 1856-64; agt Amer. Bible Soc. Army of Potomac 
1864-65, in Vt. 1866-69, Ct. 1869-78; sec. Ct. Bible Soc. 1878- 
1900; res. Fairoaks, Cal. from 1900; d. Apr. 28, 1905. 

Joel Grant (1842-43) b. Colebrook, Ct. Jan. 24, 1816; Yale 1838; 
prof. Math. U.S. ship of war Potomac 1839-42; ord. South Corn- 



ALUMNI 1845 219 

wall, Ct. Sept. 29, 1845; p. Lockport, 111. 1845-47, 1852-58 and 
1860-61; West Avon, Ct. 1848-52; Bristol, 111. 1859-60 and 1868- 
70; chap. 12th 111. Vols. 1861-65 and 113th U.S.C.T. 1865-66; 
p. Colebrook, Ct. 1867-68; Cambridge, 111. 1870-73; Downer's 
Grove from 1873; d. Chicago Dec. 31, 1873. 

Charles Henry Hall (1842-43) b. Augusta, Ga. Nov. 7, 1820; P.A.; 
Yale 1842; ord. (Epis.) deacon Aug. 25, 1844; priest Nov. 12, 
1845; r. St. John's ch. Huntington, N.Y. 1845-47; West Point 
1847-48; John's Island, S.C. 1848-57; ch. of Epiphany Wash- 
ington, D.C. 1857-69; ch. of Holy Trinity Brooklyn, N.Y. from 
1869; d. Sept. 12, 1895. D.D. Hobart 1860, Columb. 1861; Doctor 
Canon Law Trinity 1891; LL.D. Yale 1892. 

Marcus Rodman Keep (1842^3) b. Swanton, Vt. Mar. 27, 1816; 

Midd. 1836-39; Bangor Sem. 1846; ord. Bangor, Me. Jan. 4, 1847; 

h.m. Fort Kent 184&-48; Burlington and Passadumkeag 1848-50; 

miss'y at large Aroostook Co. from 1850, res. Ashland; d. May 2, 

1894. 
Charles French Low (1843-45) b. Concord, N.H. Jan. 14, 1819; 

Dart. 1842; Union Sem. 1842-43; stud, law Concord and N.Y. 

City 1845-47; 2nd Lt. 9th U.S. Inf. Mexican War 1847-49; lawyer 

Cal. and Minn.; drowned near Titusville, Fla. Jan. 16, 1874. 

Jabez Baldwin Lyman (1842-43) b. Easthampton, Mass. Apr. 18, 
1820; Amh. 1841; Univ. Halle and Univ. Berlin 1843-46; res. lie. 
And. Sem. 1848; instructor French and German Amh. 1848-49; 
teacher Abbeville, S.C. 1850-52; prof. Math. Oglethorpe Univ. Ga. 
1852-53; stud. med. Paris 1853-56, Vienna 1856-57; physician 
Chicago, 111. 1857-58; Rockford 1858-81; U.S. med. examiner for 
pensions 1863-81 ; res. Salem, Mass. from 1881 ; d. June 29, 1893. 
M.D. Jeff. Med. Coll. 1857. 

Dwight Whitney Marsh (1842-43) b. Dalton, Mass. Nov. 5, 1823; 
Wms. 1842; teacher Sch. for Boys St. Louis, Mo. 1843^6; Union 
Sem. 1849; ord. Dalton, Mass. Oct. 2, 1849; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Mosul, Turkey 1849-60; p. Hinsdale, Mass. 1861-62; prin. young 
ladies' sem. Rochester, N.Y. 1863-67 and 1868-69; p. Godfrey, 
111. 1857-58; Whitney's Point, N.Y. 1869-71; Owego 1871-76; 
North Amherst, Mass. 1876-78; Haydenville 1878-82; res. 
Amherst from 1882; compiler of genealogies; d. June 18, 1896. 
D.D. Wms. 1875. 

Enos Janes Montague (1842^4) b. Westhampton, Mass. Mar. 16, 
1820; Wms. 1841; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1845; ord. Westhampton May 
14, 1846; p. (Presb.) Summit, Wis. 1846-62; (Cong.) Oconomowoc 
1862-72; Fort Atkinson 1873-79; Rosendale from 1880; d. West- 
hampton, Mass. Sept. 30, 1880. 

George Washington Porter (1842-43) b. Beverly, Mass. June 21, 
1817; stud. Univ. Halle and Univ. Wittenberg 1844; ord. (Epis.) 



220 ALUMNI 1845 

deacon Sept. 8, 1846; priest Oct. 2, 1847; r. St. Mary's ch. Dor- 
chester. Mass. 1840-53; St. Andrew's ch. Schoharie. N.Y. 1853- 
57, also prin. Wainwright Inst. Middlebnrg; r. Christ ch. More- 
house 1857-64; St. Michael's ch. Brattleboro, Vt. 1S64-65; 
St. Peter's ch. Drewsville, N.H. 1867-68; Trinity ch. Woburn, 
Mass. 1868-71; Constableville, N.Y. 1872; Bainbridge 1875; 
St. Thomas's ch. Hamilton 1877-79; Trinity ch. Wrentham, 
Mass. 1S82-S4; res. Lexington from 1885; d. Mar. 2, 1899. D.D. 
Hobart 1860. 

George Richards (1842-13) b. New London, Ct. Nov. 2, 1816; P.A. ; 
Yale 1840 and tutor 1844-45; Yale Sem. 1843-14; ord. Oct. 8, 
1845; p. Central ch. Boston 1845-59; Litchfield, Ct. 1860-65; 
First ch. Bridgeport 1866-70; fellow Yale; d. Oct. 20, 1870. 

William Ward Whipple (1842-43) b. Boylston, Mass. Aug. 25. 
1813; Amh. 1841; Bangor Sem. 1845; h.m. (Presb.) Mo. 1S45-46; 
ord. Monticello Nov. 8, 1846; p. La Grange 184&-61; (Cong.) 
Griggsville, 111. 1861-66; (Presb.) Camp Point 1866-75 and w.c. 
1880-85; p. Janesville. Io. 1875-SO; w.c. Yonkers, N.Y. from 
1887; d. Sept. 26, 1889. 

Moses Eaton Wilson (1842-44) from Fredonia, N.Y.; Ham. 1842; 
Bangor Sem. 1845 and res. lie. 1845-46; ord. (Epis.) deacon Dec. 
1848; priest; h.m. Catherine, N.Y., Havana and Jefferson 1849- 
52; Alton and Cuba 1852-^56; Houma, La. 1857-^59; Pulaski, N.Y. 
1859-64, also Brownville 1859-62; chap. U.S.A. 1864-65; r. 
Harpersville 1868-70; Waverly 1870-72; Alton 1873-74; St. 
Luke's ch. Clermont 1874-79 and 1882-97; res. Albany from 
1897. Son of Moses Eaton Wilson, class of 1817. 

Address Kenwood St. Albany, N.Y. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

William Bates (1843-45) Class of 1840. 

Erastus Baldwin Claggett Class of 1844. 

Charles Hammond Class of 1844. 

Reuben Safford Kendall Abbot Resident. Class of 1844. 

Edward Pratt b. Marblehead, Mass. Aug. 12. 1810; Gilmanton 
(N.H.) Sem. 1844; ord. Aug. 13, 1845; city miss'y N.Y. City; 
d. Apr. 4, 1861. 

Henry Hamilton Saunderson (1843-45) Class of 1842. 

Richard Tolman Abbot Resident. Class of 1844. 

Henry Pierson Torsey b. Monmouth, Me. Aug. 7, 1819; Me. Wesl. 
Sem. 1840; teacher East Greenwich (R.I.) Acad.; ord. (Meth.) 
deacon 1850; elder 1852; teacher Me. Wesl. Sem. Kent's Hill 
1842-43, prin. 1844-59, pres. Me. Wesl. Sem. and Woman's Coll. 



ALUMNI 1846 221 

1859-82 and emer.; senator; d. Sept. 16, 1892. A.M. hon. Wesl. 
Univ. 1845; LL.D. McKendree Coll. 111. 1861; D.D. Bates 1875. 



1846 

GRADUATES 

George Henry Atkinson b. Newburyport, Mass. May 10, 1819; Dart. 
1843; ord. Newbury, Vt. Feb. 24, 1847; p. Oregon City, Ore. 
1848-63; Portland 1863-72; gen. miss'y Amer. H.M. Soc. Ore. 
1872-80, supt for Ore. and Wash, from 1880; trustee Pacific 
Univ.; d. Portland Feb. 25, 1889. D.D. Dart. 1875. 

James Munroe Bailey b. Andover, N.H. Mar. 3, 1817; Dart. 1843; 
ord. (Free Bapt.) Feb. 12, 1847; p. West Buxton, Me. 1847-55 
and 1870-73; Casco St. ch. Portland 1855-56; Saco 1856-59; 
Manchester, N.H. 1859-62; Great Falls (now Somersworth) 1862- 
66; prof. Sac. Lit. and Homiletics Free Bapt. Theol. Sch. New 
Hampton 1866-68; p. Cape Elizabeth, Me. 1868-70; res. Saco 
from 1862 ; trustee New Hampton Lit. and Theol. Inst. ; d. Jan. 6, 
1899. D.D. Hillsdale 1869. 

Eliphalet Birchard b. Lebanon, Ct. Jan. 21, 1815; P.A.; Harv. 1843; 
res. lie. 1848; a.p. Linebrook, Ipswich, Mass. 1849-50; Andover, 
Ct. 1853-54; d. Lebanon Sept. 20, 1854. 

Timothy Farrar Clary b. Dover, N.H. Apr. 25, 1817; Dart. 1841; 

res. lie. 1848; ord. Dec. 12, 1849; p. Thetford, Vt. 1849-55; 

Ashland, Mass. 1856-59; Wareham 1860-67 and w.c. 1867-73; 

Mattapan from 1873. Son of Joseph Ward Clary, class of 1811. 

Address 4 Blue Hill Parkway, Dorchester, Mass. 

Charles Cummings b. Hollis, N.H. June 7, 1817; Dart. 1842; prin. 
high sch. Medford, Mass. 1846-76 and res. there after; town 
officer; ch. clerk; d. Feb. 28, 1907. 

Daniel Taggart Fiske b. Shelburne, Mass. Mar. 29, 1819; Amh. 
1842; res. lie. 1847; ord. Aug. 18, 1847; p. Belleville ch. New- 
buryport 1847-87 and emer.; lecturer on Sys. Theol. And. Sem 
1881-82; trustee P.A. (and And. Sem.); d. Jan. 15, 1903. D.D 
Amh. 1862. 

James Fletcher b. Acton, Mass. Sept. 5, 1823; Dart. 1843; a.p 
Kingston, N.H. 1846-48; res. lie. 1849; ord. June 20, 1849; p 
Maple St. ch. Danvers, Mass. 1849-64 and prin. high sch. 1864- 
70; Lawrence Acad. Groton 1871-77; Burr and Burton Sem 
Manchester, Vt. 1878-81; high sch. Littleton, Mass. 1883-84; res 
Acton from 1881; d. Mar. 28, 1893. 

Daniel Little Furber b. Sandwich, N.H. Oct. 14, 1820; Dart. 1843 
res. lie. 1847; ord. Dec. 1, 1847; p. Newton Centre, Mass. 1847-82 
and emer.; d. Nov. 19, 1899. D.D. Dart. 1874. 



222 ALUMNI 1846 

David Garland b. Newfield, Me. Mar. 22, 1815; Amh. 1843; a.p. 
South Solon, Sweden, Burlington, Me. 1846-48; ord. Aug. 15, 
1849; p. Second ch. Bethel from 1849; d. Oct. 16, 1887. 

Lewis Grout b. Newfane, Vt. Jan. 28, 1815; Yale 1842; Yale Sem. 
1843-^5; ord. Oct. 8, 1846; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Zulus, South 
Africa 1846-62; p. Saxton's River, Vt. 1862-63; Feeding Hills, 
Agawam, Mass. 1863-65; agt Amer. Miss'y Assoc, for N.H. and 
Vt. 1865-84; agt Atlanta Univ. 1884-85; p. Sudbury, Vt. 1885- 
88; res. West Brattleboro 1865-85 and from 1888; d. Mar. 12, 
1905. 

Edwin Ruthven Hodgman b. Camden, Me. Oct. 21, 1819; Dart. 
1843; Union Sem. 1844-45; a.p. North Belfast, Me., Shirley, 
Mass., Erving 1836-47; ord. May 17, 1849; p. Orfordville, N.H. 
1848-50; Lunenburg, Mass. 1851-55; Lynnfield Centre 1855-58; 
Westford 1859-64 and res. there 1864-82, town clerk and supt 
schools; res. Mason, N.H. 1882-84; Cambridge, Mass. 1885-89; 
South Framingham 1889-93; West Roxbury 1893-95; Townsend 
from 1895; d. June 1, 1900. 

John Summers Holmes b. New Bedford, Mass. Feb. 2, 1823; Amh. 
1836-38; Brown 1838-39; res. lie. 1847; a.p. Sandwich, Mass.; 
stud, law with Rufus Choate; lawyer Boston; representative; 
d. May 14, 1892. 

William Hayes Lord b. Amherst, N.H. Mar. 11, 1824; Dart. 1843; 
res. lie. 1847; ord. Sept. 20, 1847; p. Montpelier, Vt. from 1847; 
ed. Vt. Chronicle 1875-77; d. Mar. 18, 1877. D.D. Dart. 1867. 
Son of Nathan Lord, class of 1815. 

Horace Lyman b. Easthampton, Mass. Nov. 16, 1815; Wms. 1842; 
stud. med. Castleton, Vt.; ord. Castleton Nov. 1, 1848; h.m. 
Portland, Ore. 1848-54; Dallas 1854-57; prof. Anc. Lang., Math. 
and Nat. Sci. Pacif. Univ. Ore. 1857-72, prof. Rhet. and Hist. 
1872-78; p. Hillsboro and Hillside from 1880; res. Forest Grove 
from 1857; d. Mar. 31, 1887. 

Philip Stodard Myers b. Westerlo, N.Y. Feb. 27, 1819; Union 1843; 
a.p. (Presb.) Warsaw 1846^7; d. Coxsackie Aug. 22, 1847. 

William Aaron Patten b. Kingston, N.H. June 28, 1815; Dart. 1843; 
a.p. Chesterfield 1847-50; ord. July 18, 1850; p. Deerfield 1850- 
52 and 1872-74; Hinsdale 1853-54; York, Me. 1855-58; Maquo- 
keta, Io. 1858-59; Grass Valley, Cal. 1859-60; First ch. San 
Francisco 1860-61; chap. 32nd Me. Vols. 1864; p. Williamsburg, 
Io. 1865-69; Fort Dodge 1871; Raymond, N.H. 1874-76; w.c. 
Kingston from 1876; d. Apr. 2, 1905. 

Francis Greenleaf Pratt b. North Middleboro, Mass. Jan. 30, 1821 $ 
Amh. 1840; Union Sem. 1843-45; res. lie. 1847; ord. Oct. 19. 
1849; p. Winthrop ch. South Maiden (now Everett), Mass. 1849- 



ALUMNI 1846 223 

57; res. Middleboro from 1858, p. Peace Dale, R.I. 1860-61; d. 
Aug. 17, 1891. 

Cortlandt Wilkins Shattuck b. Groton, Mass. Sept. 23, 1816; PA.; 
Dart. 1840; teacher in South 1840^3; Union Sem. 1843^6; a.p. 
Bethesda ch. Charlestown, Mass. 1846-47; d. Groton Oct. 12, 1847. 

Henry Bagg Smith b. Westfield, Mass. Nov. 8, 1819; Amh. 1843; 
a.p. Charlemont 1846-47; ord. July 22, 1847; p. West Granville 
1847-51; Abington, Pomfret, Ct. 1852-63; Burlington 1864-67; 
Newtown 1867-73; Greenfield 1873-77; Stafford ville 1877-79; 
res. South Amherst, Mass. from 1879; d. Aug. 10, 1882. 

Leonard Swain b. Concord, N.H. Feb. 26, 1821 ; Ham. Lit. and Theol. 
Inst'n (now Colgate Univ.) 1837-38; Dart. 1841; res. lie. 1847; 
ord. June 24, 1847; p. Pearl St. ch. Nashua, N.H. 1847-52; Cen- 
tral ch. Providence, R.I. from 1852; d. July 14, 1869. D.D. 
Brown 1857. 

James Bradford Richmond Walker b. Taunton, Mass. Apr. 15, 1821 ; 
Brown 1841; res. lie. 1847; ord. Oct. 27, 1847; p. Bucksport, Me. 
1847-53; Second ch. Holyoke, Mass. 1855-64; East Hartford, Ct. 
1864-65; Winsted 1867-69; lit. work Hartford 1869-80; Roxbury, 
Mass. from 1880; d. Jan. 24, 1885. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Henry Lewis Bullen (1843^4) b. East Medway, Mass. Aug. 17, 
1820; Dart. 1842; teacher in Ga. 1844^46; Holliston, Mass. 1847- 
49; ord. May 7, 1850; p. Port Byron, 111. 1850; prof. Math, and 
Nat. Phil. Iowa 1850-58; p. Durant, Io. 1860-67 and w.c. 1867- 
71; Moline, 111. from 1871. 

Address 1021 Seventh St. Moline, 111. 

Orramel Wellington Cooley (1843^44) b. Hawley, Mass. Jan. 18, 
1816; Wms. 1841; Bangor Sem. 1846; ord. May 4, 1848; p. Dover, 
Mass. 1847-50; (Presb.) Granville, 111. 1852-53; (Cong.) Fox 
Lake, Wis. 1854-56 ; Newport 1856-58 ; Nora, 111. 1859-61 ; Lanark 
1862-63, 1880-82 and w.c. 1882-84; p. Henry 1863-64; Glenwood, 
Io. 1865-68, prin. fern. sem. 1865-77 and res. there from 1884; 
d. May 6, 1889. 

Isaac Mills Ely (1843-44) b. Fairfield, Ct. Jan. 14, 1819; Amh. 
1838-39; Yale 1843; Yale Sem. 1846; a.p. Shelbyville, Tenn. 
1848; preached in various places in N.Y. 1850-61; ord. Brighton 
Feb. 9, 1861; p. Cherry Valley 1862; Perry Centre 1863; hospital 
chap. Alexandria, Va. 1864-65; p. Chenango Forks, N.Y. 1866- 
68, 1869-71, teacher 1872-74 and res. there after; d. Jan. 7, 1880. 

Caleb Emery (1843^4, 1845-46) b. Sanford, Me. Mar. 18, 1813; 
PA.; Dart. 1842; prin. Pinkerton Acad. Derry, N.H. 1846-48; 
high sch. Charlestown, Mass. 1848-50 and 1863-85; sub-master 



224 ALUMNI 1846 

Boston Latin Sch. 1850-55, and prin. sch. for young ladies 1855- 
63; res. Boston 1885-93; Brookline from 1893; d. Dec. 1, 1897. 

Samuel Ware Fisher (1843-45) b. Westhampton, Mass. Dec. 14, 
1817; Wms. 1841; Union Sem. 1842-43; teacher Quincy (Mass.) 
Acad. 1845-47; Claverack, N.Y. 1848; South Deerfield, Mass. 
1849-50; Westhampton 1850-54; Huntington 1854-82; Spring- 
field from 1882; d. Jan. 6, 1884. 

Mills Bordwell Gelston (1843-44) b. Sherman, Ct. Aug. 27, 1817; 
Yale 1843; Yale Sem. 1846; ord. (Presb.) Somerset, Mich. Apr. 
1847; p. Albion 1846-55; Naples, N.Y. 1855-76; res. Ann Arbor, 
Mich, from 1876, p. Stony Creek 1876-78 and First Cong. ch. 
Salem 1879-90; d. Feb. 28, 1903. 

Burdett Hart (1843-44) b. New Britain, Ct. Nov. 16, 1821; Yale 
1842; Yale Sem. 1846; ord. Oct. 1, 1846; p. First ch. Fair Haven 
(now Grand Ave. ch. New Haven) 1846-60, 1873-89 and emer.; 
in business Philadelphia, Pa. 1860-73; U.S. Chr. Com.; res. 
Germantown, Philadelphia from 1893; fellow Yale; d. May 24, 
1906. D.D. Ripon 1887. 

Charles Goddard Hazeltine (1842-44) b. Warren, Pa. Oct. 12, 1820; 
Wms. 1839 ; teacher Westboro, Mass. 1843-46 ; Williamstown 
1846-49; prin. fern. sem. Cherry Valley, N.Y. 1849-61; prin. 
Morris Fern. Inst. Morristown, N.J. 1862-75 and res. there after; 
d. June 24, 1880. 

Daniel Garland Holmes (1843-44) res. stu. b. Barnstead, N.H. 
Apr. 5, 1812; Freewill Bapt. Sem. Dracut, Mass. and Whitesboro, 
N.Y.; ord. Sept. 20, 1846; p. (Freewill Bapt.) Fairport 1846-47 
and 1860-68; Walworth 1847-57; city miss'y Buffalo 1857-59, 
also p. West Falls 1858-60; Prairie Centre, 111. 1869-70; gen. 
agt F.B.H.M. Soc. 1869-73; res. Chicago from 1869; d. Witten- 
berg, Wis. May 2, 1902. 

Josiah Torrey King (1843-44) b. Abington, Mass. July 21, 1819; 
PA.; Yale 1843; Yale Sem. 1846; h.m. String Prairie, 111. 1847- 
48; a.p. St. Johnsbury East, Vt. 1849; d. Abington, Mass. Oct. 7, 
1849. 

Edward Duffield Neill (1843-44) b. Philadelphia, Pa. Aug. 9, 1823; 
Univ. Pa. 1837-39; Amh. 1842; ord. (Presb.) Apr. 26, 1848; h,m. 
Elizabeth, 111. 1847-49 ; p. First Presb. ch. St. Paul, Minn. 1849- 
55 and House of Hope ch. 1855-60; chap. 1st Minn. Vols. 1861- 
63; hospital chap. 1863-64; private sec. to Pres. Lincoln and 
Pres. Johnson 1864-69; U.S. consul Dublin, Ireland 1869-71; 
founded Macalester Coll. Minn., pres. 1872-84, prof. Hist., Lit. 
and Polit. Econ. from 1884; territorial and state supt Pub. In- 
struction, Minn.; chancellor Univ. Minn.; author of historical 
works; d. St. Paul Sept. 26, 1893. D.D. Lafayette 1866. 



ALUMNI 1846 225 

Charles Symmons Putnam (1843-44) b. (North) Andover, Mass. 
Nov. 29, 1817; Univ. Vt. 1838; Va. Epis. Sem. 1846; ord. deacon 
June 18, 1846; priest May 28, 1847; r." Woodbury, Ct.; Derby; 
Warehouse Point ; Wallingf ord ; ch. of Redeemer Brooklyn, N. Y. ; 
d. Hanover, N.H. Jan. 19, 1860. 

Philip Titcomb (1843^4) b. Newburyport, Mass. Feb. 29, 1812; 
P.A.; Yale 1843; Bangor Sem. 1846; ord. Apr. 7, 1847; p. (Presb.) 
Hillsdale, Mich. 1846-48; Cherryfield, Me. 1848-51; Dexter 
1852-54; Kennebunkport 1854-64; Limerick 1865-68; Plympton, 
Mass. 1868-79; Kensington, N.H. 1880-91; d. Jan. 24, 1891. 

David Torrey (1843-44) b. Bethany, Pa. Nov. 13, 1818; Amh. 1843 
and tutor 1846-47; Union Sem. 1846; teacher Honesdale (Pa.) 
Acad. 1848-49; ord. Jan. 29, 1850; p. (Presb.) Delhi, N.Y. 1849- 
60; Ithaca 1860-64; U.S. Chr. Com.; p. Ann Arbor, Mich. 1866- 
67; Cazenovia, N.Y. 1869-80 and w.c. from 1880; d. Sept. 29, 
1894. D.D. Ham. 1863. 

Francis Brown Wheeler (1842^44) b. North Adams, Mass. Sept. 9, 
1818; Univ. Vt. 1842; ord. Jan. 22, 1845; p. Jericho Centre, Vt. 
1845-50; Brandon 1850-54; Saco, Me. 1854-59; (Presb.) Pough- 
keepsie, N.Y. from 1859; d. Dec. 27, 1895. D.D. Ham. 1868, 
Univ. Vt. 1887. 

John Wickes (1843-44) b. Jamaica, N.Y. Feb. 14, 1823; Yale 1843; 
Yale Sem. 1846; ord. June 25, 1848; p. Canaan Four Corners, 
N.Y. 1848-56; Brighton 1856-62; (Presb.) Attica 1864-89 and 
w.c. from 1889; d. June 5, 1901. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

William Thomas Briggs b. Scituate, Mass. Dec. 1, 1815; Oneida 
(N.Y.) Inst. 1844 and theol. dept 1844-45; ord. N\>v. 4, 1846; 
p. (North) Andover, Mass. 1846-55; Princeton 1856-63; hospital 
chap. Washington 1863; asst supt of freedmen Newbern, N.C. 
1864-65; p. East Douglas, Mass. 1866-87 and emer.; d. Sept. 24, 
1898. 

Alexander Huntington Clapp Class of 1845. 

Samuel Witt Eaton b. Framingham, Mass. Dec. 25, 1820; Yale 
1842; Union Sem. 1842-43; Yale Sem. 1845; ord. Jan. 28, 1848; 
p. Lancaster, Wis. 1847-86; chap. 7th Wis. Vols. 1862-65; p. 
Roscoe, 111. 1886-1902; res. Beloit, Wis. 1902-04; Newton High- 
lands, Mass. from 1904; trustee Beloit; d. Feb. 9, 1905. D.D. 
Beloit 1883. 

John Putnam Gulliver Class of 1845. 



226 ALUMNI 1847 

1847 

GRADUATES 

Isaac Grout Bliss b. Springfield, Mass. July 5, 1822; Amh. 1844; 
Yale Sem. 1845-46; ord. West Springfield, Mass. May 4, 1847; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Smyrna and Erzroom, Turkey 1847-52; p. 
Southbridge, Mass. 1853-56; Boylston 1856-57; agt Amer. Bible 
Soc. Constantinople from 1857; d. Assiout, Egypt Feb. 17, 1889. 
D.D. Amh. 1871. 

Lucius Manlius Boltwood b. Amherst, Mass. June 8, 1825; Amh. 
1843; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1845-46; res. Amherst 1847-52, sup. vari- 
ous churches; lib'n Amh. Coll. 1852-63; postmaster 1861-65; 
senator; asst lib'n Congressional Lib. Washington 1867-68; lib'n 
Young Men's Inst. Hartford, Ct. 1868-75 and res. there 1875-79; 
New Haven 1879-1904 ; Grand Rapids, Mich, from 1905 ; compiler 
of genealogies; d. Feb. 28, 1905. 

Enoch Haskin Caswell b. Middletown, Vt. Mar. 25, 1818; Midd. 
1843; Union Sem. 1845^6; ord. June 28, 1848; p. Salisbury, N.H. 
1848^9; Stockbridge, Vt. 1849-51; Barnet 1851-54; teacher 
Bristol, N.H. 1856 and 1860-61; p. Loudon 1856-57; Hookset 
1857-59; Bennington from 1861; d. Nov. 11, 1863. 

Edward Warren Clark b. Tewksbury, Mass. Oct. 6, 1820; P. A.; 
Dart. 1844; res. lie. 1848; ord. Jan. 1, 1850; p. Bethesda ch. 
Reading, Mass. 1850-53; Auburndale 1856-61; chap. 47th Mass. 
Vols. 1863; p. Claremont, N.H. 1864-70; res. Westboro, Mass. 
from 1871 ; chap. Mass. Senate ; overseer Harv. ; d. Mar. 20, 1903. 

Christopher Minta Cordley b. Oxford, Eng. Jan. 2, 1821; West. 
Res. 1844; Yale Sem. 1845^6; ord. Sept. 15, 1849; p. Hopkinton, 
N.H. 1849-52; First ch. Randolph, Mass. 1852-57; West Brook- 
field 1859-62; Central ch. Lawrence from 1862; d. June 26, 1866. 

Christopher Cushing b. Scituate, Mass. May 3, 1820; Yale 1844; 
Yale Sem. 1845-46; ord. Feb. 27, 1849; p. Edwards ch. Boston 
1849-51; North Brookfield 1851-68; sec. Amer. Cong. Union 
Boston 1867-77; treas. Mass. H.M. Soc. 1879; one of editors 
Cong. Quarterly 1867-75, ed. and prop'r 1875-78; sec. Alumni 
Association And. Sem. 1867-80; d. Cambridge Oct. 23, 1881. 
D.D. Amh. 1871. 

Samuel Dering Dexter b. Gloucester, Mass. Oct. 3, 1825; Harv. 
1843; ord. Dec. 2, 1847; p. Second ch. Exeter, N.H. from 1847; 
d. Roxbury, Mass. Apr. 20, 1850. 

Walter Price Doe b. Wilton, N.Y. Mar. 30, 1813; Union 1844; Union 
Sem. 1844-46; ord. Nov. 11, 1847; p. Greenville, R.I. 1847-49; 
(Ref. Dutch) Gansevoort, N.Y. 1851-53; (Cong.) Mendon, Mass. 
1854-55; West Stockbridge 1855-56; Moreau, N.Y. 1856-57; 



ALUMNI 1847 227 

Rehoboth, Mass. 1857-59; w.c. Providence, R.L from 1859; d. 
Dec. 15, 1887. 

Jonathan Edwards b. Andover, Mass. July 17, 1820; P.A.; Yale 
1840; Yale Sem. 1845^6; res. lie. 1848; ord. Sept. 7, 1848; 
p. First ch. Woburn, Mass. 1848-56; Plymouth ch. Rochester, 
N.Y. 1856-62; First ch. Dedham, Mass. 1863-74; prof. Colorado 
Coll. 1874-75 and p. Colorado Springs; Grant ville (later Welles- 
ley Hills), Mass. from 1876; d. July 16, 1894. Son of Justin 
Edwards, class of 1813 and president of Seminary. 

Solomon Payson Fay b. Westboro, Mass. June 21, 1820; Marietta 
1844; res. lie. 1848; ord. Sept. 6, 1849; p. Hampton, N.H. 1849- 
54; Dayton, 0. 1854-59; agt Amer. Tract Soc-. Boston 1860-61; 
p. First ch. Fall River, Mass. 1861-63; Salem St. ch. Boston 
1863-65; Hammond St. ch. Bangor, Me. 1866-79; Village ch. 
Dorchester, Mass. 1880-89; Plymouth ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 
1890; res. Dorchester, Mass. from 1890. 

Address 1066 Adams St. Dorchester, Mass. 

Amos Jones b. Lunenburg, Mass. Aug. 9, 1821; Dart. 1844; Lane 
Sem. 1844-46; a.p. Granada, Miss. 1847-48; ord. (Presb.) Indian- 
apolis, Ind. Apr. 1849; p. Danville 1848-52; Williamsport 1853- 
56; Delphi 1857-76; army chap. 1861; p. Thornton 1880-81; 
Union 1882-84; Centre 1885-86; Idaville 1886-87; w.c. Logans- 
port and Irvington 1888-99; joined Christian Catholic Church; 
res. Zion City, 111. from 1899 ; d. Nov. 16, 1903. 

James Howard Means b. Boston, Dec. 13, 1823; Harv. 1843; ord. 
July 13, 1848; p. Second ch. Dorchester 1848-78 and w.c. from 
1878; trustee Armenia (now Euphrates) Coll. Turkey; d. Apr. 13, 
1894. D.D. Wms. 1874. 

Francis Horace Muzzy b. Middlebury, Vt. Jan. 5, 1813; P.A.; Dart. 
1842; a.p. Dixfield, Me. 1847^8; ord. (Presb.) June 8, 1850; 
p. Portage, O. 1848-52; (Cong.) Milton 1853-57; farmer South 
Paris, Me. from 1857; d. Apr. 11, 1888. 

Francis Parker b. Boston Aug. 31, 1823; Harv. 1845; Princ. Sem. 
1845-46; d. Athens, Greece Aug. 14, 1849. 

Royal Parkinson b. Columbia, N.H. Nov. 8, 1815 ; Dart. 1842 ; Union 
Sem. 1844-46; ord. Oct. 18, 1848; p. Cape Elizabeth, Me. 1847- 
51; Windham, Vt. 1852-55; West Falmouth, Me. 1855-57; 
Sandwich, N.H. 1858-61; Quechee, Vt. 1861-63; Randolph 1863- 
64; chap. 23d U.S.C.T. 1864-65; p. Milton 1866-68; Temple, 
N.H. 1870-72; clerk dept Agric. and Pension Office, Washington 
from 1872; d. Dec. 22, 1882. 

Alfred Reynolds b. Derry, N.H. Dec. 15, 1811; Dart. 1844; res. 
Derry from 1847; d. Mar. 25, 1861. 



228 ALUMNI 1847 

Augustus Smith b. Washington, Ct. Jan. 29, 1816; Yale 1842; Yale 
Sem. 1844-46; teacher Manchester Central Acad. 1847-48; a.p. 
Bethany 1848; New Hartford 1849-51; res. Washington, C\ 
teaching and occas. preaching 1851-68; clerk Treas'y dept 
Washington from 1869. 

Address 1728 Euclid St. N.W. Washington, D.C. 

John McClary Steele b. Epsom, N.H. Sept. 3, 1822; Dart. 1844; 
ord. Aug. 10, 1848; p. Winchester, Mass. 1848-52; Stratham, N.H. 
1853-55; Columbus, 0. from 1855; d. N.Y. City Apr. 7, 1857. 

Joseph Richardson Whittemore b. Greenfield, N.H. May 16, 1817; 
Amh. 1843; a.p. Greenfield, N.H. 1847-48; h.m. Bridgewater and 
Holderness (now Ashland) 1848-50; ord. Holderness Jan. 30, 
1850; p. Dracut Centre, Mass. 1850-51; Stratham, N.H. 1851- 
52; bookseller Chillicothe, O. 1853-68; Milwaukee, Wis. 1868-71; 
Kansas City, Mo. 1872-1900 and res. there after; d. Jan. 12, 1905. 

Thomas Wilson b. Paisley, Scot. June 15, 1822; Dart. 1844; Yale 
Sem. 1845-46; ord. Mar. 1, 1848; p. Second ch. Palmer, Mass. 
1848-52; Westford 1853-56; Stoughton 1856-76; Eaton, N.Y. 
1877-92; w.c. Waterville from 1892; representative from Stough- 
ton; d. Dec. 11, 1899. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Joseph Augustus Adams (18 44 4 5) b. South Newmarket (now 
Newfields), N.H. Mar. 17, 1818; Wesl. Univ. 1842; ord. (Meth.) 
deacon May 2, 1847; elder Apr. 29, 1849; p. Walpole, Mass. 1847- 
48; Watertown 1848-50; Common St. ch. Lynn 1850-52; Saugus 
1852-53; Boston 1853-56; Salem 1856-57; Melrose 1857-59; 
d. San Francisco, Cal. Aug. 27, 1860. 

Samuel Valentine Blakeslee (1844-45) b. Claridon, O. Nov. 5, 1818; 
West. Res. 1844; Yale Sem. 1845-46; h.m. Jefferson and Lenox, 
O. 1847-48; ord. Farmington, Io. Mar. 24, 1849; h.m. mining 
regions Cal. 1849-50; p. Hampden, O. 1851-52; miss'y Amer. 
Miss'y Assoc, to Chinese, San Francisco, Cal. 1852-55; ed. 
Pacific 1855-59 and 1863-78, res. Oakland; teacher Folsom 1860- 
62; p. Lockeford 1862-63; colporteur Amer. Tract Soc. 1878-80; 
p. Selma 1882-83; d. Oakland Oct. 18, 1883. 

Richards Cushman (1844-45) b. South Attleboro, Mass. June 2, 
1819; PA.; Brown 1844; Ober. Sem. 1847; ord. Dec. 1, 1847; 
miss'y For. Evang'l Soc. Hayti from 1847; d. St. Marc June 9, 
1849. 

Lewis Green (1844-45) b. Hartford, Vt. Nov. 20, 1818; Amh, 1844 
and tutor 1846-47; ord. (Epis.) deacon Mar. 1, 1848; priest 
Oct. 12, 1849; r. Trinity ch. Van Deusenville, Great Barrington, 
Mass. 1848-61; Christ ch. Harwinton, Ct. 1861-62; St. John's 



ALUMNI 1847 229 

ch. Ashfield, Mass. 1864-83; w.c. Greenfield from 1883; d. June 
16, 1887. 

William De Loss Love (1844-45) b. Barre, N.Y. Sept. 29, 1819; 
Ham. 1843; Yale Sem. 1847; ord. Apr. 5, 1848; p. Howe St. ch. 
New Haven, Ct. 1848-52; Eastern Cong. ch. N.Y. City 1852; 
Second ch. Berlin 1853-57; Spring St. ch. Milwaukee, Wis. 1858- 
71, also ed. Wis. Puritan six years; U.S. Chr. Com. 1865; p. East 
Saginaw, Mich. 1871-76; w.c. Andover, Mass. 1877-78; p. South 
Hadley 1879-89; w.c. Hartford, Ct. 1889-94; St. Paul, Minn, 
from 1894; trustee Olivet; d. Sept. 5, 1898. D.D. Ham. 1871. 

James Roe Mershon (1846-47) b. Maysville, Ky. Apr. 19, 1815; 
Yale 1844; Yale Sem. 1847; ord. Apr. 27, 1848; p. Durham 
Centre, Ct. 1847-50; Ansonia 1850-51; Colebrook and Middle- 
field 1851-52; Marion, Io. 1852-54; res. Newton from 1854; in- 
strumental in organizing Cong, ch.; ed. local papers; manufac- 
turer; railroad pres. ; d. July 19, 1901. 

Henry Swain Parker (1844-46) b. Southboro, Mass. Apr. 20, 1820; 
P. A.; Dart. 1843; teacher Pinkerton Acad. Derry, N.H. 1846-47; 
Wayland, Mass. and Greenville, Ct. 1847-51; family sch. for 
boys Thompson 1851-64; res. Shopiere, Wis. 1864-80; Rock 
Falls, 111. from 1880; d. Apr. 9, 1899. 

George Slocum Folger Savage (1844-45) b. Upper Middletown 
(now Cromwell), Ct. June 29, 1817; Yale 1844; Yale Sem. 1847; 
ord. Upper Middletown Sept. 28, 1847; p. St. Charles, 111. 1847- 
60; res. Chicago from 1860; Western sec. Amer. Tract Soc. 
Boston 1860-70; ed. and pub. Cong. Review 1869-71; Western 
sec. Cong. Pub. Soc. 1870-72; sec. and treas. Chic. Sem. 1872-86, 
sec. 1886-1904 and director; trustee Beloit. D.D. Iowa 1870; 

Address 628 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Joseph Wallace Tarleton (1844-45) b. Epsom, N.H. Feb. 19, 1817; 
Dart. 1842; Yale Sem. 1847; ord. Dec. 5, 1850; p. Hookset, N.H. 
1850-53; w.c. Boston 1853-57; p. North Chelsea (now Revere), 
Mass. 1857-58 ; evang. res. Waverley from 1858 ; d. Feb. 27, 1883. 

Jeremiah Taylor (1844-45) b. Hawley, Mass. June 11, 1817; Amh. 
1843; Princ. Sem. 1847; ord. Oct. 27, 1847; p. Wenham, Mass. 
1847-56; First ch. Middletown, Ct. 1856-68; West Killinglv 
1869-72; Elmwood ch. Providence, R.I. 1872-77 and sec. R.I. 
Miss'y Soc. 1876-86; N.E. sec. Amer. Tract Soc. from 1887, res. 
Brookline, and asst to Dr. Reuen Thomas 1893-97; d. Apr. 20, 
1898. D.D. Amh. 1863. 

Douglas Kellogg Turner (1844-45) b. Stockbridge, Mass. Dec. 17, 
1823; Yale 1843; Yale Sem. 1845-46; teacher Hartsville, Pa. 
1846-48; ord. Apr. 18, 1848; p. Neshaminy ch. Hartsville 1848- 
73 and res. there after; lib'n Presb. Hist. Soc. Philadelphia 
1883-93; d. Mar. 8, 1902. 



230 ALUMNI 1847 

Martin Kellogg Whittlesey (1844-45) b. Stockbridge, Mass. Sept. 
14, 1821; Yale 1844; Yale Sem. 1847; h.m. Yellow Springs and 
Burlington, Io. 1847-48; ord. Lockport, 111. Jan. 10, 1849; p. 
First ch. Ottawa 1848-70; Alton 1870-72; supt Amer. H.M. Soc. 
for Central and Southern 111. 1872-78, res. Jacksonville 1872-81 ; 
Ottawa from 1881; cor. sec. 111. State Assoc, from 1852, treas. 
from 1857, registrar from 1869; trustee 111. Coll.; d. Ottawa 
Jan. 15, 1896. D.D. 111. Coll. 1877. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

George Washington Ash Class of 1842. 

Daniel Taggart Fiske Abbot Resident. Class of 1846. 

Daniel Little Furber Class of 1846. 

James Brown Harbison b. Shelby Co. Ky. Mar. 4, 1818; Centre 
Coll. Ky. 1844; Princ. Sem. 1847; a.p. Manchester, N.J. 1851-52; 
ord. (Presb.) 1852; p. Richmond, Mo. 1852-58; w.c. Shelbyville, 
Ky. 1859-66; Pleasant Hill, Mo. from 1866; d. Sept. 29, 1872. 

John Summer Holmes Class of 1846. 

William Hayes Lord Class of 1846. 

George Frederick Magoun Class of 1844. 

Josiah Merrill b. Otisfield, Me. Jan. 31, 1819; Dart. 1841; Bangor 
Sem. 1844; a.p. Eastport, Me. 1844-46; ord. Feb. 29, 1848; p. 
Hartford, Vt. 1848-57; Wiscasset, Me. 1857-64; South Franklin, 
Mass. 1867-77; Dummerston, Vt. 1880-83; Troy, N.H. 1883-91; 
w.c. Newton Centre, Mass. 1891-93; Lynn from 1893; d. Mar. 10, 
1894. 

Solomon Dwight Pitkin b. Ellington, Ct. June 20, 1822; Amh. 1843; 
Union Sem. 1843-45; Yale Sem. 1846; ord. (Presb.) Oct. 8, 1847; 
p. New Diggins and Benton, Wis. 1847-48; Battle Creek, Mich. 
1849-57; in business Kansas City, Mo. 1857-58; d. Woodbridge, 
N.J. Sept. 30, 1858. 

Francis Greenleaf Pratt Class of 1846. 

Cyrus Smith Richards b. Hartford, Vt. Mar. 11, 1808; Dart. 1835; 
prin. Kimball Union Acad. Meriden, N.H. 1835-71; prof. Latin 
and Greek and dean of prep, dept Howard Univ. Washington, 
D.C. 1871-85; author of Latin text-books; d. Madison, Wis. 
July 18, 1885. LL.D. Dart. 1865. 

William Willshire Robinson b. Sherburne, N.Y. Nov. 18, 1818; 
Yale 1842; Auburn Sem. 1847; ord. Jan. 18, 1848; p. Penn Yan, 
N.Y. 1847-50; d. Nov. 14, 1850. 

Richard Thurston Searle (1841-43, 1844-45, 1846-47) Abbot Resi- 
dent. Class of 1841. 



ALUMNI 1848 231 

Charles Smith Class of 1845. 

Leonard Swain Abbot Resident. Class of 1846. 

Charles Noyes Todd b. Rowley, Mass. Aug. 25, 1812; Amh. 1839; 
Union Sem. 1846; a.p. Rowley 1847-49; prin. acad. Honesdale, 
Pa. 1849-54; prin. McLean Fern. Sem. Indianapolis, Ind. 1854— 
61, in business 1854-81 and res. there after; cor. sec. Ind. State 
Chr. Com. 1863-65; d. Sept. 3, 1888. 

James Bradford Richmond Walker Class of 1846. 

Winthrop Faulkner Wheeler Class of 1842. 



1848 

GRADUATES 

Edmund Kimball Alden b. Randolph, Mass. Apr. 11, 1825; Amh. 
1844; res. lie. 1849; ord. Jan. 2, 1850; p.. First ch. Yarmouth, Me. 
1850-54; Lenox, Mass. 1854-59; Phillips ch. South Boston 1859- 
76; home sec. A.B.C.F.M. 1876-93 and res. Boston after; trustee 
Amh. and PA. (and And. Sem.) ; d. Apr. 30, 1896. D.D. Amh. 
1866. Son of Ebenezer Alden, M.D. trustee. 

Alanson Darius Barber b. Beekmantown, N.Y. Oct. 22, 1818; Univ. 
Vt. 1845; ord. Mooers, N.Y. Jan. 17, 1849; p. (Presb.) Peru 1849- 
52; (Cong.) Williston, Vt. 1852-60 and w.c. 1860-66; p. Wills- 
boro, N.Y. 1866-70; New Milford, Pa. 1871-72; Wysox 1873-74; 
Clarendon, Vt. 1875-76; ed. Vt. Chronicle Montpelier 1877-84; 
res. Williston from 1884; d. Aug. 30, 1902. 

Joseph Van Horn Barks b. Baltimore, O. Sept. 15, 1817; Marietta 
1845; Lane Sem. 1845^7; ord. (Presb.) Apr. 1849; h.m. Warsaw, 
Mo. 1848-63; Perry 1863-64 and 1869-85; Troy 1864-69; Odessa 
1885-90 and w.c. from 1890; d. Mar. 2, 1898. 

Joseph Lamson Bennett b. Woburn, Mass. Nov. 8, 1823; Amh. 
1845; ord. Oct. 1, 1848; p. (Presb.) Hannibal, Mo. 1848-51; 
(Cong.) East Cambridge, Mass. 1852-57; Lockport, N.Y. 1857- 
70; Plymouth ch. Indianapolis, Ind. 1871-73; Springfield, O. 
1873-75; Niagara, N.Y. 1875-79; Spencerport from 1879; d. 
May 22, 1882. Son of Joseph Bennett, class of 1821. 

Henry Bushnell b. Granville, O. Jan. 31, 1824; Marietta 1845; Lane 
Sem. 1845-47; ord. (Presb.) Sept. 5, 1849; p. Lexington, 0. 1849- 
52; Marysville 1852-57; res. Minn. 1857-60; teacher Central 
College (O.) Acad. 1860-66, finan. agt 1876-81 and 1883-85; 
res. Columbus 1866-68 and 1901-04; teacher Albany (Ore.) 
Colleg. Inst. 1869-70; McMinnville Coll. Ore. 1870-71; res. 
Granville, O. 1871-75; New Bedford, Mass. 1881-82; Westerville, 
0. 1885-91 and from 1904; d. Nov. 19, 1905. 



232 ALUMNI 1848 

Anson Clark b. Westhampton, Mass. July 2, 1822; Wms. 1845; ord. 
Raymond, Wis. Jan. 10. 1849; h.m. *Brookfield 1848-56; Hart- 
ford 1856-67; U.S. Chr. Com.; West Salem 1867-87 and w.c. 
from 1887; d. Jan. 22, 1890. 

John Townsend Coit b. Buffalo, N.Y. May 8, 1824; Yale 1844; stud. 
Univ. Halle 1849-51; a.p. St. Peter's Presb. ch. Rochester, N.Y. 
1853-54 and p. from 1860; ord. 1855; p. Albion 1855-60; d. 
Albion Jan. 23, 1863. 

William Upson Colt b. Hartford, Ct. Oct. 25, 1824; Trinity 1844; 
prin. Ellington Sem. ; d. East Medway, Mass. Sept. 28, 1848. 

Joshua Cooke b. Lewiston, N.Y. Sept. 30, 1821; Geneva (now 
Hobart) Coll. 1838-41; ord. 1850; p. (Presb.) St. Catharine's, 
Can. 1851-55; Lewiston, N.Y. 1855-67 j, chap. 8th N.Y. Heavy 
Art. and 10th N.Y. Vols. 1864-65; p. Marshalltown, Io. and Adel 
1868-70; Moingona 1871-72; Boone 1873-78; Storm Lake 1878- 
82; w.c. in Ore. 1882-85; p. Iron River, Mich, and Stambaugh 
1885-87; h.m. Gladstone 1887-88; w.c. Cleburne, Tex. 1888-97; 
Newark, N.J. 1897-1900; Lewiston, N.Y. 1900-04; Laconia, N.H. 
from 1904. Address Laconia, N.H. 

Ebenezer Cutler b. Royalston, Mass. Aug. 21, 1822; Univ. Vt. 1845; 
a.p. Derby, Vt. and St. Albans 1848-49; ord. Mar. 6, 1850; p. 
St. Albans 1850-55; Union ch. Worcester, Mass. 1855-80 and 
emer. ; assoc. ed. Cong. Review 1867-69; trustee Univ. Vt. ; 
d. Jan. 16, 1898. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1866. 

Artemas Dean b. Cornwall, N.Y. Feb. 9, 1824; Amh. 1842; Auburn 
Sem. 1842-43; teacher Petersburg, Va. 1844-46; ord. Feb. 5, 
1849; p. Johnson, Vt. 1849-51; Newbury 1851-57; Schenectady, 
N.Y. 1857-61; Second ch. Greenfield, Mass. 1861-66; Westboro 
1867-69; w.c. Northboro 1869-71; Vail's Gate, N.Y. 1871-73; 
p. (Ref. Dutch) Auburn 1873-75; High Bridge, N.J. 1875-85; 
(Presb.) Muncy, Pa. 1885-93; Englewood Cliffs, N.J. 1893-1900; 
w.c. Bloomfield 1900-02; Mt. Carmel, Pa. from 1902. D.D. 
Hampden-Sidney 1890. Address 522 West Ave. Mt. Carmel, Pa. 

Thomas Edwin Foster b. Andover, Mass. Dec. 16, 1820; P.A.; Yale 
1840; Yale Sem. 1842-43; teacher PA. 1843^7; res. lie. 1850: 
d. Andover Mar. 17, 1851. 

Timothy Seymour Goodman b. Cincinnati, O. Apr. 26, 1825; 
Marietta 1845; Lane Sem. 1845-47; a.p. Reynoldsburg 1851-52; 
banker and business man Cincinnati; d. College Hill Jan. 30, 
1904. 

John Wheeler Harding b. Waltham, Mass. Oct. 12, 1821; PA.; 
Amh. 1838-39; Yale 1845; res. lie. 1849; ord. Jan. 1, 1850; p. 
Longmeadow, Mass. 1850-91, res. there and Ormond, Fla. after; 
d. Apr. 14, 1896. 



ALUMNI 1848 233 

William Ireland b. Shropshire, Eng. Dec. 20, 1821; 111. Coll. 1845; 
ord. New Ipswich, N.H. Sept. 22, 1848; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to 
Zulus, South Africa 1848-88; d. Boston Oct. 12, 1888. 

John Jackson b. Maiden, Mass. Dec. 25, 1817; P. A.; Yale 1844; 
res. lie. 1849; statistical work 1849-55; asst sec. Boston Board 
of Trade 1855-68; d. Boston Jan. 23, 1877. 

Thomas Kennedy b. Ireland Aug. 19, 1822; PA.; Yale 1845; d. 
Baltimore, Md. Sept. 8, 1849. 

Orpheus Thomas Lanphear b. West Fairlee, Vt. Jan. 26, 1820; 
Univ. Vt. 1845; ord. Oct. 25, 1849; p. Derby 1849-55; High St. 
ch. Lowell, Mass. 1855-56; Second ch. Exeter, N.H. 1858-64; 
College St. ch. New Haven, Ct. 1864-67; Dane St. ch. Beverly, 
Mass. 1867-80 and w.c. from 1880; trustee Univ. Vt.; d. Jan. 24, 
1900. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1871. 

Plinius Moody b. South Hadley, Mass. Apr. 23, 1822; Amh. 1845; 
a.p. Ludlow and Palmer; res. South Hadley; d. Kirtland, O. 
Apr. 6, 1858. 

George Harrison Newhall b. Athol, Mass. Nov. 15, 1825; Amh. 
1845; res. lie. 1850; ord. Sept. 18, 1850; p. Walpole from 1850; 
d. Aug. 24, 1853. 

Joseph Thomas Noyes b. Newburyport, Mass. Mar. 4, 1818; P.A.; 
Amh. 1845; ord. Newburyport Sept. 20, 1848; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Ceylon 1848-53; Madura District, India from 1853; d. Madras 
Aug. 9, 1892. 

John Parsons b. Alfred, Me. Sept. 25, 1820; Brown 1842; Yale Sem. 
1846-47; h.m. Me. 1848-56; ord. May 14, 1857; p. Limington 
1857-63; Kennebunkport 1863-66; First ch. York 1866-69; 
Lebanon 1869-73 and w.c. 1874-76; Kennebunk 1877-80; Newton 
Centre, Mass. 1882-93; Dorchester 1893-97; Brookline from 
1897. Address 92 Marion St. Brookline, Mass. 

Hezekiah Danford Perry b. Rehoboth, Mass. Mar. 21, 1818; Amh. 
1845 ; res. lie. 1849 ; teacher and asst supt House of Refuge Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 1851-53; supt House of Refuge Cincinnati, O. 1853- 
54; teacher Ind. and Mass. 1855-61; Western agt N.Y. Juvenile 
Asylum 1861-65; farmer Conway, Mass. from 1865; d. Sept. 25, 
1892. 

Joshua Mackrice Pitman b. Meredith, N.H. May 29, 1819; Dart. 
1841; teacher Durham; a.p. (Bapt.) Sutton 1852-53; teacher 
Menomonee, Wis. 1854-60, often preaching; teacher and farmer 
Cedar Mills, Minn. 1860-88; res. St. Peter from 1888; d. Mar. 15, 
1901. 

Silas Goodyear Randall b. Weybridge, Vt. July 26, 1819; Midd. 
1845; Union Sem. 1845-46; a.p. (Presb.) Roscoe, 111. 1848-50; 
ord. June 6, 1850 ; p. Essex, N.Y. 1850-52 ; inventor of agricultural 



234 ALUMNI 1848 

implements; res. Elgin, Rockford and Chicago, 111.; Providence, 
R.I. 1869-86 and from 1894; d. Nov. 19, 1902. 

Nathan Burnham Rogers b. Exeter, N.H. Apr. 17, 1821 ; Dart. 1845 ; 
ord. Dec. 6, 1848; p. South ch. Hallowell, Me. from 1848; d. Oct. 
29, 1849. 

Levi Wheaton b. Townshend, Vt. Oct. 4, 1817; P.A.; Amh. 1845; 
ord. Jan. 23, 1850; p. West Gloucester, Mass. 1849-57; North 
Falmouth 1858-66; Poplar Grove, 111. 1866-71; w.c. Beloit, Wis. 
from 1871; d. Oct. 8, 1872. 

Abel Wood b. Westminster, Mass. June 7, 1818; Amh. 1839-40 
Dart. 1843; Ober. Sem. 1845-46; teacher Beloit, Wis. 1848-49 
prin. acad. Canton, N.Y. 1849-50; a.p. Warner, N.H. 1851-52 
teacher Colleg. Inst. Gilbertsville, N.Y. 1852-53, prin. 1854-56 
and 1871-87; a.p. First ch. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1853-54; instructor 
Kimball Union Acad. Meriden, N.H. 1856-69; prin. Albany (N.Y.) 
Acad. 1869-70; res. Kingston, N.H. from 1887; d. Aug. 19, 1890. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Caleb Alexander (1845-46) b. Brattleboro, Vt. Dec. 25, 1817; 2d 
U.S.. Sharpshooters 1861-64, Vet. Res. Corps 1864-65; res. Brattle- 
boro; d. Jan. 24, 1873. 

Oliver Crane (1846^7) b. West Bloomfield (now Montclair), N.J. 
July 12, 1822; Yale 1845; Union Sem. 1848; ord. by Newark 
(N.J.) Presb.'y June 29, 1848; miss'y A.B.CF.M. Turkey 1849-53, 
1860-63 and 1874; p. Huron, N.Y. 1854-57; Waverly 1857-60; 
Carbondale, Pa. 1864-70; w.c. Morristown, N.J. 1871-91; Boston 
from 1891; translated Virgil's Aeneid; d. Nov. 29, 1896. D.D. 
Univ. Wooster, 0. 1880; LL.D. Westminster Coll. Mo. 1889. 

William Tyler Herrick (1845-47) b. Milton, Vt. Sept. 24, 1818 
Univ. Vt. 1839; ord. May 28, 1851; p. Winooski, Vt. 1851-54 
Candia, N.H. 1854-58; Pelham 1858-61; Clarendon, Vt. 1861-72 
West Charleston 1872-82; w.c. Elizabethtown, N.Y. 1882-85 
Castleton, Vt. from 1885; d. Nov. 9, 1896. 

Timothy Lyman (1845-48) b. Chester, Mass. Aug. 28, 1819; Amh. 
1844; ord. Burlington, Io. Dec. 25, 1850; h.m. (Presb.) Fort 
Madison 1850-51; p. (Cong.) Griggsville, 111. 1851-52; Lansing, 
Io. 1853-56; North Pepin, Wis. 1856-58; Plainfield, 111. 1859-62; 
-in service Amer. Miss'y Assoc. Beaufort, N.C. and Savannah, Ga. 
1864-65; p. Killingworth, Ct. 1866-69; Southwick, Mass. 1871-72; 
Ludlow Mills 1874-77 and w.c. 1878-79; Rutland 1881-83; p. 
Southwest Harbor, Me. 1883 ; d. Mar. 18, 1883. 

Silas Merriam (1845^7) b. Middleton, Mass. Dec. 19, 1819; P.A.; 
Dart. 1844; Lane Sem. 1850; teacher Bardstown, Ky. ; merchant 
Marion, Io. 1855-73; res. Chicago, 111. from 1873; d. Apr. 5, 1877. 



ALUMNI 1848 235 

William Thomas Reynolds (1845-46) b. West Haven, Ct. Nov. 16, 
1823; Yale 1845; Yale Sem. 1848; ord. Apr. 22, 1852; p. Sherman, 
N.Y. 1851-55; Kiantone 1856-62; North Haven, Ct. 1863-93 and 
emer.; d. Jan. 22, 1899. 

Joseph Emerson Swallow (1845-46) b. Nashua, N.H. Apr. 21, 1817; 
P.A.; Dart. 1843; Union Sem. 1848; ord. July 18, 1848; p. Green- 
port, N.Y. 1848-50 ; Wilmington, Mass. 1851-56 ; Nantucket 1856- 
58; Stoneham 1858-59; Southampton 1859-62; Burlington 1863- 
66; Groton, Ct. 1867-70; South Canaan 1870-73; Alford, Mass. 
1873-76; w.c. Needham 1876-80; p. Edgartown 1880-82; Somes- 
ville, Mt. Desert, Me. 1883-87; Windsor, Mass. from 1887; d. 
Dec. 17, 



RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Eliphalet Birchard (1846-48) Class of 1846. 

Edward Warren Clark Class of 1847. 

Timothy Farrar Clary (1846-48) Class of 1846. 

Jonathan Edwards Class of 1847. 

Solomon Payson Fay Class of 1847. 

Samuel Hurlbut b. Charlotte, Vt. Nov. 26, 1816; Midd. 1839; Union 
Sem. 1845; a.p. Lodi, N.J. 1845-46; ord. June 2, 1847; p. New 
Haven, Vt. from 1846; d. Dec. 2, 1856. 

Jabez Baldwin Lyman Class of 1845. 

Daniel Parker Noyes b. Byfield, Newbury, Mass. June 4, 1820; Yale 
1840 and tutor 1843-47; ord. Apr. 18, 1849; p. Jay St. Presb. ch. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 1849-54; cor. sec. Amer. H.M. Soc. N.Y. City 
1854-64; sec. Home Evang'n Committee Boston 1864-74, res. 
Brookline ; p. Wilmington 1877-85 ; res. Byfield 1874-77 and from 
1885; lecturer on Home Evangelization And. Sem. 1866-71; d. 
June 3, 1888. 

Albert Paine Class of 1844. 

John Philander Perry b. Rindge, N.H. Feb. 23, 1819; Dart. 1842; 
a.p. Surry 1845-47; Ludlow, Vt. ; ord. (Swedenborgian) Boston 
May 9, 1852; p. East Bridgewater 1850-53; Yarmouthport 1853- 
71; res. Waltham 1871-73; New Ipswich, N.H. from 1873; d. 
July 30, 1886. 

Hohannes Der Sahagian b. Constantinople, Turkey 1808; "Der" 
means (Armenian) priest; imprisoned and sent into exile; came 
to U.S. for education; Union Sem. 1844-45; Yale Sem. 1846-48; 
ord. May 16, 1849; pastor Adabazar, Turkey 1849; Nicomedia 
1849-65; d. Feb. 1865. 

Edward Sweet b. Ipswich, Mass. Oct. 23, 1815 ; Yale 1844 ; Yale Sem. 
1847; ord. Mar. 1, 1850; p. Haydenville, Williamsburg, Mass. 



236 ALUMNI 1849 

1850-54; banker and broker N.Y. City from 1854, res. Montclair, 
N.J. from 1865; d. Jan. 7, 1888. 

Daniel Herbert Temple b. Valetta, Malta Nov. 13, 1822; Amh. 1843; 
Bangor Sem. 1844-45; prin. Washington Acad. East Machias, Me. 
1847-48; teacher Eng. and classical sch. Chicago, 111. 1849-51; 
ord. May 27, 1851; p. Beardstown 1851-54; Sturbridge, Mass. 
1854-55; Dixon, 111. 1855-56; Aurora, N.Y. 1856-63; in business 
Bloomfield, N.J. 1864-72; res. San Francisco, Cal. 1872-84, sup. 
various churches, also teacher Menlo Park 1881-83; teacher Los 
Gatos from 1883, occas. preaching; author of biography of his 
father, Rev. Daniel Temple, class of 1820; d. Sept. 9, 1897. 



1849 

GRADUATES 

Joseph Baugher Bittinger b. Berwick, Pa. Mar. 30, 1823; Pa. Coll. 
Gettysburg 1844; prin. Abbot Acad. Andover, Mass. 1849-50; 
prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Midd. 1851-53; ord. Cornwall, Vt. Apr. 
28, 1852 ; p. Euclid Ave. Presb. ch. Cleveland, 0. 1853-62 ; Sewick- 
ley, Pa. from 1864; d. Apr. 15, 1885. D.D. West. Res. 1864. 

Silas Morrison Blanchard b. Windham, N.H. Mar. 9, 1820; P.A.; 
Dart. 1842; Columbia (S.C.) Sem. 1846-47; res. lie. 1851; ord. 
Oct. 27, 1853; p. Chichester, N.H. 1852-57; Bath 1857-58; Went- 
worth 1859-60 and w.c. 1860-66; p. Hudson 1867-68 and w.c. 
from 1869; d. Dec. 16, 1888. 

Levi Alpheus Field b. Leverett, Mass. Sept. 17, 1821; Amh. 1846; 
a.p. Agawam 1850-53; ord. Aug. 31, 1853; p. Marlboro from 
1853; d. Oct. 22, 1859. 

George Elisha Fisher b. Harvard, Mass. Jan. 22, 1823; Amh. 1846; 
ord. Feb. 27, 1850; p. Rutland 1850-52; North Amherst 1852-58; 
Mason Village (now Greenville), N.H. 1859-62; Ashburnham, 
Mass. 1863-67; South Hadley Falls 1867-78; Second ch. (East St.) 
Amherst 1879-85; res. North Amherst from 1885, p. Leverett 
1886-96; representative; d. Apr. 4, 1905. 

Edward Hanford Greeley b. Hopkinton, N.H. Apr. 23, 1817; Dart. 
1845; ord. Nov. 7, 1849; p. Haverhill 1849-58 and 1869-74; Pearl 
St. ch. Nashua 1858-60; Methuen, Mass. 1861-66; w.c. Claremont, 
N.H. 1866-68; sec. N.H. H.M. Soc. from 1874, res. Concord; 
d. Aug. 27, 1890. D.D. Dart. 1885. 

Samuel Newell Grout b. Stratton, Vt. July 5, 1818; Midd. 1846; ord. 
(Presb.) Hannibal, Mo. Apr. 28, 1850; h.m. Edina and Memphis 
1850^54; West Ely 1854-55; (Cong.) Fulton, 111. 1855; Inland, Io., 
Big Rock and New Liberty 1856-67; Monroe 1867-69; Elmore, 
Neb., Macon and other places 1869-81; Oxford 1881-85; w.c. 
Franklin from 1885; d. Apr. 20, 1904. 



ALUMNI 1849 237 

John Hopkins Gurney b. Dover, Me. Sept. 21, 1821; Ober. 1845; 
ord. Feb. 22, 1850; p. St. Johnsbury East, Vt. 1850-56; New 
Braintree, Mass. 1856-69; U.S. Chr. Com. 1865; p. Foxcroft, Me. 
and Dover 1869-75 ; Trinity ch. Neponset, Mass. 1876-77 ; Harvard 
1878-79; Humboldt, Io. 1880-82; Dover, Dak. (now So. Dak.) 
1882-88 ; w.c. Oberlin, 0. and elsewhere from 1888 ; d. Dover, S.D. 
Dec. 7, 1898. 

Stephen Abbott Holt b. Norway, Me. Feb. 13, 1820; P. A.; Bowd. 
1846 ; ord. Jan. 1, 1850 ; p. Milton, Vt. 1850-51 ; in business Boston 
from 1851, res. Winchester; d. Dec. 14, 1895. 

George Alvan Howard b. Salem, Mass. Jan. 22, 1816; N.Y. Univ. 
1835-37; Yale Sem. 1846-48; ord. July 17, 1850; p. (Presb.) 
Catskill, N.Y. 1850-90 and emer.; d. May 12, 1898. D.D. Ham. 
1870. 

Zephaniah Moore Humphrey b. Amherst, Mass. Aug. 30, 1824; Amh. 
1843; Union Sem. 1846-47; a.p. Milwaukee, Wis. 1849-50; ord. 
Oct. 9, 1850 ; p. First Presb. ch. Racine 1850-56 ; Plymouth Cong, 
ch. Milwaukee 1856-59; First Presb. ch. Chicago, 111. 1859-68; 
Calvary ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1868-75; prof. Ch. Hist, and Polity 
Lane Sem. from 1875; d. Cincinnati, O. Nov. 13, 1881. D.D. Amh. 
and Univ. Chic. 1864. Son of Dr. Heman Humphrey, visitor. 

Joshua Huntington b. Boston Feb. 11, 1812; P.A.; Amh. 1827-29; 
Yale 1832; Princ. Sem. 1832-33; Dart. Med. Coll. 1836-37; Yale 
Med. Sch. 1838; asst surgeon U.S.N. 1838-45 (on Commodore 
Perry's flagship, coast of Africa, 1843-45) ; res. lie. 1850; teacher 
private sch. for boys N.Y. City 1853-64; clerk Treas'y dept 
Washington 1865-76 and res. there after; professed Rom. Cath. 
faith; pres. Soc. of St. Vincent de Paul; d. Mar. 23, 1900. M.D. 
Yale 1838. 

John Edward Bullard Jewett b. Pepperell, Mass. Dec. 9, 1821 ; Dart. 
1843; res. lie. 1850; ord. Sept. 25, 1850; p. East Jaffrey, N.H. 
1850-52 and res. there 1854-59; prin. acad. Deckertown, N.J. 
1853-54; res. Pepperell, Mass. 1859-67, prin. high sch. 1867-70; 
high sch. Shrewsbury 1870-71; Pembroke (N.H.) Acad. 1871-72; 
res. Pepperell, Mass. 1872-82, farming and occas. preaching; in 
service Amer. Miss'y Assoc. N.C., S.C. and Ky. 1882-94; h.m. 
Aurora, S.D. 1894-96; res. Pepperell, Mass. from 1896. 

Address Pepperell, Mass. 

George Barker Little b. Castine, Me. Dec. 21, 1821; Bowd. 1843; 
ord. Oct. 12, 1849; p. First ch. Bangor 1849-57; West Newton, 
Mass. from 1857; d. Roxbury July 20, 1860. 

John Oliver Means b. Augusta, Me. Aug. 1, 1822; Bowd. 1843; 
Bangor Sem. 1844-45; purser U.S.N, coast of Africa 1845^8; 
res. lie. 1850; ord. Dec. 3, 1851; p. East Medway (now Millis), 



238 ALUMNI 1849 

Mass. 1851-55; Vine St. ch. Roxbury 1857-77; sec. Cong. Pub. 
Soc. Boston 1878-80 and cor. sec. A.B.C.F.M. from 1880; chap. 
Mass. Senate; d. Dec. 8, 1883. D.D. Bowd. 1871. 

Jason Morse b. Southbridge, Mass. Mar. 9, 1821; Amh. 1845; ord. 
Dec. 12, 1849; p. Brimfield from 1849; d. Oct. 14, 1861. 

Charles William Munroe b. Boston Oct. 27, 1821; PA.; Yale 1837- 
39; Harv. 1847; ord. Dec. 26, 1849; h.m. Blake's Prairie, Wis. 
1849-50; p. Appleton 1850-54; Fort Howard 1854-56; in business 
Cambridge, Mass. from 1856, deacon First ch.; d. Aug. 19, 1901. 

Richard Osborne b. Fonda's Bush, N.Y. Dec. 25, 1821; Union 1846; 
Auburn Sem. 1846-47; res. lie. And. Sem. 1850; ord. Champion, 
N.Y. Jan. 19, 1853; p. Sandy Creek 1852-59, also Mannsville 
1852-55; Colerain, Mass. 1861-63; Champion, N.Y. 1863-65; 
(Presb.) Green Island 1865-68; w.c. Northumberland 1868-76; 
Saratoga Springs from 1876; d. Apr. 9, 1899. 

Salem Marsh Plimpton b. Sturbridge, Mass. Apr. 21, 1820; Amh. 
1846; ord. May 8, 1851; p. Wells River, Vt. 1851-61; chap. 4th 
Vt. Vols. 1861-62; p. North ch. St. Johnsbury 1862-63; East 
Douglas, Mass. 1863-64; Chelsea, Vt. from 1865; d. Sept. 14, 
1866. 

John Newton Putnam b. (North) Andover, Mass. Dec. 26, 1822; 
PA.; Dart. 1843; .ord. Woodstock, Vt. Oct. 6, 1852; prof. Greek 
Lang, and Lit. Dart, from 1849; d. at sea on homeward voyage 
from Europe Oct. 22, 1863. 

Roger Moses Sargent b. Barton, Vt. Sept. 7, 1824; Dart. 1846; res. 
lie. 1852; a.p. First ch. West Newbury, Mass. 1849-50; Farm- 
ington, N.H. 1850-51 ; ord. Apr. 27, 1852 ; p. Centre ch. Gilmanton 
1852-60; Farmington 1860-69; Princeton, Mass. 1869-71; Indep. 
ch. (Monticello Sem.) Godfrey, 111. 1871-74; Webster Groves, 
Mo. 1875; Illini, 111. 1875-82; Sandoval 1882-87; Dover 1888-91; 
Rockton 1891-92; West Hawley, Mass. 1892-94; Woodburn, 111. 
1894-95; w.c. St. Louis, Mo. 1895-1900, ed. Cong. Messenger 
1895; p. Rokeby, Neb. 1900; Linwood 1901-02; Sedgwick, Kan. 
1902-03; Almena 1903-04; res. Wichita from 1904, often preach- 
ing; co. sch. com'r and sec. State Board of Educ. in N.H.; d. 
Jan. 18, 1906. D.D. Dart. 1896. 

James Carter Seagrave b. Uxbridge, Mass. Apr. 14, 1821; Brown 
1845; ord. Dec. 3, 1851; p. Fifth Cong. ch. Providence, R.I. 1851- 
53; Rochester, N.H. 1853-56; Scotland ch. Bridgewater, Mass. 
1857-65; Wentworth, N.H. 1865-70; East Marshfield, Mass. 1870- 
74; Fourth ch. Haverhill 1874-78; Otis 1878-84; Peru 1884-89; 
w.c. Hinsdale from 1889. Address Hinsdale, Mass. 

Ambrose Smith b. Ossipee, N.H. Sept. 7, 1820; Dart. 1845; ord. 
July 9, 1850; p. Northfield, Vt. 1850-53; Boscawen, N.H. from 
1853: d. Oct. 3, 1862. 



ALUMNI 1849 239 

Bernhard Steinthal b. Ger. 1818; Oldenburg Gymnasium; ord. by 
Philadelphia (Pa.) Presb'y Nov. 4, 1851; miss'y to Jews Phila- 
delphia 1849-54; left the ministry 1860; d. 1862 (?). 

William Gardner Tuttle b. Littleton, Mass. Sept. 25, 1819; P.A.; 
Amh. 1846; h.m. Me. 1849-50; a.p. Littleton 1850; ord. Apr. 16, 
1851; p. Harrisville, N.H. 1851-60; First ch. Ware, Mass. 1861- 
87; res. Worcester from 1887, p. Holden 1888; Lakeview ch. 
Worcester 1889; d. Aug. 5, 1897. 

Isaac Cushing White b. Abington, Mass. Feb. 24, 1822; Ober. 1845; 
res. lie. 1850; ord. Oct. 23, 1850; p. North Abington, Mass. 1850- 
60; Nantucket 1861-62; res. Roxbury 1862-65, occas. preaching; 
p. Newmarket, N.H. 1865-87; Scotland ch. Bridgewater, Mass. 
1888-94; w.c. Providence, R.I. 1894-95; Worcester, Mass. 1895- 
96; Plymouth from 1896; d. Feb. 17, 1007. 

Lyman White b. Roxbury, N.H. July 23, 1818; Dart. 1846; ord. Oct. 
23, 1849; p. Epping, N.H. 1849-55; Easton, Mass. 1855-62; 
Phillipston 1863-71; Pembroke, N.H. 1871-75; Deerfield 1875-81; 
Gilmanton Iron Works 1882-87; Wakefield from 1887; d. Port- 
land, Me. May 30, 1889. 

Philo Beckwith Wilcox b. Benson, Vt. Jan. 18, 1818; Univ. Vt. 
1845; res. lie. 1851; ord. May 14, 1851; p. Union ch. East and 
West Bridgewater, Mass. 1851-60; First ch. Norway, Me. 1860- 
65, also Second ch. 1860-62; Otisfield 1865-70; Blue Hill 1871-72; 
w.c. Northboro, Mass. from 1872; d. June 5, 1898. 

Rensselaer Winchell b. West Springfield, Mass. Feb. 8, 1818 ; Marion 
Coll. Mo. 1842^3; 111. Coll. 1845 and tutor 1847-48; ord. Han- 
nibal, Mo. Oct. 1849; h.m. (Presb.) Tully 1849^51; (Cong.) 
Warren, Io. 1853-54; res. Boston 1854^86, accountant 1855-79; 
res. East Orange, N.J. 1886-93; Northampton, Mass. from 1893; 
d. June 28, 1902. 

NON-GRADUATES 

William Woodruff Atwater (1846-47) b. New Haven, Ct. Nov. 4, 
1824; Yale 1846; Yale Sem. 1850; ord. Dec. 3, 1850; h.m. Lima, 
Mich. 1850-52; Niles 1852-54; Hudson 1854-56; Elkhart, Ind. 
1856-59; p. Prospect, Ct. 1860-65; West Avon/ 1865-68; South 
Killingly 1869-73; lib'n Yale Law Sch. from 1873; d. New Haven 
Mar. 15, 1874. 

Nathaniel Purdy Bailey (1846-47) b. Marlboro, N.Y. May 18, 1817; 
Yale 1846; Yale Sem. 1849; ord. Nov. 7, 1849; p. Akron, O. 1849- 
56; res. Painesville 1856-70, p. Indep. Presb. ch. 1856-64 and 
ed. Telegraph 1867-70; p. First Presb. ch. Warren 1870-79; 
Massillon 1879-94; w.c. Sabina from 1894; d. Jan. 20, 1906. 
D.D. Blackburn Univ. 111. 1872. 



240 ALUMNI 1849 

Lorenzo Prentice Blood (1846-47) b. Pepperell, Mass. July 25, 1824; 
Amh. 1846; teacher Shrewsbury, N.J. 1848-49; Upper Marlboro, 
Md. 1850-51; Pepperell (Mass.) Acad. 1852-54 and 1869-70; 
Marblehead 1854 ; South Braintree 1855 ; Baltimore, Md. 1857-58 ; 
Hagerstown 1859-68; Pembroke (N.H.) Acad. 1871; prin. high 
sch. Pepperell, Mass. 1872-76 and res. there after; surveyor; supt 
schools. Address Pepperell, Mass. 

Joseph Franklin Griggs (1846-47) b. Sutton, Mass. Apr. 24, 1822; 
Yale 1846; teacher Sutton and Holden 1847-48; Mechanic Sch. 
Worcester 1848-49; prin. classical sch. (afterward Western Univ. 
Pa.) Allegheny, Pa. and Pittsburg 1849-55; prof. Anc. Lang. 
Western Univ. Pa. 1855-64, prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. 1864-80, 
sec. and treas. 1880-92 ; d. Pittsburg Apr. 1, 1897. 

George Edwards Hill (1846^48) b. Boston Nov. 3, 1824; P.A.; Yale 
1846; Yale Sem. 1849; a.p. Durham Centre, Ct. 1850-51; ord. 
June 5, 1851; p. Manchester 1851-53; Sheffield, Mass. 1855-63; 
Saxonville 1863-70; Southport, Ct. 1870-77; in service Amer. 
Miss'y Assoc. Marion, Ala. 1877-80; p. Pittsfield, N.H. 1881-86; 
Plaistow 1888-92; w.c. Indianapolis, Ind. from 1892. 

Address 206 East 15th St. Indianapolis, Ind. 

Issachar Lefavour (1846-47) b. Beverly, Mass. Dec. 30, 1816; P.A.; 
Amh. 1842; teacher gram. sch. and acad. 'Beverly 1847-56; prin. 
high sch. Ipswich 1856-74; res. Beverly from 1847; insurance agt 
and conveyancer. Address 16 Washington St. Beverly, Mass. 

Edwin Gaylord Moore (1846-48) b. Avon, N.Y. Jan. 19, 1818; Mari- 
etta 1846; Lane Sem. 1850; a.p. Marysville, O. 1850; ord. Nov. 21, 
1852; p. Third Presb. ch. Chicago, 111. 1852-54; Willoughby, O. 
1855-56; First Presb. ch. Geneseo, N.Y. 1857-60; Second Presb. 
ch. Chillicothe, O. 1861-62; Wilmington, 111. 1862-66; Gardner 
1867-69; in business Joliet 1869-82 and S.S. colporteur; p. Frank- 
fort Station 1882-83; Hersman 1884-88; Third St. Presb. ch. 
St. Joseph, Mo. 1888-91; w.c. Worthington, Minn., Luverne, 
Sherburne, Granada from 1893; d. Feb. 20, 1897. 

Charles Smith (1846-47) from Hudson, N.Y.; d. Hudson Sept. 10, 
1849. 

Albert Tolman (1846-47) b. Dorchester, Mass. Feb. 13, 1824; Amh. 
1845 and tutor 1848-51 ; instructor Young Ladies ' Inst. Pittsfield 
1851-55; prin. Taghonic Inst. Lanesboro 1855-68; res. Pittsfield 
from 1868, prin. high sch. 1868-78; d. Aug. 17, 1891. 

Charles Hooper Trask (1846-48) b. Manchester, Mass. Sept. 24, 
1824; Amh. 1841-43; Yale 1846; res. Savannah, Ga. and West 
Indies 1848-51; merchant N.Y. City (William Ropes and Co.) 
from 1851; deacon Madison Sq. Presb. ch., and elder from 1861; 
res. N.Y. City 1851-65 and 1869-91; Boston 1865-69; Morris- 
town, N.J. 1891-95; Concord, Mass. 1897-1902; Lincoln 1896-97 
and from 1902; d. Dec. 11, 1905. 



ALUMNI 1850 241 

Charles Braman White (1846-47) b. Thetford, Vt. Feb. 14, 1826; 
Wabash 1846; physician New Orleans, La. from 1852; d. Apr. 16, 
1882. M.D. Univ. La. 1852. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Edmund Kimball Alden Abbot Resident. Class of 1848. 

William Ely Boies b. Charleston, S.C. Jan. 27, 1823; Yale 1844; 
Lane Sem. 1848 ; prevented by loss of hearing from entering min- 
istry; res. Longmeadow, Mass. 1848-91; Knoxville, Tenn. from 
1891; religious ed. Journal and Tribune. 

Address 507 West Church Ave. Knoxville, Tenn. 

Ezekiel Dow (1847-49) b. Warren, N.H. Apr. 9, 1807; ord. Feb. 12, 
1845; p. Loudon 1845-47; South Wellfleet, Mass. 1852-55; Monu- 
ment ch. Sandwich 1855-58; Chiltonville, Plymouth 1859; Line- 
brook, Ipswich 1860-66; Nelson, N.H. 1866-67; Andover, Ct. 
1867-68; Huntington, Mass. 1869-71; Becket 1872-75 and w.c. 
1875-79; Warren, N.H. from 1879; d. Feb. 5, 1884. 

James Fletcher Class of 1846. 

Henry Martyn Goodwin b. Hartford, Ct. June 8, 1820; Yale 1840; 
Union Sem. 1843-45; Yale Sem. 1846; ord. Feb. 19, 1851; p. 
First ch. Rockford, 111. 1851-72; prof. Eng. Lit., Rhet. and Logic 
Olivet 1875-87, and in lit. work 1887-92 ; res. Williamstown, Mass. 
from 1892; d. Mar. 1, 1893. D.D. Olivet 1876. 

John Wheeler Harding Abbot Resident. Class of 1848. 

William Sidney Huggins b. New Haven, Ct. Mar. 19, 1822; Yale 
1842; Yale Sem. 1848; ord. Nov. 9, 1852; p. Whitewater, Wis. 
1852-53; (Presb.) Kalamazoo, Mich, from 1854; d. Mar. 23, 1862. 

John Jackson Class of 1848. 

Thomas Newton Jones b. Canaan, N.H. Mar. 27, 1821; Gilmanton 
(N.H.) Sem. 1846; ord. May 24, 1848; p. Loudon, N.H. 1847-49 
and 1849-53; North Reading, Mass. from 1853; d. Aug. 29, 1869. 

Hezekiah Danford Perry Class of 1848. 

Joshua Mackrice Pitman Class of 1848. 



1850 

GRADUATES 

George Moulton Adams b. Castine, Me. July 7, 1824; Bowd. 1844; 
Bangor Sem. 184^46; Univ. Halle 1847^8; Univ. Berlin 1848- 
49 ; res. lie. 1851 ; ord. Sept. 18, 1851 ; p. Conway, Mass. 1851-63 ; 
North ch. Portsmouth, N.H. 1863-72; Holliston, Mass. 1873-89; 
res. Auburndale from 1889, sup. various churches; overseer 
Bowd.; d. Jan. 11, 1906. D.D. Bowd. 1884. 



242 ALUMNI 1850 

William James Alger b. New Lebanon, N.Y. July 1, 1823; Union 
1846; ord. Feb. 4, 1852; p. Ellsworth, Ct. 1852-53; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon Jan. 25, 1854; priest Dec. 13, 1854; asst min. St. John's 
ch. Richfield Springs, N.Y. 1854-55; r. Zion ch. Morris, N.J. 1855- 
58; St. Paul's ch. Paris, N.Y. 1858-68; Trinity ch. Saco, Me. 1868- 
80, also Christ ch. Biddeford; Grace ch. Camden, S.C. 1881-84; 
St. John's ch. Millville, Blackstone, Mass. 1885-90; w.c. Woburn 
1890-97; Cal. 1897-99; Southern Pines, N.C. from 1901; d. Apr. 
20, 1903. 

Richard Salter Billings b. Conway, Mass. Sept. 29, 1820; Amh. 
1847; res. lie. 1851; res. lie. Yale Sem. 1852-54; ord. June 6, 
1855 ; p. Shelburne, Mass. 1855-70 ; Dalton 1871-78 ; w.c. Andover 
1878-79; p. North Stamford, Ct. 1880-83; Somersville 1883-87; 
Ridgebury from 1887; d. Oct. 29, 1888. 

William Bird b. Valetta, Malta Aug. 17, 1823; Dart. 1844; res. lie. 
1852; ord. Merrimack, N.H. Nov. 15, 1852; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Syria from 1853; d. Beirut Aug. 30, 1902. Son of Isaac Bird, 
class of 1820. 

Swift Byington b. Bristol, Ct. Feb. 4, 1824; Yale 1847; Yale Sem. 
1847-49; res. lie. And. Sem. 1852; ord. Nov. 17, 1852; p. West 
Brookfield, Mass. 1852-58; North Ave. ch. Cambridge 1859; 
North Woburn 1861-62; Old South ch. Boston 1862-63; Stoneham 
1864-71; First ch. Exeter, N.H. 1871-93; d. May 26, 1895. 

Moses McLellan Colburn b. Fair Haven, Vt. Sept. 17, 1819; Univ. 
Vt. 1844; ord. June 12, 1851; p. Pacific ch. New Bedford, Mass. 
1851-52; South Dedham 1852-66; Waukegan, 111. 1866-70; 
St. Joseph, Mich, from 1870; d. Jan. 26, 1876. 

Henry Cummings b. Royalston, Mass. Sept. 12, 1823; Amh. 1847; 
res. lie. 1851; ord. July 16, 1851; p. Newport, N.H. 1851-66; 
Rutland, Mass. 1866-73; Strafford, Vt. 1874-95 and emer. 

Address Strafford, Vt. 

Lyman Cutler b. Holliston, Mass. Aug. 4, 1826; Dart. 1847; ord. 
Jan. 22, 1851; p. Pepperell, Mass. 1851-53; Eliot ch. Newton 
from 1854; d. Apr. 28, 1855. 

Clark Ela Ferrin b. Holland, Vt. July 20, 1818; Univ. Vt. 1845; ord. 
Dec. 9, 1850; p. Barton 1850-54; Hinesburg 1856-77; Plainfield 
from 1878; representative; d. June 27, 1881. D.D. Midd. 1880. 

Charles Henry Gates b. Palmer, Mass. Aug. 26, 1823; Amh. 1847; 
a.p. Nottingham, N.H. 1850-51; ord. Wilbraham, Mass. Nov. 14, 
1851; p. Fairfield, Io. 1851-56; Washington 1856-62; Oskaloosa 
1852-68; Buxton, Me. 1868-71; Somersville, Ct. 1871-74; Kenne- 
bunkport, Me. 1874-83; Deer Isle 1883-85; Limington 1885-89; 
West Newfield 1889-92; Bar Mills 1892-96; w.c. North Wilbra- 
ham, Mass. from 1896. Address North Wilbraham, Mass. 



ALUMNI 1850 248 

William Dorus Hitchcock b. Pittsford, Vt. Nov. 18, 1823; Univ. Vt. 
1847; ord. Oct. 22, 1851; p. Clinton, Mass. 1851-53; First ch. 
Exeter, N.H. from 1853; d. Nov. 23, 1854. 

Benjamin Judkins b. Boston May 28, 1820; Harv. 1848; ord. Apr. 1, 
1851; p. Nantucket 1851-55; First ch. Somerville 1856-58; 
(Presb.) Allentown, Pa. 1859-62; (Cong.) Clinton, Mass. 1862- 
67; Keokuk, Io. 1868-70; ord. (Epis.) deacon Dec. 7, 1870; priest 
July 10, 1871; r. Grace ch. Windsor, Ct. 1871-81; w.c. West 
Dedham, Mass. 1881-86 and 1888-90; r. Trinity ch. Concord 
1886-88; w.c. Houghton, Mich, from 1890; d. Feb. 26, 1894. 

John Tallmadge Marsh b. Haddam, Ct. Dec. 17, 1825; Yale 1845; 
Union Sem. 1846-47; h.m. 111. 1851-53; ord. Sept. 14, 1853; 
h.m. p. Peoria 1853-55 ; Le Claire, Io. 1855-56 ; Fort Howard, 
Wis. 1857-58; Sheboygan Falls 1859-60; Hartland 1861-62; 
New Lisbon 1862-63; private 1st Ohio Light Art. 1863-66; supt 
schools Amer. Miss'y Assoc. Washington, D.C. 1866-67; p. 
Harpersfield, N.Y. 1867-71; New Haven 1871-72; Black Creek 
1873-74; Second ch. Crown Point 1874-77; Lisle 1877-79; Barry- 
ville and Eldred 1879-80 ; Millerton 1880-81 ; h.m. Colfax, Wash. 
1881-83; Etna Springs, Cal. from 1883; d. Mar. 21, 1884. 

Abel Kingman Packard b. North Bridgewater (now Brockton), 
Mass. Mar. 19, 1823; PA.; Amh. 1845; res. lie. 1852; ord. Dec. 16, 
1851; p. First ch. Yarmouth, Mass. 1851-59; St. Anthony, Minn. 
1859-60; Anoka 1860-74; Greeley, Col. 1874-82 and w.c. 1888-90; 
p. Highland Lake 1884-88; Lafayette 1891-93; w.c. Greeley, Col. 
1895-1901; San Diego, Cal. from 1901; d. Aug. 16, 1903. 

Charles Henry Peirce b. Peru, Mass. Nov. 29, 1822; Ober. 1845; 
ord. Oct. 9, 1850; p. West ch. Andover, Mass. 1850-55; Kewanee, 
111. 1855-58; Neponset 1858-60; Knoxville 1860-61 and teacher; 
p. Millbury, Mass. from 1861; d. Oct. 5, 1865. 

Albert Perry b. Rindge, N.H. Dec. 17, 1820; ord. Jan. 8, 1851; p. 
Stoughton, Mass. 1851-55; w.c. New Ipswich, N.H. from 1855; 
d. June 17, 1862. 

Timothy Stowe b. Dedham, Mass. Sept. 6, 1824; P. A; Amh. 1847; 
res. lie. 1851; ord. Apr. 11, 1854; p. Pacific ch. New Bedford from 
1852; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1864; d. Aug. 12, 1866. 

John Riddle Upton b. Wilmot, N.H. Oct. 4, 1819; Amh. 1847; h.m. 
Me. 1850-51; ord. Wilmot, N.H. Apr. 22, 1851; h.m. Io. 1851-55; 
res. Moretown, Vt. 1855-57, occas. preaching; p. Wolf Creek 
(now Buckingham), Io. 1857-59; Monona 1860-69; h.m. Lake- 
ville 1869-80; w.c. Sibley, Io. Platteville, 111., Pekin 1883-90; 
Escondido, Cal. from 1890; d. Apr. 4, 1898. 

Joshua Wyman Wellman b. Cornish, N.H. Nov. 28, 1821; Dart. 
1846; res. lie. 1851; ord. June 18, 1851; p. First ch. (East) Derry 



244 ALUMXI 1850 

1851-56; Eliot ch. Newton. Mass. 1S56-73; Maiden 1874-83 and 
w.e. from 1883; trustee P.A. (and And. Sem.). D.D. Olivet 
Dart. 183 Address 117 Summer St. Maiden, II 

>'0>"-GRADUATES 

Thomas Pro vine Calhoun (1847-49) b. near Lebanon, Term. 1823; 
Miami 1844; Cumb. Univ. Tenn.; ord. (Cumb. Presb.) ; prin. 
Ocoee Sem. Tenn. and preacher 1850-53; teacher Pikeville 1853- 
55; eor. sec. and gen. agt Board of For. and Dom. Missions 
Lebanon 1855-56; preached St. Cloud, Minn, from 1856; d. by 
accident Feb. 23, 1859. 

Warren Fales Draper (1847-48) b. Dedham. Mass. Dec. 12, 1818; 
P.A. ; Amh. 1S47; bookseller and publisher Andover from 1849; 
pub. many theological works by Seminary professors and eminent 
British commentators, also Bibliotheca Sacra 1850-84 and pre- 
pared index vols. 1-30; trustee Abbot Acad, from 1S6S. treas. 
—1901 and liberal benefactor; donor of funds for Seminary, 
P.A. and Andover public schools; d. Jan. 8, 1905. 

Henry Luther Edwards (1847-49) b. Southampton. Mass. Jan 

1822; Amh. 1S47 and tutor 1849^52: teacher Classical Inst. 
Northampton 1852-54; ord. July 12. 1S57; p. South Abington 
(now Whitman) 1855-67; North Middleboro 1- ;pt schools 

\ ithampton 1873-76 and in business after; d. Feb. 23, 1903. 

Donatus Merrill (1848-49) b. Kittery. Me. Mar. 7. 1824; Bowd. 
1846; Bangor Sem. 1S50; h.m. Me. 1S50-51; Arcadia. Mo. 1851- 
ord. July 20. 1853; p. Woodburn, 111. from 1S52; d. Aus. 17. 
1853. 

Charles Temple (1848-49) b. Yaletta. Malta July 10, 1824; Amh. 
1845; Bangor Sem. 1850; h.m. Me. 1S50-51; ord. Oct. 1851; p. 
st Unity If Indep. ch. (Monticello Sem.) Godfrey. HI. 

1852-54: Vermontville. Mich. 1854-61; Otsego 1862-65 and 
teacher 1866-92; res. Traverse City from 1892; trustee Olivet; 
d. M 29, 190ft Bon of Daniel Temple, class of 1820. 

Ambrose Tower Tillson (1847-50) b. Cummington, Mass. June 16. 
. Wins. 1845; d. Cummington, while a member of Seminary, 
Mar. 6. 1850. 

smran licentiates 

Henry Isaac Coe b. Indianapolis, Ind. Apr. 6. 1S26 ; Brown I B 
Princ. Sem. 1847-49; ord. (Presb.) Sept. 1S50; h.m. Indianapolis. 
Ind. 1850-52; p. South ch. Galena. 111. 1852 Board of 

Ch. Extension 1855-69; re^ - Stand 1870-76; 

31 L lis 187( -89; K.Y. City 1889- Salem, Mo. 180 

res. Sullivan 1S97-99: Rollafrom I Address Rolla. Mo. 



• ALUMNI 1851 245 

Thomas Edwin Foster Class of 1848. 

Henry Solomon Greene Class of 1837. 

Joshua Huntington Class of 1849. 

John Edward Bullard Jewett Class of 1849. 

John Lawrence Class of 1843. 

Charles Eliphalet Lord b. Portsmouth, N.H. Feb. 11, 1817; P.A.; 
Dart. 1838; Union Sem. 1839-41; Yale Sem. 1841-42; Auburn 
Sem. 1842-43; Bangor Sem. (1843); ord. (Presb.) Jonesville, 
Mich. May 8, 1844; p. Niles 1844-47; Evansville, Ind. 1848-49; 
(Cong.) Stratham, N.H. 1850-51; South Newmarket (now New- 
fields) 1851-52; Westbrook, Me. 1852-53; Cape Elizabeth 1853- 
56; Mont Vernon, N.H. 1857-61; Easton, Mass. 1863-67; Chester, 
Vt. 1867-69; (Presb.) Beverly, N.J. 1869-70; prof. Nat. and Rev. 
Theol. Talmage's Lay Coll. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1873-84; res. New- 
buryport, Mass. from 1884; founded Hope Chapel, Salisbury 
Beach and p. from 1889 ; teacher Ch. Hist. Lay Coll. Revere 1891- 
95; d. Newburvport Feb. 19, 1902. D.D. Wesl. Univ. East Tenn. 
1873. 

Charles Henry Marshall b. Dunbarton, N.H. Mar. 11, 1823; Wabash 
1844; Lane Sem. 1848; ord. June, 1849; p. (Presb.) Lafayette, 
Ind. 1852-56; Hudson, Wis. 1859; Jacksonville, 111. 1860-63; 
Fourth Presb. ch. Indianapolis, Ind. 1864-70; d. Jan. 27, 1872. 

John Oliver Means Class of 1849. 

George Harrison Newhall (1848-50) Class of 1848. 

Richard Osborne Class of 1849. 

William Charles Whitcomb (1847-50) b. Marlboro, N.H. Feb. 9, 
1820; Gilmanton (N.H.) Sem. 1847; ord. May 1, 1851; p. Stone- 
ham, Mass. 1851-54; Union ch. Globe Village, Southbridge 1855- 
57; (Cong.) North Carver 1857-60; Lynnfield Centre 1861-62; 
hospital chap. Newbern, N.C. from 1862 ; d. Morehead City Oct. 29, 
1864. 

Isaac Cushing White Class of 1849. 

William Withington Class of 1824. 



1851 

GRADUATES 

George Athearn Adams b. West Tisbury, Mass. Dec. 21. 1821; 
Ober. 1847; ord. Bowling Green, Ind. Dec. 19, 1852; p. Rockville 
1852-^55; Willoughby, O. 1855-56; Perrysburg from 1856; chap. 
11th Ohio Cav. Fort Laramie, Wyo. 1863-64; d. Dec. 25, 1903. 



246 ALUMNI 1851 * 

Thomas Eliakim Bliss b. Brimfield, Mass. Nov. 25, 1824; Union 
1848; ord. June 2, 1852; p. North Middleboro, Mass. 1852-55; 
Blackstone 1855-61; Hancock, Mich. 1862-63; agt Amer. H.M. 
Soc. Mo. 1863-64; Union ch. Memphis, Tenn. 1864-70; Denver, 
Col. 1871-73, St. Paul's Presb. ch. 1873-80 and res. there after, 
sup. Littleton, Fort Collins, Harris, Val Verde 1892-1900. 

Address 3395 Hayward Place, Denver, Col. 

Thomas Scott Bradley b. Lee, Mass. Apr. 15, 1825; Wms. 1848; 
Theol. Sem. Ct. 1848-50; Auburn Sem. 1850-51; a.p. Lanesboro, 
Mass. Cornwall, Ct. 1851-52; ord. July 6, 1853; p. Wilton 1853- 
57 ; prin. high sch. South Norwalk 1858-61 ; p. New Lebanon, N.Y. 
1861-62; capt. 9th Co. 1st Battalion N.Y. Sharpshooters from 
1862; d. Philadelphia, Pa. June 28, 1863. 

Justin Edwards Burbank b. Washington, N.H. Mar. 18, 1825; P. A.; 
Dart. 1848; res. lie. 1852; teaching and preaching in N.H. ; ord. 
Apr. 13, 1858; h.m. Carimona, Minn, and Preston 1857-62 and 
ed. Preston Republican 1861-65; p. Mazeppa 1868; Quincy 1869- 
70; Nelson, N.H. 1871-72; newspaper work Hartford, Ct. 1872-81 
and Concord, N.H. 1881-91; ed. Relig. Herald Hartford, Ct. 
1891-95; res. Washington, N.H. from 1895; d. Nov. 4, 1897. 

David Burt b. Monson, Mass. Aug. 2, 1822; P. A.; Wesl. Univ.; Ober. 
1848; res. lie. 1852; ord. Nov. 5, 1851; p. Raymond, N.H. 1851-55; 
Rutland, Mass. 1856-58; Winona, Minn. 1858-66; supt schools 
Freedmen's Bureau Nashville, Tenn. 1866-68; supt schools Winona 
Co. Minn. 1870-75; state supt Pub. Instruction from 1875, res. 
Northfield; d. Sept. 23, 1881. 

Lucian West Chaney b. Barnard, Vt. Oct. 16, 1822; Univ. Vt. 1844; 
res. lie. 1852; ord. Dec. 29, 1852; p. Heuvelton, N.Y. 1852-58, also 
Rensselaer Falls 1855-58; Pulaski 1858-64; Rutland 1864-72; 
Mankato, Minn. 1872-81; Waseca 1881-85; Granite Falls 1885- 
89; Morristown 1889-91; Medford 1891-93; w.c. Northfield 1893- 
94; Dundas from 1894; d. Jan. 13, 1900. 

Samuel Emerson b. Norfolk, Ct. May 9, 1827; P. A.; Yale 1848; res. 
lie. 1852 and 1879 ; a.p. Genesee, Wis. 1853-54 ; teacher Joliet, 111. ; 
Flushing, N.Y. 1855; miss'y Amer. S.S. Union in Va. 1856; 
teacher near Natural Bridge 1856-57; Pocahontas 1857-58 ; Warm 
Springs 1859-60; Franklin 1860-61; prin. Shemariah Classical 
Sch. Augusta Co. 1861-65; res. Charlottesville near Univ. Va. 
from 1865; pub. books on mathematics and left others in manu- 
script; d. Jan. 18, 1908. Son of Ralph Emerson, class of 1814 
and professor. 

George Park Fisher b. Wrentham, Mass. Aug. 10, 1827; Brown 1847; 
Yale Sem. 1849-50; res. lie. And. Sem. 1852; stud, in Germany; 
ord. Oct. 24, 1854; prof. Div. Yale and college pastor 1854-61, 
prof. Eccl. Hist. Yale Sem. 1861-1901 and emer.; author. D.D. 



ALUMNI 1851 247 

Brown 1866, Harv. and Univ. Edinburgh 1886, N.J. Coll. 1896; 
LL.D. N.J. Coll. 1879, Yale 1901. Address New Haven, Ct. 

William Brooks Greene b. Nantucket, Mass. Nov. 8, 1823; Yale 
1845; Union Sem. 1848-49; Yale Sem. 1849-50; res. lie. And. Sem. 
1852; a.p. Sterling, Mass. 1852-53; ord. Nov. 15, 1855; p. Water- 
ville, Me. 1855-58; Needham, Mass. 1859-73, w.c. 1879-80, p. 
1880-81, w.c. 1881-82; p. Scituate 1873-79; Dighton 1882-87; 
w.c. Needham from 1887; d. Sept. 11, 1895. 

Henry Hamilton Hadley b. Fairfield, N.Y. July 19, 1826; Yale 1847, 
res. grad. 1847-^8 and tutor 1851-52; Yale Sem. 1849-50 and 
res. lie. 1855-58; instructor Sac. Lit. Union Sem. from 1858, also 
prof. Sac. Lit. Yale Sem. 1861-62; U.S. San. Com. City Point, Va. 
1864; d. Washington, D.C. on his way home Aug. 1, 1864. 

John Gardner Hale b. Chelsea, Vt. Sept. 12, 1824; Univ. Vt. 1845; 
ord. Chelsea Sept. 30, 1852; h.m. Grass Valley, Cal. 1853-57; p. 
Lyndon, Vt. 1857-59; East Poultney 1860-69; Chester 1869-76; 
Stowe 1877-81; Second ch. San Bernardino (now First ch. Red- 
lands), Cal. 1881-85; prin. Bellevue Acad. Lugonia (now Redlands) 
1886-89 and res. there after; d. Mar. 23, 1892. 

George William Harlan b. near Cadiz, Ky. Sept. 7, 1824; 111. Coll. 
1846 and tutor 1846-48; a.p. (Presb.) Carrollton, Mo., Brazeau 
1852-54; ord. Apr. 20, 1856; h.m. p. Osceola 1854-58 and teacher 
1858-59; Pleasant Hill Acad. 1860-63; prin. Elmwood Acad. 
Farmington 1865-68, p. 1867-82 and res. there after; p. Clark's 
Creek 1885-92 f Syenite 1892-1902. Address Farmington, Mo. 

Charles Hutchinson b. Norwich, Vt. July 15, 1820; Dart. 1848; 
Lane Sem. 1848-50; h.m. Ind. 1851-53; ord. May 14, 1854; p. 
Third Presb. ch. New Albany, Ind. 1853-1900 and emer. ; trustee 
Wabash and Danville Sem. Ky. ; d. May 16, 1903. D.D. Hanover 
Coll. Ind. 1873. 

Nathaniel Alden Hyde b. Stafford, Ct. May 10, 1827; Yale 1847; 
a.p. Central Village, Plainfield 1851-52; Rockville 1852-53; asst 
sec. Children's Aid Soc. N.Y. City 1854-56; a.p. Deep River, Ct. 
1856-57; ord. Dec. 23, 1857; p. Columbus, O. 1857-58; Plymouth 
ch. Indianapolis, Ind. 1858-67, supt Amer. H.M. Soc. for Ind. 
1867-73, p. Mayflower ch. 1873-88 and emer.; sec. Cong. Assoc. 
Ind. 1858-1901; trustee Wabash and Chic. Sem.; d. Ludlow, Vt. 
July 19, 1901. D.D. Marietta 1876. 

Israel Hall Levings b. Fairfax, Vt. June 13, 1818; Univ. Vt. 1848; 
res. lie. 1852; ord. Madrid, N.Y. Mar. 3, 1858, p. 1865-66; Frank- 
lin, Vt. 1866-67; d. Madrid, N.Y. July 20, 1871. 

Edward Goddard Miner b. Roxbury, Mass. Sept. 21, 1824; P.A.; 
Harv. 1847; ord. Feb. 12, 1852; p. Prairie du Sac, Wis. 1851-54; 
Geneva 1855-56; Whitewater 1858-66; instructor Rhet. and 



248 ALUMNI 1851 

Eng. Lit. Beloit 1866-67; p. (Presb.) Geneva, Wis. from 1867; 
d. July 4, 1875. 

Daniel Temple Noyes b. Boston Apr. 20, 1824; P.A.; teacher Music 
P.A. 1842-43; Yale 1847; Union Sem. 1848-49; ord. Feb. 16, 1853; 
p. Village ch. Dorchester, Mass. 1853-55; Prairie du Sac, Wis. 
1855-58; Spring Green 1858-61; Lt. 6th Wis. Battery from 1861; 
killed in battle, Corinth, Miss. Oct. 4, 1862. Son of Daniel Noyes, 
trustee. 

George Pierson b. Cedarville, N.J. May 10, 1826; 111. Coll. 1848; 
ord. Jacksonville, 111. Nov. 9, 1851; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Choc- 
taws 1852--55; Micronesia 1855-60; p. (Presb.) Brooklyn, Cal. 
1862-69; Adel, Io. 1871-75; Solomon, Kan. 1876-84; Henrietta, 
Tex. from 1884; d. Feb. 1, 1895. 

Henry Martyn Storrs b. Ravenna, 0. Jan. 20, 1827; Amh. 1846; 
res. lie. 1852; ord. Jan. 15, 1852; p. Lawrence St. ch. Lawrence, 
Mass. 1852-55; First Cong. ch. Cincinnati, O. 1855-67; South ch. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 1867-72; sec. Amer. H.M. Soc. N.Y. City 1872- 
82; p. First Presb. ch. Orange, N.J. from 1882; trustee Marietta; 
d. Dec. 1, 1894. D.D. West. Res. 1864 and LL.D. 1888. Son of 
Charles Backus Storrs, class of 1820. 

Edwin Teele b. Charlestown, Mass. Dec. 7, 1820; P.A.; Harv. 1848; 
res. lie. 1852; ord. Thetford, Vt. Oct. 20, 1852; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
to Cherokees 1852-54; w.c. 1854-61; p. Bristol Centre, Minn. 
1861-63 and w.c. 1864-69; p. Saratoga, Io. 1863-64; teacher 
Florence; d. Florenceville Nov. 24, 1873. • 

James Aikman Veale b. Daviess Co. Ind. Nov. 22, 1819; Wabash 
1847; Lane Sem. 1848-50; teacher Batavia, 0.; a.p. Darrtown 
1852-54; ord. Apr. 1856; p. (Presb.) Pisgah, Ind. and Concord 
1854-58; Huntington 1859-65; White Lake, Mich. 1865-67; 
Topeka, Kan. from 1869; d. Jan. 1, 1871. 

Luther Rice White b. Northbridge, Mass. Mar. 16, 1816; P.A.; 
Amh. 1848; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1849-^50; ord. Northbridge Oct. 19, 
1851; h.m. Le Claire, Io. 1851-55; teacher Port Byron, 111.; p. 
Brighton and Glasgow, Io. from 1857; d. May 30, 1858. 

Henry Wickes b. Jamaica, N.Y. Feb. 11, 1821; Marietta 1848; Yale 
Sem. 1848-50; res. lie. And. Sem. 1852; ord. June 16, 1852; p. 
Princeton, Mass. 1852-55; Guilford, Ct. 1856-58; Deep River 
1858-69; (Presb.) Brighton, N.Y. 1869-74; Alden 1877-80; res. 
Rochester 1874^77 and from 1880, sup. various churches; d. 
Mar. 23, 1897. 

Giles Buckingham Willcox b. N.Y. City Aug. 7, 1826; Yale 1848; 
Union Sem. 1848-49; Yale Sem. 1849-50; res. lie. And. Sem. 1853; 
ord. June 15, 1853 ; p. Fitchburg, Mass. 1853-56 ; Lawrence St. ch. 
Lawrence 1856-59; Second ch. New London, Ct. 1859-69; Jersey 



ALUMNI 1851 249 

City, N.J. 1869-74; Stamford, Ct. 1875-79; prof. Past'l Theol. 
and Special Studies Chic. Sem. 1879-1904 and emer. D.D. N.Y. 
Univ. 1881. Address 512 Washington Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Frederick Humphrey Brewster (1850-51) b. Waterloo, N.Y. Feb. 20, 
1822; Wms. 1846; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1851; ord. Enfield, Ct. Feb. 25, 
1852; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Canton, China from 1852; d. Jan. 29, 
1853. 

Ira Case (1848-49) b. Chelsea, Vt. Aug. 11, 1820; Midd. 1844-47; 
Amh. 1848; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1851; a.p. Chester, Mass. 1851-52; 
ord. Nov. 30, 1852; p. Orford, N.H. 1852-54; Underhill, Vt. 1855- 
57; Croydon, N.H. 1857-58; Grantham 1858-60; in business 
Providence, R.I. 1860-72; res. North Scituate 1872-93, teaching 
and preaching (Bapt.) 1872-75, farmer after; Olneyville from 
1893; d. Mar. 6, 1899. 

William Mellen Chamberlain (1845-46, 1848-49) b. Hanover, N.H. 
Oct. 10, 1826; Dart. 1845; teacher Randolph, Vt. 1846-47; 
St. Mary's Parish, La. 1847-48; stud. med. Dart, and N.Y. City; 
physician Deer Is. Hospital Boston 1851 ; Blackwell 's Is. Hospital 
N.Y. City 1851-52; Astoria 1853-59; brigade surgeon U.S.A. 
1861; U.S. San. Com. Army of Potomac 1861-62; physician N.Y. 
City from 1863; lecturer N.Y. Med. Coll. 1863; prof. Starling 
Med. Coll. O. 1874-75; d. Summit, N.J. Oct. 31, 1887. M.D. Dart. 
1853. 

Charles Whitefield Homer (1848-50) b. Boston Jan. 22, 1828; Harv. 
1847; ord. (Epis.) deacon Sept. 30, 1851; priest Nov. 1, 1852; 
r. Grace ch. New Bedford 1852-54; miss'y Newark, N.Y.; r. 
St. John's ch. Lowell, Mass. 1861-62; chap. 16th Mass. Vols. 
1863; r. St. James's ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1868-1902 and emer.; 
d. Como, N.J. Apr. 5, 1905. D.D. Western Univ. Pa. 1899. 

Leonard Humphrey (1848-49) b. Weymouth, Mass. Jan. 19, 1824; 
PA.; Amh. 1846 and tutor 1849-^50; d. Weymouth Nov. 30, 1850. 

Thomas Colton Parmelee Hyde (1848-50) b. Bolton, Ct. Oct. 28, 
1825; PA.; Wms. 1848; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1853; prin. acad. 
Spencertown, N.Y. 1853-55; res. Kan. 1855-59, for a time in 
evang. work among Pottawatomies ; res. Andover, Ct. from 1859; 
ed. revised ed'n Village Hymns; d. Oct. 26, 1900. Son of Lavius 
Hyde, class of 1816. 

Samuel Fisher Miller (1848-49) b. Heath, Mass. Oct. 5, 1822; Amh. 
1848 ; civil eng. Hoosac Tunnel and on Western railroads ; teacher 
Lake Forest (111.) Acad. 1859-62; Chicago High Sch. 1867-68; 
prof. Math, and Civil Engineering Mass. Agric. Coll. from 1868; 
d. Amherst, Mass. Oct. 28, 1870. 



250 ALUMNI 1851 

Charles Frederick Mussey (1849-50) b. Hanover, N.H. Jan. 26, 
1826; Dart. 1848; Lane Sem. 1848-49; Union Sem. 1852; stud. 
Halle, Ger. 1852-53; ord. (Presb.) Mar. 26, 1854; p. McConnels- 
ville, 0. 1854-55; Westfield, N.Y. 1855-61; Batavia 1861-69; 
Blue Rapids, Kan. 1869-76; agt Highland Univ. Kan. 1876-77; 
p. Leavenworth 1878-80; Westwood ch. Cincinnati, 0. 1881-99; 
w.c. Denver, Col. from 1899; d. Apr. 2, 1903. D.D. Highland 
Univ. Kan. 1875. 

Horace Norton (1849-51) b. Decatur, O. Aug. 13, 1821; Marietta 
1847 and tutor 1851-53 ; teacher Ohio and 111. ; h.m. Bloomington, 
Kan.; in business Cincinnati, O. 1862-82; res. Marietta from 
1885; d. Aug. 23, 1892. 

Edward Frederick Ross (1848-50) b. N.Y. City Feb. 12, 1826; Union 
1848; Union Sem. 1851; ord. Sept. 26, 1851; p. Morrisania 1851- 
54; w.c. Poughkeepsie from 1854; d. Pleasant Valley Feb. 22, 
1855. 

Ransom Bethune Welch (1848-50) b. Greenville, N.Y. Jan. 27, 
1824; Union 1846; Auburn Sem. 1852; colporteur Amer. Tract. 
Soc. in South 1853-54; ord. by Classis of Schoharie (N.Y.) Jan. 9, 
1855; p. (Ref. Dutch) Gilboa 1854-56; Catskill 1856-59; res. 
Clifton Park 1861-66; prof. Logic, Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Union 
1866-76; prof. Chr. Theol. Auburn Sem. from 1876; assoc. ed. 
Presb. Review arid Presb. and Reformed Review; author of 
theological books; d. June 29, 1890. D.D. Rutgers and N.Y. Univ. 
1868; LL.D. Maryville Coll. Tenn. 1872. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

George Moulton Adams Class of 1850. 

Richard Salter Billings Class of 1850. 

Silas Morrison Blanchard Class of 1849. 

Henry Cummings Class of 1850. 

William Hinman Gilbert Class of 1845. 

Allyn Stanley Kellogg b. Vernon, Ct. Oct. 15, 1824; Wms. 1846; 
Yale Sem. 1850; a.p. (Presb.) Hagaman's Mills, N.Y. 1852-53; 
(Cong.) Chandlerville, 111. 1856-57; lit. work Vernon, Ct. 1857- 
74; Hartford from 1874; d. Newtonville, Mass. Apr. 3, 1893. 

Timothy Stowe Abbot Resident. Class of 1850. 

Joshua Wyman Wellman Abbot Resident. Class of 1850. 

Orlando Henry White b. Livermore Falls, Me. Jan. 9, 1820; Bowd. 
1842-44; Amh. 1846; Bangor Sem. 1849; ord. Aug. 21, 1851; 
clerk for secretaries A.B.C.F.M. Boston 1849-50; ord. Aug. 21, 
1851; p. Westminster 1851-54; Washington Heights, N.Y. City 
1854-58; Centre ch. Meriden, Ct. 1858-63; Orleans, Mass. 1863- 



ALUMNI 1852 251 

66; Howard Ave. Sk. New Haven, Ct. 1866-75; sec. Freedmen's 
Missions Aid Soc. London, Eng. 1875-81; p. Middlebury, Vt. 
1887-88; Essex Junction and Winooski 1888-90; d. Stratford, Ct. 
Jan. 8, 1892. D.D. Adrian Coll. Mich. 1870. 

Eliphalet Whittlesey b. New Britain, Ct. May 14, 1821; Yale 1842; 
Yale Sem. 1850; ord. Oct. 1, 1851; p. Central ch. Bath, Me. 1851- 
61; prof. Rhet. and Orat. Bowd. 1861-65; chap. 19th Me. Vols. 
1862; Capt., Maj., Col. U.S.C.T. 1862-65, Bvt. Brig. Gen. 1865; 
asst com'r Freedmen's Bureau for N.C. 1865, Adj. Gen. 1867-72-; 
prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Howard Univ. Washington, D.C. 1868- 
73; sec. U.S. Board Indian Com'rs 1874-1900. D.D. Howard 
Univ. 1882; LL.D. Yale 1892. 

Address 1429 N.Y. Ave. N.W. Washington, D.C. 

Philo Beckwith Wilcox Class of 1849. 



1852 

GRADUATES 

Henry Allen b. Lebanon, N.H. Sept. 6, 1822; Dart. 1849; ord. Sept. 
30, 1852; p. Wayland, Mass. 1852-57; Saxonville 1857-59; Milo, 
111. 1859-62; physician Beaver Dam, Wis.; Hartland; Charleston, 
Neb.; Odell; said to have died "several years ago." M.D. 
Rush Med. Coll. 1865. 

Joshua James Blaisdell b. Canaan, N.H. Feb. 8, 1827; Dart. 1846; 
res. lie. 1853; ord. Feb. 27, 1853; p. Third Presb. ch. Cincinnati, 
O. 1853-59 ; prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Beloit 1859-64, prof. Ment. 
and Mor. Phil, from 1864; chap. .40th Wis. Vols. 1864; trustee 
Downer Coll. Wis. and Lane Sem. ; d. Kenosha, Wis. Oct. 10, 1896. 
D.D. Dart, and Knox 1873. 

Edmund Harvey Blanchard b. Greensboro, Vt. Jan. 16, 1821; Midd. 
1848; res. lie. 1853; a.p. Epsom, N.H. 1854r-55; Ludlow, Vt. 1857; 
Chiltonville, Plymouth, Mass. 1857-58; ord. Apr. 25, 1860; p. 
Warwick 1860-68; in business Bloomington, 111. 1868-87 and res. 
there after; d. Oct. 22, 1891. 

George Nye Boardman b. Pittsford, Vt. Dec. 23, 1825; Midd. 1847 
and tutor 1847-49; res. lie. 1853; ord. Cornwall Oct. 12, 1854; 
prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Midd. 1853-59; p. (Presb.) Binghamton, 
N.Y. 1859-71; prof. Sys. Theol. Chic. Sem. 1871-93 and emer.; 
res. Pittsford, Vt. (in summer) and N.Y. City from 1893; trustee 
Midd. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1867; LL.D. Lafayette 1889. 

Address Pittsford, Vt.; 18 W. 55th St. N.Y. City. 

Henry Kinsman Craig b. Augusta, Me. May 29, 1826; Bowd. 1844 
and tutor 1847-49; Bangor Sem. 1844^45; res. lie. And. Sem. 
1854 and 1868; ord. Jan. 24, 1855; p. Bucksport, Me. 1855-66; 



252 ALUMNI 1852 

Lake City, Minn. 1867; p. Norton, Mass. 1868-70; First ch. Fal- 
mouth 1871-88 and res. there after, p. East Falmouth and 
Waquoit 1893-97; overseer Bowd.; d. Feb. 11, 1902. 

Obed Dickinson b. Amherst, Mass. June 15, 1818; Marietta 1849; 
ord. West ch. Andover, Mass. Sept. 2, 1852; h.m. p. Salem, Ore. 
1853-67 and in business from 1867 ; trustee Willamette Univ. Ore. 
and Pacif. Univ. Ore.; d. Nov. 27, 1892. 

Wilson Amos Farnsworth b. Greene, N.Y. Aug. 29, 1822; Midd. 
1848; ord. Thetford, Vt. Oct. 21, 1852; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Cesa- 
rea, Turkey 1852-1903; res. N.Y. City 1903-07; Glen Ridge, N.J. 
from 1907. D.D. Midd. 1877. 

Address 21 Lincoln St. Glen Ridge, N.J. 

Charles Patterson Felch b. Limerick, Me. Aug. 5, 1822; Univ. Mich. 
1849; res. lie. 1853; a.p. Houlton, Me. 1853-54; ord. Apr. 30, 
1857; p. Amboy, 111. 1857-59; Naperville 1860-64; (Presb.) Lacon 
1864-65 ; Danville 1866-68 ; in business Aurora 1868-75 ; Chicago 
from 1875; d. Aug. 1, 1892. 

Simon James Humphrey b. Derry, N.H. Dec. 31, 1820; Bowd. 1848; 
a.p. Mather Society (now Central ch.) Jamaica Plain, Mass. 1852- 
53; ord. June 8, 1854; p. Second Presb. ch. Newark, O. 1854-61; 
First Cong. ch. Beloit, Wis. 1861-64; dist. sec. A.B.C.F.M. for 
the Interior 1864-91; res. Oak Park, 111. 1864-1900; Clifton 
Springs, N.Y. from 1900; pub. valuable sketches of missions of 
A.B.C.F.M.; d. Apr. 22, 1906. D.D. Beloit 1879. 

Sylvanus Cobb Kendall b. Searsmont, Me. Nov. 23, 1824; Waterville 
1845-46; Amh. 1849; res. lie. 1853; ord. Mar. 29, 1854; p. Web- 
ster, Mass. 1854-57 and 1860-68; Milford, N.H. 1858-60; Milford, 
Mass. 1868-72; Winthrop ch. Holbrook 1872-73; w.c. Lancaster 
1874-76; p. Williamsburg 1876-78; Leominster 1878-79; Elling- 
ton, Ct. 1881-86; Dudley, Mass. 1887-89; w.c. Bradford 1889-92; 
Townsend from 1892; d. Oct. 12, 1895. 

Cephas Augustus Leach b. Pittsf ord, Vt. Jan. 24, 1823 ; Midd. 1846 ; 
res. lie. 1853 and 1872; a.p. Granby, Mass. 1853; Detroit, Mich. 
1854; ord. Jan. 7, 1855; p. (Presb.) Carlinville, 111. 1854-56; 
(Cong.) Payson 1856-66; Brimfield 1866-68; res. lie. 1872; w.c. 
Sedalia, Mo. 1873-84 and 1886; d. Eldon Jan. 16, 1887. 

John Quincy Peabody b. Ipswich, Mass. July 28, 1825; Amh. 1848; 
res. lie. 1853; h.m. Sedgwick, Me. 1853; a.p. North Beverly, Mass. 
1853-55; Topsham, Me. 1855-56; ord. Dec. 17, 1856; p. Fryeburg 
1856-59; w.c. Ipswich, Mass. from 1859; d. Nov. 6, 1895. 

Joseph Dexter Poland b. North Brookfield, Mass. Sept. 14, 1828; 
Amh. 1849; res. lie. 1853; d. North Brookfield Aug. 1, 1853. 

Alonzo Hall Quint b. Barnstead, N.H. Mar. 22, 1828; Dart. 1846; 
res. lie. 1853; ord. Dec. 27, 1853; p. Central ch. Jamaica Plain, 



ALUMNI 1852 253 

Mass. 1853-63; chap. 2d Mass. Vols. 1861-64; p. North ch. New 
Bedford 1864—75 ; one of editors Cong. Quarterly 1859-75 ; res. 
Dover, N.H. 1875-93; p. Broadway ch. Somerville, Mass. 1881-84; 
acting prof. Sac. Lit. Auburn Sem. 1890-91; res. West Roxbury, 
Mass. from 1893; lecturer on Homiletics And. Sem. 1893-95; 
statistical sec. Mass. Gen. Assoc. 1856-81 and mod. 1866, 1882 
and 1890; sec. Nat'l Cong. Council 1871-83 and mod. 1892; ed. 
Cong. Year-Book 1879-83; one of compilers general catalogue 
And. Sem. 1880; representative, N.H. ; trustee Dart.; visitor 
And. Sem. ; d. West Roxbury Nov. 4, 1896. D.D. Dart. 1866. 

William Ladd Ropes b. Newton, Mass. July 19, 1825; Harv. 1846; 
ord. Sept. 14, 1853; p. Wrentham, Mass. 1853-62; Crombie St. 
ch. Salem 1862-63; South Hadley, Mass. and Windsor Locks, 
Ct. 1865-66; lib'n And. Sem. 1866-1905 and emer. 

Address Andover, Mass. 

Edwin Smith Skinner b. Prattsburg, N.Y. July 14, 1824; Ober. 
1849; ord. May 19, 1853; p. South Wilbraham, Mass. 1852-55; 
dist. sec. S.S. Union 1856-57; in business Lee 1858-62; Chicago, 
111. 1862-69; finan. sec. Lake Forest Univ. 1869-70; in U.S. 
Customs service Chicago 1871-76 and in business 1882-1903, res. 
Lake Forest 1869-1903; Chicago from 1903. 

Address 7233 Harvard Ave. Chicago, 111. 

James Wright Stone b. Fitzwilliam, N.H. Dec. 29, 1815; Dart. 
1845 ; teacher Nashua ; Milf ord ; Pepperell, Mass. 1848^9 ; d. 
Fitzwilliam, N.H. Dec. 15, 1854. 

Samuel Howe Tolman b. Dunstable, Mass. Aug. 21, 1826; Dart. 
1848; city miss'y Bath, Me. 1854-56; ord. Aug. 14, 1856; p. 
Wilmington, Mass. 1856-70; Lenox 1872-73; d. Nelson, N.H. 
Oct. 6, 1873. 

Augustus Walker b. Medway, Mass. Oct. 30, 1822; Yale 1849; 
Bangor Sem. 1849-50; ord. East Medway, Mass. Oct. 13, 1852; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Diarbekir, Turkey from 1852; d. Sept. 13, 
1866. 

Warren Weaver Winchester b. Madrid, N.Y. Apr. 22, 1823; Midd. 
1847; res. lie. 1853; ord. Mar. 23, 1854; p. Clinton, Mass. 1854- 
62; hospital chap. Washington, D.C. 1862-65; p. Bridport, Vt. 
1867-81; North Pownal 1883-84, Mt. Dora, Fla. 1884-85; White 
Oaks ch. Williamstown, Mass. 1885-88 and res. there after; 
d. Aug. 4, 1889. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Henry Blodget (1849-50) b. Bucksport, Me. July 13, 1825; Yale 
1848 and tutor 1850-53; Bangor Sem. 1848-49; Yale Sem. 1852; 
ord. Bucksport Jan. 25, 1854; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Shanghai, 
China 1854-60; Tientsin 1860-64; Peking 1864r-94; res. Bridge- 



254 ALUMNI 18 

port, Ct. from 1894; one of translators of New Test, into Man- 
darin; translated books and hymns into Chinese; Hyde lecturer 
on For. Missions And. Sem. 1895-96; d. May 24, i903. D.D. 
Yale 183 

Edwin Augustus Buck (1850-51) b. Bucksport, Me. May 31, > 
PA.; Yale 1849; Bangor Sem. 1852; a.p. Pownal. Me. 1852-54; 
ord. May 31. 1S54; p. First ch. Bethel 1854-59; Slatersville, R.I. 
1859-67; city miss'y, later miss'y of Central ch. Fall River, 
Mass. 1867-99 and emer. ; sec. Children's Friend Soc. ; started 
Boys' Club 1890 and pres. of directors; d. Mar. 8, 1903. 

Nathaniel George Clark (1848-49, 1850-51) b. Calais, Yt. Jan. 18, 
1S25; Univ. Yt. 1845 and tutor 1849-50; Auburn Sem. 1852; 
stud. Halle 1852; prof. Eng. Lit. Univ. Yt. 1852-57, prof. Eng. 
Lit and Latin 1857-63, also lib'n 1853-63; ord. Oct. 13, 1857; 
prof. Logic, Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Union 1863-65; asst sec. 
A.B.C.F.M. 1865-66, for. sec. 1866-94; trustee Mt. Holyoke and 
Welleslev; d. West Roxbury Jan. 3, 1896. D.D. Union 1865; 
LL.D. Univ. Vt 1875. 

John Coombs (1849-50) res. stu. b. Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 11, 
1811; Bowd. 1830-31; preached in Newburyport and vicinity; 
in newspaper work Providence, R.I. ; one of propr's Newbury- 
port Herald and Merrimack Valley Visitor; d. Newburyport 
Mar. 22, 1891. A.M. hon. Bowd. 1845. 

John Russell Herrick (1849-51) b. Milton, Yt. May 12, 1822; Univ. 
Yt. 1847; Auburn Sem. 1852; ord. (Presb.) June 21, 1854; p. 
Malone, N.Y. 1854-67; prof. Sys. Theol. Bangor Sem. 1867-73; 
p. (Cong.) South Hadley, Mass. 1874-7S, also lecturer on Psy- 
chol, and Morals Mt. Holyoke Sem. 1875 and on Theol., Theol. 
Inst. Ct. 1875-76; pres. Pacif. Univ. Ore. 1880-83; pres. Univ. 
Dakota 1885-87; res. Elgin, 111. 1887-89 and from 1907; in- 
structor Theol. Talladega Coll. 1891; res. Dundee, 111. 1891-99 
and 1904r-07; Polo 1899-1901; Chicago 1901-04. 

Address 141 Hinsdell PI. Elgin, HI. 

Philip Henry Ireland (1849-51) b. Oswestry, Shropshire, Eng. 
Aug. 1824; 111. Coll. 1847; d. Andover, while a member of 
Seminary. Sept. 8, 1851. 

John Hall Newton (1849-50) b. Durham. Ct. Mar. 22, 1826; WeaL 
Univ. 1847; Yale Sem. 1855; ord. June 9. 1856; p. Second ch. 
Middle Haddam, Ct. 1855-61; res. Middletown from 1856; d. 
Aug. 15, 1863. 

Henry Thayer Niles (1849-51) b. West Fairlee. Yt. Jan. 28, 1825; 
Dart. 1S47; stud, law; prin. Boys' Acad. Wrentham, Mass. 1853- 
55; prof. Greek and Eng. Lit. Urbana Univ. 0. 1855-58; lawyer 
Urbana 1858-83; in business Toledo from 1883; d. Jan. 13, 1901. 



ALUMNI 1852 255 

Eli Brown Smith (1849-51) from Frankfort, Ky.; Marietta 1848; 
ord. 1852; p. (Presb.) Paris, Ky. 1852-54; Connersville, Ind 
1854-57; Bethesda, Miss. 1857-58; Vincennes, Ind. 1861-66; 
Elizabethtown, Ky. 1866-68; Smyrna, Ind. 1868-70; Louisiana, 
Mo. 1858-61 and from 1871; d. Sept. 17, 1872. 

George Ludington Weed (1849-52) b. Union Mission Station, Ark. 
Apr. 9, 1828; Marietta 1849; instructor Ohio Inst'n for Deaf and 
Dumb, Columbus 1854-61 and supt 1863-66; city miss'y Ann 
Arbor, Mich. 1866-71; prin. Wis. Sch. for the Deaf, Delavan 
1871-75; instructor Pa. Inst'n for Deaf and Dumb, Philadelphia 
1875-94; res. Mount Airy, Philadelphia; d. Sept. 22, 1904. D.D. 
Marietta 1902. 

Luther Baker Whittemore (1849-51) b. Bridgewater, N.H. Feb. 1, 
1824; Dart. 1849; teacher Kimball Union Acad. Meriden 1851; 
res. Brrdgewater 1852-58; a.p. Orfordville from 1858; d. Dec. 27, 
1861. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

William Bird (1850-52) Class of 1850. 

Justin Edwards Burbank Class of 1851. 

Swift Byington (1850-52) Class of 1850. 

Lucian West Chaney Class of 1851. 

Charles Henry Emerson b. Parsonsfield, Me. Aug. 2, 1818; Bowd. 
1846; stud, law; lawyer Boston and Weymouth, Mass. 1849-52; 
h.m. Washington Co. Me. 1852-54; ord. Dec. 16, 1858; h.m. p. 
Springfield, Lee and Carroll 1855-69; Parsonsfield 1869-70; 
Creighton, Neb. 1871-88, also (Presb.) Millerboro and Willow- 
dale; Blue Lake, Cal. 1888-91; Port Kenyon 1889-92; Pope 
Valley 1892-97; w.c. St. Helena 1897-99; Tacoma, Wash, and 
Seattle; d. Jan. 28, 1902. 

Samuel Emerson Class of 1851. 

George Park Fisher Class of 1851. 

William Brooks Greene Class of 1851. 

John Gardner Hale Class of 1851. 

Franklin Holmes b. West Boylston, Mass. May 26, 1823; Yale 
1846; Yale Sem. 1850; ord. Sept. 15, 1852; p. Norton, Mass. 
1852-60; in mfg business N.Y. City 1860-70; ed. N.Y. Mercantile 
Journal 1870-83; res. Brooklyn after; d. Paxton, Mass. Sept. 30, 
1895. 

Israel Hall Levings Class of 1851. 

Abel Kingman Packard (1850-52) Class of 1850. 

John Parsons Class of 1848. 



256 ALUMNI 1853 

Chester Newell Righter b. Parsippany, N.J. Sept. 25, 1824; Yale 
1846; Yale Sem. 1850; ord. (Presb.) Newark, N.J. Sept. 15, 1852; 
gen. agt Amer. Bible Soc. in Greece and Turkey from 1854; 
d. Diarbekir Dec. 16, 1856. 

Roger Moses Sargent (1849-50, 1851-52) Class of 1849. 

Henry Martyn Storrs Class of 1851. 

Edwin Teele Class of 1851. 

Henry Wickes Class of 1851. 



1853 

GRADUATES 

Charles Augustus Aiken b. Manchester, Vt. Oct. 30, 1827; Dart. 
1846 ; teacher Latin and Greek P. A. 1847^9 ; stud. Halle, Berlin 
and Leipsic 1851-53; res. lie. 1854; ord. Oct. 19, 1854; p. Yar- 
mouth, Me. 1854-59 ; prof. Latin Lang, and Lit. Dart. 1859-66 ; 
prof. Latin Lang, and Lit. N.J. Coll. 1866-69 and Science of 
Lang. 1869; pres. Union 1869-71; prof. Chr. Ethics and Apolo- 
getics Princ. Sem. 1871-82, prof. Oriental and O.T. Lit. and Chr. 
Ethics from 1882, prof. Relations of Phil, and Science to the 
Chr. Religion from 1888, also lib'n 1871-77; assoc. ed. Princeton 
Review and Presb. Review; translated and edited Commentary 
on Proverbs (Lange) ; one of Amer. revisers of Bible; d. Prince- 
ton, N.J. Jan. 14, 1892. Ph.D. N.J. Coll. 1866 and D.D. 1870. 
Son of Hon. John Aiken, trustee. 

George Esdras Allen b. Taunton, Mass. Dec. 8, 1829; Brown 1850; 
res. lie. 1854; ord. May 19, 1858; p. Second ch. Cambridgeport 
1858-62; res. Cambridge, Chelsea, East Somerville, Norton 1862- 
80, occas. preaching; p. North Reading 1880-88; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon Jan. 17, 1889; priest Feb. 15, 1890; r. St. James's ch. 
Fall River from 1890; d. Feb. 19, 1896. 

Joseph Avery Bent b. Middlebury, Vt. Apr. 22, 1823; Midd. 1845 
and tutor 1849-50; Union Sem. 1850-51; a.p. Stowe 1853-54; 
ord. Oct. 12, 1854; p. Cornwall 1854-56; prin. Hoyleton (111.) 
Sem. 1856-65; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Wheaton Coll. 1865- 
71; engaged in "Christian colonization" Kan. and Neb. 1871-92; 
horticulturist in Tex. and Southern Cal., spending summers at 
South Omaha, Neb. from 1892; d. Los Angeles, Cal. Jan. 18, 1906. 

Shearjashub Bourne b. Bristol, R.I. Dec. 28, 1822; Yale 1849; a.p. 
Monson, Mass. 1853-54; ord. Dec. 6, 1854; p. Flushing, N.Y. 
1854-59; in business N.Y. City 1859-62; p. Harlem 1862-71; 
Ellington, Ct. 1872-75; Paterson, N.J. 1875-83; w.c. Barrington, 
R.I. 1883-89; p. Bedford Park, N.Y. City 1889-95; w.c. N.Y. City 
and Barrington, R.I. from 1895; d. N.Y. City Mar. 21, 1900. 



ALUMNI 1853 257 

David Bremner b. Keith, Banffshire, Scot. Jan. 25, 1828; Dart. 1850; 
res. lie. 1854; ord. May 2, 1855; p. Second ch. Rockport, Mass. 
1855-64; Third ch. (now ch. of Pilgrimage) Plymouth 1864-68; 
w.c. Boxford 1868-70 and 1874-75; p. First ch. (East) Derry, 
N.H. 1871-73; Plaistow 1875-79; Raynham, Mass. 1879-81; clerk 
dept of Agric. Washington 1882-85; p. Scituate, Mass. 1886-92; 
Hawley 1894—95; representative from Rockport and chap. House 
of Representatives; d. Boxford Dec. 9, 1895. 

William Cowper Dickinson b. Longmeadow, Mass. Jan. 26, 1827; 
Amh. 1848 and tutor 1851-52; Union Sem. 1849^51; preceptor 
Lawrence Acad. Groton, Mass. 1852; res. lie. 1854; ord. Apr. 12, 
1854; p. Central ch. Middleboro 1854-56; Hanover St. Presb. ch. 
Wilmington, Del. 1856; (Cong.) Gloucester, Mass. 1856-57; 
Kenosha, Wis. 1858-59; (Presb.) Lake Forest, 111. 1859-67, also 
first teacher of coll. class in acad. merged in Lake Forest Univ. 
1859-63 ; p. Calvary Presb. ch. Chicago 1868 ; Battle Creek, Mich. 
1870-72; Second Presb. ch. Lafayette, Ind. 1872-82; College Hill, 
0. 1884-87; w.c. Evanston, 111. from 1887; d. Mar. 12, 1899. D.D. 
Wabash 1878. Son of Baxter Dickinson, class of 1821 and 
instructor. 

Oliver Dimon b. Fairfield, Ct. Sept. 1818; Wms. 1840; Harv. Law 
Sch. 1842-43; lawyer Boston 1844-50; h.m. Keosauqua, Io. 1853- 
54; d. New London, Ct. Aug. 22, 1855. 

Joseph Payson Drummond b. Bristol, Me. Sept. 15, 1824; Bowd. 
1843; Bangor Sem. 1846-^7; teacher Latin and Greek P.A. 1847- 
49; a.p. New Gloucester, Me. 1853-54; a.p. West Cambridge (now 
Arlington), Mass. 1854-55; ord. Jan. 2, 1856; p. West Newton 
1856^57; d. Bristol, Me. Nov. 23, 1857. 

Roswell Foster b. Hanover, N.H. June 30, 1824; Dart. 1849; ord. 
Mar. 14, 1855; p. Second ch. Waltham, Mass. 1855-56; West- 
hampton 1856-59; South ch. Pittsfield 1859-61; Chicopee Falls 
1863-67; Nebraska City, Neb. 1867-72; Fremont 1872-75; Inde- 
pendence, Io. 1877-82, also Winthrop 1877-79; Westmoreland, 
N.H. 1884-85; Templeton and Baldwinsville, Mass. 1885-89; 
Phillipston and Petersham from 1889; U.S. Chr. Com. 1864; 
d. Phillipston May 7, 1892. 

Edmund Young Garrette b. New Hartford, Ct. Mar. 14, 1823; Amh. 
1845; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1850-51; ord. Apr. 12, 1854; p. Foxboro, 
Mass. 1854-57; First ch. Millbury 1857-69; Plymouth ch. Pitts- 
burg, Pa. 1869-72; La Crosse, Wis. 1872-80; res. Atlanta, Ga. 
1881-82; Oak Park, 111. 1883; Paxton 1883-85; (Presb.) Alameda, 
Cal. 1885-93 and res. there after; d. Sept. 1, 1902. 

Richard Gleason Greene b. East Haddam, Ct. June 29, 1829; Yale 
1845^6; a.p. Springfield, O. 1853-54; Eastern Cong. ch. N.Y. City 
1854-56; ord. June 25, 1856; p. Adrian, Mich. 1856-57; East 



258 ALUMNI 1853 

Cambridge, Mass. 1858-60; Brighton 1860-62; Bedford ch. Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. 1862-65; North ch. Springfield, Mass. 1866-74; Valley 
ch. Orange, N.J. 1865-66; Trinity ch. East Orange 1875-90; res. 
Buffalo, N.Y. and N.Y. City from 1890, engaged in lit. work 
(editor-in-chief of cyclopedias). A.M. hon. Yale 1873. 

Address 5 Beekman St. N.Y. City. 

Joseph Beckford Johnson b. Boston Oct. 9, 1825; res. lie. 1854; ord. 
Jan. 4, 1855; p. Plymouth 1855-57; South Reading (now Wake- 
field) 1857-60; Trinity ch. Neponset 1862-64; Uxbridge 1864-68; 
left the ministry; res. Boston; d. Worcester Oct. 22, 1886. 

Charles Dexter Lothrop b. Taunton, Mass. Apr. 16, 1828; Amh. 
1849; a.p. Sterling 1853-54; ord. Dec. 14, 1854; p. Second ch. 
(East) Attleboro 1854-56; South ch. North Bridgewater (now 
Brockton) 1857; Globe Village, Southbridge 1857; Raynham 
1857-58; First ch. Berkley 1858-60; Somerset 1860-61; res. 
Norton 1861-65; Amherst 1865-75; Salem; Dorchester 1893- 
1904; Los Angeles, Cal. from 1904. Address Los Angeles, Cal. 

Jacob Merrill Manning b. Greenwood, N.Y. Dec. 31, 1824; Amh. 
1850; ord. Jan. 5, 1854; p. Mystic ch. Medford, Mass. 1854-57; 
Old South ch. Boston from 1857; chap, senate; chap. 43d Mass. 
Vols. 1862-63; overseer Harv. ; lecturer on Relations of Chris- 
tianity to Popular Infidelity And. Sem. 1866-73 (lectures pub. 
"Half Truths and the Truth"); d. Portland, Me. Nov. 29, 1882. 
D.D. Amh. 1857. 

Thomas Morong b. Cahaba, Ala. Apr. 15, 1827; Amh. 1848; Harv. 
Law Sch. 1849-50; res. lie. 1854; ord. Apr. 12, 1854; p. Pepperell, 
Mass. 1854-55; Iowa City, Io. 1856-58; Webster, Mass. 1859; 
Globe Village, Southbridge 1860-63; Lanesville, Gloucester 1864- 
68; First ch. Ipswich 1868-75; Ashland 1876-88; expedition to 
Paraguay to collect plants for Smithsonian Inst, and Columb. 
Coll. 1888-90; curator of Herbarium Columb. from 1890; lecturer 
on Botany Barnard Coll.; chap, senate, Io. ; d. Boston Apr. 26, 
1894. 

Henry Johnson Patrick b. Warren, Mass. Sept. 20, 1827; Amh. 
1848; Union Sem. 1849-51; res. lie. And. Sem. 1854; ord. Nov. 16, 
1854; p. Bedford, Mass. 1854-60; West Newton 1860-94 and 
emer. ; res. Newtonville from 1895. D.D. Amh. 1890. 

Address 899 Washington St. Newtonville, Mass. 

John Bulkley Perry b. Richmond, Mass. Dec. 12, 1825; Univ. Vt. 
1847; a.p. (Presb.) Sand Lake, N.Y. 1854; (Cong.) Hinesburg, 
Vt. 1854-55; ord. Dec. 12, 1855; p. Swanton, Vt. 1855-66; U.S. 
Chr. Com. Va. and chap. 10th Vt. Vols. 1865; p. Wilmington, Vt. 
1866-67; Univ. lecturer on Geol. Harv. 1868-72 and Univ. Vt. 
1869; d. Cambridge, Mass. Oct. 3, 1872. 



ALUMNI 1853 259 

Elias Huntington Richardson b. Lebanon, N.H. Aug. 11, 1827; Dart. 
1850; ord. May 18, 1854; p. Goffstown 1854-56; First ch. Dover 
1856-63; Richmond St. ch. Providence, R.I. 1863-67; First ch. 
Westfield, Mass. 1867-72; First ch. Hartford, Ct. 1872-79; First 
ch. New Britain from 1879; d. June 27, 1883. D.D. Dart. 1876. 

William True Sleeper b. Danbury, N.H. Feb. 9, 1819; Univ. Vt. 
1850; ord.' June 29, 1854; city miss'y Worcester, Mass. 1853-56; 
chap. State Reform Sch. Westboro 1856-60; h.m. p. Patten, Me. 
1860-69, also Sherman Mills 1861-72 ; Caribou and Fort Fairfield 
1872-75; supt schools Aroostook Co. 1868-71; projected Aroos- 
took River R.R. and pres. 1872-75; p. Summer St. (now Memo- 
rial) ch. Worcester, Mass. 1875-94 and People's ch. Greendale 
1895-96; res. Sherman Mills, Me. 1898-1900; Newton, Auburn- 
dale and Wellesley, Mass. from 1900; d. Sept. 24, 1904. 

Franklin Tuxbury b. Salisbury, Mass. Sept. 23, 1829; res. lie. 1854; 
a.p. First ch. West Newbury 1854-55; Shelburne Falls 1855; 
Charleston, S.C. 1855-56; w.c. Andover, Mass. 1856-57; ord. July 
15, 1857; p. Russell ch. Hadley 1857-62; res. Exeter, N.H. 1862- 
65; p. Brandon, Vt. 1865-75; Watertown, Ct. from 1877; 
d. May 6, 1879. 

Granville Wardwell b. Nelson, N.H. Dec. 7, 1819; Dart. 1848; Lane 
Sem. 1848-19; ord. Sullivan, N.H. Oct. 19, 1853; p. Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 1853-55 ; teacher Latin and Greek PA. 1850-52 and 1855- 
57; p. Kennebunk, Me. 1857-58; d. Westminster, Vt. June 24, 
1858. 

John Willard b. Hartford, Ct. Nov. 10, 1826; Yale 1849; res. lie. 
1854; ord. Jan. 25, 1855; p. Fairhaven, Mass. 1855-66; w.c. Hart- 
ford, Ct. 1866-69; p. Birmingham 1869-73; Marlboro, Mass. 1873- 
79; w.c. Newtonville 1880-83; p. Decorah, Io. 1883-91; w.c. 
Chicago, 111. from 1891. Address 7613 Union Ave. Chicago, 111. 

Enoch Charles Augustus Woods b. Newport, N.H. Sept. 11, 1824; 
Dart. 1850; ord. Sullivan Oct. 19, 1853; h.m. Wapello, Io. from 
1853; d. Nov. 4, 1854. 

NON-GRADUATES 

George Bent (1850-52) b. Middlebury, Vt. Mar. 29, 1827; Knox 
1849; Yale Sem. 1852-53; a.p. Dundee, 111. 1853-55; agt Amer. 
Bible Soc. Minn. 1855; ord. Oct. 20, 1856; h.m. Anoka 1855-58; 
Lansing, Io. 1858-60 ; Burr Oak 1860-71, also Lenora, Minn. 1861- 
71; Otho and Tyson's Mills, Io. 1871-73; Seneca, Kan. and 
Oneida 1873-75; Axtell, Neb. 1875-79; Red Cloud 1879-81; Loup 
City 1881-82; Benton and other stations 1882-90; co. judge, res. 
Loup City 1891-95; w.c. Hazard, Loup City and Chicago from 
1895. Address 211 Wabash Ave. Chicago, 111. 



260 ALUMNI 1853 

Nathaniel Hooper Broughton (1850-51) b. Marblehead, Mass. Feb. 5, 
1826; Amh. 1847; Bangor Sem. 1854; ord. Petersburg, Tenn. 
1856; h.m. Tenn. 1856-59; p. North Yarmouth, Me. 1860-61; East 
Bridgewater, Mass. from 1861 ; d. June 2, 1866. 

Edward Partridge Clisbee (1850-51) b. Cleveland, 0. Apr. 19, 1827; 
Ober. 1849; teacher Mich, and O. 1851-54; Ober. Sem. 1854; ord. 
Feb. 18, 1857; p. Berea and Olmsted Falls 1856-62; Lenox 1862- 
65; Jefferson 1865-66; Sinclairville, N.Y. 1867-68; Randolph 
1868-70; Second ch. Olmsted Falls, O. 1871-73; Columbus, Wis. 
1875-76; Gustavus, O. 1879-83; Bristolville 1883-84; res. Oberlin 
after; d. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Henry Kingman Edson (1850-51) b. Hadley, Mass. Oct. 5, 1822; 
Amh. 1844; prin. Hopkins Acad. Hadley 1844-49; Union Sem. in 
1849; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1851-52; a.p. Westhampton, Mass. 1852; 
prin. Denmark (Io.) Acad. 1852-79; ord. Apr. 25, 1881; prof. 
Theory and Practice of Teaching, Iowa 1879-92 and res. Grinnell 
after; d. Mar. 13, 1906. 

Samuel Fiske (1850-52) b. Shelburne, Mass. July 23, 1828; Amh. 
1848 and tutor 1852-55; travel in Europe 1855-56; ord. June 3, 
1857; p. Madison, Ct. from 1857; private, 2d Lt., 1st Lt., Capt. 
14th Ct. Vols.; wounded in battle of the Wilderness and d. 
Fredericksburg, Va. May 22, 1864. 

George Henry Gould (1851-52) b. Oakham, Mass. Feb. 20, 1827; 
Amh. 1850; Union Sem. 1853; a.p. Waukegan, Wis. and Kenosha 
1853-54; travel in Europe 1856-59; ord. Nov. 13, 1862; p. Olivet 
ch. Springfield, Mass. 1862-64; First ch. Hartford, Ct. 1864-70; 
res. Worcester, Mass. from 1870; p. Piedmont ch. 1872-76, Union 
ch. 1878-80 and sup. Boston and Providence, R.I. ; d. May 8, 1899. 
D.D. Amh. 1870. 

James Barber Howard (1851-52) b. Pittsfield, Mass. Nov. 18, 1827; 
Wms. 1849; Union Sem. 1849-50; ord. Dec. 12, 1854; p. Rockport, 
Me. 1854-55; d. Pittsfield, Mass. Jan. 16, 1856. 

Henry Smith Huntington (name changed from Henry Huntington 
Smith) (1850-51) b. Camden, N.Y. June 30, 1828; N.J. Coll. 
1850; Princ. Sem. 1853; ord. (Presb.) Nov. 15, 1858; p. Caldwell, 
N.Y. 1857-62 and 1876-79; lone City, Cal. 1863-64; Watsonville 
1865-67; First ch. Wilmington, Del. 1868-69; (Ref. Dutch) 
Owasco, N.Y. 1869-70; Calvary Presb. ch. Auburn 1870-74 
evang. Lake George 1879; ord. (Epis.) deacon Sept. 20, 1881 
priest Sept. 28, 1882; r. St. Matthias's ch. East Aurora 1881-83 
Trinity ch. Lancaster 1883-87; ch. of Epiphany Suspension Bridge 
1887-93; chap. Ch. Charity Foundation Buffalo 1893-95; d. Dec. 
22, 1895. Son of Henry Smith, class of 1815. 

Joseph Hurlbut (1851-52) b. N.Y. City Feb. 19, 1828; Yale 1849; 
Union Sem. 1849-50; tutor Beloit 1850-51; tutor Yale 1852-54; 



ALUMNI 1853 261 

d. Paris, France July 4, 1855. Son of Joseph Hurlbut, class of 
1822. 

William Augustus McCorkle (1850-51) b. Troy, 0. Nov. 2, 1822; 
Wabash 1850 and tutor 1851-52; Lane Sem. 1853; ord. (Presb.) 
June 19, 1853; h.m. p. Attica, Ind. 1853-54; agt Amer. Tract Soc. 
1854-55; h.m. p. Superior, Wis. 1856-58; p. Marshall, Mich. 1858- 
63; asst p. First Presb. ch. Detroit 1865-68 and p. 1868-71; Third 
Presb. ch. Boston 1871-73; Second ch. Princeton, N.J. 1874-77; 
Lake Forest, 111. 1877; (Ref. Dutch) Nyack, N.Y. 1878-81; First 
Presb. ch. Ypsilanti, Mich. 1881-89; w.c. Detroit from 1889; 
trustee Alma Coll. Mich.; d. Apr. 16, 1896. D.D. Wabash 1871. 

George Jarvis Means (1850-53) b. Augusta, Me. Mar. 29, 1827; 
Bowd. 1847; miss'y Amer. S.S. Union Tenn. 1853-56 and agt 
Rochester, N.Y. 1856-58; ord. Oct. 25, 1859; p. Perry Centre 
1858-63; Howell's 1863-77; w.c. Augusta, Me. from 1877; d. 
May 30, 1879. 

James Browning Miles (1851-52) b. Rutland, Mass. Aug. 18, 1823; 
Yale 1849 and tutor 1852-54; Yale Sem. 1850-51 and 1853-54; 
ord. Jan. 2, 1855; p. First ch. Charlestown, Mass. 1855-71; cor. 
sec. Amer. Peace Soc. Boston from 1871; d. Worcester Nov. 13, 

1875. D.D. Beloit 1873. 

William Bainbridge Rice (1850-51) b. Williamsburg, Mass. Jan. 12, 
1824; Wms. 1844; teacher Norfolk (Ct.) Acad.; silk manufacturer 
Pittsfield, Mass. from 1858. Address Pittsfield, Mass. 

Francis N. Shaw (1850-51) b. Middleboro, Mass. Jan. 10, 1824; 
Coll. City N.Y.; Union Sem. 1851-52; d. Washington, D.C. Mar. 8, 
1854. 

Charles Strong Smith (1850-51) b. Hardwick, Vt. July 24, 1824; 
Univ. Vt. 1848; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1853; a.p. New Preston, Ct. 1853- 
55; ord. Franklin, N.Y. Nov. 13, 1855; p. North Walton 1855-57; 
Waitsfield, Vt. 1857-58; Hardwick 1858 and w.c. 1858-63; sec. 
Vt. Dom. Miss'y Soc. 1863-68; assoc. ed. and ed. Vt. Chronicle 
1875-95; res. Montpelier from 1863; representative from Hard- 
wick; d. Jan. 11, 1898. 

Alvan Hyde Washburn (1851-52) b. Genoa, 0. July 12, 1824; Mari- 
etta 1846 and tutor 1847-49; prin. Leicester (Mass.) Acad. 1852- 
60; ord. (Epis.) deacon Feb. 14, 1861; priest Nov. 13, 1861; r. 
Hyde Park 1861-66; Grace ch. Cleveland, O. from 1866; killed 
in railroad disaster, Ashtabula, O. Dec. 29, 1876. D.D. Marietta 

1876. Son of Ebenezer Washburn, class of 1818. 

Wellington W Wells (1850-51) b. Hanover, O. July 14, 1829; 
Marietta 1850; Lane Sem. 1853; a.p. (Presb.) Georgetown, O. 
1853-54; ord. Jan. 18, 1855; p. Indep. ch. (Monticello Sem.) 
Godfrey, 111. 1855; w.c. La Salle 1856-58; Waltham 1858-65 and 



262 ALUMNI 1853 

1868-72; Wenona 1866-67; Vandalia 1867-68; Buchanan, Mich. 
1873-80 and w.c. 1881-89, 1892-1903; p. Independence, Ore. 1889- 
91; Templeton, Cal. 1891-92; w.c. Long Beach from 1903; d. Los 
Angeles Mar. 1, 1905. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

George Ferdinand Bacon b. Albany, N.Y. Feb. 6, 1815; N.Y. Univ. 
1837; stud, law; Lane Sem. 1845-47; a.p. Cassopolis, Mich.; res. 
Hartford, Ct.; Paris, France 1870-81; engaged in study and lit. 
work Hartford, Ct. from 1881; d. June 28, 1881. 

Simon Barrows b. Monson, Mass. Apr. 28, 1811; P.A.; Dart. 1842; 
Union Sem. 1842^3; teacher Brooklyn, N.Y., 1843-^5; prin. 
Friends' Acad. New Bedford, Mass. 1845-46; Norfolk Gram. Sch. 
Dorchester 1846-51; young ladies' sch. Davenport, Io. 1853-54 
and agt Amer. and For. Chr. Union 1854-56; ord. Tipton Jan. 11, 
1855; supt schools and surveyor Adair Co. 1857-62, also teacher; 
prin. Des Moines Acad. 1862-64 and high sch. 1865-66; supt 
schools Polk Co. 1864-65; p. Quincy 1867-70; Weeping Water, 
Neb. 1870-74; Osceola 1874-79, also Wayland 1874-82, Newland 
and Ulysses 1876-83; res. Neligh from 1883; trustee Gates Coll. 
Neb.; d. Jan. 12, 1890. 

Joshua James Blaisdell Class of 1852. 

Edmund Harvey Blanchard Class of 1852. 

George Nye Boardman Class of 1852. 

Erastus Chester b. Colchester, Ct. Mar. 2, 1823 ; West. Res. 1848 and 
tutor 1850-52; Theol. Dept West. Res. 1848-49; ord. 1854; p. 
(Presb.) Newton Falls, O. 1854-56; Crawfordsville, Ind.; New- 
burg, O.; Hudson; in business Cleveland from 1862; d. Rome 
Sept. 28, 1870. 

Stephen Rollins Dennen b. Poland, Me. Nov. 6, 1826; Waterville 
1849; Bangor Sem. 1852; ord. July 11, 1855; p. Phillips ch. 
Watertown, Mass. 1855-62; High St. ch. Providence, R.I. 1865- 
68; First ch. Woburn, Mass. 1868-71; First ch. Lynn 1872-75; 
Third ch. New Haven, Ct. 1875-84; res. Concord, Mass. 1884-87; 
West Newton 1888-93; sup. churches in Cal. 1893-96; p. (Presb.) 
Long Beach from 1896; d. Jan. 18, 1898. D.D. Iowa 1874. 

Asa Farwell Class of 1842. 

Charles Patterson Felch Class of 1852. 

Franklin Woodbury Fisk b. Hopkinton, N.H. Feb. 16, 1820; P.A.; 
Yale 1849 and tutor 1851-53; Yale Sem. 1852; prof. Rhet. and 
Eng. Lit. Beloit 1854-59; ord. Chicago, 111. Apr. 28, 1859; prof. 
Sac. Rhet. Chic. Sem. from 1859; d. Chicago July 4, 1901. D.D. 
Olivet 1865, Yale 1886; LL.D. Beloit 1888. 



ALUMNI 1853 263 

'John Russell Herrick Class of 1852. 

Robert Stevens Hitchcock Class of 1842. 

Sylvanus Cobb Kendall Class of 1852. 

Daniel Lane Class of 1843. 

Cephas Augustus Leach Class of 1852. 

Israel Hoit Northrop b. North East, N.Y. Sept. 21, 1818; Union 
(1844); ord. (Presb.) ; p. Stephentown 1846^8; Boonville 1848- 
50; Greenbush 1850-51; Melrose, Mass. 1851-53; Warren 1854- 
55; Millville, N.J. 1856-59; prin. Monticello (N.Y.) Acad. 1859- 
62, Deer Park Fern. Inst. Port Jervis 1862-66, Wheat Hill Inst. 
Brooklyn 1866-71, also sup. churches; res. Utica 1871-82; N.Y. 
City 1882-95; Roselle, N.J. from 1895; d. Sept. 18, 1902. 

David Oliphant Class of 1813. 

John Quincy Peabody Class of 1852. 

Daniel Webster Pickard b. Rowley, Mass. June 7, 1830; Bowd. 
1848; Bangor Sem. 1852; ord. Sept. 28, 1853; p. Groveland, Mass. 
1853-56; teacher Platteville (Wis.) Acad. 1856-58; res. Auburn, 
Me.; d. Feb. 6, 1860. 

Joseph Dexter Poland Class of 1852. 

Alonzo Hall Quint Class of 1852. 

Cornelius Reimensnyder b. Augusta Co. Va. Dec. 26, 1819; Lane 
Sem. 1845; ord. (Luth.) Oct. 19, 1846; p. Westminster, Md. 1846- 
49; res. lie. Yale Sem. 1849-51; p. Valatie, N.Y.; Somerset, O.; 
Mt. Morris, 111.; Chester Springs, Pa.; Columbia; agt Amer. S.S. 
Union in Pa.; res. Lancaster from 1865; d. Apr. 1, 1890. 

Alfred Loring Skinner b. Bucksport, Me. Nov. 23, 1824; PA.; Yale 
1849; Bangor Sem. 1852; ord. Bucksport Jan. 27, 1854; p. Frank- 
fort 185^-55; Rockport 1855-57; in U.S. Engineer's Office Fort 
Knox 1857-58; Fort Preble, Portland 1858-61; res. Bucksport 
from 1861, postmaster 1861-85 ; d. Mar. 25, 1899. 

John Charles Smith b. St. Albans, O. June 4, 1826; ord. (Meth.) 
deacon Apr. 28, 1850; elder Apr. 18, 1852; p. Deerfield, Mass., 
Chesterfield, (North) Andover 1850-55; Topsfield, Swampscott, 
Newburyport, Chicopee 1855-61 ; Asbury Chapel Springfield 1862- 
64 and Union St. ch. 1872-73; Brookfield, Gloucester, St. Paul's 
ch. Lynn 1864-72; Dorchester St. ch. South Boston, Newtonville, 
Southbridge 1873-79; West Medway, East Douglas, Walpole, 
Ashland, Hubbardston 1879-90; d. West Medway Apr. 18, 1890. 

Dugald Thompson b. Glasgow, Scot. June 23, 1828; came to U.S. 
1840; Dickinson 1850; Meth. Gen. Bib. Inst. N.H. 1850-52; adm. 
to Ohio Conf. 1855, to Io. Conf. 1857; ord. deacon Des Moines 
Sept. 1857; elder Indianola Aug. 26, 1860; preacher and presiding 
elder in Io. 1857-92; d. Des Moines May 28, 1896. 



264 ALUMNI 1854 

Joseph Binford Tufts b. Charlestown, Mass. May 17, 1828; Harv. 
1849; Harv. Div. Sch. 1852; ord. Aug. 1855; h.m. Atkinson, Me. 
and Bradford 1856-59; Marine, Minn. 1859-61; p. Wakefield, 
N.H. 1861-64; d. Yarmouth, Me. Dec. 11, 1864. 

Giles Buckingham Willcox Class of 1851. 

Warren Weaver Winchester Class of 1852. 



1854 

GRADUATES 

William Fisher Avery b. Conway, Mass. Dec. 4, 1826; Amh. 1850; 
ord. June 20, 1855 ; p. Sparta, Wis. 1855-58 ; Tomah, Leon, Angelo 
1858-61; res. Huntington, Mass. 1861-71; prin. high sch. Conway 
1872-77; p. Lanesboro 1877-84; Second ch. Huntington 1884-88; 
Middlebury, Ct. 1888-1900; res. Cal. 1900-01; Conway, Mass. 
1901-03; Athol from 1903; d. Nov. 6, 1903. 

Ariel Anson Baker b. Enosburg, Vt. Dec. 9, 1825; Univ. Vt. 1851; 
ord. Aug. 30, 1854; p. Petaluma, Cal. 1855-57; Cornwall, Vt. 
1858-66; East Concord, N.H. 1866-67; Manchester, Io. 1867-69; 
Ames 1869-74; Eldora 1874-76; Hardwick, Vt. 1876-78; Winooski 
1878-80; Kellogg, Io. 1880-83; Sergeant's Bluff and Sloan 1883- 
85; Newell 1885-88; Independence 1888-92; Burwell, Neb. 1892- 
94; Washta, Io. 1894-95; Fairfax 1895-99; Early and Arthur 
1899-1901; Steamboat Rock 1901-02; res. Manchester from 1902; 
d. May 16, 1903. 

Warren Bigelow b. Chester, Vt. June 29, 1822; Midd. 1851; ord. 
Chester Nov. 14, 1854; h.m. Alton, N.H. 1854; Black River Falls, 
Wis. 1854-62; p. Mazeppa, Minn, from 1862; d. Oct. 31, 1886. 

Edward Bingham Chamberlin b. Strafford, Vt. Jan. 18, 1826; Univ. 
Vt. 1848; a.p. Lancaster, N.H. 1855; ord. Mar. 12, 1856; p. First 
Presb. ch. Plattsburg, NY. 1856-58; (Cong.) Shoreham, Vt. 1859- 
63; Essex 1863-65; Westford 1865-68; South Wilbraham, Mass. 
1869-74; Sharon, Vt. 1874-90 and w.c. from 1890; totally blind 
from 1896; representative from Sharon. Address Sharon, Vt. 

Henry Martyn Chapin b. Woodstock, Vt. Apr. 21, 1825 ; Dart. 1850 ; 
ord. Mar. 14, 1855; p. Ceresco, Wis. 1855-56; Springvale 1857; 
Granville 1858; Green Lake 1857-60 and 1866-69; agt Brockway 
Coll. Wis. 1861; p. Markesan 1862-65 and 1869-70; preaching to 
Indians White Earth, Minn, from 1871; d. July 10, 1872. 

Joseph Collie b. Birse, Aberdeenshire, Scot. Nov. 4, 1824; Beloit 
1851; ord. Apr. 9, 1855; p. Delavan, Wis. 1855-95; U.S. Chr. Com. 
Ky. 1865; p. North Walworth, Wis. 1895-99; res. Williams Bay 
from 1896; trustee Beloit; d. July 8, 1904. D.D. Beloit 1879. 



ALUMNI 1854 265 

Isaac Newton Cundall b. West Killingly, Ct. Aug. 17, 1826; Amh. 
1851; ord. West Killingly Sept. 5, 1854; h.m. p. Rosendale, Wis. 
1854-64 and co. supt schools 1864-68; supt Soldiers ' Orphan 
Asylum Madison 1868-69; p. Plymouth ch. Burlington 1869-70; 
instructor Wash. Univ. Mo. 1870-82; Worcester Acad. Vinita, 
Ind. Ter. 1882-84; Ripon Coll. Wis. 1884-86 and res. Ripon after; 
d. July 23, 1889. 

James McLaren Breed Dwight b. Norwich, Ct. Aug. 11, 1825; Yale 
1846 and tutor 1849-53; Yale Sem. 1849-52; res. lie. And. Sem. 
1855 and Yale Sem. 1855-58; Columb. Law Sch. 1861; lawyer 
N.Y. City 1861-69; asst instructor Munic. Law Columb. 1863-66; 
res. New Haven, Ct. from 1869; d. June 28, 1897. 

Stephen Fenn b. Plymouth, Ct. Oct. 6, 1824; Yale 1849; Yale Sem. 
1851-53; ord. Nov. 16, 1854; p. Torringford 1854-57; South Corn- 
wall 1859-68; Watertown 1868-72; Wapping, South Windsor 
from 1873; d. Feb. 19, 1875. 

Elias Brewster Hillard b. Preston, Ct. Sept. 6, 1825; Yale 1848; 
Yale Sem. 1850-52; ord. Mar. 15, 1855; p. Hadlyme 1855-60; 
Kensington 1860-67; South Glastonbury 1867-69; Plymouth 1869- 
89; Conway, Mass. 1889-93; w.c. Farmington, Ct. from 1894; 
d. Mar. 1, 1895. 

Francis Homes b. Boston July 17, 1826 ; PA. ; Amh. 1848 ; ord. Oct. 
15, 1854; p. (Presb.) Carrollton, Mo. 1854-56; Second Cong. ch. 
Westfield, Mass. 1856-57; West Granville 1857-60; Third ch. 
Marblehead 1860-63; miss'y of First ch. Lynn 1864-69; w.c. 
Andover 1869-71; farmer Easton 1871-1901; Hancock, N.H. from 
1901; d. Jan. 13, 1907. 

Samuel Dana Hosmer b. Boston July 26, 1829; Harv. 1850; h.m. 
Alexander and Cooper, Me. 1855 ; ord. Nov. 11, 1856 ; p. Eastport 
1855-61; res. lie. 1862; Nantucket, Mass. 1862-72; South Natick 
1873-78; Easton 1878-79; Clarendon Hills, Hyde Park 1879-82; 
Auburn 1883-90; res. Worcester from 1890; published historical 
and antiquarian papers; d. Jan. 22, 1895. 

James Parker Kimball b. Townshend, Vt. Dec. 29, 1828 ; Amh. 1849 ; 
ord. May 12, 1857; p. Keokuk, Io. 1855-59; First ch. Falmouth, 
Mass. 1860-70; Haydenville 1871-76; N.E. sec. Amer. Tract Soc. 
Boston 1876-81; res. Amherst from 1881; registrar Mass. Gen. 
Assoc. 1868-81; d. May 2, 1882. 

John Hyrcanus Mellish b. Oxford, Mass. Aug. 30, 1824 ; Amh. 1851 ; 
ord. Feb. 14, 1855; p. Kingston, N.H. 1854-68; Dayville, Killingly, 
Ct. 1868-71; North Scituate, R.I. 1871-80 and 1887-92 (also 
Chepachet 1887-88) ; West Tisbury, Mass. 1880-82; Temple, N.H. 
1883-86; res. Dayville, Ct. from 1892, sup. First ch. Putnam 
1892. Address Dayville, Ct. 



266 ALUMNI 1854 

Henry Mills b. Kingsville, 0. May 21, 1828; Ober. 1849; ord. Nov. 
23, 1854; p. Granby, Mass. 1854-63; Kalamazoo, Mich. 1863-65 
and res. there 1865-68; p. Independence, Io. 1868-69; St. Cloud, 
Minn. 1870-71; Buckingham, Io. 1871-72; Canton, 111. 1872-82 
and w.c. from 1882. 

Address 226 West Chestnut St. Canton, 111. 

James Ormsbee Murray b. Camden, S.C. Nov. 27, 1827; Brown 1850 
and instructor Greek 1851-52; ord. Oct. 24, 1854; p. South 
Danvers (now Peabody), Mass. 1854r-61; Prospect St. ch. Cam- 
bridgeport 1861-65; (Presb.) Brick ch. N.Y. City 1865-75; prof. 
Belles Lettres and Eng. Lang, and Lit. N.J. Coll. from 1875, also 
dean from 1883 ; trustee and director Princ. Sem. ; director Union 
Sem. ; compiler church hymnal; author of Skepticism in Litera- 
ture, Religious Belief in Literature and other works ; d. Princeton 
Mar. 27, 1899. D.D. N.J. Coll. 1867; LL.D. Brown 1886. 

Stephen Denison Peet b. Euclid, 0. Dec. 2, 1830; Beloit 1851; Yale 
Sem. 1851-53; ord. Feb. 27, 1855; p. Genesee, Wis. 1855-57; New 
London 1857-59; Fox Lake 1860-63; Racine 1864-65; Elkhorn 
1865-66; New Oregon, Io. 1866-68; Chatham, O. 1869-72; Ash- 
tabula 1873-76; Unionville and North Madison 1878; Clinton, 
Wis. 1879-85; Mendon, 111. 1887-91; Avon 1891-93; (Presb.) 
Good Hope 1893-95; res. Chicago from 1895; founder Amer. 
Antiq. and Oriental Journal and ed. from 1878; ed. Oriental and 
Bib. Journal 1881; author of books on prehistoric America. 
Ph.D. Beloit 1890. Address 438 57th St. Chicago, 111. 

Ira Tayette Pettibone b. Stockholm, N.Y. Mar. 24, 1824; Union 
1849; ord. East Stockholm Feb. 27, 1855; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Constantinople, Turkey 1855-93 (except Tocat 1858-60) ; released 
1864r-65, chap. 74th 111. Vols. ; lecturer on missions Howard Univ. 
Washington, D.C. 1893-94; res. Auburndale, Mass. 1894-95; 
Chicago, 111. and Rockford 1895-96; Battle Creek, Mich. 1896-97; 
d. Rockton, 111. Mar. 31, 1897. D.D. Midd. 1885. 

Jeremiah Eames Rankin b. Thornton, N.H. Jan. 2, 1828 ; Midd. 1848 ; 
ord. East Stockholm, N.Y. Feb. 27, 1855; p. Potsdam 1854-56; 
St. Albans, Vt. 1857-62; Appleton St. (now Eliot) ch. Lowell, 
Mass. 1862-64; Winthrop ch. Charlestown 1864-69; First ch. 
Washington, D.C. 1869-84, also prof. Past'l Theol. Howard Univ. 
1881-84; p. Orange Valley, N.J. 1885-89; pres. Howard Univ. 
1890-1903; res. Cleveland, O. from 1903; writer and translator 
of hymns; d. Nov. 28, 1904. D.D. Midd. 1869 and LL.D. 1889. 

Augustine Root b. Conway, Mass. Feb. 5, 1824; a.p. Erving 1854- 
55; (Presb.) Orwell, Pa. 1855-56; (Cong.) Altona, 111. 1856-57; 
Raymond, Wis. 1857; ord. May 20, 1858; p. Lakeville, Mass. 1858- 
60; North Rochester 1860; Petersham 1861; Danielsonville, Ct. 
1862; miss'y Amer. Miss'y Assoc. Port Royal, S.C. 1862-63; 



ALUMNI 1854 267 

work for freedmen 1863-66; p. Riverhead, N.Y. 1866-67; w.c. 
Belchertown, Mass. Taunton, Conway and elsewhere from 1867; 
d. N.Y. City Jan. 9, 1904. 

Charles Comfort Tiffany b. Baltimore, Md. Oct. 5, 1829; Dickinson 
1850; stud. Halle, Heidelberg and Berlin; ord. July 15, 1857; 
p. Derby, Ct. 1857-64; chap. 6th Ct. Vols. 1864-65; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon July 15, 1866; priest Nov. 11, 1866; r. Germantown, Pa. 
1866-67; St. James's ch. Fordham, N.Y. 1867-71; asst min. 
Trinity ch. Boston 1871-74; r. ch. of the Atonement N.Y. City 
1874-80, Zion's ch. 1880-90 and res. there after; archdeacon of 
N.Y. 1894^1902; examining chap, to bishop of N.Y. 1883-1902; 
author of ecclesiastical books; d. Northeast Harbor, Me. Aug. 20, 
1907. D.D. Dickinson 1883, St. Stephens Coll. 1894, Yale 1897. 

Charles Cutler Torrey b. Salem, Mass. Jan. 4, 1827; Univ. Vt. 1849; 
ord. Rutland, Vt. Sept. 7, 1855; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Cherokees, 
Ind. Ter. 1855-61; p. Georgia, Vt. 1861-62 and 1868-71; West- 
ford 1862-64; Chester 1864-65; West Randolph 1865-67; w.c. 
Boston 1867-68; p. Charlotte, Vt. 1871-78; Island Pond 1878-79; 
Chelmsford, Mass. 1880-82, also Billerica 1881-82; (Presb.) 
Chateaugay, N.Y. 1882-85; w.c. Andover, Mass. 1885-86 and 
1899-1901; p. Harvard 1886-99; Tamworth, N.H. 1901-05; w.c. 
Andover, Mass. from 1905. Address Andover, Mass. 

James Gardiner Vose b. Boston Mar. 3, 1830 ; PA. ; Yale 1851 ; a.p. 
Second ch. Greenfield, Mass. 1854-55 ; stud. Univ. Berlin 1855-56 ; 
ord. Amherst Oct. 20, 1857; prof. Rhet., Orat. and Eng. Lit. Amh. 
1856-65; p. Second ch. Dorchester 1865-66; Beneficent ch. Provi- 
dence, R.I. 1866-1900 and emer. ; trustee PA. (and And. Sem.) ; 
d. Mar. 13, 1908. D.D. Brown 1874. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Leonard Woolsey Bacon (1851-53) b. New Haven, Ct. Jan. 1, 1830; 
Yale 1850; Yale Sem. 1854; a.p. St. Peter's Presb. ch. Rochester, 
N.Y. 1855; ord. (Cong.) Oct. 16, 1856; p. Litchfield, Ct. 1856-60; 
miss'y Ct. Gen. Assoc. 1861-62; p. Stamford 1862-65; N.E. ch. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 1865-70; First ch. Baltimore, Md. 1870-72; in 
Europe 1872-77, p. Amer. ch. Geneva, Switz. 1874-76; Park ch. 
Norwich, Ct. 1879-83; Woodland Presb. ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 
1883-86; Indep. Presb. ch. Savannah, Ga. 1886-87; Second ch. 
Norwich, Ct. 1889-92 and res. there 1892-1900, sup. Jewett City 
1899-1900 ; p. Assonet, Mass. from 1901 ; compiler of hymn book ; 
author of Hist, of Amer. Christianity and Story of the Congre- 
gationalists ; published many discourses; d. May 12, 1907. M.D. 
Yale 1856 and D.D. 1879. Son of Leonard Bacon, class of 1823. 

Albert Graham Beebee (1852-53) b. Hartwick, N.Y. July 3, 1826; 
Amh. 1850; Union Sem. 1854; ord. (Presb.) June 20, 1854; miss'y 
Presb. Board For. Missions Aintab and Marash, Turkey 1854-59; 



268 ALUMNI 1854 

p. Pleasant Mount and Unionville, Pa. 1860-62; Hancock, N.Y. 
1862-63; Manitowoc, Wis. 1864-65; Geneva, 111. 1865-66; w.c. 
1866-70; p. Spring Lake, Mich. 1870-72; Milford, N.Y. 1873-74; 
East Worcester 1874-76; Stephentown- 1877-78; (Cong.) Curtis- 
ville, Stockbridge, Mass. 1880-83; Huntington 1883-84; Middle- 
field 1884-86; South wick 1886-87; w.c. 1887-93; Warwick 1893- 
94; West Hawley 189^96; res. Springfield from 1896; d. N.Y. 
City Dec. 5, 1899. 

Arnold Welles Brown (1851-52) b. Boston Jan. 19, 1827; Harv. 
1851; d. by railway accident, Newton, while a member of Sem- 
inary, Jan. 21, 1852. 

Joseph Warren Pickering Carter (1851-53) b. Portsmouth, N.H. 
Sept. 27, 1828; Dart. 1849; teacher Winchester, Mass.; Ports- 
mouth, N.H. ; Portland, Me.; in business Portsmouth, N.H. ; Los 
Angeles, Cal. Address Santa Monica, Cal. 

Walter Frear (1852-53) b. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Aug. 16, 1828; 
Yale 1851; Union Sem. 1854; res. lie. Yale Sem. 1854-55; ord. 
(Presb.) Oct. 17, 1855; p. Iowa City, Cal. 1855-56; Placerville 
1856-61; (Cong.) Grass Valley 1862-64; Santa Cruz 1864-70; 
Fort St. (now Central Union) ch. Honolulu, H.I. 1870-81; Second 
ch. Oakland, Cal. 1882-86 and res. there after; state sec. Cong. 
Ch. Building Soc. 1888-91; gen. agt A.B.C.F.M. for Pacif. coast 
1892-1903; trustee Pacif. Sem. 

Address 1461 Tenth Ave. Oakland, Cal. 

Thomas Nelson Haskell (1852-53) b. Mina, N.Y. Jan. 20, 1826; 
Miami 1851; Union Sem. 1854; ord. Feb. 7, 1855; p. Western 
Presb. ch. Washington, D.C. 1854-58; (Cong.) Maverick ch. East 
Boston, Mass. 1858-62 and Presb. ch. 1862-66; prof. Logic, Lit. 
and Polit. Econ. Univ. Wis. 1866-68; p. N.E. Cong. ch. Aurora, 
111. 1868-71; res. Denver, Col. from 1873; finan. agt Colorado Coll. 
1874-75 ; state lib 'n ; chap, senate 1891-93 ; trustee Colorado Coll. 
and Wheaton; d. Aug. 9, 1906. L.H.D. Miami 1896. 

Martin Kellogg (1852-53) b. Vernon, Ct. Mar. 15, 1828; Yale 1850; 
Union Sem. 1854 ; res. lie. Yale Sem. 1854r-55 ; ord. Vernon Oct. 2, 
1855; h.m. Shasta, Cal. 1855-57; Grass Valley 1857-60; prof. 
Latin and Math., Coll. (later Univ.) of Cal. 1860-69, prof. Anc. 
Lang. 1869-76, prof. Latin Lang, and Lit. 1876-93, acting pres. 
1890-93, pres.. 1893-99 and prof, emer.; res. Oakland 1861-74; 
Berkeley from 1874; editor of classical text-books; d. San Fran- 
cisco Aug. 26, 1903. LL.D. Yale 1893. 

Isaac Gray Ogden (1851-52) b. Binghamton, N.Y. Nov. 24, 1824; 
Wms. 1849; tutor Lafayette 1852-53; teacher Binghamton, N.Y. 
and Sand Lake; ord. (Presb.) Jan. 26, 1858; p. Alleghany 1858; 
Portville 1859-68; Almond 1869-71; teacher East Greenbush 
1872-75; p. Nineveh 1880-85; Conklin 1886-89; res. Troy 1892- 
1900; N.Y. City from 1900; d. Devon, Pa. Nov. 28, 1904. 



ALUMNI 1854 269 

John Lemuel Thomas Phillips (1851-54) b. Windsor, Mass. Mar. 16, 
1827; Wms. 1847; teacher Williston Sem. Easthampton 1849-51 
and 1854-57; prof. Greek Wms. 1857-68; res. Ballston Spa, N.Y. 
from 1868; d. Williamstown, Mass. Apr. 4, 1879. 

Newton Henry Rosseter (1851-53) b. Great Barrington, Mass. Oct. 
29, 1830; Wms. 1849; d. Great Barrington, while a member of 
Seminary, Dec. 20, 1853. 

Jotham Bradbury Sewall (1851-52) b. Newcastle, Me. Oct. 3, 1825; 
Bowd. 1848 and tutor 1851-52; Bangor Sem. 1854; res. lie. And. 
Sem. 1855; ord. -Feb. 7, 1855; p. Central ch. Lynn, Mass. 1855-64; 
prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. Bowd. 1865-77; head master Thayer 
Acad. Braintree, Mass. 1877-96; res. Boston 1896-1901; foreign 
travel 1901-04; res. Brookline, Mass. from 1904. D.D. Bowd. 
1902. Address Brandon Hall, Brookline, Mass. 

William Sewall (1851-52) b. Boston Dec. 14, 1827; Harv. 1849; 
Bangor Sem. 1854; res. lie. And. Sem. 1855; ord. Cambridge, 
Mass. May 2, 1855; p. Lunenburg, Vt. 1855-65; Norwich 1865- 
76; Littleton, Mass. 1877-82; Saxton's River, Vt. 1882-83; 
Underhill 1883; South Royalton 1884; Durham, Ct. 1885; Charl- 
ton, Mass. 1886-90; Templeton 1890-92; res. St. Louis, Mo. and 
Kansas City from 1892; d. May 15, 1896. 

James Barlow Simmons (1852-53) b. North East, N.Y. Apr. 17, 
1827; Brown 1851; Rochester Sem. 1851-52; Newton Sem. 1854; 
ord. July 1, 1854; p. Third Bapt. ch. Providence, R.I. 1854-57; 
First Bapt. ch. Indianapolis, Ind. 1857-61; Fifth Bapt. ch. Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 1861-67; cor. sec. Amer. Bapt. H.M. Soc. 1867-74, 
res. N.Y. City; collector of educ'l and for. miss'y funds 1874-77; 
p. Trinity Bapt. ch. N.Y. City 1877-86 and field sec. Amer. Bapt. 
Pub'n Soc. 1886-1905; aided in founding ten colleges, including 
Simmons Coll. Tex. ; trustee Brown, Leland Univ. La., Carson and 
Newman, Tenn. ; d. Dec. 17, 1905. D.D. Univ. Lewisburg (now 
Bucknell Univ.), Pa. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Charles Augustus Aiken Class of 1853. 

George Esdras Allen Class of 1853. 

David Bremner Class of 1853. 

William Barker Clarke b. Gibara, Cuba Dec. 27, 1829; Yale 1849; 
Yale Sem. 1853 and res. lie. 1854-55; ord. May 4, 1855; p. North 
Cornwall, Ct. 1855-59; foreign travel 1859-61; prof. Div. Yale 
and p. College ch. 1863-66; p. First ch. Litchfield 1866-69; 
Village ch. Dorchester, Mass. 1871-73; instructor Intell. Phil. 
and Logic Midd. 1874-75; p. Griswold, Ct. 1875-81; Central 
Village 1882-84; w.c. Norwich Town 1884^90; p. Durham 1890- 



270 ALUMNI 1855 

1901; w.c. Clifton Springs, N.Y. 1901-02; N.Y. City 1902-04; 
Plymouth, Ct. from 1904; d. Durham Sept. 18, 1905. 

William Cowper Dickinson Class of 1853. 

Joseph Beekford Johnson Class of 1853. 

Thomas Morong Class of 1853. 

Henry Johnson Patrick Class of 1853. 

Franklin Tuxbury Class of 1853. 

John Willard Class of 1853. 



1855 

GRADUATES 

Frederic Randolph Abbe b. Litchfield, Ct. Oct. 28, 1827; P.A.; Yale 
1848; ord. Sept. 3, 1857; p. First ch. Abington, Mass. 1857-70; 
Cottage St. (now Pilgrim) ch. Dorchester 1871-73 and res. there 
from 1873, sup. Third ch. (West) Medway 1887-89; d. West 
Medway Mar. 31, 1889. 

Edward Aiken b. Amherst, N.H. Apr. 10, 1830; Dart. 1851; ord. 
Rutland, Vt. Sept. 7, 1855; miss'y AB.C.F.M. Beirut, Syria 
1855-58; stud, med.; physician Fitzwilliam, N.H. 1861-65; 
Amherst 1865-83, also prof. Mat. Med., Therap. and Chem. N.E. 
Fern. Med. Coll. Boston 1864-72; lib. work N.Y. City 1883-84; 
indexing records in office Sec. of State Concord, N.H. from 1884; 
d. Amherst Aug. 14, 1890. M.D. Yale 1861. 

Orson Parda Allen b. Smyrna, N.Y. Nov. 6, 1827; Amh. 1852; 
Bangor Sem. 1852-54; ord. Mt. Morris, N.Y. Sept. 6, 1855; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Constantinople and Trebizond, Turkey 1855-57; Har- 
poot 1857-96, prin. Theol. Sem. 1859-96; in U.S. 1897-1903; 
Constantinople 1903-08; returned to U.S. 1908. 

Address Auburndale, Mass. 

George Nelson Anthony b. South Kingstown, R.I. Nov. 17, 1823; 
Brown 1850; ord. Oct. 3, 1855; p. Great Falls, Somersworth, N.H. 
1855-60; Marlboro, Mass. 1860-69; Peabody 1869-76; w.c. Cam- 
bridge 1877-79; treas. Mass. H.M. Soc. from 1879, res. Newton 
Highlands; d. May 24, 1885. 

Herman Norton Barnum b. Auburn, N.Y. Dec. 5, 1826; Amh. 1852; 
ord. Mt. Morris, N.Y. Sept. 6, 1855; h.m. Vt. 1855-56; foreign 
travel 1857-58; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Harpoot, Turkey from 1858. 
D.D. Amh. and Midd. 1873. Address Harpoot, Turkey. 

John Bascom b. Genoa, N.Y. May 1, 1827; Wms. 1849 and tutor 
1852-54; Rochester Sem. 1850-51; Auburn Sem. 1851-52; ord. 
Dec. 15, 1859 ; prof. Rhet. Wms. 1855-74, also sup. North Pownal, 



ALUMNI 1855 271 

Vt. 1856-64; pres. Univ. Wis. 1874-87; prof. Polit. Econ. Wms. 
1891-1901, lecturer on Sociology 1887-91, 1901-03 and res. 
Williamstown after; author of works on philosophy, sociology 
and religion. D.D. Iowa 1875; LL.D. Amh. 1873, Wms. 1897. 

Address Williamstown, Mass. 

Elisha Dickinson Bates b. Gilboa, N.Y. July 24, 1822; a.p. West 
Newbury, Mass. 1856-57; ord. Jan. 8, 1857; p. Southboro 1857; 
(Ref. Dutch) Gilboa, N.Y. 1859-60; Stuyvesant Falls 1861-62; 
Pleasant Plains 1864—65; stud, law; in business Peekskill from 
1866; d. Mar. 13, 1902. 

George Lewis Becker b. Natural Bridge, Wilna r N.Y. Nov. 12, 1820 ; 
Beloit; Amh. 1852; a.p. Sanford, Me. 1856-57; farmer Powhattan, 
Kan. from 1857; d. Aug. 24, 1903. 

Daniel Bliss b. Georgia, Vt. Aug. 17, 1823; Amh. 1852; ord. 
Amherst, Mass. Oct. 18, 1855; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Mt. Lebanon, 
Syria 1856-62; in U.S. and Eng. in interest of Syrian Prot. Coll. 
Beirut 1862-66, pres. 1864r-1902 and emer. ; author of books on 
philosophy in Arabic. D.D. Amh. 1864. Address Beirut, Syria. 

Samuel Ward Boardman b. Pittsford, Vt. Aug. 31, 1830; Midd. 
1851; a.p. Pittsfield, Mass. 1855; res. lie. 1856; ord. Apr. 16, 1857; 
p. Norwich, Vt. 1857-59; prof. Rhet., Eng. Lit. and Intell. Phil. 
Midd. 1859-61; p. Second Presb. ch. Auburn, N.Y. 1862-77; res. 
Syracuse 1877-79, sup.* churches; p. (Cong.) Sterling 1879-82; 
res. Asbury Park, N.J. 1882-83; p. (Presb.) Stanhope 1883-89; 
pres. Maryville Coll. Tenn. 1889-1901 ; res. Bloomfield, N.J. from 
1901; director Danville Sem. Ky. D.D. Ham. 1870; LL.D. Midd. 
1890. Address 17 Washington PL Bloomfield, N.J. 

Lucius Delison Chapin b. Butternuts, N.Y. Sept. 23, 1821; Amh. 
1851; instructor Greek Beloit 1855-56; ord. Oct. 29, 1857; p. 
First Presb. ch. Ann Arbor, Mich. 1856-63 ; prof. Mor. and Intell. 
Phil. Univ. Mich. 1863-68; p. East Bloomfield, N.Y. 1868-72; 
chancellor and prof. Ment. Phil. Ingham Univ. N.Y. 1872-75 and 
res. Le Roy 1875-77; Chicago, 111. from 1877, sup. Hyde Park and 
elsewhere; author of scientific works; discovered processes in 
metallurgy; d. Philips, Fla. June 18, 1892. 

John Colby b. York, Me. Oct. 1, 1821; Dart. 1852; ord. Oct. 31, 
1855; p. Hampton, N.H. 1855-63; Southboro, Mass. 1864-73; 
Fitzwilliam, N.H. 1873-85 and w.c. from 1895; p. South Natick, 
Mass. 1886-94. Address Fitzwilliam, N.H. 

Prescott Fay b. Westboro, Mass. Dec. 8, 1826 ; Wms. 1847-48 ; Amh. 
1851; Bangor Sem. 1853-54; ord. Feb. 27, 1856; p. Lancaster, 
N.H. 185&-65; Rochester 1865-67; New Ipswich 1867-69; Vine 
St. ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 1869-72 and in miss'y work 1872-81-, 
res. Cambridge, Mass. 1881-89, p. Woods Hole, Falmouth 1887- 
89; Quechee, Vt. 1889-94; res. Saxonville, Mass. from 1894. 

Address Saxonville, Mass. 



272 ALUMNI 1855 

Davis Foster b. Hanover, N.H. Oct. 26, 1822; Dart. 1849; ord. Nov. 1, 
1855; p. Second ch. West Newbury, Mass. 1855-67; North Winch- 
endon 1868-1901 and emer. ; U.S. Chr. Com.; d. Washington, 
D.C. Dec. 14, 1901. D.D. Dart. 1885. 

William Grassie b. Gay's River, N.S. Mar. 23, 1823; Amh. I»52; 
ord. Oct. 4, 1855; p. (Presb.) Wattsburg, Pa. 1855-63; Edinboro 
1863-75; Cambridgeboro 1875-1900, also Gravel Run 1875-88; 
res. Meadville from 1900, often preaching; d. Oct. 12, 1906. D.D. 
Grove City Coll. Pa. 1900. 

Erskine Joel Hawes b. Hartford, Ct. July 23, 1829; Yale 1851; ord. 
Jan. 19, 1858; p. Plymouth from 1858; d. by accident July 8, 
1860. Son of Joel Hawes, class of 1817. 

George Cushing Knapp b. Lyndon, Vt. Oct. 30, 1823; Midd. 1852; 
ord. Rutland Sept. 7, 1855; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Diarbekir, Turkey 
1856-58; Bitlis from 1858; d. Mar. 12, 1895. 

Alfred Lawton b. Newport, R.I. July 1, 1827; Brown 1851; a.p. 
Brookline, N.H. 1855; d. Aug. 30, 1855. 

Julius Yale Leonard b. Berkshire, N.Y. June 12, 1827; Yale 1851; 
Yale Sem. 1852-54; attended med. lectures Yale; teacher Bing- 
hamton (N.Y.) Acad. 1856-57; ord. New Haven, Ct. June 14, 
, 1857; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Cesarea, Turkey 1857-60; Marsovan 
1860-80; w.c. New Haven, Ct. from 1880; d. Clifton Springs, 
N.Y. Oct. 29, 1893. 

Wilbur Fisk Loomis b. Manchester, Ct. Aug. 11, 1830; Wesl. Univ. 
1851; ord. Apr. 15, 1856; p. Shelburne Falls, Mass. from 1856; 
d. in service of U.S. Chr. Com. Nashville, Tenn. Jan. 10, 1864. 

Spencer Marsh (name changed from Caleb Spencer Marsh) b. Bath, 
Me. Jan. 20, 1830; Dart. 1849; ord. Nov. 6, 1856; p. First ch. 
Burlington, Vt. 1856-60; (Presb.) Haverstraw, N.Y. 1862-68; 
res. Burlington, Vt. 1870-79, prof, pro tern. Eng. Lit. Univ. Vt. 
1872 and prof. Mod. Lang. 1873-75; asst lib'n Congress '1 Lib. 
Washington 1882-91; in Europe 1891-95; res. Trefriew, North 
Wales from 1895; d. Feb. 3, 1899. 

George Mooar b. Andover, Mass. May 27, 1830; P. A.; Wms. 1851; 
ord. Oct. 10, 1855; p. South ch. Andover 1855-61; First Cong. ch. 
Oakland, Cal. 1861-72; prof. Sys. Theol. and Ch. Hist. Pacif. 
Sem. Cal. 1870-92, prof. Apologetics and Ch. Hist, from 1892, 
also p. Plymouth Ave. ch. Oakland 1874-89; assoc. ed. Pacific 
1863-92; compiler family genealogies; trustee Pacif. Sem.; d. 
Jan. 17, 1904. D.D. Wms. 1868. 

Mason Moore b. Sheffield, O. Feb. 28, 1822; Amh. 1852; Bangor 
Sem. 1852-53; ord. Dec. 3, 1867; p. Lee, N.H. 1855-69; Worcester, 
Vt. 1872-73; res. Saratoga, N.Y. 1873-77; Plymouth, Vt. from 
1877, p. 1877-79; d. Dec. 13, 1893. 



ALUMNI 1855 273 

John Safford Parsons b. Hartford, Vt. May 14, 1828; Yale 1852; 
teacher Kimball Union Acad. Meriden, N.H. 1855; prin. Latin 
Sch. Schenectady, N.Y. 1856-57; Schoharie Acad. 1857-60; prin. 
Dummer Acad. Byfield, Mass. from 1860; d. Oct. 23, 1862. 

Moses Patten b. Candia, N.H. July 4, 1824; Dart. 1850; a.p. West 
ch. Dracut, Mass. 1857-58 and p. 1868-69; a.p. Raymond, N.H. 
1858-59; ord. June 7, 1860; p. Townsend, Mass. 1860-63; Plymp- 
ton 1864-67; Carlisle 1870-75; Greensboro, Vt. 1876-80; Rochester 
1881-83; Ripton 1883-87; Danby 1887-88; w.c. Hooksett, N.H. 
from 1888; d. Feb. 11, 1905. 

Edward Henry Pratt b. Shrewsbury, Mass. Nov. 4, 1826; Amh. 
1853; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1853-54; ord. Mar. 16, 1858; p. East Wood- 
stock, Ct. 1855-67 and sec. Ct. Temp. Union from 1867; d. Nov. 
13, 1878. 

Benjamin Franklin Ray b. Burke, Vt. Apr. 11, 1824; Dart. 1851; 
teacher Litchfield, Me. 1855-56; ord. Mar. 5, 1856; p. Mclndoe's 
Falls, Vt. 1856-59; Hartford 1860-70; New Ipswich, N.H. from 
1870; d. Jan. 7, 1872. 

Edward Parmelee Smith b. South Britain, Ct. June 3, 1827; Dart. 
1845-47; Yale 1849; Yale Sem. 1852-53; Union Sem. 1853-54; 
a.p. Rockville, Ct. and Pompey, N.Y. 1855-56; ord. June 11, 1856; 
p. Pepperell, Mass. 1856-64; agt U.S. Chr. Com. 1862-63, gen. 
field agt in Western Dept 1863-65, field sec. Va. and Philadel- 
phia, Pa. 1865-66; gen. field agt Amer. Miss'y Assoc. N.Y. City 
1866-71; U.S. Indian agt Minn. 1871-73; U.S. com'r Indian 
Affairs, Washington 1873-76; pres. Howard Univ. from 1876; 
expedition to Africa in interest of Amer. Miss 'y Assoc. Missions ; 
d. on steamer, Gulf of Guinea June 17, 1856. Son of Noah Smith, 
class of 1821. 

Elnathan Ellsworth Strong b. Hardwick, Vt. May 2, 1832; Dart. 
1852; ord. Nov. 16, 1859; p. South Natick, Mass. 1859-65; 
Waltham 1865-78; ed'l sec. A.B.C.F.M. from 1878. D.D. Dart. 
1883. Address Auburndale, Mass. 

Oswald Langdon Woodford b. West Avon, Ct. Oct. 31, 1827; Yale 
1850; teacher Cherokee Male Sem. near Tahlequah, Ind. Ter. 
1850-52 and 1855-56; ord. Andover, Mass. Feb. 7, 1855; res. lie. 
Yale Sem. 1856-57; p. Grasshopper Falls, Kan. 1857-59; farmer 
West Avon, Ct. from 1859; town officer and representative; 
d. Oct. 21, 1870. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Lucius Whiting Bancroft (1852-53) b. Worcester, Mass. Aug. 27, 
1827; Brown 1852; Va. Epis. Sem. 1856; ord. deacon June 1856; 
priest June 10, 1857; asst min. St. John's ch. Providence, R.I. 
185^-58; r. Christ ch. Bridgeport, Ct.; prof. Eccl. Hist. Theol. 



274 ALUMNI 1855 

Dept Kenyon Coll. 1862-67; prof. Liturgies and Chr. Polity Epis. 
Div. Sch. Philadelphia, Pa.; r. Christ eh. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1869-90; 
res. Worcester, Mass. from 1890; d. June 7, 1898. D.D. Union 
1866. 

Simon Borden Durfee (1852-54) b. Tiverton, R.I. Sept. 2, 1829; 
Brown 1851; Harv. Div. Sch. 1855; a.p. Pomfret, Vt. 1856; Peace 
Dale, R.I. 1857; d. Tiverton Feb. 19, 1858. 

James Riley Hale (1852-54) b. Orwell, Vt. June 14, 1823; Amh. 
1848^9 and 1850-52; Union Sem. 1854-55; ord. Apr. 1858; p. 
De Kalb, N.Y.; First ch. and Second ch. Massena 1858-59; 
teacher York, Pa. ; enlisted marine corps U.S.N. Philadelphia, Pa. 
1861, honorably discharged as corporal Brooklyn, N.Y. 1865 and 
never heard from afterwards. 

Elijah Howe (1852-53) b. Dedham, Mass. Sept. 27, 1828; PA.; 
Amh. 1849; teacher acad. South Wilbraham 1853-54; bank clerk 
Boston 1854-64 and in business 1865-76; res. Dedham from 1854, 
in insurance and other business from 1876; church officer; d. 
May 7, 1898. 

Everett Beman Hurlbut (1852-53) b. Rochester, Vt. Oct. 9, 1830; 
Knox 1852; Union Sem. 1856; res. lie. And. Sem. 1857; ord. 
Nov. 1, 1858; p. Fontanelle, Neb. 1858-63; Elkhorn City 1863-66; 
Papillion 1866-70; w.c. Omaha 1871-74 and from 1877; d. Sept. 
24, 1879. 

Joseph Hector McChesney (1852-55) b. Trumbull Co. O. July 15, 
1824; Knox 1852; teacher Springfield, 111.; asst state geologist 
111.; U.S. consul to Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Eng. 1862-69 (appointed 
by Pres. Lincoln, whom he had known at Springfield) ; res. Chi- 
cago, 111.; London, Eng.; Chicago, 111. from 1894; d. Mar. 12, 1895. 

Sylvanus Baker Roel (1853-54) b. Dummerston, Vt. Nov. 3, 1827; 
Amh. 1852; Bangor Sem.; d. Holden, Mass. while a member of 
Seminary, Sept. 17, 1854. 

Edwin Watts Shaw (1852-54) b. New Chester (now Hill), N.H. 
July 19, 1822; Univ. Mich. 1852; a.p. Bedford, Mich. 1854-55; 
Milford 1856-57; ord. Sept. 1, 1858; p. Wheatland 1857-60, also 
North Adams 1859-60 ; Leslie 1861-69 ; Ithaca 1869-70 ; Lawrence 
1871-76; Saranac 1876-78; Vernon 1878-82; East Paris 1883-85; 
w.c. 1885-90; asst p. First ch. Kalamazoo 1890-91; res. Middle- 
ville from 1891. Address Middleville, Mich. 

George Nelson Webber (1852-54) b. Pomfret, Ct. Aug. 27, 1826; 
Amh. 1852 and tutor 1854-55; ord. Dec. 5, 1855; p. South ch. 
St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1855-59; North (now Park) ch. Hartford, Ct. 
1859-62; chap. 1st Ct. Vols. 1861; p. First ch. Lowell, Mass. 1862- 
67; prof. Intell. and Mor. Phil. Midd. 1866-74, prof, pro tern. 
Psychol., Ethics and Polit. Sci. 1885-86; p. First Presb. ch. Troy, 



ALUMNI 1855 275 

N. Y. 1874-83 ; lecturer on Ethics and Chr. Evidences Smith 1883- 
85, 1886-91 and res. Northampton, Mass. after; d. Springfield 
Dec. 20, 1907. D.D. Amh. 1870. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

"Ebenezer Douglass b. Ticonderoga, N.Y. Aug. 7, 1826; Amh. 1851; 
Bangor Sem. 1855; ord. Sept. 5, 1855; p. Oldtown, Me. 1855-60; 
First ch. Bridgewater, Mass. 1860-67; Plymouth ch. Woonsocket, 
R.I. 1867-71 and Spring St. ch. 1871-73; U.S. Indian agt White 
Earth, Minn. 1873-74; p. Anoka 1875-77; in business Minneapolis 
from 1880; ed. and pub. Citizen; d. Aug. 4, 1896. 

James McLaren Breed Dwight Class of 1854. 

Thomas Shepherd Goodwin (1853-55) Miami Univ.; Kenyon Coll. 
1845 and Theol. Dept 1848; ord. Oct. 15, 1856-; p. Phipsburg, Me. 
1856-57; res. Bath 1857-58; physician Skowhegan 1858-66; re- 
turned to Ohio. 

Charles Josiah Hutchins b. Waterford, Pa. Sept. 8, 1825; Yale 
1849; Yale Sem. 1850-53; a.p. Kenosha, Wis. 1853-54 and p. 
1859-60; ord. (Presb.) Oct. 14, 1855; p. York, Pa. 1855-59; 
Racine, Wis. 1860-65; chap. 39th Wis. Vols.; p. Fulton, N.Y. 
1867-69; (Cong.) Petaluma, Cal. 1869-79; Los Angeles 1879-82; 
Martinez 1883-84; w.c. San Francisco from 1884; d. Feb. 13, 
1887. 

Jacob Ide b. West Medway, Mass. Aug. 7, 1823; Amh. 1848; stud, 
theol. with his father, Dr. Jacob Ide, class of 1812; ord. Mar. 26, 
1856; p. Mansfield from 1856; representative; senator; d. Mar. 23, 
1898. 

Levi Gardner Marsh b. Conesus, N.Y. May 20, 1823 ; Ham. 1847-49 ; 
Amh. 1851; Bangor Sem. 1854; ord. Oct. 3, 1855; p. Thomaston, 
Me. 1855-57, also chap, state prison; p. (Presb.) Nunda, N.Y. 
1857-61 and 1863-71; (Cong.) Brewer, Me. 1861-63; res. Bangor 
1871-76, often preaching; p. (Presb.) Plainwell, Mich. 1876-81; 
Lewiston, N.Y. 1881-98; res. Buffalo 1898-1905; Morgan Park, 
111. from 1905; d. Feb. 28, 1906. 

Hugh McLeod b. Hardwood Hill, Pictou, N.S. Jan. 1, 1826; Amh. 
1851; Bangor Sem. 1854; ord. June 27, 1855; p. Springfield, O. 
1855-57; Brentwood, N.H. 1857-66, but corps agt U.S. Chr. Com. 
16th and 23d Army Corps, in Army of Potomac, in Tenn., New 
Orleans, La., Tex. etc. 1862-65; p. Colebrook, N.H. 1866-70; h.m. 
Wis. 1870-73; p. (Presb.) Healdsburg, Cal. 1873-76; Valley Ford 
1876-84; (Cong.) Guildhall, Vt. 1885-86; res. Lynn, Mass. 1884- 
85 and 1886-90; Cambridge from 1890; d. Feb. 20, 1900. 

Jotham Bradbury Sewall Class of 1854. 

William Sewall Class of 1854. 



276 ALUMNI 1856 

Egbert Coffin Smyth b. Brunswick, Me. Aug. 24, 1829 ; Bowd. 1848 
Bangor Sem. 1853; ord. Brunswick July 22, 1856; prof. Rhet 
and Orat. Bowd. 1854-56, prof. Nat. and Rev. Relig. 1856-62 
stud. Berlin and Halle universities 1862-63; prof. Eccl. Hist 
And. Sem. from 1863, also lecturer on Past'l Theol. 1863-68 
one of editors Andover Review 1884-93; overseer and trustee 
Bowd.; trustee Abbot Acad.; d. Andover Apr. 12, 1904. D.D. 
Bowd. 1866, Harv. 1886; LL.D. Bowd. 1902. Son of William 
Smyth, class of 1825. 



1856 

GRADUATES 

Ezra Judson Alden b. Lyme, N.H. Jan. 13, 1827; Dart. 1852; ord. 
July 21, 1858; p. West Springfield, Mass. 1858-59; Sycamore, 111. 
1860-63; Naperville 1864; (Presb.) Fostoria, 0. 1865-68; (Cong.) 
Rootstown 1869-70; Medina 1870-74 and w.c. 1874-76; p. Covert, 
Mich. 1877-78; Woodstock, 111. 1879-81; bookseller (and agt 
Cong. S.S. and Pub. Soc.) Chicago, 111. 

Address 196 Cass Ave. Chicago, 111. 

Edward Sumner Atwood b. Taunton, Mass. June 4, 1833; Brown 
1852; ord. Oct. 23, 1856; p. Grantville (now Wellesley Hills), 
Mass. 1856-64; South ch. Salem from 1864; d. May 13, 1888. 
D.D. Brown 1883. 

John Stockman Batchelder b. Hampton, N.H. Nov. 29, 1825; Wms. 
1852; ord. Oct. 20, 1858; p. Jaffrey, N.H. 1858-64; West Spring- 
field, Mass. 1865; Hinsdale, N.H. 1866-71; Webster, Mass. 1871- 
74; Hampton, N.H. 1875-78; Kingston 1879-81; West Auburn, 
Me. from 1882; d. Jan. 27, 1884. 

Horatio Nelson Burton b. Washington, Vt. Dec. 17, 1826; Dart. 
1853; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1853-55; ord. Dec. 31, 1857; p. Newbury, 
Vt. 1857-69; Sandusky, O. 1869-76; Plymouth ch. Kalamazoo, 
Mich. 1876-79; Sycamore, 111. 1880-83; Union City, Mich. 1885- 
87; Lyndon and Kirby, Vt. 1888-90; w.c. Minneapolis, Minn. 
from 1890; d. Mar. 5, 1893. D.D. Dart. 1875. 

William Banfield Capron b. Uxbridge, Mass. Apr. 14, 1824; P. A.; 
Yale 1846; ord. Uxbridge Sept. 3, 1856; miss'y A.B.C.P.M. 
Madura District, India from 1856; d. Oct. 6, 1876. 

Joshua Coit b. New London, Ct. Feb. 4, 1832; Yale 1853; Univ. Halle 
1856-57; Univ. Berlin 1857-38; ord. Nov. 13, 1860; p. Brookfield, 
Mass. 1860-73 ; sec. Mass. Prison Com. 1871-74, res. Salem ; p. 
Lawrence St. ch. Lawrence 1874-83; sec. Mass. H.M. Soc. 1883- 
1904 and treas. from 1904; res. Winchester from 1883; d. Dec. 15, 
1907. 



ALUMNI 1856 277 

Amos Hill Coolidge b. Sherborn, Mass. Aug. 17, 1827; Amh. 1853; 
ord. Apr. 21, 1857; p. Leicester 1857-94; w.c. Worcester from 
1894; U.S. Chr. Com.; d. Feb. 16, 1907. 

Charles Cutler b. Lebanon, N.H. Apr. 19, 1827; P.A; Dart. 1852; 
ord. Nov. 18, 1857; p. Francestown, N.H. 1857-66; Wayne, Mich. 
1867-69; Tallmadge, 0. 1871-75; Burton 1875-83; Lexington 
1883-86; w.c. Lake Village, N.H. 1887-89; p. Hubbardston, Mass. 
1889-91; w.c. Tallmadge, 0. from 1891. Son of Calvin Cutler, 
class of 1822. Address Tallmadge, 0. 

Samuel Chase Dean b. Oakham, Mass. Mar. 28, 1823; Amh. 1853; 
ord. Reading Aug. 13, 1856; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Ahmednagar, 
India 1856-60; Satara 1860-67; res. Mont Vernon, N.H. 1867-69; 
p. Nacoochee, Ga. 1869-72; Steele City, Neb. 1872-81; Wymore 
1881-82; Plymouth 1882-85; South Bend from 1885, also Main- 
land 1885-88; d. Sept. 9, 1890. 

Lysander Dickerman b. North Bridgewater (now Brockton), Mass. 
June 8, 1825; PA.; Brown 1851; res. lie. 1857; ord. Apr. 29, 1858; 
p. Gloucester, Mass. 1858-60; Union ch. Weymouth and Braintree 
1861-67; Rindge, N.H. 1867-68; Walpole 1868-69; stud, in Halle 
and Berlin, Ger. 1870-72; p. Quincy, 111. 1872-74; Gilroy, Cal. 
1874-75 ; Chico 1875-79 ; Nicia 1879 ; lecturer on Egyptian archae- 
ology, res. Boston 1880-91 ; N.Y. City 1891-1901 ; Newton Centre, 
Mass. from 1902; d. Boston Dec. 13, 1902. D.D. Brown 1893. 

Jeremiah Lewis Diman b. Bristol, R.I. May 1, 1831; Brown 1851; 
stud. Halle, Heidelberg and Berlin 1854—56; ord. Dec. 9, 1856; 
p. First Ch. Fall River, Mass. 1856-60; Harvard ch. Brookline 
1860-64; prof. Hist, and Polit. Econ. Brown from 1864; d. Provi- 
dence, R.I. Feb. 3, 1881. D.D. Brown 1870. 

Ephraim Menachen Epstein b. Bobruisk, Minsk, Russia 12th clay of 
Adar (Mar. 17), 1829; stud. med. N.Y. City and Kingston, Can.; 
ord. by Presb 'y of Kingston Oct. 6, 1859 ; miss 'y Old Kirk Synod 
of Can. to Jews Salonica and Monastir, Syria 1862-66; surgeon 
in Gen. Hospital Vienna, Aus. and in Austrian Navy (war with 
Italy) 1866; physician in U.S. from 1867; Leavenworth, Kan.; 
Cincinnati, O.; prof. German and Hebrew Heidelberg Coll. 0. 
1878-79; pres. Univ. Dakota (now Univ. South Dakota) 1883-85; 
prof. Greek Bethany Coll. W. Va. 1885-87; West Liberty, W. Va.; 
Chicago, 111. from 1899; one of editors Amer. Jour, of Clinical 
Medicine. M.D. Coll. of Phys. and Surg. 1859; A.M. Bethany 
Coll. 1890. 

Address 334 Eastwood Ave. Ravenswood, Chicago^ 111. 

James Thomas Ford b. North Abington, Mass. Sept. 13, 1827 ; PA. ; 
Wms. 1851; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1853-55; h.m. Lamoille Co. Vt. 1856- 
57; ord. Nov. 25, 1857; p. Stowe 1857-69; Plymouth ch. Charles- 
ton, S.C. 1869-75; First ch. San Bernardino, Cal. 1875-83; gen. 



278 ALUMNI 1856 

miss'y and supt Amer. H.M. Soc. for Southern Cal. 1883-99; res. 
Los Angeles from 1887; reg'r Gen. Assoc. Southern Cal. from 
1887; trustee Pomona Coll.; d. Apr. 14, 1902. 

Isaac Smithson Hartley b. N.Y. City Sept. 24, 1830; N.Y. Univ. 
1852; Union Sem. 1853-54; a.p. Second ch. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
1856-57; res. lie. 1857; res. N.Y. City 1857-62; in Europe 1862- 
63; U.S. Chr. Com. 1863-64; ord. May 8, 1864; p. Sixth Ave. Ref. 
Dutch ch. N.Y. City 1864-69; Second Ref. ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 
1869-71; Utica, N.Y. 1871-89; ord. (Epis.) deacon Dec. .21, 1890; 
priest May 28, 1891; asst min. St. Stephen's ch. N.Y. City 1891; 
r. St. James's ch. Great Barrington, Mass. from 1892; Vedder 
lecturer Ref. Dutch Sem. New Brunswick, N.J. 1874; author of 
Hist, of Ref. Church and other books; trustee Rutgers; d. July 3, 
1899. D.D. Rutgers 1873. 

Charles Jenkins Hill b. Portland, Me. Feb. 2, 1830; Wms. 1852 
Union Sem. 1853-54; res. lie. And. Sem. 1857; ord. Jan. 28, 1857 
p. First ch. Nashua, N.H. 1857-64; Gloversville, N.Y. 1865-68 
(Presb.) Whitehall 1868-72; (Cong.) Ansonia, Ct. 1872-75 
South ch. Middletown 1875-83; Second ch. Stonington 1885-97 
foreign travel 1898-1900; res. Orange, Va. from 1900. 

Address Orange, Va. 

Oscar Blakeslee Hitchcock b. Windham (now Ashland), N.Y. May 
24, 1828; Union 1852; Yale Sem. 1852-53 and 1854-55; res. lie. 
And. Sem. 1857; a.p. Owasco Lake, N.Y. and Whitney's Point 
1859-60; hospital chap. U.S.A. Washington, D.C. and in South 
1862-65; res. Windham, N.Y. and Ithaca from 1865; d. Shelter 
Island July 7, 1897. 

Amos Howe Johnson b. Boston Aug. 4, 1831; PA.; Harv. 1853; 
res. lie. 1857; ord. Jan. 1, 1857; p. Middleton 1857-61; stud. med. 
Cambridge, Berlin and Vienna; physician Salem, Mass. from 
1866; lecturer on Relations of Physiology to Religious Experi- 
ence, And. Sem. 1874—75; representative from Middleton; deacon 
South ch. Salem;, d. May 12, 1896. M.D. Harv. 1865. 

John Denison Kingsbury b. Hanover, N.H. Apr. 19, 1831; Univ. Vt 
1852; ord. Sept. 24, 1856; p. Brandon, Vt. 1856-60; Winoosk 
1860-66; Bradford, Mass. 1866-1901 and emer.; supt Cong. H.M 
Soc. N. Mex., Ariz., Utah and Ida. from 1901. D.D. Univ. Vt 
1887. Address Bradford, Mass 

Edward Clarkson Miles b. Sharon, Ct. Oct. 2, 1831; N.Y. Univ 
1849; Union Sem. 1853-54; res. lie. And. Sem. 1857; a.p. Brook 
lyn, Ct. 1858-59; ord. June 28, 1860; p. Stratham, N.H. 1860-64 
Second ch. (West) Falmouth, Me. 1866-69; finan. agt A.B.C.F.M. 
N.Y. City 1869-71; res. Montclair, N.J. 1869-97; Glen Ridge 
1897-98; Bloomfield from 1898; d. Montclair Apr. 6, 1905. 



ALUMNI 1856 279 

Charles Fitch Morse b. Salem, Vt. July 28, 1825; Amh. 1853; ord. 
Reading, Mass. Aug. 13, 1856; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Constantinople, 
Turkey 1857-58; Adrianople 1858-63; Sofia 1863-67; Eski 
Zagra 1867-70; p. Phillipston, Mass. 1871-72; Atkinson, N.H. 
1872-75; Thetford, Vt. 1875-78; Lower Waterford 1878-80; 
Mclndoe's Falls, Barnet 1882-84, also Monroe, N.H.; w.c. St. 
Johnsbury, Vt. from 1884. 

Address 22 Mt. Pleasant St., St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

George Blagden Safford b. Boston Jan. 6, 1832; P.A; Yale 1852 
res. lie. 1858; ord. Sept. 2, 1858; p. Northbridge, Mass. 1858-60 
Third ch. Burlington, Vt. 1860-82; w.c. Andover, Mass. 1882-84 
sec. Amer. For. and Chr. Union N.Y. City 1884-85; p. Elkhart 
Ind. 1887-89; sec. Bureau of Charities Brooklyn, N.Y. from 1890 
d. Oct. 24, 1895. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1878. 

George Edward Sanborne b. Reading, Mass. Apr. 16, 1827; P.A.; 
Amh. 1853; ord. Jan. 1, 1857; p. Georgia, Vt. 1857-61; Mont 
Vernon, N.H. 1862-65; Northboro, Mass. 1865-70; supt Orphan 
Asylum Hartford, Ct. 1870-75 and steward Retreat for Insane 
1875-95; sup. Tolland 1870-72, Wethersfield Ave. ch. Hartford 
1873-75 and North ch. Enfield 1875; d. Hartford Jan. 7, 1900. 

William Ripley Tompkins b. Madison, N.Y. Mar. 19, 1826; Columb. 
1847-48; Wms. 1850; ord. Oct. 9, 1856; p. N.E. ch. Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 1856-64; Wrentham, Mass. from 1866; representative from 
Wrentham; d. Apr. 11, 1891. 

Clarendon Waite b. Hubbardston, Mass. Dec. 12, 1830 ; Brown 1852 ; 
stud. Univ. Berlin 1857; ord. Feb. 25, 1858; p. Rutland, Mass. 
1858-66; supt of freedmen Newbern, N.C. 1864; p. Crombie St. 
ch. Salem, Mass. 1866; in Cuba 1866-67; appointed acting prof. 
Eng. Lit. and Belles Lettres Beloit; d. Beloit, Wis. Dec. 16, 1867. 

Oliver Westcote Winchester b. Madrid, N.Y. Apr. 18, 1826; Midd. 
1849; ord. Shoreham, Vt. Sept. 18, 1856; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Constantinople, Turkey 1857-58; Tocat 1858-59; Sivas 1859-65; 
p. Wadham's Mills, N.Y. 1866-67; (Presb.) Beekmantown 1867- 
69; Manistee, Mich. 1869-71; Jefferson, Wis. 1872-74; Fergus 
Falls, Minn. 1875-80; Reedsburg, Wis. 1881-87; Cambria 1887- 
89; Oregon, Wis. from 1889; d. Nov. 7, 1890. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Theodore Hiram Benjamin (1853-54) b. Bethel, Ct. Mar. 11, 1827; 
Amh. 1852; Union Sem. 1854-55; d. Bethel Sept. 11, 1855. 

Augustus Hart Carrier (1853-54) b. Canton, Ct. Mar. 2, 1831 ; Yale 
1851; ord. New Haven Jan. 28, 1856; p. (Presb.) Paris, Ky. 1856- 
57; North East, Pa. 1858-63; (Cong.) Auburndale, Mass. 1863- 
66; (Presb.) Minneapolis, Minn. 1867-71; Erie, Pa. 1871-79; 



280 ALUMNI 1856 

Fourth eh. Indianapolis, Ind. 1879-85; stud. Univ. Leipsic 1885; 

p. Santa Barbara, Cal. 1886-1901 and emer. D.D. Wabash 1885. 

Address 202 Prospect St. Santa Barbara, Cal. 

Jesse Morris Cross (1853-51) b. Grantham, N.H. Feb. 24, 1828; 
a.p. Fisherville (now Penacook), Boscawen 1855^56; ord. Feb. 22, 
1859; p. (Presb.) Urbana, 0. 1859-64; Findlay 1865-69; lawyer 
Grand Haven. Mich. 1871-82; p. Granville, 0. 1883-86; Jackson- 
ville, 111. 1887-91; res. Mayfair from 1891, often sup. churches; 
trustee Univ. Wooster, O.; d. Nov. 18, 1901. D.D. 111. Coll. 1883. 

William Hawley Dickinson (1853-55) b. Hardwick, Mass. Mar. 22. 
1832; Brown 1852; Harv. Law Sch. 1856-57; lawyer N.Y. City; 
d. Saratoga Springs May 15, 1883. 

John Singleton Copley Greene (1853-54, 1855-56) res. stu. b. Boston 
Nov. 27, 1810; Harv. 1828; res. Watertown; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
Jan. 15, 1S55; priest Feb. 24, 1856; r. Grace ch. Newton 1856-64; 
cor. sec. Mass. Ch. Miss'y Soc, also asst min. St. Paul's ch. 
Brookline from 1865; d. July 6, 1872. M.D. Harv. 1831. 

Osgood Johnson (1853-55) b. Andover, Mass. July 31, 1831; P.A. ; 
Dart. 1852; prin. Woburn (Mass.) Acad. 1852-53; high sch. 
Worcester 1855-56; master high sch. Cambridge from 1856;. d. 
Apr. 14, 1857. Son of Osgood Johnson, trustee and principal 
P.A. 

Elias Osgood Libby (1853-54) b. Limerick, Me. Aug. 17, 1829; 
Bowd. 1851 ; publisher Boston ; d. New Orleans, La. Oct. 31, 1860. 

Lyman Marshall (1853-55) b. East Weare, N.H. June 20, 1823; 
Dart. 1850; ord. Oct. 8, 1856; city miss'y Manchester 1856-60; 
p. Greenfield 1860-63; Harrisville 1864-65; (Presb.) St. Peter, 
Minn. 1866-70; Greenfield, 111. 1881-82; Lebanon 1871-80, 1882- 
87 and emer. ; d. Nov. 16, 1890. 

Charles S. Marvin (1854-55) b. Walton, N.Y. Jan. 28, 1828; Del. 
Lit. Inst. N.Y.; Auburn Sem. 1856; a.p. Deansville, N.Y. 1856- 
57; ord. (Presb.) Colchester June, 1857; p. (Cong.) Harpersfield 
1857-59 and 1864—66; res. Walton, sup. various churches 1859- 
64; U.S. Chr. Com.; h.m. Io. 1868-76; p. (Presb.) New Milford 
and Gibson, Pa. 1877-79; Roxbury, Kan. 1879-81; Ness 1881-83; 
(Cong.) Lawrence 1884-85; (Presb.) Fairfield, Io. 1885-87; 
Cedar Rapids 1887-89; res. Marshall, Minn, from 1889; d. Dec. 16, 
1899. 

George Frederick Mellen (1854-55) b. Brookfield, Mass. Feb. 3, 
1821; Wesl. Univ. 1849; d. Andover, while a member of Semi- 
nary, Sept. 20, 1855. 

Nathan Wheaton Moore (1852-54) b. Warren, R.I. Nov. 30, 1832; 
Brown 1852; res. Warren 1854-64, teacher 1861-64; prin. Urban 
Sch. San Francisco, Cal. 1864-97; fanner Comfort from 1897. 

Address Comfort, Cal. 



ALUMNI 1856 281 

Edward Francis Baxter Orton (name changed to Edward Orton) 
(1854-55) b. Deposit, N.Y. Mar. 9, 1829; Ham. 1848; Lane Sem. 
1849-50; instructor Nat. Sci. Del. Lit. Inst. N.Y. 1851-52 and 
1853-54; ord. (Presb.) Delhi Jan. 1, 1856; p. Colchester 1855- 
56; prof. Nat. Sci. State Normal Sch. Albany 1856-59; prin. acad. 
Chester 1859-65; prof. Nat. Sci. Antioch Coll. 0. 1865-69 and 
pres. 1872-73; asst state geologist 0. 1869-72; pres. Ohio Univ. 
1873-81; state geologist from 1882, res. Columbus; d. Oct. 16, 
1899. Ph.D. Ham. 1875; LL.D. Ohio Univ. 1881. 

Elijah Bailey Smith (1853-55) b. Lyme, Ct. Dec. 13, 1825; Amh. 
1853; ord. (Presb.) June 10, 1858; p. Corning, N.Y. 1858-59; 
Lewinsville, Va. 1859-61; (Cong.) Durham, Ct. 1862-63; Middle 
Haddam 1863-65; w.c. Middletown 1865-72; priest evang. Cath. 
Apostolic Church Detroit, Mich., Chicago, 111., Milwaukee, Wis., 
Boston, Charlottetown, P.E.L 1872-86; Chicago, 111. 1886-88; 
N.Y. City from 1888; d. Sept. 9, 1889. 

Joseph How Tyler (1853-54) b. Pelham, N.H. Feb. 11, 1825; PA.; 
Dart. 1851; lawyer; reg. Probate and Insolv. Middlesex Co. Mass. 
from 1858; res. East Cambridge 1854-70; Winchester from 1870; 
d. July 11, 1892. 

James White (1853-55) b. Hinsdale, Mass. July 9, 1828; Wms. 
1851; in business Boston from 1854 (White, Brown and Co., im- 
porters, from 1864) ; res. Williamstown from 1886, treas. Wms. ; 
representative; senator; deacon Central ch. Boston; trustee 
Wms.; d. Sept. 3, 1895. 

Lyman Richards Williston (1853-55) b. Maui, H.I. Nov. 7, 1830; 
Amh. 1850; stud. Univ. Berlin 1855-57; master high sch. Cam- 
bridge 1857-62, head master 1870-81 and prin. Berkeley St. Sch. 
for Young Ladies 1862-70; one of supervisors of Boston schools 
1880-84; master Girls' Latin Sch. Boston 1884-91; res. Cam- 
bridge from 1891; d. Mar. 8, 1897. Son of William Richards, 
class of 1822 (adopted son of Hon. Samuel Williston). 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Nathaniel Bailey Blanchard b. Abington, Mass. July 16, 1827; PA.; 
Amh. 1853; Bangor Sem. 1855; ord. July 15, 1856; p. Edgartown, 
Mass. 1856-57; Third ch. (now ch. of Pilgrimage) Plymouth 
1857-60; First ch. North Bridgewater (now Brockton) from 1861; 
d. Concord, N.H. Aug. 7, 1862. 

Samuel Ward Boardman Class of 1855. 

Henri Byron Haskell b. Albany, Me. June 20, 1830; Bowd. Med. 
Sch. 1855; med. miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Diabekir and Mosul, Turkey 
from 1855; d. Norwich Town, Ct. Feb. 23, 1864. M.D. Bowd. 
1855. 



282 ALUMNI 1857 

Ebenezer Stevens Jordan b. Raymond, Me. Sept. 11, 1819; Bowd. 
1847; Bangor Sem. 1855; ord. Dec. 17, 1857; p. Wilton, N.H. 
185&-59; Cumberland, Me. 1859-69 and 1886-88; Bethel 1871-72; 
w.c. Exeter, N.H. 1872-74; p. Brownfield, Me. 1874-85; w.c. New 
Gloucester from 1888; d. Jan. 7, 1890. 

Theodore Thornton Munger b. Bainbridge, N. Y. Mar. 5, 1830 ; West. 
Res. 1846-47; Yale 1851; Yale Sem. 1855; ord. Feb. 6, 1856; 
p. Village ch. Dorchester, Mass. 185&-60 and w.c. 1860-64; p. 
Centre ch. Haverhill 1864-69; High St. ch. Providence, R.I. 1869- 
71; Eliot ch. Lawrence, Mass. 1871-75; San Jose, Cal. 1875-76; 
East Hartford, Ct. 1876-77; North Adams, Mass. 1877-85; United 
ch. New Haven, Ct. 1885-1901 and emer. ; author of relig. works ; 
fellow Yale. D.D. 111. Coll. 1883, Harv. 1904. 

Address 202 Prospect St. New Haven, Ct. 

Johnson Logan Tomlinson b. New Preston, Washington, Ct. May 1, 
1826; Yale Sem. 1855; a.p. Cuyahoga Falls, 0. 1856-57; Fair 
Haven, Ct. 1858-59; Bloomfield 1860; ord. Oct. 1, 1863; p. Chester, 
N.H. 1863-70; Simsbury, Ct. 1870-78 and w.c. 1883-95; Hartford 
1878-81; East Orange, N.J. from 1895; d. Sept. 19, 1906. 

Findlay Wallace b. New Mills, Ayrshire, Scot. July 24, 1826; Ban- 
gor Sem. 1855; ord. Nov. 17, 1856; p. Rockland, Me. 1856-59; 
Kirkdale, Liverpool, Eng. 1861-78 and w.c. after; d. Aintree, 
Liverpool Feb. 9, 1899. 



1857 

GRADUATES 

John Gunn Baird b. Milford, Ct. Nov. 27, 1826; Yale 1852; a.p. 
Fitzwilliam, N.H. 1857-58; res. lie. Yale Sem. 1858-59; ord. 
June 2, 1859; p. Centrebrook, Essex, Ct. 1859-65; asst sec. Ct. 
Board of Educ. 1867-83, res. New Haven and Hartford ; Ellington 
from 1885; d. Dec. 22, 1891. 

James Madison Bell b. N.Y. City Feb. 25, 1833; N.Y. Univ. 1854; 
res. lie. 1858; ord. July 21, 1858; p. Ashby, Mass. 1858-64; 
Phillips ch. Watertown 1865-71 and res. there 1885-88; p. North 
Hadley 1873-76; Second ch. (West) Medway 1876-85; Wayland 
1887-88; Lisbon, N.H. 1888-92; North Leominster, Mass. from 
1893; d. Jan. 18, 1901. 

Oliver Brown b. Kingston, R.I. Mar. 31, 1830 ; Yale 1850 ; ord. Dec. 2, 
1857; p. Kingston 1857-59; Quincy, Mass. 1859-62; South Maiden 
(now Everett) 1862-63; St. John, N.B. 1864-67; Fox Lake, Wis. 
1867-70; Breckenridge, Mo. 1870-75, also Kingston 1872-75 and 
Kidder 1874-75; pres. Thayer Coll. Mo. (later united with Drury) 
1875-76; prof. Math, and Nat. Sci. Drury 1876-77, prof. Latin 



ALUMNI 1857 283 

and Greek 1877-86; p. Marseilles, 111. 1886-88; Oneida 1888-89; 
Magnolia and Modale, Io. 1889-91; Providence, 111. 1891-92; 
North Yarmouth, Me. 1892-94, also Pownal 1892-93; West Glover, 
Vt. 1894-96; Andover, Ct. 1896-1901; Peru, Vt. 1901-03; Lisbon, 
Ct. 1904-06; Third ch. Alstead and Langdon, N.H. from 1906. 

Address Alstead, N.H. 

Abraham Burnham b. Dunbarton, N.H. Apr. 9, 1829; Dart. 1852; 
ord. Sept. 30, 1857; p. East ch. Haverhill, Mass. 1857-65; Hook- 
sett, N.H. 1865-72; East Concord 1872-78; West Stewartstown 
from 1878; d. Mar. 18, 1879. 

Ezra Hoyt Byington b. Hinesburg, Vt. Sept. 3, 1828; Univ. Vt. 
1852; ord. Feb. 23, 1859; p. Windsor 1859-69; Amer. Presb. ch. 
Montreal, Can. 1869-70; Brunswick, Me. 1871-78; w.c. Andover, 
Mass. 1879-80; p. Monson 1880-87; teacher Theol., Lay Coll. 
Revere 1887-91; lib'n N.E. Hist. Gen'l Soc. 1892-93; res. Newton 
from 1893; author of Puritan in England and New England and 
other books; d. May 16, 1901. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1890. 

Levi Henry Cobb b. Cornish, N.H. June 30, 1827; Dart. 1854; ord. 
Oct. 28, 1857; p. North Andover, Mass. 1857-64; supt freedmen's 
schools Memphis, Tenn. 1864r-65 ; instructor Kimball Union Acad. 
Meriden, N.H. 1865-67; p. Springfield, Vt. 1867-74; supt Amer. 
H.M. Soc. for Minn. 1874-81, Rocky Mt. Dist. 1881-82; sec. Cong. 
Ch. Building Soc. N.Y. City 1882-1903 and emer.; res. Maynard, 
Mass. from 1903; trustee Carleton Coll. and Rollins Coll.; d. 
Feb. 5, 1906. D.D. Dart. 1881. 

Richard Cordley b. Nottingham, Eng. Sept. 6, 1829; Univ. Mich. 
1854; one of "Kansas Band"; ord. Quindaro, Kan. Jan. 28, 1858 
(first ecclesiastical council in Kan.) ; h.m. p. Plymouth Ch. Law- 
rence 1857-75; Flint, Mich. 1875-78; Emporia, Kan. 1878-84; 
Plymouth ch. Lawrence from 1884; supt schools; one of founders 
of Washburn Coll. Kan.; author of Pioneer Days in Kansas; 
d. July 11, 1904. D.D. Univ. Kan. 1874. 

Henry Edwin Dwight b. Portland, Me. Aug. 2, 1832; Yale 1852; 
res. lie. 1859; ord. Dec. 29, 1859; p. First ch. Randolph, Mass. 
1859-62; stud. Halle, Berlin and Paris 1862-63; stud, med.; phy- 
sician Philadelphia, Pa.; d. Apr. 1, 1908. M.D. Univ. Pa. 1867; 
D.D. Washington and Lee 1882. Son of Dr. William Theodore 
Dwight, visitor. 

Henry Fairbanks b. St. Johnsbury, Vt. May 6, 1830; Dart. 1853; 
ord. St. Johnsbury Feb. 17, 1858; p. Burke 1857-58; Barnet 
1859; prof. Nat. Phil. Dart. 1859-65, prof. Nat. Hist. 1865-68 and 
trustee; res. St. Johnsbury from 1868; inventor; manufacturer, 
vice-pres. E. T. Fairbanks and Co. Ph.D. Dart. 1880. 

Address St. Johnsbury, Vt. 



284 ALUMNI 1857 

William Dodd Flagg b. Boylston, Mass. Mar. 4, 1829; Amh. 1853; 
Bangor Sem. 1854-55; ord. Glover, Vt. Jan. 6, 1858; p. Barton 
1858-59; d. Boylston, Mass. May 12, 1859. 

Henry Allen Hazen b. Hartford, Vt. Dec. 27, 1832; Dart. 1854; h.m. 
Barnard and South Bridgewater, Vt. 1857-58; ord. St. Johnsbury 
Feb. 17, 1858; p. Hardwick 1858-59; Barton 1860; West Ran- 
dolph 1861; Plymouth, N.H. 1862-68; Lyme 1868-70; Pittsfield 
1870-72; Billerica, Mass. 1874-79; clerk for secretaries A.B.C.F.M. 
1880-83; res. Auburndale from 1880; sec. N.H. Gen. Assoc. 1872- 
74; Mass. Gen. Assoc. 1888-1900; Nat'l Cong. Council from 1883 
and ed. Year-Book; sec. Alumni Assoc. And. Sem. 1880-90, edit- 
ing annual necrologies; one of compilers general catalogue And. 
Sem. 1880; one of secretaries Internat'l Cong. Council London 
1891 and 1899; assoc. ed. Cong. Quarterly 1876-78; compiler 
Ministry and Churches of N.H. ; author of history of Billerica; 
d. Hartford, Vt. Aug. 4, 1900. D.D. Marietta 1891. 

Levi Little b. Boscawen (now Webster), N.H. July 18, 1830; PA.; 
Dart. 1854; a.p. Waquoit, Falmouth, Mass. 1857-58; Monument 
ch. Sandwich 1859-60; ord. Webster, N.H. Nov. 19, 1862; p. 
Danbury 1862-65; h.m. (Presb.) Ridgway, Pa. 1865-71 and w.c. 
1873-75; Waquoit, Mass. from 1876; d. Apr. 2, 1883. 

Amzi Babbitt Lyon b. Brownhelm, 0. Mar. 22, 1831; W T est. Res. 
1850-52; Ober. 1854; Ober. Sem.; ord. West Andover Feb. 4, 
1858; p. Strongsville 1858 and 1862-64; Sylvania 1859 ; Vermilion 
1860-62; Salisbury, Vt. 1865-67; Bristol 1867-70; Ferrisburg 
1870-73; South Royalton 1873-75; West Newbury 1875-87; 
Spearfish, S.D. 1888-89; w.c. Chadron, Neb. from 1889; d. Mar. 3, 
1890. 

Hiram Mead b. Cornwall, Vt. May 10, 1827; Midd. 1850 and tutor 
1852-54; res. lie. 1858; ord. Sept. 29, 1858; p. South Hadley, Mass. 
1858-67; U.S. Chr. Com. 1864; p. Olive St. (now Pilgrim) ch. 
Nashua, N.H. 1867-69; prof. Sac. Rhet. and Past'l Theol. Ober. 
Sem. from 1870; d. Oberlin, O. May 18, 1881. D.D. Midd. 1870. 

John Moore b. Clones, Ireland Dec. 12, 1827; came to U.S. 1835; 
Harv. 1846-47; Wesl. Univ. 1847-48; ord. (Meth.) Portland, Me. 
July 1852; p. Yarmouth, South Berwick, Kennebunk, York 1852- 
54; res. lie. 1858; (Cong.) Yarmouth, N.S. 1858-59; North. Carver, 
Mass. 1859-60; Chestnut St. ch. Lynn 1860-61; South Presb. ch. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 1864-66, ed. Amer. Guardian 1866-69 and res. 
there 1870-73; Brooklyn, N.Y. 1874-77; in Scot, and Ireland; 
res. Boston from 1892. Address 133 West Springfield St. Boston. 

Grosvenor Clark Morse b. Acworth, N.H. Apr. 19, 1827; Dart. 1854; 
one of "Kansas Band"; ord. Sept. 14, 1857; h.m. p. Emporia, 
Kan. 1857-68; Grasshopper Falls 1868-70; d. Emporia July 13, 
1870. 



ALUMNI 1857 285 

Charles Newman b. Egremont, Mass. Apr. 9, 1831; Wms. 1851; ord. 
May 18, 1858; p. Torringford, Ct. 1858-62; New Lebanon, N.Y. 
1863; Lanesboro, Mass. 1863-72; West Stockbridge from 1872; 
d. May 20, 1874. 

Alpheus Sanford Nickerson b. South Dennis, Mass. Apr. 29, 1831 
P.A.; Amh. 1854; ord. Feb. 2, 1858; p. North Woburn 1857-58 
(Unit.) Chelsea 1859-64; Sterling 1864-69; Melrose 1869-70 
(Universalist) Plymouth 1871-73; (Unit.) Newport, N.H. 1874- 
76; Charlestown 1876-78; w.c. Boston 1878-83; p. Warwick 1883- 
85; w.c. Cambridge from 1887; d. South Dennis Aug. 17, 1894. 

William Alfred Packard b. Brunswick, Me. Aug. 26, 1830; PA.; 
Bowd. 1851 and tutor 1853-54; teacher PA. 1852-53; stud. Univ. 
Berlin and Univ. Gottingen 1857--59; prof. Mod. Lang. Dart. 
1859-63, prof. Greek 1863-70; prof. Latin and Science of Lang. 
N.J. Coll. 1870-1905 and emer. Ph.D. Ham. 1868; D.D. Bowd. 
1894. Address Princeton, N.J. 

Roswell Davenport Parker b. Homer, N.Y. Oct. 31, 1826; Univ. 
Mich. 1854; one of "Kansas Band"; ord. Mar. 31, 1858; h.m. p. 
Leavenworth, Kan. 1857-59; Wyandotte (now Kansas City) 1859- 
67; Manhattan 1867-81 and res. there after, ed. Telephone 1880- 
94 and Nationalist 1886-94 ; trustee Washburn Coll. Kan. ; regent 
State Agric. Coll.; d. Mar. 22, 1899. 

Charles Redfield b. Troy, N.Y. June 26, 1826; Wms. 1852; h.m. Vt. 
1857-58; ord. June 9, 1859; p. Elizabethtown, N.Y. 1858-60; 
Lewis 1860-61; First ch. Schenectady 1863-64; East Arlington, 
Vt. 1865-66, and 1868-72; Plainfield 1873-77; in business Troy, 
N.Y. 1877-81; res. Vernon, Ct. from 1882, spending winters in 
Fla., p. Mt. Dora 1892-93; d. Vernon June 24, 1893. 

Charles Edward Reed b. Taunton, Mass. Jan. 28, 1830; res. lie. 
1858; ord. Apr. 7, 1858; p. First ch. Maiden 1858-69; chap, 
senate 1867; left the ministry; ed. Davenport, Io. and Chicago, 
111.; bookseller Milwaukee, Wis. from 1882; d. June 4, 1901. 

Thomas Edward Roberts b. Ebensburg, Pa. Jan. 21, 1828 ; Jeff. Coll. 
Pa. 1854; a.p. Barkhamsted, Ct. 1858-60; h.m. Me. 1860; ord. 
Mar. 28, 186.1; p. Oskaloosa, Io. 1860-62; U.S. Chr. Com. Va.; 
p. Troy, N.H. 1862-64; Swanzey 1864-68; in business Keene 
1869-81; Trenton, N.J. from 1881; d. Red Bank Jan. 18, 1901. 

Sylvester Dana Storrs b. Virgil, N.Y. Sept. 11, 1820; Dart. 1851 
one of " Kansas Band"; ord. Jan. 28, 1858; h.m. p. Quindaro 
Kan. 1858-62, also Wyandotte (now Kansas City) 1858-59 
Atchison 1862-68; Glenwood, Io. 1868-69; h.m. p. Quindaro, Kan 
and vicinity 1869-72; supt Amer. H.M. Soc. for Kan. 1872-85 
dist. supt Amer. Bible Soc. for Kan. 1885-91; res. Topeka from 
1872; trustee Washburn Coll. Kan.; d. Mar. 7, 1896. 



286 ALUMNI 1857 

Joseph Henry Thayer b. Boston Nov. 7, 1828; Harv. 1850; Harv. 
Div. Sch. 1854-55; res. lie. And. Sem. 1858; a.p. Quincy 1858-59; 
ord. Dec. 29, 1859; p. Crombie St. eh. Salem 1859-64; chap. 40th 
Mass. Vols. Va. 1862-63; prof. Sac. Lit. And. Sem. 1864-82; prof. 
New Test. Crit. and Interpretation Harv. Div. Sch. 1884-91 and 
emer. ; one of Amer. revisers of Bible and sec. New Test, com- 
pany; editor and translator of Grimm's New Test. Lex. and editor 
of other philological works ; fellow Harv. ; d. Cambridge Nov. 27, 
1901. D.D. Yale 1873, Harv. 1884, N.J. Coll. 1896; Litt.D. Univ. 
Dublin 1892. 

William Smith Thompson b. Wilmot, N.H. Aug. 22, 1828; Dart. 
1853; res. lie. 1858; a.p. Enfield, N.H. 1858-59; Guilford, Vt. 
1859; ord. Oct. 17, 1860; p. Solon and Bingham, Me. 1860-61; 
Alna and Newcastle 1861-66; Loudon, N.H. 1867-68; Acton, Me. 
1869-85; Newington, N.H. 1885-92; res. Hampton Falls from 
1892. Address Hampton Falls, N.H. 

Lyman Warner b. Bolton, Ct. July 4, 1826; Wms. 1854; Theol. Inst. 
Ct. 1854-55; ord. Oct. 28, 1857; p. Second ch. Ashfield, Mass. 
1857-59; teacher East Hartford, Ct. 1859-62, occas. preaching; 
p. First ch. Becket, Mass. 1862-64; Rockford, Io. 1864-72; Hart- 
land, Ct. 1872-76; res. Salisbury 1876-79 and from 1885; p. 
Burlington 1879-81; West Granville, Mass. 1881-85. 

Address Salisbury, Ct. 

John Hill Windsor b. Liphook, Surrey, Eng. Dec. 19, 1827; Iowa 
1854; res. lie. 1858; ord. Dec. 22, 1858; p. St. Charles City, Io. 
1858-60; Marion 1860-64; First ch. Saco, Me. 1864-68; Grafton, 
Mass. 1868-83; Waterloo, Io. 1883-85; Belvidere, 111. 1885-88; 
Downer's Grove 1888-92; res. Lagrange from 1892, p. Geneva 
1894-96; sec. Ministerial Bureau Chicago 1896-1900. D.D. Iowa 
1898. Address 300 Ashland Ave. Lagrange, 111. 

William Windsor b. Petersfield, Eng. Sept. 17, 1830; iOwa 1854; 
ord. Apr. 28, 1858; h.m. Mitchell, Io. 1858-61; p. Edwards ch. 
Davenport 1861-66; Eddyville 1866-67; Sycamore, 111. 1867-72; 
Morrisville, NY. 1873-74; Marshalltown, Io. 1874-81; N.E. ch. 
Aurora, 111. 1881-88; res. Los Gatos, Cal. from 1888, p. Campbell 
1888-1903. D.D. Iowa 1900. 

Address R.F.D. 15, Los Gatos, Cal. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Samuel John Austin (1855-56) b. Becket, Mass. Nov. 22, 1826; 
Union 1847; Auburn Sem. 1848-49; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1854-55; 
ord. Feb. 25, 1857; p. Mason Village (now Greenville), N.H. 
1857-59; Evang'l ch. Gardner, Mass. 1859-64; Oxford 1864-68; 
Warren 1868-77; Chicopee Falls 1877-84; w.c. Darien, Ct. from 
1885; d. Stamford Aug. 18, 1899. 



ALUMNI 1857 287 

James Chaplin Beecher (1854-56) b. Boston Jan. 8, 1828; Dart. 
1848 ; sailor and officer merchant ships East India trade 1848-53 ; 
ord. May 10, 1856; chap. Seamen's Friend Soc. Canton and Hong 
Kong, China 1856-61; chap. 1st Long Island Vols. 1862; Lt. Col. 
141st N.Y. Vols. 1862-63; Lt. Col. and Col. 35th U.S.C.T. 1863- 
66; Bvt. Brig. Gen. 1866; p. Owego, N.Y. 1867-70; Poughkeepsie 
1871-73; indep. h.m. work Ulster Co. 1875-81; in charge Plym- 
outh Bethel Brooklyn 1881-82; res. Elmira from 1882; d. Aug." 25, 
1886. 

Hiram Bingham (1854-56) b. Honolulu, H.I. Aug. 16, 1831; Yale 
1853; ord. New Haven, Ct. Nov. 9, 1856; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Gilbert Islands, Micronesia from 1857, Apaiang 1857-65 and 
1868-75; capt miss'y packet Morning Star No. 2 1866-68; res. 
Honolulu, H.I. from 1876, engaged in preparing Christian lit. for 
Gilbert Islanders, and cor. sec. Hawaiian Board of Missions 
1877-80; in U.S. 1892-93 and 1904; translated Bible, hymn book, 
Bible diet, and his own commentaries into Gilbertese. D.D. Yale 
and West. Res. 1893, Oahu Coll. 1897. Son of Hiram Bingham, 
class of 1819. Address 1439 Alexander St. Honolulu, H.L 

James Lawrence Clarke (1854-56) b. Great Barrington, Mass. May 
19, 1830; Wms. 1853; teacher Pa. Inst, for Deaf and Dumb 
Philadelphia from 1858; d. Nov. 6, 1863. 

Charles Reuben Davis (1854-56) b. New London, Ct. Dec. 25, 1829; 
Marietta 1854; journalist St. Louis, Mo.; d. July 21, 1873. 

Edward Chipman Guild (1854-56) b. Brookline, Mass. Feb. 29, 
1832; Harv. 1853; Harv. Div. Sch. 1857; ord. Meadville, Pa. 
Sept. 22, 1859; p. (Unit.) Marietta, O. 1859-60; Canton, Mass. 
1861-66; Ithaca, N.Y. 1866-68; res. Andover, Mass. 1868-69, sup. 
Northboro ; p. First Indep. ch. Baltimore, Md. 1869-72 ; Waltham, 
Mass. 1873-80; w.c. Brookline 1880-85; Brunswick, Me. 1885-94; 
Pembroke 1895-96; res. Boston from 1898, p. Barnstable 1898- 
99, Pittsfield 1899 ; d. Boston Nov. 6, 1899. 

Charles Cotton Salter (1854-55) b. New Haven. Ct. Feb. 19, 1832; 
Yale 1852 and tutor 1856-57; Yale Sem. 1857; res. lie. And. Sem. 
1858; ord. Apr. 20, 1859; p. Kewanee, 111. 1859-61; chap. 13th 
Ct. Vols. La. 1862; p. Plymouth ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 1862-69; 
Brookfield, Mo. 1869-71; Pilgrim ch. Duluth, Minn. 1871-76 and 
1881-82; Denver, Col. 1877-79; Waverly, 111. 1880-81; in Europe 
1882-84, p. Amer. ch. Florence, Italy 1882-83; Bethel ch. Duluth, 
Minn, from 1887; d. Dec. 19, 1897. 

Stephen Lewis Bates Speare (1854-55) b. Corinth, Vt. May 6, 
1834; Dart. 1854; Chic. Sem. 1867-68; in business Haverhill, 
Mass. 1856-61 and 1870-73; Chicago, 111. 1862-67 and 1868-70; 
res. lie. 1874; ord. Charlestown, Mass. Jan. 30, 1874; chap. State 
Prison Charlestown 1873-77; p. First ch. Bangor, Me. 1878-81; 



288 ALUMNI 1857 

Middlebury, Vt. 1881-87; Pilgrim ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 1890- 
91; in business Boston from 1891, res. Newton; d. June 3, 1907. 

Abner Leavenworth Train (185^55) b. Milford, Ct. Sept. 16, 1830; 
Yale 1853; stud, law; lawyer Hartford and Milford; private sec. 
to Gideon Welles, Sec. of Navy Washington 1862-63; dep. coll'r 
New Haven, Ct. 1864-65, also assoc. ed. Journal and Courier; 
ed. and prop'r Daily Palladium 1865-73; res. N.Y. City from 
1873; sec. State Forestry Com. from 1886; representative, Ct. 
and clerk of House of Representatives; d. Albany, N.Y. Feb. 10, 
1891. Son of Asa Milton Train, class of 1829. 

Lot Norton Woodruff (1854-57) b. Westfield, N.J. May 29, 1832; 
Marietta 1853; ord. Jan. 6, 1858; p. Glover, Vt. 1857-58; Gays- 
ville 1858-60; Hudson, Wis. 1860-62; Wabasha, Minn. 1862-64; 
Falls Village, Canaan, Ct. 1865-66; w.c. Beverly, N.J. 1866-71; 
Marietta, O. 1871-73; p. (Presb.) Amesville and New England 
1873-82; w.c. Athens 1882-84; Marietta from 1885; d. Perth 
Amboy, N.J. Mar. 26, 1891. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Amos Abbott b. Wilton, N.H. June 2, 1812; P.A.; supt mission 
schools A.B.C.F.M. Western India 1834-47; city miss'y Man- 
chester, N.H. 1850-51; Portsmouth 1851-56; ord. Portsmouth 
June 5, 1857; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. India 1857-69; stud, med.; 
physician Nashua, N.H. 1869-74; Steele City, Neb. 1874-87, also 
h.m. Alexandria 1876-77, Fairfield 1877-78 and Otoe's Res'n 
1878-79; res. Ryde, Isle of Wight, Eng. from 1887; d. Apr. 24, 
1889. M.D. Hahnemann Med. Coll. Pa. 1871. 

Lysander Dickerman Class of 1856. 

Isaac Smithson Hartley Class of 1856. 

Charles Jenkins Hill Class of 1856. 

Oscar Blakeslee Hitchcock Class of 1856. 

Everett Beman Hurlbut Class of 1855. 

Amos Howe Johnson Class of 1856. 

Edward Clarkson Miles Class of 1856. 

Cuthbert H. Powell from N.Y.; a.p. Long Ridge, Stamford, Ct. 
1860-61. 

Andrew Jackson Willard b. Harvard, Mass. Mar. 19, 1832; Yale 
1853; Yale Sem. 1856; ord. Apr. 30, 1857; p. Upton, Mass. 1857- 
65; Essex, Vt. 1867-71, also Essex Junction 1869-70; stud, med.; 
physician; instructor Chem. Med. Coll. Univ. Vt. 1881-90, also 
prof. San. Science 1889-90; supt Mary Fletcher Hospital Bur- 
lington 1881-87 and prop'r Sanitarium 1887-92; res. Burlington 
(winters in South) 1892-1905; Swanton from 1905; d. Mar. 5, 
1907. M.D. Univ. Vt. 1877. 



ALUMNI 1858 289 

1858 

GRADUATES 

Abram Elisha Baldwin b. Goshen, Ct. Nov. 18, 1830; Yale 1854; 
ord. Feb. 28, 1860; p. Akron, 0. 1858-62; Ann Arbor, Mich. 1862- 
67; Lincoln, 111. 1867-70; Memphis, Tenn. 1870-74; (Presb.) 
Bound Brook, N.J. 1875-83; w.c. New Brunswick from 1883; 
d. Oct. 26, 1886. 

William James Batt b. Fall River, Mass. Oct. 5, 1834 ; Brown 1855 ; 
a.p. Niagara City, N.Y. 1858-59; res. lie. 1859; ord. Sept. 29, 
1859; p. Stoneham, Mass. 1859-61 and 1875-85; Bedford 1861-65; 
Leominster 1865-74 ; travel in Cal., preaching in Eureka and else- 
where 1874-75; chap. Mass. Reformatory Concord from 1885; 
pres. Nat'l Chaplains' Assoc. 1897-1906; first pres. Internat'l 
Chaplains' Assoc. Budapest, Austria 1905. 

Address Concord Junction, Mass. 

Charles Robinson Bliss b. Longmeadow, Mass. Nov. 5, 1828; Wms. 
1854; res. lie. 1859; ord. Apr. 28, 1859; p. (Presb.) Beverly, N.J. 
1858-61; (Cong.) South Reading (now Wakefield), Mass. 1862- 
77; prof. Sac. Hist, and Spanish Lang, and Lit. Colorado Coll. 
1878-79; sec. New West Educ. Com. 1880-93; ed'l sec. Cong. 
Educ. Soc. 1893-97; finan. agt Salt Lake Coll. 1897-99; res. 
Wakefield and Longmeadow, Mass. from 1897; del. to Internat'l 
Council London 1891; d. Longmeadow Feb. 26, 1901. 

Joshua Metcalf Chamberlain b. West Brookfield, Mass. Oct. 2, 1825 ; 
Dart. 1855; res. lie. 1859; a.p. Dubuque, Io. 1859; ord. Dec. 14, 
1859; p. Des Moines 1859-65; U.S. Chr. Com. Sherman's Army 
1863; agt Amer. Miss'y Assoc, for Io. 1865-66; p. Eddyville 
1867-68; treas. Iowa Coll. 1868-87, lib'n 1889-96 and trustee; 
ed. and pub. Grinnell Herald 1869-73 and Grinnell Independent 
1881-84; chap. Io. legislature; mem. city council; d. Grinnell 
Nov. 12, 1897. 

Charles Wallace Clark b. Georgia, Vt. Oct. 25, 1831; Univ. Vt. 
1855; a.p. Ludlow 1858-59; Essex 1859-60; ord. June 13, 1861; 
p. Island Pond 1861-63; Rochester 1863; Hartland 1864-69; 
Charlotte 1869-71; Gaysville 1871-78, also Pittsfield 1874-78; 
Georgia from 1879. Address R. F. D. 2, St. Albans, Vt. 

James Franklin Clarke b. Buckland, Mass. Jan. 31, 1832; Amh. 
1854; h.m. Bridgewater, Vt. 1858-59; ord. Holden, Mass. Apr. 14, 
1859; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Philippopolis, Bulgaria 1859-71; Samo- 
kov 1871-1905, teacher and prin. Colleg. and Theol. Inst.; Sofia 
from 1905; active in relief work for Bulgarian refugees; trans- 
lated text-books into Bulgarian. D.D. Amh. 1894. 

Address 40 Belcheff St. Sofia, Bulgaria. 



290 ALUMNI 1858 

James Cniickshanks b. Haddington, Scot. Nov. 12, 1828 ; Yale 1855 ; 
Yale Sem. 1855-57; ord. Sept. 8, 1858; p. Winthrop ch. South 
Maiden (now Everett), Mass. 1858-59; Second Presb. ch. New- 
buryport 1860-62; (Cong.) Spencer 1863-71; Webster Groves, 
Mo. 1871-74; (Presb.) Rockford, 111. 1875-78; Kenosha, Wis. 
1879-80; (Ref. Dutch) Metuchen, N.J. 1882-87; First Presb. ch. 
Ovid, N.Y. from 1887; d. Chicago, 111. June 3, 1889. 

William Eastman Dickinson b. Amherst, Mass. June 11, 1832; Amh. 
1855; Union Sem. 1855-57; ord. Dec. 19, 1860; p. Orleans, Mass. 
1860-62; Sprague, Ct. 1863-65; Montville 1865-68; Canton, Mass. 
1868-70; Walpole, N.H. 1870-75; First ch. Chicopee, Mass. 1876- 
87; Fitzwilliam, N.H. 1887-91; res. Amherst, Mass. from 1891, 
p. Zion Chapel 1894-1903; d. Mar. 15, 1905. 

John Dolbeer Emerson b. Candia, N.H. May 29, 1828; Dart. 1853; 
ord. Oct. 1, 1858; p. Haverhill 1858-67; Second ch. Biddeford, 
Me. 1868-76; Underhill, Vt. 1876-83, also Jericho 1878-83; w.c. 
Kennebunk, Me. 1883-88 ; Biddeford from 1888 ; d. Acton Apr. 13, 
1897. 

Franklin Ebenezer Fellows b. Weathersfield, Vt. Feb. 23, 1827; 
Olivet 1849; Dart. 1855; ord. Dec. 15, 1858; p. Kennebunk, Me. 
1858-65; Bridgton 1866-68; Sutton, Mass. 1869-71; Griswold, Ct. 
1871-75; Bozrah 1875-82; w.c. Norwich from 1882; d. May 17, 
1900. 

William Henry Fenn b. Charleston, S.C. Mar. 1, 1834; P.A.; Yale 
1854; teacher Latin and Greek P.A. 1854-55; ord. Feb. 10, 1859; 
p. Franklin St. ch. Manchester, N.H. 1858-66; High St. ch. Port- 
land, Me. 1866-1904 and emer.; trustee Bangor Sem. D.D. Yale 
1874. Address 39 Deering St. Portland, Me. 

Constans Libertie Goodell b. Calais, Vt. Mar. 16, 1830; Univ. Vt. 
1855; res. lie. 1859; ord. Feb. 2, 1859; p. South ch. New Britain, 
Ct. 1859-72; Pilgrim ch. St. Louis, Mo. from 1873; lecturer And. 
Sem. 1882-83; d. Feb. 1, 1886. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1877. 

John Alexander Hamilton b. Chester, Mass. Dec. 8, 1829; Amh. 
1853; ord. Jan. 29, 1861; asst p. First ch. Keene, N.H. 1858-61 
and assoc. p. 1861-67; chap. 6th N.H. Vols. 1862-63; p. Olivet ch. 
Springfield, Mass. 1867; Davenport, Io. 1867-71; First ch. Nor- 
walk, Ct. 1874-82; sec. Amer. Coll. and Educ. Soc. (now Cong. 
Educ. Soc.) Boston 1884-99; del. to Internat'l Council London 
1891 ; res. Cambridge from 1902. D.D. Amh. 1885. 

Address 84 Raymond St. Cambridge, Mass. 

Nathan Sherburn Haseltine b. Chester, N.H. Mar. 29, 1829; P.A.; 
Dart. 1855; ord. Jan. 13, 1859; p. Springfield, Vt. from 1859; 
d. Jan. 22, 1860. 



ALUMNI 1858 291 

Hiram Lowell Howard b. Ware, Mass. Nov. 3, 1827; Yale 1855; 
a.p. Pelham, Mass. 1858-60; Second ch. Ashfield 1860-61; Bur- 
lington 1861-63; ord. Chelsea Apr. 10, 1864; chap. 59th Mass. 
Vols. 1864-65; p. (Presb.) Odessa, Del. 1865-67; asst p. ch. of 
New Testament Philadelphia, Pa. 1867-68; (Cong.) Cambridge, 
0. 1869; Ruggles 1869; Atkinson, 111. 1870-72; Aledo 1873; 
Lisbon 1874-77; Fairview, Kan. 1878; Centralia 1879-80; Leroy 
and Williamstown, Mich. 1882; Rock Creek, O. 1884; Dover, 
Mass. 1885; Chester Centre 1889-91; in Soldiers' Home Chelsea; 
res. Worcester from 1893; d. July 25, 1901. 

Ephraim Orcutt Jameson b. Dunbarton, N.H. Jan. 23, 1832; Dart. 
1855; h.m. Vt. and N.H. 1858; ord. Mar. 1, 1860; p. East Concord 
1859-65; Union ch. Amesbury and Salisbury, Mass. 1865-71; 
First ch. (East) Medway (now Millis) 1871-93; res. Boston from 
1893; supervisor Emerson Coll. of Oratory from 1894; author of 
history of Medway and genealogies; d. Nov. 9, 1902. 

Chester Daniel Jefferds b. Dixfield, Me. Feb. 20, 1828; Amh. 1855; 
ord. Oct. 20, 1858; p. Chester, Vt. from 1858; d. Nov. 20, 1862. 

William Anderson McGinley b. Fairfield, Pa. Feb. 15, 1831; Jeff. 
Coll. Pa. 1846-48; Pa. Coll. Gettysburg (1850) ; stud, law Gettys- 
burg; lawyer Toledo and Muscatine, Io. ; instructor Latin and 
Greek Univ. Iowa ; Ober. Sem. 1856-57 ; ord. June 2, 1859 ; p. 
Shrewsbury, Mass. 1859-65 and 1891-95; U.S. Chr. Com. Antie- 
tam and Gettysburg; p. North ch. Newburyport 1865-68; Glovers- 
ville, N.Y. 1869-74; Ross St. Presb. ch. Brooklyn 1874-78; 
(Cong.) Second ch. Greenfield, Mass. 1878-79; North ch. Ports- 
mouth, N.H. 1879-89; Emporia, Kan. 1889-91; Chula Vista, Cal. 
from 1895 ; d. May 25, 1896. A.M. hon. Dart. 1885. 

William Ward Meriam b. Princeton, Mass. Sept. 15, 1830; Harv. 
1855; ord. Cambridgeport Nov. 29, 1858; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Philippopolis, Bulgaria from 1859; murdered by brigands on the 
road from Constantinople to Philippopolis July 3, 1862. 

James Orton b. Seneca Falls, N.Y. Apr. 21, 1830; Wms. 1855; ord. 
July 11, 1860; p. Greene, N.Y. 1860-61; Thomaston, Me. 1861-63; 
Brighton, N.Y. 1864-69, also instructor Nat. Sciences Univ. 
Rochester 1867-68; prof. Nat. Hist. Vassar from 1869; d. on 
Lake Titicaca, South America Sept. 25, 1877. Ph.D. Wms. 1876. 

William Wheeler Parker b. Princeton, Mass. Mar. 2, 1824; ord. 
Dec. 28, 1858; p. York, Me. 1858-61; East Cambridge, Mass. 1861- 
64; Groton 1865-68; Williamsburg 1869-73; West Boylston 1873- 
77; p. First ch. Milton 1878-80; Holden 1882-85; Wayland 1885- 
87; Pigeon Cove 1888-89; Harwichport 1889-90; First ch. West 
Newbury 1891-92; Oakham from 1893; res. West Boylston from 
1877; d. Oakham Sept. 22, 1894. 



292 ALUMNI 1858 

Francis Brown Perkins b. Boston Aug. 7, 1833; Wms. 1854; a.p. 
Central ch. Dracut 1858-59; ord. Feb. 15, 1860; p. Montague 
1860-64; U.S. Chr. Com. 1863; chap. 10th Mass. Vols. 1863-64; 
p. Mather (now Central) ch. Jamaica Plain 1864-70; Oxford 
Presb. ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1871-72; dist. sec. Amer. Tract Soc. 
for N.E. Boston 1872-76; supt Amer. H.M. Soc. for Col. Denver 
1876-77; p. Sonoma, Cal. 1877-79; Grass Valley 1880; Stock- 
bridge, Mass. 1880-85; Second ch. San Diego, Cal. 1887-90; San 
Lorenzo 1890-93; res. Oakland from 1893, sup. various churches 
and asst ed. Pacific; d. St. Helena Nov. 14, 1906. 

Albert Hale Plumb b. Gowanda, N.Y. Aug. 23, 1829; Ober. 1851-52; 
Brown 1855; ord. Nov. 10, 1858; p. Winnisimmet (now First) ch. 
Chelsea, Mass. 1858-71; Walnut Ave. ch. Roxbury 1872-1907 and 
emer. ; d. Dec. 4, 1907. D.D. Brown 1872. 

Evarts Scudder b. Boston Jan. 2, 1833; Wms. 1854; ord. June 1, 
1859; p. Kent, Ct. 1859-67; Great Barrington, Mass. from 1867; 
pub. memoir of his brother, David Coit Scudder, class of 1859; 
d. N.Y. City May 15, 1886. 

Uriel Whitney Small b. Pownal, Me. July 23, 1825; Amh. 1854; res. 
lie. 1859; ord. Sept. 22, 1859; p. Sterling, 111. 1859-64; Lisbon 
1864-69; Cumberland Centre, Me. 1870-71; h.m. Pomona, Tenn. 
1871-73; p. Turner, Me. 1874-76; Wilton 1876-80; h.m. Prince- 
ton, Minn. 1882-83; Oneida, (So.) Dak. 1884-86; p. New Brain- 
tree, Mass. 1887-94; w.c. West Leeds, Me. from 1896; d. Nov. 1, 
1905. 

Edward Payson Thwing b. Ware, Mass. Aug. 25, 1830; Harv. 1855; 
ord. Sept. 22, 1858; p. St. Lawrence St. ch. Portland, Me. 1858- 
62; Quincy, Mass. 1862-67; travel in Europe 1867-69; p. Second 
ch. (Saccarappa) Westbrook, Me. 1869-71; lecturer on Eloc. and 
Rhet. Gorham Acad. 1871-74 ; prof. Sac. Rhet. and Vocal Culture 
Tabernacle Lay Coll. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1874-78, also p. ch. of 
Covenant 1876-79; (Ref.) Peekskill 1881; First Identity ch. 
Brooklyn 1884 and St. Matthew's Luth. ch. 1885-86; visited mis- 
sion stations in Japan, China and India 1889 and 1892-93; d. 
Canton, China May 9, 1893. Ph.D. Wesl. Univ. 111. 1883; M.D. 
Long Is. Coll. Hospital 1886. 

Joseph Torrey b. Burlington, Vt. Dec. 25, 1832; Univ. Vt. 1852; a.p. 
Sherbrooke, Can. 1858-59; ord. May 30, 1860; p. East Hardwick, 
Vt. 1860-75; Yarmouth, Me. 1875-85; Bar Harbor 1885-90; w.c. 
Lynn, Mass. 1890-93; p. Shirley 1893-1906; res. Akron, O. from 
1907. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1879. Son of Joseph Torrey, class of 
1819. Address Akron, O. 

Alexander Stevenson Twombly b. Boston Mar. 14, 1832; Yale 1854; 
stud. Univ. Heidelberg; ord. Feb. 10, 1859; p. (Presb.) Cherry 
Valley, N.Y. 1859-62; State St. ch. Albany 1862-67; U.S. Chr. 



ALUMNI 1858 293 

Com. 1864; p. First Presb. ch. Stamford, Ct. 1868-72; (Cong.) 
Winthrop ch. Boston 1872-91; res. Newton from 1891 (sup. Cen- 
tral Union ch. Honolulu, H.I. 1894) ; pub. books on Hawaii and 
literary subjects; d. Nov. 19, 1907. D.D. Yale 1883. 

Nathaniel Lord Upham b. Concord, N.H. Apr. 28, 1833 ; P.A. ; Dart. 
1853; sec. Com. on Claims between U.S. and Great Brit., London 
1853-55; ord. Mar. 10, 1859; p. Manchester, Vt. 1858-62; (Presb.) 
Flemington, N.J. 1862-63; chap. 35th N.J. Vols. 1863-65; p. 
Reaville 1865-71; Merchantville "1874-82 ; cor. sec. Presb. Min- 
isters' Fund Philadelphia, Pa. 1882-93, Philadelphia Tract and 
Mission Soc. 1893-1902 and res. there 1902-07; Duluth, Minn, 
from 1907. Address 1523 E. Third St. Duluth, Minn. 

George Thomas Washburn b. Lenox, Mass. Sept. 5, 1832; Wms. 
1855; stud. med. N.Y. City; h.m. East Guilford, Vt. 1858-59; ord. 
Lenox, Mass. Mar. 24, 1859; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Madura District, 
India 1860-1900, pres. Pasumalai Theol. Sem. 1870-1892 and pres. 
Pasumalai Coll. 1881-1900; res. Meriden, Ct. from 1900; fellow 
Madras Univ. D.D. Wms. 1889. 

Address 183 Kensington Ave. Meriden, Ct. 

Henry Willard b. Troy, N.Y. Sept. 11, 1830; Dart. 1851; Princ. Sem. 
1856; ord. Pittsfield, O. Oct. 20, 1858; p. (Presb.) Monroeville 
1858-59; (Cong.) Zumbrota, Minn. 1859-63; Plainview 1863-80; 
gen. miss'y Amer. H.M. Soc. for Northern Dak. 1880; p. Mantor- 
ville, Minn. 1881-84; Crystal Lake, 111. 1884-85; res. Chicago 
from 1886; d. June 24, 1904. 

NON-GRADUATES 

John Anketell (name changed from John Henry Anketell) (1856-57) 
b. New Haven, Ct. Mar. 8, 1835; Yale 1855; stud. Univ. Halle 
1857-58; Yale Sem. 1859; ord. (Epis.) deacon Dec. 29, 1859; 
priest Dec. 22, 1860; r. St. Luke's ch. Darien, Ct. 1860-61; St. 
Paul's ch. Windham 1862-64; St. James's ch. Winsted 1865; 
asst min. Trinity ch. Newport, R.I. 1866-67; ch. of Holy Trinity 
St. Anthony's Falls, Minn. 1867; St. Paul's ch. Havana, N.Y. 
1867-68, also prof. Lang. Masonic Sch.; r. St. John's Amer. ch. 
Dresden, Ger. 1869; St. Peter's ch. Oxford, Ct. 1873-75; asst min. 
St. Thomas's ch. N.Y. City 1875-77; prof. Hebrew and Greek 
Exegesis Seabury Div. Sch. Faribault, Minn. 1877; r. Christ ch. 
Austin 1878-80; St. Mark's ch. New Castle, N.Y. 1880-82; chap. 
St. Barnabas 's ch. N.Y. City 1884-86, Bellevue Hospital 1886-87; 
min. Trinity ch. Tilton, N.H. 1888-89; r. St. James's ch. Hyde- 
ville, Vt. 1891-95; St. Andrew's ch. Walden, N.Y. 1895-99; w.c. 
Mt. Kisco 1899-1903; r. Christ ch. West Burlington from 1903; 
d. Mar. 9, 1905. 

Lucius Erastus Barnard (1855-57) b. Waitsfield, Vt. June 14, 1828; 
Univ. Vt. 1853; Auburn Sem. 1858; a.p. (Presb.) Hannibal, N.Y. 



294 ALUMNI 1858 

1858-59; ord. Mar. 8, 1859; p. Amboy 1859-60; (Cong.) Wau- 
kegan, 111. 1860-62; Georgia, Vt. 1863-64; left the ministry; res. 
Galesburg, 111. from 1874; d. Jan. 30, 1900. 

Warren Brooks (1855-57) b. Townsend, Mass. Feb. 15, 1831; Yale 
1851-53 ; Harv. 1855 ; d. Townsend, while a member of Seminary, 
Feb. 4, 1857. 

Edmund Woodward Brown (1855-56) b. Burdett, N.Y. Nov. 3, 1831; 
Yale 1855; Union Sem. 1858; a.p. Second Presb. ch. Alexandria, 
Va. 1858-59; ord. Jan. 9, 1861; p. West Dresden, N.Y. 1859-65 
and 1879-82; synod '1 miss'y Northern N.Y. 1865-66; p. Carthage 
1867-69; North Bergen 1869-70; Wellsville 1871-74; Burdett 
1874-78 and 1888-94; Marathon 1886-88; res. Palo Alto, Cal. 
from 1895, ed. Occident 1898-99; d. San Francisco May 29; 1902. 

Smith Norton (1856-58) b. Madison, Me. Apr. 18, 1824; Ober. 1855; 
Newton Sem. 1855-56; Ober. Sem. 1858; ord. Lebanon, O. Feb. 22, 
1859; p. Granville, 111. i859-60; Churchill, N.Y. 1861-62; h.m. 
Mich, and Ind. 1862-67; p. East Concord, N.H. 1867-69; h.m. 
Baraboo, Wis. 1869-70; supt ladies' coll. Evanston, 111. 1871-74; 
p. Bethlehem, N.H. 1880-82; Pierre, Dak. 1882-84; gen. miss'y 
Dak. 1884-85, Wis. 1889-90; p. Shoreham, Vt. 1890-93; Newfane 
1895-1900; res. Oberlin, 0. from 1900. 

Address 139 Main St. Oberlin, O. 

Alpheus Justus Pike (1855-57) b. Topsfield, Mass. Mar. 7, 1828; 
Dart. 1855; a.p. Pomfret, Vt. 1857-58; Theol. Inst. Ct. in 1858; 
ord. Mar. 9, 1859; p. Marlboro, Ct. 1858-67; agt Amer. Miss'y 
Assoc. Northern N.Y. 1867-68; p. Sauk Centre, Minn. 1868-77; 
agt Freedmen's Aid Soc. Eng. 1880-81; h.m. Northern Dak. 1881- 
87; res. Sauk Centre, Minn, from 1887; trustee Fargo Coll.; 
d. Jan. 24, 1901. 

John Edwards Todd (1855-56) b. Northampton, Mass. Dec. 6, 1833; 
Yale 1855; teacher Latin and Greek P.A. 1855-56; engineering 
on Lake Superior 1856-57; stud, law Pittsfield, Mass. 1857-58; 
stud, theol. privately 1858-59; ord. Feb. 2, 1860; p. Central ch. 
Boston 1860-69; Chapel St. ch. (later ch. of the Redeemer) New 
Haven, Ct. 1869-90; res. Riverside, Cal. after; author of life of 
his father, Dr. John Todd, class of 1825; d. Aug. 3, 1907. D.D. 
Yale 1879. 

Charles Augustus Young (1855-56) b. Hanover, N.H. Dec. 15, 1834; 
Dart. 1853; teacher Latin and Greek P.A. 1853-55; prof. Math, 
and Nat. Phil. West. Res. 1856-66; Capt. in 85th Ohio Vols. 1862; 
connected with national survey of Great Lakes; prof. Nat. Phil, 
and Astron. Dart. 1866-77; prof. Astron. N.J. Coll. (later Princ. 
Univ.) 1877-1905 and emer.; res. Hanover, N.H. from 1905; dis- 
tinguished for investigations and discoveries in solar astronomy; 
lecturer at many schools and colleges; author of text-books; d. 



ALUMNI 1859 295 

Jan. 3, 1908. Ph.D. Univ. Pa. 1870, Ham. 1871; LL.D. Wesl. 
Univ. 1876, Columb. 1887, West. Res. 1893, Dart. 1903, Princ. 
Univ. 1905. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

James Madison Bell Class of 1857. 

Charles Brooks b. Townsend, Mass. Mar. 24, 1831; Yale 1853; Yale 
Sem. 1855-57; ord. June 16, 1858; p. Byfield, Mass. 1858-63; 
Unionville, Ct. 1864-65; d. Townsend, Mass. June 11, 1866. 

Hiram Mead Class of 1857. 

John Moore Class of 1857. 

Charles Edward Reed Class of 1857. 

George Blagden Safford (1856-58) Class of 1856. 

Charles Cotton Salter Class of 1857. 

Joseph Henry Thayer Class of 1857. 

William Smith Thompson Class of 1857. 

Kinsley Twining b. West Point, N.Y. July 18, 1832; Yale 1853; 
Yale Sem. 1856; ord. Aug. 26, 1858; p. Hinsdale, Mass. 1858-64; 
First Cong. ch. San Francisco, Cal. 1864-65; First ch. Cambridge- 
port, Mass. 1867-72; Union ch. Providence, R.I. 1872-75; travel 
and study in Europe 1875-79; lit. ed. Independent N.Y. City 
1880-98 ; lit. ed. Evangelist from 1898 ; res. Morristown, N.J. from 
1880; d. New Haven, Ct. Nov. 4, 1901. D.D. Yale 1884; L.H.D. 
Ham. 1893. Son of Alexander Catlin Twining, class of 1824. 

George Leon Walker b. Rutland, Vt. Apr. 30, 1830; ord. Oct. 13, 
1858; p. State St. ch. Portland, Me. 1858-67; First ch. New 
Haven, Ct. 1868-73; res. Brattleboro, Vt. 1874-79, p. Centre ch. 
1875-77; First ch. Hartford, Ct. 1879-92 and emer.; author of 
historical and religious books; fellow Yale; visitor And. Sem.; 
d. Mar. 14, 1900. A.M. hon. Midd. 1858; D.D. Yale 1870. Son 
of Charles Walker, class of 1821. 

John Hill Windsor Class of 1857. 



1859 

GRADUATES 

Solon Albee b. Langdon, N.H. Apr. 14, 1827; Midd. 1851 and tutor 
1854-55 ; tutor Lafayette 1852-54 ; teacher Burr and Burton Sem. 
Manchester, Vt. 1860-62 and 1864-66; prin. Dummer Acad. 
Byfield, Mass. 1863-64; instructor Latin and Nat. Hist. Midd. 
1859-60, prof. Latin 1866-80; res. Middlebury, Vt. and Langdon, 
N.H. from 1880; d. Middlebury Nov. 30, 1894. Ph.D. Maryville 
Coll. Tenn. 1889. 



296 ALUMNI 1859 

William Frederick Arms b. Hebron, Ct. Feb. 24, 1831; Yale 1853; 
ord. Norwich, Ct. Jan. 26, 1860; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Eski Zagra, 
Bulgaria 1860-62; p. Newtown, Ct. 1863-64; First ch. Greenwich 
186^-66; (Presb.) Nicholson, Pa. 1867-73; Second ch. Wantage, 
N.J. 1873-75; (Cong.) Sunderland, Mass. 1875-88; Terryville, Ct. 
1888-93; Essex 1893-1903; res. Terryville from 1903, sup. various 
churches; d. Hartford Nov. 20, 1905. 

Franklin Deming Ayer b. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Dec. 19, 1832; Dart. 
1856; a.p. Central ch. Dracut, Mass. 1859-60; ord. May 1, 1861; 
p. Milford, N.H. 1861-67; First ch. Concord 1867-97 and emer.; 
sec. N.H. Gen. Assoc. 1871-80 ; res. Concord, and Philadelphia, Pa. 
from 1898; del. to Internat'l Prison Congress London 1872 and 
to Internat'l Cong. Council 1891. D.D. Dart. 1887. 

Address 3739 Walnut St. Philadelphia, Pa.; (in summer) 

Pigeon Cove, Mass. 

Benjamin Braman b. Norton, Mass. Nov. 23, 1831; Brown 1854; act- 
ing prof. Latin Lang, and Lit. Univ. Mich. 1855-56; a.p. Shutes- 
bury, Mass. 1860 ; prin. Westport Acad. 1862-63 ; teacher Astoria, 
N.Y. 1863-64; N.Y. City 1865-88, pres. N.Y. Microscopical Soc. 
and ed. of its journal; res. Norton, Mass. from 1888; d. Jan. 20, 
1889. 

Augustus Chandler b. North Woodstock, Ct. Dec. 1, 1830; Wms. 
1855; ord. Sept. 12, 1860; p. Saxton's River, Vt. 1860-61; 
Lempster, N.H. 1861-64; Strafford, Vt. 1864-67; Dummerston 
1867-70; res. Brattleboro from 1870, ed. and proper Record and 
Farmer from 1875; d. Mar. 26, 1880. 

John Henry Dodge b. Wenham, Mass. Feb. 14, 1828; Amh. 1856; 
ord. Wenham Sept. 21, 1859; miss'y Amer. Miss'y Assoc. Mendi, 
West Africa 1859-61; p. Wendell, Mass. from 1861; d. June 18, 
1863. 

George Dustan b. Lebanon, N.H. Nov. 26, 1828; Dart. 1852; ord. 
Oct. 19, 1859; p. Peterboro, N.H. 1859-84; Boxboro and South 
Acton, Mass. 1884^86; chap. Insane Retreat Hartford, Ct. 1886- 
87 and supt Orphan Asylum 1887-1901; representative, N.H. ; 
d. Mar. 27, 1902. 

Elijah Stites Fairchild b. Mendham, N.J. May 23, 1833; N.J. Coll. 
1856; ord. Jan. 11, 1860; p. Morrisania, N.Y. 1860-61; Orient 
1861-62; Oyster Bay 1862-65; (Ref. Dutch) Flushing 1866-72 
and College Point 1871-78; Old Ref. ch. N.Y. City 1880-86; res. 
Flushing 1886-89; Chicago, 111. 1889-1900, sup. Presb. churches, 
and w.c. from 1900. Address 51 St. Clair St. Chicago, 111. 

Nathaniel Porter Gilbert b. Pittsford, Vt. Feb. 17, 1831; Univ. Vt. 
1854; stud, med.; res. lie. 1860; ord. Rutland July 18, 1860; 
miss'y Amer. For. and Chr. Union Chili, South America 1860-71 
and dist. sec. for N.E. 1871-73; p. Clarendon, Vt. 1874-75; 
Hubbardton 1876; d. July 1, 1876. 



ALUMNI 1859 297 

Zenas Goss b. Lower Waterford, Vt. Oct. 11, 1832; Dart. 1856; ord. 
Waterford Jan. 11, 1860; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Turkey from 1860; 
d. Marash Aug. 28, 1864. 

Austin Hazen b. Hartford, Vt. Feb. 14, 1835; Univ. Vt. 1855; ord. 
Mar. 29, 1860; p. Norwich 1859-64; Jericho Centre 1864-84 and 
Richmond from 1875; d. at sea on vacation voyage to Europe, 
May 22, 1895. 

George Frederick Herrick b. Milton, Vt. Apr. 19, 1834; Univ. Vt. 
1856; ord. Essex Sept. 7, 1859; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Turkey from 
1859; Constantinople 1859-70, 1873-78, 1883-85 and from 1893; 
instructor Theol. Sem. Marsovan 1870-73 and 1879-93, also pres. 
Anatolia Coll. 1886-93; spent many years in revision of Turkish 
Scriptures; translated theological text-books and commentaries 
into Turkish, Armenian or Greek. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1878. 

Address Bible House, Constantinople, Turkey. 

Henry Lynes Hubbell b. Wilton, Ct. June 24, 1830; Yale 1854; 
Union Sem. 1856-57; res. lie. And. Sem. 1861; ord. Apr. 24, 1861; 
p. First ch. Amherst, Mass. 1861-65; Unionville, Ct. 1866-68; 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 1869-76; Jamestown, N.Y. 1880-86; Austin, 
Tex. 1886-89; pres. Lake Charles Coll. La. 1889-99; res. N.Y. City 
from 1901; d. Feb. 28, 1908. D.D. Galesville Univ. Wis. 1882. 

Calvin Butler Hulbert b. Sheldon, Vt. Oct. 18, 1827; Dart. 1853; 
ord. Oct. 20, 1859 ; p. New Haven, Vt. 1859-69 ; Belleville Ave. ch. 
Newark, N.J. 1870-72 ; Second ch. Bennington, Vt. 1872-75 ; pres. 
Midd. 1875-80; p. Lyndonville and East Hardwick 1880-90; 
teaching and preaching in O. 1890-98; p. Rome 1898-1904; w.c. 
South Dennis, Mass. from 1904. D.D. Dart. 1876. 

Address South Dennis, Mass. 

Abbott Eliot Kittredge b. Roxbury, Mass. July 20, 1834; Wms. 1854; 
ord. Sept. 14, 1859; p. Winthrop ch. Charlestown 1859-63; sup. 
Howard St. Presb. ch. San Francisco, Cal. 1874; p. Eleventh 
Presb. ch. N.Y. City 1865-70; Third Presb. ch. Chicago, 111. 1870- 
86; Madison Ave. Ref. ch. N.Y. City from 1886. D.D. Wms. 
1878. Address 711 Park Ave. N.Y. City. 

Benjamin Labaree b. Columbia, Tenn. Mar. 21, 1834; Midd. 1854; 
stud. Harv. Med. Sch. 1859-60; ord. Middlebury, Vt. June 13, 
1860; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. (Presb. Board For. Missions from 1870) 
to Nestorians, Persia; Seir 1860-62; Oroomiah from 1862; in 
U.S. 1872-75, 1886-88 and 1891-98, asst sec. Presb. Board For. 
Missions N.Y. City 1893-94 and 1896-97; translated Gospels into 
Turkish and with others edited revision of Bible in modern 
Syriac; ed. miss'y publications in Persia; d. at sea on way to 
U.S. May 14, 1906. D.D. Midd. and Marietta 1887. Son of 
Benjamin Labaree, class of 1831. 



298 ALUMNI 1859 

i 

John William Lane b. South Newmarket (now Newfields), N.H. 
Sept. 7, 1827; N.J. Coll. 1852-53; Amh. 1856 and instructor Eloc. 
1858-61 (summer terms); res. lie. 1860; ord. Oct. 17, 1860; p. 
Whately, Mass. 1860-77; North Hadley from 1877, also teacher 
Eloc. and Eng. Mass. Agric. Coll. 1885-90. 

Address North Hadley, Mass. 

William Wallace Livingston b. Potton, Can. Dec. 15, 1832; Univ. 
Vt. 1856; res. lie. 1860 and 1872; ord. Burlington, Vt. Apr. 27, 
1860; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Sivas, Turkey 1860-70; p. North Carver, 
Mass. 1872-78; Jaffrey, N.H. from 1878; representative, N.H*. 

Address Jaffrey, N.H. 

James McLean b. Glasgow, Scot. June 25, 1830; West. Res. 1852- 
55; Wms. 1856; ord. Aug. 30, 1859; p. Thomaston, Me. 1859-61; 
South Dennis, Mass. 1861-62; Astor St. ch. Milwaukee, Wis. 
1862-65; Berlin 1865-66; Menasha 1866-69; Hampton, N.H. 1870- 
72; res. lie. And. Sem. 1872; p. South Weymouth, Mass. 1872-76; 
West Boxford 1876-78; Groveland 1878-79; Pierce City, Mo. 
1880-83; Second ch. Springfield from 1883; d. Jan. 11, 1884. 

Charles Tenney Melvin b. Chester, N.H. June 23, 1835; Dart. 1856; 
ord. Oct. 18, 1859; p. First Presb. ch. Columbus, Wis. 1859-63; 
Boscobel 1863-64; (Cong.) Elk Grove 1864-65; Sun Prairie 1866- 
71; Emporia, Kan. 1871-74; Atkinson, N.H. 1875-80; d. Walpole, 
Mass. Dec. 7, 1880. 

Charles Ray Palmer b. New Haven, Ct. May 2, 1834; P.A.; Yale 
1855; res. lie. 1860; ord. Aug. 29, 1860; p. Tabernacle ch. Salem, 
Mass. 1860-72; First ch. Bridgeport, Ct. 1872-95 and emer.; res. 
New Haven from 1895; fellow Yale. D.D. Yale 1889. Son of 
Dr. Ray Palmer, visitor and lecturer. 

Albert Bradstreet Peabody b. Boxford, Mass. Nov. 1, 1828; P.A.; 
res. lie. 1860; ord. May 24, 1860; p. East Longmeadow 1860-67; 
U.S. Chr. Com. Army of Potomac 1863; p. Seabrook and Hampton 
Falls, N.H. 1867-69; Stratham 1869-84; Candia 1884-90; Box- 
boro, Mass. 1891-98; res. Boxford from 1898. 

Address East Boxford, Mass. 

Daniel Phillips b. Swansea, Wales Feb. 14, 1826; lay preacher Eng. 
1847-48; Pittsburg, Pa. 1848-51; Amh. 1856; res. lie. 1860; ord. 
Feb. 20, 1861; p. Sparta, Wis. 1860-62; Orange, Mass. 1862-64; 
Groton Junction (now Ayer) 1866-6&; agt Amer. Miss'y Assoc. 
for Mich. 1869; p. North Chelmsford 1869-75; agt A.B.C.F.M. 
in Welsh churches N.Y., Pa. and 0. 1877; p. Bath, N.H. 1878-82, 
also Lisbon 1879; prin. high sch. North Chelmsford, Mass. 1883- 
86, also p. First ch. Dracut 1884-86; Second ch. Huntington 
1889-93; w.c. Hampton Falls, N.H., Clifton Springs, N.Y., 
Amherst, Mass. 1893-1900; Hampton Falls, N.H. from 1900; 
author of The Cymry and Druidism; d. July 26, 1905. 



ALUMNI 1859 299 

Henry Jackson Richardson b. Middleton, Mass. June 23, 1829 ; P.A. ; 
Amh. 1855; res. lie. 1860; ord. Sept. 6, 1860; p. Lincoln, Mass. 
1859-92 and emer.; d. Dec. 19, 1893. 

George Washington Sargent b. Dover, N.H. Feb. 16, 1833; Dart. 
1856; ord. Dec. 21, 1859; p. Raymond 1859-65; John Eliot ch. 
South Natick, Mass. 1865-67; Racine, Wis. 1867-69; Negaunee, 
Mich. 1869-70; Menasha, Wis. 1870-72; res. Milwaukee 1872-77; 
p. Salem, Liberty and Wilmot 1877-80; Granite Falls, Minn. 
1880-84; Clearwater 1884-90; Preston, Io. 1890-92; Bellevue 
1892-97; Alton, Kan. 1898-99; res. Cleveland, O. from 1901, 
assoc. p. Plymouth ch. 1903; d. Jan. 31, 1905. 

David Coit Scudder b. Boston Oct. 27, 1835; Wms. 1855; Harv. Med. 
Sch. 1859-61; ord. Essex St. ch. Boston Feb. 25, 1861; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Periakulam, Madura District, India from -1861; 
drowned Nov. 19, 1862. 

John Haskell Shedd b. Mt. Gilead, O. July 9, 1833; Ohio Wesl. 
Univ. 1852-53; Marietta 1856; Lane Sem. 1856-58; ord. Mt. 
Gilead Aug. 3, 1859; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Nestorians Persia 
1859-70 and of Presb. Board For. Missions from 1878; pres. 
Oroomiah Coll. and Theol. Sem.; in U.S. 1870-78, prof. Biddle 
Univ. N.C. 1872-78; d. Oroomiah Apr. 12, 1895. D.D. Marietta 
1878. Son of Henry Shedd, class of 1829. 

Edward Alfred Smith b. East Woodstock, Ct. July 22, 1835; Yale 
1856; Yale Sem. 1856-57; stud. Univ. Gottingen and Univ. Halle 
1860-62; volunteer in putting down N.Y. riots 1863; U.S. San. 
Com. Va. 1864; ord. West Springfield, Mass. Nov. 21, 1865; p. 
Second ch. Chester 1865-74; Farmington, Ct. 1874-87; res. Hart- 
ford from 1888; fellow Yale; d. Oct. 2, 1895. 

Moses Smith b. Hebron, Ct. Aug. 16, 1830; Yale 1852; Yale Sem. 
1857-58; ord. Sept. 22, 1859; p. Plainville 1859-69; chap. 8th 
Ct. Vols. 1863-65; p. Leavitt St. ch. Chicago, 111. 1869-73; 
First ch. Jackson, Mich. 1874-79; Second ch. Detroit 1879-88; 
Glencoe, 111. 1888-98; res. Chicago from 1899, p. Garden Prairie 
1899-1900; trustee Olivet; director Chic. Sem.; d. Nov. 30, 1904. 

Julian Monson Sturtevant b. Jacksonville, 111. Feb. 2, 1834; 111. 
Coll. 1854; a.p. Jacksonville 1859-60; ord. July 5, 1860; p. Han- 
nibal, Mo. 1860-69; N.E. ch. N.Y. City 1869-70; First ch. Ottawa, 
111. 1870-73; Denver, Col. 1873-77; Grinnell, Io. 1877-84; Jen- 
nings Ave. ch. Cleveland, O. 1884-90; Galesburg, 111. 1890-93; 
N.E. ch. Aurora 1893-97; Ravenswood ch. Chicago 1897-1902 
and res. there after. D.D. 111. Coll. 1879. 

Address 832 Wilson Ave. Chicago, 111. 

Amherst Lord Thompson b. Newark, N.Y. Apr. 16, 1834; Amh. 
1856; Union Sem. 1856-57; a.p. Ansonia, Ct. 1859-60; ord. 
Amherst, Mass. Feb. 2, 1860; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Nestorians 
Persia 1860; d. Mt. Seir Aug. 25, 1860. 



300 ALUMNI 1851T 

John Winn Underhill b. Ipswich, Mass. Apr. 22, 1829; Amh. 1854; 
teacher Williston Sem. Easthampton 1854; Union Sem. 1856-57; 
ord. Oct. 5, 1859 ; p. North Amherst from 1859 ; d. Oct. 17, 1862. 

William Hayes Ward b. Abington, Mass. June 25, 1835; P.A.; 
Amh. 1856; Union Sem. 1856-57; tutor Beloit 1857-58; ord. 
Jan. 8, 1860 ; p. Oskaloosa, Kan. 1859-61 ; teacher Williston Sem. 
Easthampton, Mass. 1861; res. lie. And. Sem. 1862; teacher 
Utica (N.Y.) Free Acad. 1863-65; prof. Latin and Nat. Sci. 
Ripon 1865-67; assoc. ed. Independent N.Y. City 1868-70, super- 
intending ed. 1870-96, ed. in chief from 1896; lecturer on Assyri- 
ology Yale Sem. 1878-79; director Wolfe exped. to Babylonia 
1884-85; pres. Amer. Oriental Soc; trustee Amh. D.D. Rutgers 
and N.Y. Univ. 1873; LL.D. Amh. 1885. Son of James Wilson 
Ward, class of 1830. Address Abington Ave. Newark, N.J. 

Pliny risk Warner b. Strykersville, N.Y. Dec. 20, 1830; Yale 1855; 
Yale Sem. 1856-58 and res. lie. 1859-60; ord. Oct. 31, 1860; 
p. First ch. Stonington, Ct. 1859-63; Clinton, Wis. 1864-66; 
Como, 111. 1866-69; Aledo 1869-72, 1878-80 and w.c. 1880-82; 
p. Newaygo, Mich. 1872-74; Fort Scott, Kan. 1874-76; Mattoon, 
111. 1877-78; ed. Mason Co. Republican Havana 1882-93; res. 
Peoria from 1896; d. July 8, 1898. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Thomas Lyford Ambrose (1857-58) b. Ossipee, N.H. June 18, 1829; 
Bowd. 1856; Union Sem. 1856-57; ord. Ossipee Centre, July 21, 
1858; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. to Nestorians Persia 1858-62; chap. 
12th N.H. Vols, from 1862 ; captured at Chancellorsville ; wounded 
near Petersburg; d. Fortress Monroe, Va. Aug. 19, 1864. 

Charles Montgomery Barnes (1856-58) b. Canton, 111. Sept. 8, 1833; 
Knox 1856; Chic. Sem. 1859; ord. Sept. 16, 1859; p. Lamoille 
1859-60; Neponset 1861-64; chap. 93d 111. Vols. 1864-65; p. 
Plymouth 1867-70; res. Elgin, Wheaton and Chicago from 1871, 
in wholesale schoolbook business; d. Seattle, Wash. May 19, 
1907. 

Joseph Bloomer (185&-57) b. North Washington, Pa. June 10, 1829; 
P.A.; Amh. 1856; h.m. McGregor, Io. from 1857; d. Feb. 21, 1858. 

Isaac Bridgman (1856-57) b. Hanover, N.H. Oct. 2, 1833; Dart. 
1856; Newton Sem. in 1856; teacher PA. 1857 and 1861-66; 
prin. Munroe Acad. Elbridge, N.Y. 1859-61; Syracuse Classical 
Sch. 1867-75; Cleveland (O.) Acad. 1876-87; teacher Northamp- 
ton, Mass. from 1888, high sch. 1892-96. Ph.D. Dart. 1886. 

Address 64 High St. Northampton, Mass. 

Edward Payson Crowell (1856-58) b. Essex, Mass. Sept. 7, 1830; 
P.A.; Amh. 1853; teacher Latin and Greek Williston Sem. 1853- 
55; tutor Amh. 1855-56, instructor German 1858-64, prof. Latin 



ALUMNI 1859 301 

Lang, and Lit. from 1858, also dean 1880-94; lecturer on Latin 
Lit. Smith Coll. 1876-78, 1880-81 and 1888-89; editor of Latin 
classics. D.D. Wms. 1880. Address Amherst, Mass. 

Asa Severance Fiske (1856-57) b. Strongsville, 0. Mar. 2, 1833; 
Amh. 1855 and tutor 1857-59; Yale Sem. in 1857; ord. June 6, 
1860; p. St. Paul, Minn. 1859-62; chap. 4th Minn. Vols. 1862-65 
and supt freedmen Memphis, Tenn. 1863-65; p. Second ch. Rock- 
ville, Ct. 1865-71; St. Peter's Presb. ch. Rochester, N.Y. 1872- 
75; Howard ch. San Francisco, Cal. 1875-77 and Howard St. ch. 
1877-84; Ithaca, N.Y. 1884-96; Gunton Temple Memorial ch. 
Washington, D.C. 1896-1904; sup. Warsaw, N.Y. 1904-05; 
Niagara Falls 1905-06; Market Sq. ch. Harrisburg, Pa. 1906-07; 
Courtland, N.Y. from 1907. 

Address 18 Lincoln Ave. Courtland, N.Y. 

Stephen Sargent Morrill (1856-58) b. Danville, Vt. Dec. 24, 1831; 
Dart. 1855; Chic. Sem. 1859; ord. May 12, 1859; p. Maiden, 111. 
1859-64; hospital chap. U.S.A. Mound City 1862-65; p. Hills- 
boro Bridge, N.H. 1866-69; Henniker 1870-73; Harvard, Mass. 
1874-77; w.c. Amherst from 1877; d. Danville, Vt. May 2, 1878. 

Elisha Mulford (1857-59) b. Montrose, Pa. Nov. 19, 1833; Yale 
1855; stud. Univ. Berlin and Univ. Halle; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
Apr. 20, 1861; priest Mar. 19, 1862; r. ch. of Holy Communion 
South Orange, N.J. 1861-64; lit. work Montrose, Pa. 1864-80; 
Cambridge, Mass. from 1880; lecturer Columb. Law Sch. 1872- 
73; lecturer on Apologetics and Theol. Epis. Div. Sch. Cambridge 
from 1881; author of The Nation and The Republic of God; 
d. Dec. 9, 1885. LL.D. Yale 1872. 

Robert Samuel (1856-58) b. Paisley, Scot. June 18, 1818; Dart. 
1856; Chic. Sem. 1859; ord. Nov. 3, 1859; p. New Rutland and 
Nebraska, 111. 1859-60; Wataga 1860-61; teacher Brewster, Mass. 
1861-63; p. West Yarmouth 1863-65; West Hawley 1865-70; 
West Cummington 1870-72; Weston, Vt. 1872-75; Cawker City, 
Kan. 1876-79 and w.c. 1879-82; p. West Barnstable, Mass. 1883- 
86; w.c. Brewster 1886-97; Dorchester, Beachmont and Wellesley 
from 1897; d. Oct. 17, 1899. 

Azro Andrus Smith (1856-57) b. Tunbridge, Vt. Sept. 6, 1827; 
Univ. Vt. 1856; prin. high sch. Burlington 1857; high sch. Frank- 
lin, N.H. 1859-63; res. lie. 1863; ord. Feb. 11, 1864; p. Lowell, 
Vt. 1863-70, also Westfield 1863-67; Irasburg 1870-77; Ashby, 
Mass. 1877-78; Johnson, Vt. 1880-93; Glover 1893-94; East 
Barre 1894-99; w.c. Reading, Mass. from 1899. 

Address 23 Middlesex Ave. Reading, Mass. 

Joseph Morgan Smith (1855-56, 1857-59) b. Great Falls, Somers- 
worth, N.H. Apr. 26, 1833; Yale 1854; ord. Aug. 2, 1860; p. West 
Avon, Ct. 1859-62; Grand Rapids, Mich. 1863-83; d. Dansville, 
N.Y. Oct. 1, 1883. 



302 ALUMNI 1860 

Edward Alexander Strong (1856-57) b. Boston Dec. 10, 1834; Amh. 
1855; merchant Boston 1857-81 and res. there after. 

Address P.O. Box 3196, Boston, Mass. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

William James Batt Class of 1858. 

Charles Robinson Bliss Class of 1858. 

Joshua Metcalf Chamberlain Class of 1858. 

Blackford Condit b. near Sullivan, Ind. Aug. 6, 1829; Wabash 1854; 
Lane Sem. 1857; ord. Oct. 25, 1859; p. (Presb.) Springfield, Pa. 
1859-60; Terre Haute, Ind. 1868-75 and w.c. from 1875; trustee 
Wabash; d. Mar. 27, 1903. D.D. Marietta 1889. 

Henry Edwin Dwight (1857-59) Class of 1856. 

George Reid Ferguson (entered as res. stu.) b. Attleboro, Mass. 
Mar. 19, 1829; Amh. 1849; civil eng. New Orleans, La., Mex. and 
0. 1849-57; ord. (Presb.) Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Sept. 5, 1860; 
p. North East 1859-74; teacher acad. Lakeville, Ct. 1874-75; p. 
Torringford, Ct. 1875-77; miss'y Dutch Ref. Church South Africa 
from 1877, prin. Miss'y Training Inst. Wellington; d. June 19, 
1896. 

Constans Libertie Goodell Class of 1858. 

Uriel Whitney Small Class of 1858. 



1860 

GRADUATES 

Henry Mills Alden b. Mt. Tabor, Vt. Nov. 11, 1836; Wms. 1857; 
managing ed. Harper' 's Weekly 1863-69 ; ed. Harper's Magazine 
from 1869; lecturer on Structure of Paganism Lowell Inst. 
Boston 1863-64; author Harper's Pictorial Hist, of the Great 
Rebellion and other books. L.H.D. Wms. 1887 and LL.D. 1907. 

Address Metuchen, N.J. 

Samuel Ralph Asbury b. Hanley, Staffordshire, Eng. Feb. 11, 1833; 
London Univ. 1852; ord. by North Staffordshire Cong. Assoc. 
July 3, 1861; miss'y London Miss'y Soc. India 1861-64; p. Gill, 
Mass. 1865-67/; res. lie. And. Sem. 1870; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
Sept. 2, 1870; priest Nov. 15, 1871; r. Trinity ch. Moorestown, 
N.J. 1870-73; ch. of the Beloved Disciple Philadelphia, Pa. 1874- 
75; incumb. Christ ch. Forest, Can. 1876-78; Trinity ch. Aylmer 
1879-81; Durham 1881-85; Delaware 1885-92; Chesley 1893-94; 
Atwood 1894-98; Onondaga 1898-1903; w.c. after. 

Address 323 Woolwich St. Guelph, Ont. 



ALUMNI 1860 

George Ingersoll Bard b. Francestown, N.H. May 5, 1835 ; Univ. Vt. 
1857; ord. Oct. 17, 1860; p. Lower Waterford, Vt. 1860-66; 
Dunbarton, N.H. 1866-72; Orford and Orfordville 1882-89; 
Walpole 1889-97; Meredith 1872-82 and from 1898. 

Address Meredith, N.H. 

James Atwood Bates b. Newton, Mass. May 2, 1832; Amh. 1856; 
ord. Granby Sept. 19, 1860; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Ceylon 1861-63; 
p. Huntington, Mass. 1866-67; Belpre, 0. 1867-71; Brooklyn 
1872-73; Pawtucket ch. Lowell, Mass. 1874-76; Wolcott, Vt. 
1877-78; Barton Landing 1879-83; Williston 1883-90; Randolph 
1890-98; South Royalston, Mass. 1898-1903 and w.c. from 1903. 

Address South Royalston, Mass. 

George Augustus Beckwith b. East Haddam, Ct. July 16, 1829; 
Amh. 1857; ord. May 20, 1862; p. Manhattan, Kan. 1862-68; 
Olathe 1868-71; Neodesha 1871-73 and w.c. 1873-75; p. Fran- 
conia, N.H. 1876-78; Warner 1878-79; Harrisville 1879-81; 
East Alstead 1881-87; Windham, Vt. 1887-92 and w.c. 1892-94; 
p. Granville Centre, Mass. 1894-96; w.c. Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 
from 1898. Address 209 Regent St. Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 

George Street Biscoe b. Cambridge, Mass. Sept. 22, 1835; Amh. 
1857; ord. Oct. 25, 1861; p. Cottage Grove, Minn. 1861-67 and 
1896-1900; Tipton, Io. 1868-75; Shullsburg, Wis. 1876-78; 
Clarksville, Neb. 1879-85; Waverly 1885-90; Milford 1890; 
Wallace 1891-94; Birnamwood, Wis. 1894^96; res. St. Paul Park, 
Minn. 1900-03 and p. (Presb.) from 1903. 

Address St. Paul Park, Minn. 

John Quincy Bittinger b. Berwick, Pa. Mar. 20, 1831; P.A.; Dart. 
1857; ord. Oct. 25, 1860; p. Central ch. Yarmouth, Me. 1860-64; 
First ch. St. Albans, Vt. 1864-67; Broadway ch. Norwich, Ct. 
1867-68; Hartland, Vt. 1869-73; Haverhill, N.H. 1874-86; ed. 
N.H. Journal 1886-88 ; author of History of Haverhill ; d. Apr. 5, 
1895. 

Joseph Boardman b. Amesbury, Mass. June 18, 1833; Amh. 1855; 
ord. Mar. 20, 1861; p. Pownal, Me. 1860-65; Hopkinton, Mass. 
1865-68; Chiltonville, Plymouth 1869-70; Pawtucket ch. Dracut 
(now Lowell) 1870-74; Craftsbury, Vt. 1875-81; Seabrook and 
Hampton Falls, N.H. 1881-84; Barnet, Vt. 1884-1903; Roxbury 
1903-04; w.c. Plymouth, N.H. from 1904. 

Address Plymouth, N.H. 

William Otis Carr b. Derry, N.H. June 19, 1832; Amh. 1857; ord. 
Feb. 13, 1861; p. Barnstead, N.H. 1860-89; w.c. Derry 1890-94; 
Lynn, Mass. from 1894; d. Apr. 29, 1904. 

William Crawford b. Barre, Mass. Jan. 3, 1835; Amh. 1857; Union 
Sem. 1857-58; ord. May 2, 1861; h.m. Clearwater, Minn. 1860- 
62; p. Dan vers Centre, Mass. 1862-63; Central City, Col. 1863- 



304 ALUMNI 1860 

68; (Presb.) Green Bay, Wis. 1869-80 and w.c. 1880-82; p. 
(Cong.) Washington, Ct. 1882-83; Sparta, Wis. 1883-1900; 
Mazomanie 1900-05 and from 1906. D.D. Amh. 1879. 

Address Mazomanie, Wis. 

Temple Cutler b. Lynn, Mass. May 4, 1828; Marietta 1857; ord. 
Feb. 20, 1861; p. Skowhegan, Me. 1861-68; chap. 9th Me. Vols. 
1861-62; U.S. Chr. Com. 1864; p. Athol, Mass. 1868-75; in serv- 
ice of Amer. Miss'y Assoc. 1876-79, p. First Cong. ch. Chatta- 
nooga, Tenn. ; Plymouth ch. Charleston, S.C. 1879-81; Hamilton, 
Mass. 1881-83; Essex 1883-95; West Gloucester 1896-1902; w.c. 
Ipswich from 1902. D.D. Marietta 1902. 

Address Ipswich, Mass. 

Alonzo Taylor Deming b. Williston, Vt. Feb. 7, 1833; Midd. 1854; 
a.p. Bridgewater 1860-63; ord. June 10, 1863; p. Bridport 1863- 
64; Franklin 1864-66; Swanton 1866-68; Post Mills, Thetford 
1868-70; Newbury 1870-71; instructor Carleton Coll. Minn. 
1871-72; d. Glyndon Sept. 17, 1872. 

John Webster Dodge b. Newburyport, Mass. Oct. 16, 1836; Amh. 
1857; ord. Dec. 5, 1860; p. Gardiner, Me. 1860-63; Hampton, 
N.H. 1865-68; First ch. Yarmouth, Mass. 1868-91; w.c. New- 
buryport from 1891 ; d. June 17, 1904. 

Lewis Francis b. Royalton, Vt. Sept. 14, 1836; Univ. Vt. 1856; ord. 
Feb. 18, 1863; p. Colchester 1861-64; Castleton 1864-72; Third 
Ave. mission chapel N.Y. City 1873; Kent St. Ref. ch. Brooklyn 
1873-1904 and emer.; res. N.Y. City from 1904. D.D. Rutgers 
1898. Address 10 E. 73d St. New York City. 

Simeon Gilbert b. Pittsford, Vt. June 19, 1834; Univ. Vt. 1854; 
ord. Feb. 1863; p. Hopkinton, N.Y. 1861-65; Chateaugay 1865- 
67; Ames, Io. 1868-69; Lyndon, 111. 1869-70; res. Chicago from 
1871; assoc. ed. Advance 1873-82 and 1886-95; western ed. 
Congregationalist 1882-86; ed'l writer for Chicago dailies. D.D. 
Univ. Vt. and Beloit 1882. 

Address 423 North State St. Chicago, 111. 

Edward Nichols Goddard b. New Bedford, Mass. Oct. 26, 1834; 
Dart. 1856; h.m. Vt. 1860-61; (Presb.) Markesan, Wis. 1861-62; 
ord. (Epis.) deacon May 3, 1863; priest Dec. 11, 1863; r. Trinity 
ch. Windham, N.Y. 1863-65; miss'y Otsego Co. 1865-67; r. 
Helena, Mont. 1868-69; Virginia 1869-70; Portland ville, N.Y. 
1871-74; Fairfield 1875-78; Ogden, Utah 1878; St. Paul's ch. 
Windsor, Vt. 1879-1905; res. Montpelier from 1906. 

Address 6 Mather Terrtice, Montpelier, Vt. 

John Ellsworth Goodrich b. Hinsdale, Mass. Jan. 19, 1831; Univ. 
Vt. 1853; in business 1860-64; ord. Hinsdale May 17, 1864; chap. 
1st Vt. Cav. 1864-65; p. Malone, N.Y. 1865-66; Richmond, Vt. 
1867-68; supt schools Burlington 1868-70; p. St. Albans 1870-71; 



ALUMNI 1860 305 

prin. Kimball Union Acad. Meriden, N.H. 1871-72; prof. Eng. 
Lit. Univ. Vt. 1872-77, prof. Greek and Latin 1877-81, prof. 
Latin from 1881, also lib'n 1873-86; sup. Jericho 1874-75, Hines- 
burg 1875-76, Charlotte 1890-91. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1897. 

Address 483 Main St. Burlington, Vt. 

John Smedes Hanna b. Boston Dec. 4, 1836; Meth. Gen. Bib. Inst. 
Concord, N.H. 1855; res. lie. Yale Sem. 1861-62; ord. Sept. 3, 
1862; p. (Presb.) Richford, N.Y. 1862-64; Great Bend, Pa. 1864- 
65; Gloucester City, N.J. 1866-67; Anderson, Ind. 1867-68; Erie 
St. mission ch. Chicago, 111. 1868-71, also ed. Masonic Magazine; 
w.c. South Amenia and Sparta, N.Y. 1872-77; p. Bald Mount, Pa. 
1878-79; teacher phonography Chicago, 111. from 1881; d. Nov. 
11, 1903. 

Henry Chapman Hitchcock b. Fredericktown, 0. July 9, 1835 ; Ober. 
1836; Ober. Sem. 1859; ord. Dec. 12, 1860; p. North and South 
Amherst, O. 1860-69; U.S. Chr. Com. 1864; p. Kenosha, Wis. 
1869-77; Hanover St. ch. Milwaukee 1877-78; Thomaston, Ct. 
1879-80; Middle Ref. ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1880-81; Day St. ch. 
Somerville, Mass. 1882-92 and res. there after; d. May 5, 1893. 

Francis Howe Johnson b. Boston Jan. 15, 1835; PA.; Harv. 1856; 
ord. Oct. 15, 1861; p. Hamilton 1861-64; res. Andover from 1867; 
author of What is Reality. Address Andover, Mass. 

James McHose b. Buffalo, N.Y. June 20, 1825; P.A.; Yale 1855; 
h.m. Brownsville, Minn, from 1860; d. Red Wing July 18, 1861. 

Peter Mc Vicar b. L'Etang, N.B. June 15, 1829; Beloit 1856 and 
instructor 1856-57; Union Sem. 1857-58; ord. May 29, 1861; 
p. Topeka, Kan. 1861-66 and state supt schools 1866-71; in state 
militia 1864; one of founders Washburn Coll., pres. 1871-95 and 
emer. ; trustee Chic. Sem.; d. Topeka June 5, 1903. D.D. Beloit 
1871. 

Charles Edward Milliken b. Fitzwilliam, N.H. Feb. 5, 1830; Dart. 
1857; ord. Sept. 28, 1860; p. Littleton 1860-79; Maynard, Mass. 
1879-82; Penacook, N.H. 1884-91; Swanzey from 1891; d. June 
16, 1896. 

Eldridge Mix b. Atwater, 0. Jan. 15, 1833; West. Res. 1850-52; 
Wms. 1854; Union Sem. 1857-59; ord. Dec. 6, 1860; asst p. 
West Presb. ch. N.Y. City 1860-61; First Cong. ch. Burlington, 
Vt. -1862-67; First Presb. ch. Orange, N.J. 1867-81; (Cong.) 
Central ch. Fall River, Mass. 1882-90; Wellesley 1890-92; supt 
Worcester City Miss'y Soc. 1895-1908 and sup. various churches; 
Grand Rapids, Mich, from 1908; director German Theol. Sch. 
N.J. D.D. N.J. Coll. 1878. 

Address 107 Jefferson Ave. Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Bennett Hubbard Nash b. Bloomingdale, N.Y. July 6, 1834; Harv. 
1856; stud. Andover and Boston 1860-66; instructor Italian and 



306 ALUMNI 1860 

Spanish Harv. 1866-71, asst prof. 1871-81, prof. 1881-94; res. 
Boston from 1866; d. Little Boar's Head, N.H. July 20, 1906. 

Abel Hastings Ross b. Winchendon, Mass. Apr. 28, 1831; Ober. 
1857; ord. Oct. 17, 1861; p. Boylston, Mass. 1861-66; First ch. 
Springfield, 0. 1866-73; High St. (now Plymouth) ch. Columbus 
1873-75; Port Huron, Mich, from 1876; lecturer on Ch. Polity 
Ober. Sem. from 1871; Southworth lecturer on Congregational- 
ism And. Sem. 1882-86; mem. Internat'l Cong. Council London 
1891 ; author of works on denominational polity ; d. May 13, 1893. 
D.D. Ober. 1884. 

Norman Seaver b. Boston Apr. 23, 1835; Wms. 1854; ord. Aug. 29, 
1860; p. Rutland, Vt. 1860-68; First Presb. ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
1868-76; Fourth Presb. ch. Syracuse 1877-84; (Cong.) Park ch. 
St. Paul, Minn. 1885-89; N.E. ch. Chicago, 111. 1889-91; Pitts- 
ford, Vt. 1891-92; Montpelier 1893-1902; w.c. Rutland from 
1902. D.D. Midd. 1866. Address Rutland, Vt. 

Oscar Moses Smith b. Java, N.Y. Dec. 20, 1827; Yale 1855; Yale 
Sem. 1857-^58; ord. Feb. 25, 1863; p. Centre, Wis. 1862-64; 
Milton 1864-66; Java, N.Y. 1866-67; Strykersville 1867-69 and 
1876-77; Monticello, Minn. 1869-75; Breckenridge 1878; Hawley 
1879-98; w.c. Java, N.Y. from 1898. Address Java, N.Y. 

Henry Augustus Stevens b. Salisbury, N.H. Dec. 29, 1835; Amh. 
1857; ord. Sept. 12, 1861; p. Melrose, Mass. 1861-68; First ch. 
North Bridgewater (now Brockton) 1868V74; Brighton 1874-81; 
Bristol, R.I. 1881-96; North ch. Providence 1899-1901; George- 
town, Mass. 1901-03; Rochester from 1903; res. Brighton from 
1901. Address 4 Harvard PI. Brighton, Mass. 

Chauncey Boardman Thomas b. New Salem, Mass. Sept. 7, 1834; 
Amh. 1855; city miss'y Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 1860-61; ord. Spring- 
field St. ch. Boston Jan. 28, 1862; hospital chap. Alexandria, Va. 
1862-63; New Orleans, La. 1863-66; p. Salem ch. Chicago, 111. 
1866-68; Peru 1869-72; w.c. Amherst, Mass. 1872-76; p. Glover, 
Vt. from 1876; d. Amherst, Mass. Jan. 20, 1881. 

Charles Wheeler Thompson b. Berlin, Vt. Feb. 26, 1832; Univ. Vt. 
1854 and tutor 1856-57; a.p. St. Johnsbury Centre 1861; Prairie 
du Sac, Wis. 1861-62; Northfield, Vt. 1863; acting prof. Latin 
Univ. Vt. 1863-67; ord. July 1, 1869; p. Danville 1869-83; North 
Woodstock and East Woodstock, Ct. 1883-86; Westminster, Vt. 
. 1886-96 and res. there after; d. Sept. 9, 1897. D.D. Univ. Vt. 
1893. 

Edward Payson Walker b. Ames, O. May 24, 1834; Marietta 1856, 
tutor 1856-57, prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. from 1860; d. Athens, O. 
Dec. 27^ 1861. 

Henry D wight Woodworth b. Lebanon, Ct. Feb. 18, 1826; Amh. 
1855; prof. Math. Paducah Coll. Ky. 1855-56; ord. Sept. 12, 



ALUMNI 1860 307 

I860; p. Union ch. East and West Bridgewater, Mass. 1860-62; 
West Needham (now Wellesley) 1863-65; city miss'y Boston 
1866-67; p. Westford 1867-69; Rehoboth 1870-73; res. Cam- 
bridge 1873-86 in business; p. North Falmouth 1888-90; East 
Granby, Ct. from 1890; d. June 27, 1891. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Richard Ridgely Bird (1857-58) b. North Yarmouth, Me. Sept. 25, 
1828; Dart. 1857; farmer; res. Bunker Hill, 111. 1858-75; Van- 
dalia, Mo. from 1875. Address Vandalia, Mo. 

Richard Crittenden (1857-59) b. Guestling, Sussex, Eng. June 10, 
1831; Ober. 1856; Yale Sem. in 1859; ord. Aug. 1, 1860; p. 
North Guilford, Ct. 1860-64; miss'y Amer. S.S. Union (Presb.) 
Towanda, Pa. 1864-73; Belief onte from 1874. 

Address 57 Linn St. Bellefonte, Pa. 

Leonard Zenas Ferris (1857-58) b. Ogden, N.Y. July 16, 1834; 
Univ. Rochester 1852-54; Dart. 1856; ord. Nov. 30, 1865; p. Pitts- 
field, N.H. 1865-70; South ch. Lawrence, Mass. 1870-72; Gorham, 
Me. 1872-76; Kennebunk 1877; Rockland 1879-86; Newman ch. 
East Providence, R.I. from 1888. Address Rumford, R.I. 

Alvah Lillie Frisbie (1858-60) b. Tompkins, N.Y. Oct. 22, 1830; 
Ober. 1853-54; Amh. 1857; Yale Sem. 1857-58; ord. Mar. 22, 
1860; p. Ansonia, Ct. 1860-65; chap. 20th Ct. Vols. 1863-64; 
p. First ch. Danbury 1865-71 ; Des Moines, Io. 1871-99 and emer. ; 
trustee Iowa. D.D. Amh. 1882. 

Address 723 Fifth St. Des Moines, Io. 

Charles Hardon (1857-58) b. Mansfield, Mass. Jan. 2, 1834; Amh. 
1855; teacher Latin Del. Lit. Inst. Franklin, N.Y. ; teacher prep, 
dept Urbana Univ. O. 1862-64; ord. (New Jerusalem Church) 
Dec. 4, 1864; p. Urbana 1863-66; St. Louis, Mo. 1866-68; miss'y 
Mass. Assoc. N.J. Church 1868-71; prin. Contoocook (N.H.) Acad. 
1872-75 and 1876-79; p. Peoria, 111. 1875-76; Providence, R.I. 
1880-81; Salem, Mass. 1881-82; res. Contoocook, N.H. from 1882, 
ed. Contoocook Independent 1892-1902. 

Address Contoocook, N.H. 

William Dodge Herrick (1857-59) b. Methuen, Mass. Mar. 26, 1831; 
Yale 1853-54; Amh. 1857; ord. Jan. 18, 1860; p. Redding, Ct. 
1860-64; First ch. Gardner, Mass. 1864-67 and 1874-82; North 
Amherst 1867-74; w.c. Amherst from 1872; author of history 
of Gardner; d. Dec. 10, 1903. 

Chester Case Humphrey (1857-58) b. Liberty, O. July 13, 1830; 
Iowa 1857; Chic. Sem. 1861; ord. July 21, 1861; p. Austin, Minn. 
1861-63; Cass, Io. 1863-67; Amity 1868-69; Camp Creek, Neb. 
1871-72; Osceola 1872-74 and w.c. 1880-84; h.m. Albion, Boone, 
Dayton and Oxford 1874-78; Hickory Grove and Wayne, Io. 



308 ALUMNI 1860 

1884-86; Cincinnati and Belknap 1886-87; Cromwell 1888-89; 
Summer Hill 1889-90; Wythe and West Rockford, 111. from 
1891; d. Wythe Jan. 5, 1894. 

David Sumner Johnson (1857-58) b. Waterford, N.Y. June 4, 1834; 
P.A.; Wms. 1857; Auburn Sem. 1860; ord. Aug. 15, 1860; p. 
(Presb.) Waverly, N.Y. 1860-67; Hyde Park, 111. 1867-81; 
Second Presb. ch. Springfield 1881-95; Hinsdale 1895-1901; 
National City, Cal. 1902 ; trustee Blackburn Univ. 111. ; d. Apr. 17, 

1903. D.D. Blackburn Univ. 1877. 

Charles Artemas Kent (1857-59) b. Hopkinton, N.Y. Oct. 11, 1835; 
Univ. Vt. 1856; res. Detroit, Mich, from 1859; lawyer; prof. 
Law Univ. Mich. 1868-86. LL.D. Univ. Mich. 1899, Univ. Vt. 

1904. Address 30 Alfred St. Detroit, Mich. 

Starr Hoyt Nichols (1857-59) b. Danbury, Ct. Nov. 16, 1834; Yale 
1854; ord. June 28, 1860; p. Mansfield, 0. 1860-62; N.E. ch. 
Chicago, 111. 1862-65; Vine St. ch. Cincinnati, O. 1865-66; w.c. 
Danbury, Ct. 1866-71; ord. (Epis.) deacon Dec. 1870; res. Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 1871-82; N.Y. City 1882-99 and from 1906; foreign 
travel 1899-1906. Address University Club, N.Y. City. 

Samuel Scoville (1858-59) b. West Cornwall, Ct. Dec. 21, 1834; 
Yale 1857; Auburn Sem. 1857-58; Union Sem. 1861; ord. Sept. 17, 
1861; p. Norwich, N.Y. 1861-79; Stamford, Ct. 1879-99; Vine- 
land, N.J. 1899-1901 ; asst p. Plymouth ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. from 
1901; d. Philadelphia, Pa. Apr. 15, 1902. 

Laurenus Clark Seelye (1858-59) b. Bethel, Ct. Sept. 20, 1837; 
Union 1857; stud. Univ. Berlin and Univ. Heidelberg 1860-62; 
prof. Rhet., Orat. and Eng. Lit. Amh. 1865-73; pres. Smith Coll. 
from 1873. D.D. Union 1875; LL.D. Amh. 1894. 

Address Northampton, Mass. 

Charles Augustus Stork (1857-59) b. Jefferson, Md. Sept. 4, 1838; 
Wms. 1857; prof. Latin and Greek Newberry Coll. S.C. 1859-60; 
a.p. St. James's Luth. Mission Philadelphia, Pa. 1861-62; ord. 
Nov. 17, 1862; assoc. p. St. Mark's ch. Baltimore, Md. 1862-65, 
p. 1865-81; prof. Didac. Theol. Gettysburg Luth. Sem. Pa. 1881- 
83; d. Philadelphia Dec. 17, 1883. D.D. Pa. Coll. Gettysburg 
1874. 

Moses Coit Tyler (1858-59) b. Griswold, Ct. Aug. 2, 1835; Univ. 
Mich. 1853-54; Yale 1857; Yale Sem. 1857-58; ord. Aug. 24, 
1859; p. Owego, N.Y. 1859-60; Poughkeepsie 1860-62; lit. work 
London, Eng. 1863-66; prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Univ. Mich. 
1867-73, prof. Eng. Lang, and Lit. 1874-81; lit. ed. Christian 
Union 1873-74; ord. (Epis.) deacon Oct. 16, 1881; priest Apr. 29, 
1883; prof. Amer. Hist. Cornell from 1881; author of works on 
Eng. and Amer. literature; d. Ithaca, N.Y. Dec. 28, 1900. LL.D. 
Univ. Wooster, O. 1875; L.H.D. Columb. 1887. 



ALUMNI 1860 309 

George Washburn (1857-58) b. Middleboro, Mass. Mar. 1, 1833; 
P.A.; Amh. 1855; res. lie. 1863; ord. Middleboro July 29, 1863; 
miss'y and treas. A.B.C.F.M. Constantinople, Turkey 1858-62 
and 1863-68; prof. Phil., Psychol, and Polit. Econ. Robert Coll. 
from 1868, also acting pres. 1872-77 and pres. 1877-1903; in 
U.S. 1903-07; contrib. to London Contemp. Review and other 
Eng. and Amer. periodicals. D.D. Amh. 1874; LL.D. Amh., Princ. 
Univ. and Univ. Mich. 1900. 

Address Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Nathaniel Porter Gilbert Class of 1859. 
John William Lane Class of 1859. 
William Wallace Livingston Class of 1859. 

Edward Brenton Otheman (1858-60, first year as res. stu.) b. Bos- 
ton Oct. 11, 1833; Wesl. Univ. 1854; ord. (Meth.) Apr. 12, 1862; 
p. Hillside and Riverside, N.Y. 1860-62; West Harlem 1862-64; 
St. Paul's ch. N.Y. City 1864-65; Whitlockville 1865-67; in 
Europe 1867-68; p. Lenox, Mass. 1869; instructor Greek and 
Mod. Lang. Wesl. Univ. 1869-70; p. White Plains, N.Y. 1870-71; 
Rhinebeck 1871-73; prof. Mod. Lang. Claflin Univ. S.C. 1875- 
78 ; p. Chelsea, Mass. 1879-81 and w.c. from 1883 ; d. by accident, 
Boston Aug. 23, 1888. 

Charles Ray Palmer Class of 1859. 

Albert Bradstreet Peabody Class of 1859. 

Daniel Phillips Class of 1859. 

Henry Jackson Richardson Class of 1859. 

George Warren Rogers b. Lynn, Mass. Jan. 12, 1821; Meth. Inst. 
Newbury, Vt. ; ord. Apr. 9, 1848; p. North Bridgewater (now 
Brockton) and Truro, Mass., Little Compton, R.I., Quincy, Mass. 
1848--52; Uncasville, Willimantic, Plainfield, Hazardville, Ct. 
1852-59; h.m. Me. 1860-63; p. (Cong.) Salem, N.H. 1863-68; 
miss'y Freedmen's Aid Soc. Augusta, Ga. 1870-72; res. Lynn, 
Mass. 1872-79, occas. preaching; p. Gilsum, N.H. from 1880; 
d. Mar. 6, 1888. 

John Alexander Ross b. Lunenburg, N.S. June 11, 1832; Free 
Church (afterwards Dalhousie) Coll. N.S. 1851; Free Church 
Div. Hall, N.S. 1854; ord. (Presb.) St. John, N.B. June 1, 1854; 
p. Richibucto 1854r-55; Monkton 1855-56; Scotch Presb. ch. 
Boston 1856-57; stud, law Boston and admitted to bar; stud, 
theol. with Dr. E. N. Kirk; p. (Cong.) Milltown, N.B. 1858-59; 
New Gloucester, Me. 1860-64; Marion, Io. 1864-73; North ch. 
Belfast, Me. 1873-86; Hampton, N.H. 1887-1902 and emer. 

Address Hampton, N.H. 



310 ALUMNI 1861 

1861 

GRADUATES 

Charles Frederick Abbott b. Lemington, Vt. Nov. 27, 1831; Midd. 
1858; ord. Jan. 2, 1862; p. Bristol, N.H. from 1861; d. Sept. 20, 
1866. 

Lucien Harper Adams b. Londonderry, N.H. July 28, 1829; Yale 
1853-54; Dart. 1858; ord. Oct. 28, 1862; p. Petersham, Mass. 1862- 
65; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Aintab, Syria 1865-85 and 1890-94; res. 
Derry, N.H. 1885-90 and from 1894. Address Derry, N.H. 

Walter Scott Alexander b. Killingly, Ct. Aug. 29, 1835; Yale 1858; 
ord. Nov. 22, 1861; p. Pomfret 1861-66 and 1874-76; U.S. Chr. 
Com. Army of Potomac 1864; p. First Presb. ch. Racine, Wis. 
1866-72; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Italy 1872-74; p. (Cong.) Central 
ch. New Orleans, La. 1876-84, also prof. Theol. Straight Univ. 
1876-84 and pres. 1877-84; sup. Hyde Park, North Ave. ch. Cam- 
bridge, Rollstone ch. Fitchburg and Winthrop ch. Charlestown, 
Mass. 1884-86; p. North Ave. ch. Cambridge 1886-90; (Presb.) 
Clinton St. Immanuel ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1891-97; res. Cam- 
bridge, Mass. from 1897; d. May 15, 1900. D.D. Beloit 1880. 

William Macleod Barbour b. Fochabers, Scot. May 29, 1827; Ober. 
1855-58, A.B. 1867; ord. Oct. 2, 1861; p. South Danvers (now 
Peabody), Mass. 1861-68; prof. Sac. Rhet. Bangor Sem. 1869-75, 
prof. Sys. Theol. 1873-77; prof. Div. Yale and p. College ch. 
1877-87; acting prof. Homiletics and Past'l Charge Yale Sem. 
1879-85; prin. Cong. Coll. Montreal, Can. and prof. Sys. Theol. 
and Homiletics 1887-97; res. Maiden, Mass. from 1897; d. Dec. 5, 
1899. D.D. Bowd. 1870. 

Alanson Saltmarsh Barton b. New Haven, Vt. Feb. 14, 1832; Midd. 
1857; ord. Oct. 29, 1862; p. Potsdam Junction and Stockholm, 
N.Y. 1862-63; Georgia, Vt. 1864-66; Saxton's River 1866-67; 
Townshend 1867-69; w.c. Middlebury 1870-77; p. Colchester 
from 1877; d. at sea off coast of Mexico Dec. 8, 1882. 

Joseph Perry Bixby b. Thompson, Ct. Jan. 28, 1833; Wms. 1858; 
Union Sem. 1858-60; a.p. Milford, Mass. 1861-62; ord. Apr. 30, 
1862; p. Oak Place ch. Boston 1862-64 and First Presb. ch. 1864- 
66; (Cong.) South Dedham (now Norwood) 1867-78; First ch. 
Revere 1878-92, also Beachmont 1879-83; instructor Lay Coll. 
(later Boston Evang'l Inst.) Revere from 1889, pres. 1889-99 
and from 1904, dean 1899-1904, also p. Associate ch. from 1892; 
d. Los Angeles, Cal. Apr. 18, 1906. 

Daniel J Bliss b. Warren, Mass. Oct. 21, 1833; Amh. 1858; private 
34th Mass. Vols. 1862-65; a.p. Triangle, N.Y. 1867-68; ord. 
Dec. 9, 1868; p. Holland, Mass. 1868-74; h.m. Hamilton, Minn. 
1874-75; p. Peru, Mass. 1875-80; Harpersfield, N.Y. 1880-84; 



ALUMNI 1861 311 

Abington, Ct. 1884-90; Exeter, Lebanon 1890-1901; w.c. Hock- 
anum from 1901; d. Apr. 30, 1903. 

Andrew Josiah Clapp b. Southampton, Mass. May 2, 1833; P. A.; 
Amh. 1858; ord. Feb. 19, 1862; p. Shutesbury from 1861; d. 
Sept. 13, 1863. 

George Henry Clark b. Georgia, Vt. May 23, 1835; Univ. Vt. 1856; 
ord. Jan. 15, 1862; p. First ch. St. Johnsbury from 1862; d. 
Georgia Apr. 25, 1865. 

Isaac Clark b. South Coventry, Ct. June 30, 1833 ; Yale 1856 ; Union 
Sem. 1858-59; ord. Nov. 12, 1861; p. (Presb.) Elmira, N.Y. 1861- 
68; First Cong. ch. Aurora, 111. 1868-72; Elm Place ch. Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 1872-74; (Presb.) Rondout 1874-82; (Cong.) Edwards ch. 
Northampton, Mass. 1882-91; prof. Theol., Homiletics and Eng. 
Exegesis Howard Univ. Washington, D.C. from 1891. D.D. 
Howard Univ. 1896. Address Howard Univ. Washington, D.C. 

Joseph Bourne Clark b. Sturbridge, Mass. Oct. 7, 1836; P.A. ; Amh. 
1858; ord. Oct. 10, 1861; p. First ch. Yarmouth 1861-68; agt 
U.S. Chr. Com. Army of Potomac 1864-65; p. Newtonville 1868- 
72; Central ch. Jamaica Plain 1872-79; sec. Mass. H.M. Soc. 
1879-82, res. Dorchester; cor. sec. Amer. (later Cong.) H.M. Soc. 
N.Y. City 1882-1903, ed'l sec. 1903-08 and hon. sec. D.D. Amh. 
1884. Son of Joseph Sylvester Clark, class of 1831. 

Address 287 Fourth Ave. N.Y. City. 

Calvin Cutler b. Holliston, Mass. Feb. 19, 1833; Dart. 1856; ord. 
Mar. 12, 1862; p. New Ipswich, N.H. 1862-67; Auburndale, Mass. 
1867-95 and emer.; d. Oct. 16, 1907. 

Perley Bacon Davis b. New Ipswich, N.H. Apr. '26, 1832; ord. Jan. 
29, 1862; p. Sharon, Mass. 1862-67; Hyde Park 1867-92; Central 
ch. Dorchester 1892-99; res. West Roxbury from 1900, sup. 
Dedham 1900, Milford 1901, Neponset 1903-04, Roslindale 1906, 
Milton 1907-08, West Roxbury 1908. A.M. hon. Dart. 1874. 

Address 218 Park St. West Roxbury, Mass. 

Henry Anderson Dickinson b. Granby, Mass. June 27, 1833; Yale 
1855; res. lie. 1862; a.p. West Needham (now Wellesley), Mass. 
1861-63; ord. Tonica, 111. Oct. 16, 1863; p. Deer Park 1863-65; 
Chester Centre, Mass. 1867-77; Second ch. Huntington 1877-82 
and w.c. from 1882; d. July 14, 1904. 

Lucius Root Eastman b. Sharon, Mass. Jan. 25, 1839; Amh. 1857; 
a.p. West Boxford 1861; ord. May 1, 1862; p. South ch. Brain- 
tree 1861-65; Second ch. Holyoke 1865-67; First ch. East Somer- 
ville 1867-71; Plymouth ch. Framingham from 1871, also in- 
structor Greek and Anc. Hist. State Normal Sch. 1872-78. D.D. 
Amh. 1902. Son of Lucius Root Eastman, class of 1836. 

Address Framingham, Mass. 



312 ALUMNI 1861 

Alfred Augustus Ellsworth b. Bath, Me. July 12, 1832; Amh. 1858; 
Union Sem. 1858-59; ord. Sept. 4, 1862; p. Milford, Mass. 1862- 
65; Newbern, N.C. 1865-68; Union eh. Weymouth and Braintree, 
Mass. 1868-71; Waterloo, Io. 1871-76; Galesburg, 111. 1876-85; 
Braintree, Mass. 1885-1900; res. Quincy from 1900, often sup. 
churches. Address 18 Russell Park, Quincy, Mass. 

Rufus Emerson b. Salem, N.H. Feb. 22, 1825; Amh. 1858; ord. 
Jan. 7, 1863; p. Wilton, Me. 1862-63; Grafton, Vt. 1863-67; Wil- 
mington 1867-68; Chestnut St. ch. Lynn, Mass. 1868-70; Granby 
1871-74; First ch. Dracut 1874-78; Centreville, Barnstable 1881- 
85; d. Haverhill Oct. 24, 1885. 

Stephen Harris b. Fitzwilliam, N.H. Jan. 27, 1830; Amh. 1858; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1858-59; ord. Oct. 24, 1861; p. Windham, Vt. 
1861-69; West Suffield, Ct. 1869-71; Indian Orchard, Mass. 1871- 
73; Phillipston from 1873; representative, Vt. ; d. from railway 
accident, Athol, June 27, 1874. 

Edgar Laing Heermance b. N.Y. City Apr. 30, 1833; Yale 1858; 
Yale Sem. 1858-60; ord. Nov. 12, 1861; p. (Ref. Dutch) Castleton, 
N.Y. 1861-69; w.c. New Haven, Ct. and foreign travel 1869-74; 
p. (Presb.) White Plains, N.Y. 1874-88; d. Apr. 29, 1888. 

Philander Hatch Hollister b. New Preston, Ct. Dec. 21, 1836; Yale 
Sem. 1858-60; ord. Dec. 31, 1862; p. Brookfield 1862-65; chap. 
29th Ct. Vols. 1864-65; p. Stanwich 1866; Kenosha, Wis. 1867- 
68; Hancock, Mich, from 1868; d. Dec. 6, 1876. 

Edward Payson Hooker b. Poultney, Vt. July 2, 1834; Midd. 1855 
and tutor 1857-58; ord. Nov. 13, 1861; p. Mystic ch. Medford, 
Mass. 1861-69; Fairhaven, Vt. 1869-70; Middlebury 1870-80; 
Eliot ch. Lawrence, Mass. 1881-83; Winter Park, Fla. 1883-98, 
also pres. Rollins Coll. 1885-92; res. Marshfield, Mass. from 
1898; trustee Midd.; d. Nov. 29, 1904. D.D. Midd. 1881. 

Franklin Chappell Jones b. New London, Ct. Mar. 20, 1837; Yale 
1857; tutor Beloit 1857-58; Princ. Sem. 1858-59; ord. Feb. 4, 
1863; p. Franklin, Ct. 1861-80; h.m. Manitou, Col. 1882-83 and 
teacher 1883-85; p. Hydesville and Rohnerville, Cal. 1885-86; 
(Presb.) mission chapel South Orange, N.J. 1888-94; teacher 
Norfolk, Mass. 1897-98; p. Dover 1898-1901; res. Norfolk from 
1901; d. Dec. 10, 1907. 

Jesse Henry Jones b. Belleville, Can. Mar. 29, 1836; Ham. 1853-54; 
Wms. 1854-55; Harv. 1856; ord. Prospect St. ch. Cambridgeport, 
Mass. May 19, 1861; Capt. in 60th N.Y. Vols. 1861-64; p. Ant- 
werp, N.Y. 1865-69; Natick, Mass. 1869-71; East Abington (now 
Rockland) 1871-73; North Abington 1874-80, 1882-90 and w.c. 
1890-97; p. Schroon Lake, N.Y. 1881-82; Halifax, Mass. from 
1897; representative, Mass.; ed. journals of Christian labor 
reform; d. Apr. 19, 1904. 



ALUMNI 1861 313 

William Royal Joyslin b. Lancaster, N.H. Sept. 11, 1833; Harv. 
1852-53; Dart. 1856; a.p. Bath, N.H. 1861-63; ord. Feb. 3, 1864; 
p. Berlin, Vt. 1863-66; East Burke 1866-68; Wenham, Mass. 
1868-70; h.m. East Portland, Ore. 1870-72; p. Rowley, Mass. 
1874-75; Orient, N.Y. 1876-78; Rochester, Mass. 1878-87; Halifax 
1887-89; Centreville, Barnstable 1889-96; Charlemont 1896-99; 
Berkley from 1899; d. Oct. 23, 1904. 

John Codman Labaree b. Spring Hill, Tenn. Aug. 30, 1835; Midd. 
1856; ord. Feb. 4, 1863; p. Sterling, Mass. 1861-65; U.S. Chr. 
Com. 1864; First ch. Randolph 1865-92; Saugus 1893-1906; South 
Dennis from 1906. Son of Benjamin Labaree, class of 1831. 

Address South Dennis, Mass. 

Alexander McKenzie b. New Bedford, Mass. Dec. 14, 1830; P.A.; 
Harv. 1859; ord. Aug. 28, 1861; p. South ch. Augusta, Me. 1861- 
67; First ch. Cambridge, Mass. from 1867; lecturer on Theol. of 
New Test. And. Sem. 1881-82 and Harv. Div. Sch. 1882-83; 
lecturer on Homiletics and Past'l Theol. And. Sem. 1894-97; 
Univ. preacher Harv. 1886-89; trustee PA. (and And. Sem.); 
overseer Harv.; trustee Bowd., Wellesley and Hampton Inst.; 
pub. Cambridge Sermons and other religious books. D.D. Amh. 
1879, Harv. 1901. Address 12 Garden St. Cambridge, Mass. 

Edward Beecher Mason b. Cincinnati, O. Mar. 7, 1838; Farmer's 
Coll. 0. 1858; ord. First ch. Cincinnati Feb. 2, 1862; p. Ravenna 
1861-73; Fourth Presb. ch. Indianapolis, Ind. 1873-78; Jefferson 
Ave. ch. Detroit, Mich. 1878-82; (Cong.) Arlington, Mass. 1882- 
89; Brunswick, Me. 1890-1903 and w.c. from 1903; d. Oct. 1, 
1907. D.D. Farmer's Coll. 1878. 

John William Miller from Jacksonville, 111.; 111. Coll. 1858; ord. 
May 26, 1863; p. Prescott, Wis. 1862-65; Hammond 1865-67, 
also Kinnikinnick 1866; teacher River Falls; said to have been 
teacher and preacher in Ore. and to have died there. 

Thomas Nichols b. Yonkers, N.Y. Feb. 5, 1838; N.J. Coll. 1856; 
Union Sem. 1858-60; ord. Mar. 11, 1863; p. (Presb.) Chester, 
N.Y. 1862-71; (Ref. Dutch) Queens 1871-74; First Presb. ch. 
New Brunswick, N.J. 1875-79; West Pittston, Pa. 1880-89; 
Milford 1890-1901; d. Germantown Oct. 16, 1901. 

Peter Nutting b. Otisfield, Me. July 13, 1827; Lit. and Theol. Inst. 
New Hampton, N.H.; a.p. Westford, Vt. from 1861; d. July 17, 
1862. 

Frederick Webster Osborn b. Newark, N.J. Feb. 1, 1834; Yale 1855; 
Union Sem. 1858-60; a.p. Wolcottville, Ct. 1862-63; teacher 
N.Y. City 1863-64; Hartford, Ct. 1864-65; private sch. Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 1865-73; supt and instructor Ment. and Mor. Sci. Adelphi 
Acad. Brooklyn 1873-96, prof. Psychol, and Phil. Adelphi Coll. 
1896-1906 and emer. Address 422 Grand Ave. Brooklyn, N.Y. 



314 ALUMNI 1861 

Joseph Worthy Pickett b. Andover, 0. Jan. 28, 1832; Alleg. Coll. 
Pa. 1855; Yale 1858; ord. Bristol, N.H. Jan. 2, 1862; p. Went- 
worth 1861-63; U.S. Chr. Com. Sherman's army 1863; p. Mt. 
Pleasant, Io. 1864-69; supt Amer. H.M. Soc. for Southern Io. 
1869-78, res. Des Moines, for Rocky Mt. dist. from 1878, res. 
Colorado Springs, Col.; d. from accident Leadville Nov. 14, 1879. 

Gustavus Dorman Pike b. Topsfield, Mass. Aug. 6, 1831 ; Dart. 1858 ; 
ord. Apr. 23, 1862; assoc. p. Olive St. ch. Nashua, N.H. 1862-65; 
East Hampton, Ct. 1865-67; agt Amer. Miss'y Assoc, for N.Y. 
Rochester 1867-70, dist. sec. N.Y. City from 1870; with Fisk 
Univ. Jubilee Singers in U.S. and Europe 1871-74; ed. Amer. 
Missionary from 1881; d. Hartford, Ct. Jan. 29, 1885. D.D. 
Drury 1880. 

Charles Henry Pratt b. Providence, R.I. May 17, 1837; Coll. City 
N.Y. 1856 and tutor 1856-58; ord. Feb. 20, 1863; p. Lisbon, 111. 
1862-64; Brookfield, Mo. 1864-69; surveyor Ashland, Minn. 1870- 
78; in business Minneapolis 1878-97; res. Phenix, Ariz.; Tucson; 
Yreka, Cal.; in business Minneapolis, Minn, from 1905. 

Address Minneapolis, Minn. 

Daniel Warren Richardson b. Middleton, Mass. Nov. 7, 1831; P.A.; 
Amh. 1853-54; Union 1857; res. lie. 1862; ord. Aug. 14, 1862; 
p. Dayville, Ct. 1862-66; Auburn, Mass. 1866-69; Easton 1869- 
72; w.c. Middleton 1872-75; p. East Bridgewater 1875-80; First 
Cong, (now Central) ch. Derry, N.H. 1880-85; w.c. Needham, 
Mass. 1885-87; p. Sudbury 1887-90; Lee, N.H. 1893-96; Chat- 
ham, Mass. 1896-1900; Ossipee Centre, N.H. 1900-04; w.c. Bed- 
ford, Mass. 1890-93 and from 1904. Address Bedford, Mass. 

Daniel Foster Savage b. East Machias, Me. Jan. 31, 1828; P.A.; 
ord. Lawrence, Mass. Oct. 16, 1861; h.m. Cedar Rapids, Io. 1861- 
62; Cass 1862-63; Stacy ville 1863-64; p. Stoddard, N.H. 1869-70; 
East Charlemont, Mass. 1870-71; w.c. Danvers 1872-82; farmer 
Hopkinsville, Ky. from 1882. 

Address R. F. D. 2, Hopkinsville, Ky. 

Samuel Bartlett Sherrill b. Lebanon, N.Y. Feb. 3, 1832; Amh. 1858; 

ord. Feb. 4, 1863; p. (Presb.) Cato, N.Y. 1862-68; (Cong.) 

Bellevue, O. 1868-73; Fairhaven, Vt. 1874-76; Moravia, N.Y. 

.1877-80; West Bloomfield 1880-91; res. Palmyra 1891-97; 

' Clifton Springs from 1897, sup. Rushville 1900. 

Address Clifton Springs, N.Y. 

George Burley Spalding b. Montpelier, Vt. Aug. 11, 1835; Univ. Vt. 
1856; Union Sem. 1858-60; ord. Oct. 5, 1861; p. Vergennes, Vt. 
1861-64; North (now Park) ch. Hartford, Ct. 1864-69; First ch. 
Dover, N.H. 1869-83; ed'l writer Watchman 1869-74; ed. N.H. 
Journal 1881-85 ; p. Franklin St. ch. Manchester 1883-85 ; First 
Presb. ch. Syracuse, N.Y. from 1885; representative, N.H. and 



ALUMNI 1861 315 

chap, legislature; mem. N.H. Const. Conv. 1877; trustee Ham. and 
Auburn Sem. D.D. Dart. 1878, Univ. Vt. 1904; LL.D. Syracuse 
Univ. 1894. Address 207 Townsend St. Syracuse, N.Y. 

Charles Langdon Tappan b. Moultonboro, N.H. June 26, 1828; 
Amh. 1858; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1858-60; res. lie. And. Sem. 1862; 
ord. St. Paul, Minn. Jan. 28, 1864; h.m. Owatonna 1864-66 and 
ed. 1867-68; p. Brighton, 111. 1868-70; Sandwich, N.H. 1871-77; 
Wilmot 1878-79; East Concord 1881-82; res. Concord from 
1879; cor. sec. N.H. Hist. Soc. 1888-89 and lib'n 1890-95; 
d. Feb. 23, 1902. 

John Coleman Taylor b. Benton, N.Y. Feb. 28, 1833; Union 1858; 
Auburn Sem. 1858-59; Union Sem. 1859-60; ord. Feb. 11, 1862; 
p. (Presb.) Sweden, N.Y. 1862-65; Chattanooga, Tenn. 1865; 
Corry, Pa. 1865-67; North ch. St. Louis, Mo. 1867; (Cong.) 
Groton, N.Y. 1867-71; Hanover St. ch. Milwaukee, Wis. 1872-74; 
(Presb.) Cuba, N.Y. 1875-83; Fifth Presb. ch. Kansas City, Mo. 
1883-87, Hill Memorial ch. 1887-94 and res. there after, sup. 
Eldorado Springs 1895-96; d. Feb. 26, 1904. 

James Edwin Tower b. Granby, Mass. June 10, 1834; Amh. 1858; 
Union Sem. 1858-60; res. lie. And. Sem. 1862; a.p. North Brook- 
field, Mass. 1862; d. Groton Aug. 18, 1862. 

John Whitehill b. Paisley, Scot. Aug. 11, 1833; Amh. 1858; ord. Dec. 
11, 1861; p. South Wilbraham (now Hampden), Mass. 1861-68; 
(Presb.) Liverpool, N.Y. 1868; (Cong.) West Attleboro (now Old- 
town), Mass. from 1869; representative. Address Oldtown, Mass. 

Jesse Allison Wilkins b. Middleton, Mass. Sept. 10, 1828; P. A.; 
a.p. Hubbardston 1861-62; South Woodstock, Ct. 1863-64; 
Chesterfield, Mass. 1864-65; Scituate, R.I. 1867-68; left the 
ministry; res. Woodstock, Ct. from 1868; d. Dec. 26, 1902. 

Albert Adams Young b. Hanover, N.H. May 10, 1836; Dart. 1856;. 
a.p. Vershire, Vt. 1862-63; ord. Watertown, Wis. Jan. 28, 1863; 
h.m. Lake Mills 1863-64; (Presb.) Oconto 1864-66; p. (Cong.) 
Bloomington 1866-71; Sharon 1871-75; (Presb.) New Lisbon 
1875-86; (Cong.) Boscobel 1886-89; Monona, Io. 1889-92; Cob- 
den, 111. 1892-95; Des Plaines 1895-97; res. Chicago 1899-1907; 
Winona Lake, Ind. from 1907. Address Winona Lake, Ind. 

NON-GRADUATES 

George Blagden Bacon (1860-61) b. New Haven, Ct. May 23, 1836; 
Yale 1856; Yale Sem. 1858-60; ord. Mar. 27, 1861; p. Orange 
Valley, N.J. from 1861 ; d. Sept. 15, 1876. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1872. 
Son of Leonard Bacon, class of 1823. 

William Henry Bowen (1858-59) b. Johnston, R.I. Feb. 27, 1836; 
Brown 1857; ord. Nov. 2, 1859; p. (Free Bapt.) Blackstone, Mass. 



316 ALUMNI 1861 

1859-62; Olneyville, R.I. 1863-64; North Scituate 1864-68; 
Lewiston, Me. 1869^82; ed. Free Bapt. Quarterly 1865-69; agt 
Bates Coll. 1883; p. (Bapt.) Middleboro, Mass. 1884-88; res. 
Providence, R.I. from 1888, sup. Stewart St. ch. 1890-91 and 
Wakefield 1904; overseer and fellow Bates. D.D. Hillsdale Coll. 
Mich. 1874. Address 27 Sycamore St. Providence, R.I. 

William Louis Bray (1859-60) b. St. Martin's, Cornwall, Eng. Feb. 
5, 1832; Amh. 1858; Chic. Sem. 1861; ord. Aug. 8, 1861; p. First 
ch. Aurora, 111. 1861-67; St. Joseph, Mo. 1867-68; Hatfield, Mass. 
1868-70; Marshalltown, Io. 1870-74; Kalamazoo, Mich. 1874-75; 
Clinton, Io. 1875-84; Kenosha, Wis. 1884-91; Atlantic ch. 
St. Paul, Minn. 1891-92; h.m. Wis. 1892-95; p. Oskaloosa, Io. 
1895-99; Sheldon 1899-1908. Address Sheldon, Io. 

Samuel Watson Brown (1859-61) b. Winchendon, Mass. Apr. 7, 
1828; Yale 1850; teacher N.J. and Tex. 1851-55; merchant Lud- 
low, Vt. 1855-58; Chic. Sem. 1858-59; ord. Rindge, N.H. Dec. 31, 
1861; p. South Coventry, Ct. 1861-64; Groton from 1864; d. 
Nov. 9, 1866. 

Samuel Russell Butler (1858-59) b. Northampton, Mass. July 21, 
1837; Wms. 1858; Union Sem. 1862-64; ord. Montreal, Can. 
Sept. 10, 1866; miss'y Can. For. Miss'y Soc. Labrador 1864-70 
and 1873-80; p. Hutchinson, Minn. 1872-73; Washington, Me. 
1873; res. Northampton, Mass. 1880-83; foreign travel 1883-84; 
p. Mill River, New Marlboro, Mass. 1885-86 and from 1888; 
d. Clifton Springs, N.Y. Mar. 25, 1893. 

Henry Martyn Frost (1858-59) b. Sullivan, N.H. Mar. 26, 1835; 
Dart. 1857; ord. (Epis.) deacon Apr. 20, 1860; priest Feb. 26, 
1862; chap. 7th Vt. Vols. 1862; r. St. Stephen's ch. Middlebury, 
Vt. 1864; w.c. from 1864; d. Thetford Feb. 20, 1866. 

Charles Henry Hitchcock (1859-61) b. Amherst, Mass. Aug. 23, 
1836; Amh. 1856; Yale Sem. 1856-57; stud. Royal Sch. of Mines 
and Brit. Museum London; lecturer on Zool. Amh. 1858-64; prof. 
Geol. and Min. Lafayette 1866-70; prof. Geol. and Min. Dart. 
1868-1908 and emer.; res. Amherst, Mass. from 1908; prof. Nat. 
Hist. Wms. 1881; prof. Geol. Va. Agric. Coll. 1882; lecturer on 
Geol. Mt. Holyoke; asst geologist in survey of Vt. 1857-61; state 
geologist Me. 1861-62, N.H. 1868-78. Ph.D. Lafayette 1869; 
LL.D. Amh. 1896. Address Amherst, Mass. 

John Milton Holmes (1859-61) b. Isle of Sheppey, Kent, Eng. May 
23, 1831; Yale 1857; ord. May 23, 1861; p. First ch. Jersey City, 
N.J. 1861-69; w.c. Andover, Mass. and Du Quoin, 111. 1869-70; 
d. Jersey City Sept. 20, 1871. 

Charles Hopkins (1858-59) b. Rutland, N.Y. Jan. 31, 1832; Yale 
1851-53; bookseller Norwich, N.Y. 1860-70; gen. agt Equit. Life 
Assurance Soc. of U.S. N.Y. City from 1870, res. Brooklyn; a 



ALUMNI 1861 317 

founder and deacon Tompkins Ave. ch. ; active in mission and S.S. 
work; d. North Adams, Mass. Dec. 9, 1906. A.M. hon. Yale 1886. 

Lewis Emmons Matson (1858-61) b. Simsbury, Ct. Sept. 24, 1838; 
Yale 1857; ord. July 31, 1861; p. Racine, Wis. 1861-64; Madison 
1864-66; Plymouth ch. Chicago, 111. from 1866; d. Lyons, France 
June 21, 1868. 

Frederick Alphonso Noble (1858-60) b. Baldwin, Me. Mar. 17, 1832; 
P.A.; Yale 1858; Lane Sem. 1861; ord. July 16, 1862; p. (Presb.) 
St. Paul, Minn. 1862-68; Third ch. Pittsburg, Pa. 1868-75; 
(Cong.) First ch. New Haven, Ct. 1875-79; Union Park ch. 
Chicago, 111. 1879-1901; res. Boston 1901-03; Phillips, Me. from 
1903; chap, senate, Minn.; moderator Nat'l Cong. Council Port- 
land, Ore. 1898. D.D. West. Res. 1872; LL.D. Ober. 1899. 

Address Phillips, Me. 

Thomas Albert Perkins (1858-59) b. Brooklyn, NY. Jan. 17, 1839; 
Yale 1858; cotton broker N.Y. City from 1861, res. Brooklyn; 
elder First Presb. ch. from 1871. 

Address 39 Garden PL Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Charles Morgan Pierce (1858-60) b. Hinsdale, Mass. Oct. 18, 1834; 
Wms. 1857, instructor Math, and Latin 1860-62, Math. 1867-68; 
res. lie. 1863; ord. Sept. 2, 1863; p. West Boxford, Mass. 1862- 
67; Middlefield 1868-81; Charlton 1882-86; Hardwick 1886-90; 
Auburn 1890-1904; w.c. Worcester 1904-06; Auburn from 1906. 

Address Auburn, Mass. 

Edward Clark Porter (1858-59) b. Hadley, Mass. Dec. 3, 1836; 
Yale 1858; teacher Louisville, Ky. ; Iowa City, Io. ; instructor 
Met. and Eng. Lit. Chicago (111.) High Sch. 1862-66; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon Mar. 10, 1866; priest Sept. 23, 1866; asst min. St. James's 
ch. Chicago 1866-67; r. St. Luke's ch. Racine, Wis. 1867-75; 
d. Jan. 8, 1876. 

Thomas Roberts (1858-59) b. Cannonsburg, Pa. Apr. 9, 1833; West. 
Res. 1856; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1861; a.p. Thompson, O. 1861-62; 
Andover 1862-63; ord. (Presb.) Oct. 1863; p. Ellsworth 1863-64; 
chap. 12th O. Cav. 1864-65; teacher and co. supt schools Tenn. 
1865-79 ; h.m. Wartburg 1879-85 and res. there after. 

Address Wartburg, Tenn. 

Elizur Wolcott (1858-59) b. Tallmadge, O. July 14, 1833; West. 
Res. 1850-52; Yale 1854; tutor West. Res. 1855-58; farmer Tall- 
madge from 1860; d. Dec. 21, 1873. 

Horace Bliss Woodworth (1858-59) b. Chelsea, Vt. Mar. 1, 1830; 
Dart. 1854; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1861; ord. Feb. 27, 1862; p. Hebron, 
Ct. 1862-65; U.S. Chr. Com.; p. Ellington 1865-69; Charles City, 
Io. 1870-73; Decorah 1873-82; w.c. Mitchell, Dak. 1882-85; prof. 
Math, and Physics Univ. No. Dak. 1885-1904 and emer.; d. 
Grand Forks Dec. 21, 1906. 



318 ALUMNI 1861 

William Burnet Wright (1858-60) b. Cincinnati, 0. Apr. 15, 1838; 
Dart. 1857; stud. Univ. Berlin and Univ. Halle 1860-61; ord. 
Dec. 2, 1862; p. South ch. Chicago, 111. 1862-67; Berkeley St. ch. 
Boston 1867-87; First ch. New Britain, Ct. 1888-90; Lafayette 
Presb. ch. Buffalo, N.Y. 1890-1902; author. D.D. Dart. 1888. 

Address 244 Richmond Ave. Buffalo, N.Y. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

William Elliott Bassett b. Derby, Ct. May 24, 1829; Yale 1850; 
Union Sem. 1851-52; Yale Sem. 1854 and res. lie. 1854-55; ord. 
Oct. 14, 1856; p. Central Village, Ct. 1856-59; North Manchester 
1861-63; Warren 1863-75; w.c. New Haven 1875-79; p. Bethle- 
hem 1879-81; North Canaan 1881; d. Norfolk Nov. 6, 1881. 

Augustus Berry b. Concord, N.H. Oct. 7, 1824; Amh. 1851; prin. 
Limerick (Me.) Acad. 1851-53; Lyndon (Vt.) Acad. 1853-55; 
Appleton Acad, (later McCollom Inst.) Mont Vernon, N.H. 1855- 
60; ord. Oct. 30, 1861; p. Pelham from 1861; d. Oct. 4, 1899. 

Francis 'Eugene Butler b. Suffield, Ct. Feb. 7, 1825; Yale 1857; 
Princ. Sem. 1860; a.p. (Presb.) Bedford Springs, Pa.; Second ch. 
Cleveland, 0.; ord. Apr. 16, 1862; p. (Cong.) Paterson, N.J. 
1862; chap. 25th N.J. Vols.; killed while going to the relief of 
the wounded, Suffolk, Va. May 4, 1863. 

Jacob Burnham Davis b. Nottingham, N.H. Oct. 6, 1830; New 
Hampton Bib. Sch. 1860; ord. (Free Bapt.) June 21, 1861; p. 
Lawrence, Mass. 1861-65; Carolina, R.I. 1865-66; First ch. 
Charlestown, Mass. 1866-68; Great Falls, N.H. 1868-71; Lynn, 
Mass. 1871-72; West Buxton, Me. 1872-76; Pittsfield 1876-79; 
Farmington 1879-82; Meredith Village, N.H. 1882-85; Rochester 
1885-90; Belmont 1890-93; Arlington, R.L 1893-97; Nashua, 
N.H. 1897-98; w.c. Ocean Park, Me. from 1898; d. Wilbraham, 
Mass. May 29, 1905. 

John Eaton (1859-61, first year as res. stu.) b. Sutton, N.H. Dec. 5, 
1829; Dart. 1854; prin. Clinton St. Sch. Cleveland, O. 1854-56; 
supt schools Toledo 1856-59; ord. by Maumee Presb 'y Sept. 5, 
1861; chap. 27th O. Vols. 1861-63; Col. 63d U.S.C.T. 1863, Bvt. 
Brig. Gen. 1865; supt freedmen Miss. Valley 1862-65; asst com'r 
Freedmen's Bureau Washington 1865-66; ed. Post Memphis, 
Tenn. 1866-70, also supt Pub. Instruction Tenn. 1867-69; U.S. 
com'r of Educ. Washington 1870-86; pres. Marietta 1885-91; 
res. Washington from 1891, in lit. work; U.S. inspector of Educ. 
Porto Rico 1898 ; pres. Internat '1 Congress of Educ. New Orleans, 
La.; trustee Howard Univ. and Columbian Coll. Washington, 
Fisk Univ. and Lane Sem.; d. Feb. 9, 1906. Ph.D. Rutgers 1872; 
LL.D. Dart. 1876. 

Henry Lynes Hubbell (1859-61) Class of 1859. 



ALUMNI 1862 319 

James Pillsbury Lane (also res. stu. 1858) b. Candia, N.H. Sept. 8, 
1832; Amh. 1857; h.m. Vt. 1859-60; ord. Jan. 10, 1861; p. East 
Weymouth, Mass. 1861-66; Free ch. Andover 1866-70; Bristol, 
R.L 1871-80; Norton, Mass. 1882-88; w.c. Hyde Park from 1888; 
d. Jan. 6, 1889. 

Atwood Bond Meservey b. Appleton, Me. Sept. 30, 1831; New 
Hampton (N.H.) Lit. Inst'n 1857 and Bib. Sch. 1860; ord. (Free 
Bapt.) Apr. 1861; p. Meredith Village, N.H. 1861-62; prof. Math, 
and Nat. Sciences 'New Hampton Lit. Inst'n 1862-67 and prin. 
1868-98; prin. North wood Sem. 1867-68; pub. text-books on 
bookkeeping and banking; representative; d. New Hampton 
Feb. 21, 1901. A.M. hon. Brown 1862; Ph.D. Bates 1873 and 
D.D. 1894. 

William Stratton Palmer (1859-61, first year as res. stu.) b. Orford- 
ville, N.H. Aug. 6, 1827; Dart. 1853; teacher Kingston, R.L 1853- 
55; prin. Berwick (Me.) Acad. 1855-56; Central High Sch. Cleve- 
land, O. 1856^59; ord. Feb. 19, 1862; p. Wells River, Vt. 1862-74; 
Second ch. Norwich, Ct. 1874-89; sup. First ch. St. Louis, Mo. 
1890-91; res. Norwich Town, Ct. from 1891, p. Lebanon 1892-97 
and Bozrah from 1898; d. Norwich Town May 17, 1907. D.D. 
Dart. 1880. 

1862 

GRADUATES 

David Marks Bean b. Tamworth, N.H. Mar. 30, 1832; Yale 1858; 
ord. July 23, 1863; p. Groton Junction (now Ayer), Mass. 1863- 
64; South Maiden (now Everett) 1864-68; Webster 1868-71; 
South Framingham 1873-79 ; w.c. Newtonville 1880-82 ; Colorado 
Springs, Col. from 1882 ; d. Jan. 23, 1884. 

Edwin Spencer Beard b. Methuen, Mass. May 15, 1832 ; P.A. ; Amh. 
1855-57; Yale 1859; ord. Riverhead, N.Y. Apr. 2, 1863; p. Second 
Presb. ch. East Hampton 1862-64; (Cong.) Warren, Me. 1864-73; 
Brooklyn, Ct. from 1873; d. Dec. 25, 1891. Son of Spencer Field 
Beard, class of 1827. 

Horace Elijah Boardman b. West Rutland, Vt. May 18, 1835; Midd. 
1857; ord. July 15, 1863; h.m. Fort Dodge, Io. 1863-64; Earlville 
1864-65; stud, med.; physician Menasha, Wis. 1867-69; Sun 
Prairie 1869-79; Monroe 1879-87; Larned, Kan. from 1887; d. 
Feb. 26, 1888. M.D. Hahnemann Med. Coll. 111. 1867. 

Nathaniel Greene Bonney b. Marshfield, Mass. May 30, 1834; Brown 
1856; ord. May 26, 1864; p. First ch. Peru, Mass. 1864-68; 
Poquonock, Windsor, Ct. 1868-73; Falls Village, Canaan 1873-76; 
East Hartland 1876-78; Hanover from 1878; d. Hartford Apr. 12, 
1883. 



320 ALUMNI 1862 

Thomas Mason Boss b. New London, Ct. May 20, 1836 ; Amh. 1859 ; 
a.p. Jewett City, Ct. 1862-63; Mystic Bridge, Norwich, Madison 
1863-65; ord. June 5, 1866; p. Lyons, Io. 1866-70; Putnam, Ct. 
1870-76; Springfield, Vt. 1878-84; La Crosse, Wis. 1885-88; 
Leavenworth, Kan. 1888-96; d. July 30, 1897. 

Daniel Bowe b. Agawam, Mass. Jan. 13, 1833; Yale 1859; Union 
Sem. 1859-60; supt plantations (for Educ'l Com. Boston) Port 
Royal, S.C. 1862; d. N.Y. City Oct. 30, 1862. 

Henry James Bruce b. Hard wick, Mass. Feb. 5, 1835; Amh. 1859; 
Bangor Sem. 1859-60; ord. Springfield, Mass. Sept. 11, 1862; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Western India from 1862; Ahmednagar 1863- 
72; Satara from 1875; while in U.S. 1872-75 learned art of print- 
ing, took a press to India and printed the schoolbooks and re- 
ligious books which he had translated into Marathi, as well as 
millions of leaflets. Address Satara, India. 

Edward Chase b. Baltimore, Md. Oct. 8, 1836; Union 1859; ord. 
Apr. 8, 1863; p. West Falmouth, Me. 1863-64; Eastport 1864; 
South ch. Kennebunkport 1865-68; Bedford, Mass. 1869-75; 
Pavilion ch. Biddeford, Me. 1876-82; Hallowell 1883-97; w.c. 
Kennebunkport from 1897. Address Kennebunkport, Me. 

George Constantine b. Athens, Greece Jan. 1, 1833 ; Amh. 1859 ; ord. 
Amherst, Mass. Sept. 10, 1862; miss'y Amer. and For. Chr. Union 
(afterwards laboring independently and in connection with 
A.B.C.F.M. mission); Athens, Greece 1863-80; Smyrna, Turkey 
from 1880; edited relig. periodical in Greek and translated Bible 
dictionary, commentary on Gospels and other books (including 
Life of Abraham Lincoln); U.S. vice-consul Athens 1864-74; 
d. Harrowgate, Eng. Oct. 6, 1891. D.D. Bates 1883. 

Albert Henry Currier b. Skowhegan, Me. Nov. 15, 1837; Bowd. 
1857; ord. Dec. 3, 1862; p. Ashland 1862-65; Central ch. Lynn, 
Mass. 1865-81; prof. Sac. Rhet. and Past'l Theol. Ober. Sem. 
1881-1907 and emer. ; author of biography of Dr. Constans L. 
Goodell, class of 1858; overseer Bowd. D.D. Bowd. 1884. 

Address Oberlin, O. 

Elijah Cutler b. Holliston, Mass. Feb. 14, 1829; Wms. 1856; stud, 
med. Philadelphia; Harv. Med. Sch. 1858-59; Theol. Inst. Ct. 
1859-61; ord. Sept. 9, 1863; p. Conway, Mass. 1863-68; U.S. Chr. 
Com. Army of Potomac 1865; res. lie. 1869; p. First ch. Green- 
field, Mass. 1869-71; East Charlemont 1871-73; gen. agt Mass. 
Bible Soc. Boston from 1872, res. Dorchester; d. Mar. 2, 1898. 

Daniel Henry Evans b. Ripley, O. Apr. 16, 1838; Miami 1859; 
Alleg. Sem. Pa. 1859-60; Union Sem. 1860-61; ord. (Presb.) 
Raisin, Mich. Apr. 16, 1863; p. Blissfield and Palmyra 1862-65; 
U.S. Chr. Com. 1864; Grand Haven 1865-69; First ch. Youngs- 



ALUMNI 1862 321 

town, 0. 1870-1900 and Memorial ch. from 1900; trustee Miami. 
D.D. Univ. Wooster, O. 1886; LL.D. Richmond Coll. 1896. 

Address 264 No. Heights Ave. Youngstown, O. 

Gilbert Otis Fay b. Wadsworth, O. Nov. 8, 1834; P.A.; Wms. 1855- 
56; Yale 1859^ teacher Ohio Inst, for Deaf and Dumb Columbus 
1862-66 and supt 1866-80 ; teacher Amer. Asylum for Deaf, Hart- 
ford, Ct. from 1880. Ph.D. West. Res. 1880. 

Address 6 Atwood St. Hartford, Ct. 

William Gill b. Bridgeneld, Derbyshire, Eng. Mar. 28, 1829; 111. Coll. 
1859; ord. May 26, 1863; p. River Falls, Wis. 1862-75; Mantor- 
ville, Minn. 1875-81; Alexandria 1881-83; New Richmond, Wis. 
1883-84; Cottage Grove, Minn. 1885-91; Glyndon 1891-93; 
Roberts, Wis. 1893-97 and Kinnickinnick 1893-98; w.c. River 
Falls from 1898; d. Aug. 20, 1901. 

Henry Anthony Goodhue b. Westminster, Vt. July 29, 1833; 
Antioch Coll. O. 1853-55; Dart. 1857; ord. May 20, 1863; p. West 
Barnstable, Mass. 1862-83; Croyden, N.H. 1883-84; Townshend, 
Vt. 1884-87; Westminster West 1887-1903; w.c. Brattleboro 
from 1903. Address Brattleboro, Vt. 

Hiram James Gordon b. Charleston, N.Y. Apr. 26, 1830 ; Union 1858 
and tutor 1859-62; ord. Feb. 27, 1863; p. (Christian) Haverhill, 
Mass. 1863-65; Franklin St. ch. Fall River from 1865; d. Oct. 20, 
1866. 

Charles Fowler Hand b. Madison, Ct. May 18, 1837; P.A.; Wms. 
1859; private 14th Ct. Vols. 1862; 2d U.S. Cav. 1862-63; 63d 
U.S.C.T. 1863 and Capt. 1864-65; wounded in battle; Nat'l Sol- 
diers' Home, Me. 1869-74; d. Gov't Hospital Washington, D.C. 
Sept. 21, 1874. 

Henry Charles Haskell b. Anson, Me. Dec. 28, 1835; Wms. 1859; 
ord. South Deerfield, Mass. Aug. 13, 1862; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Sofia, Bulgaria 1862-63; Philippopolis 1863-72; p. Huntington, O. 
1873-75; High St. ch. Columbus 1875-77; North Amherst 1877- 
81; Harmar 1881-87; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Samokov, Bulgaria 1887- 
1902, prin. Amer. Colleg. and Theol. Inst. 1890-98; Philippopolis 
from 1902. D.D. Marietta 1888. 

Address Philippopolis, Bulgaria. 

George Wilson Howe b. Lowell, Mass. Jan. 5, 1833; Bowd. 1859; 
New Hampton (N.H.) Bib. Sch. 1859-60; a.p. (Free Bapt.) Lowell 
1863; ord. Nov. 12, 1863; p. Buxton, Me. 1863-66; Harrison 1867- 
72; agt Me. Free Bapt. H.M. Soc. 1872-73; p. South Limington 
1874-76; prin. Colburn and Varnum gram, schools Lowell, Mass. 
from 1876; d. Mar. 21, 1894. 



322 ALUMNI 1862 

James Albert Howe b. Dracut, Mass. Oct. 10, 1834; Bowd. 1859; 
New Hampton (N.H.) Bib. Sch. 1859-60; ord. (Free Bapt.) Oct. 
30, 1862; p. Blackstone, Mass. 1862-63; Olneyville, R.I. 1863-72; 
prof. Sys. Theol. and Horn. Cobb Div. Sch. Me. 1872-1908. D.D. 
Hillsdale 1876. Address 536 Pleasant St. Belmont, Mass. 

Henry Strong Huntington b. N.Y. City July 15," 1836; Yale 1857; 
ord. Jan. 31, 1866; p. Warner, N.H. 1863-72; First ch. Galesburg, 
111. 1872-76; Gorham, Me. 1877-87; First ch. Milton, Mass. 1888- 
1907; res. Constantinople, Turkey, 1908; statis. sec. N.H. Gen. 
Assoc. 1869-72, cor. sec. Me. Gen. Conf. 1881-86. 

Address Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey. 

Enoch Place Ladd b. Deerfield, N.H. Aug. 25, 1832; P.A.; Dart. 
1858; res. lie. 1863; ord. (Free Bapt.) Jan. 10, 1865; p. Alton 
1864-69; Limerick, Me. from 1869; d. July 14, 1874. 

James Anderson Laurie b. Jacksonville, 111. Mar. 4, 1835; Wms. 
1859; ord. Jan. 18, 1865; h.m. (Presb.) Lowville and Arlington, 
Wis. 1864-69, also Poynette 1867-69 ; Leroy, Minn, and Chester, 
Io. 1869-72; Rice's Point, Duluth, Minn. 1873-84; Ellensburg, 
Wash. 1884-89; Auburn and Kent 1890; w.c. Anacortes from 
1890. Address Anacortes, Wash. 

Charles Henry Learoyd b. Danvers, Mass. June 7, 1834 ; Harv. 1858 ; 
ord. (Epis.) deacon July 10, 1862; priest June 23, 1863; asst min. 
Emmanuel ch. Boston 1862-63; r. Grace ch. Medford 1863-72; 
St. Thomas's ch. Taunton 1872-95; Emmanuel ch. Wakefield 
1896-1905 and w.c. from 1905. Address Wakefield, Mass. 

Charles Marsh Mead b. Cornwall, Vt. Jan. 28, 1836; Midd. 1856 
and tutor 1859-60; teacher Latin and Greek PA. 1856-58; stud. 
Univ. Halle 1863-64; Univ. Berlin 1864-66; ord. Cornwall, Vt. 
Aug. 10, 1866; prof. Hebrew Lang, and Lit. And. Sem. 1866-82; 
lit. work Germany 1882-88, England and Germany 1889-92; 
lecturer Princ. Sem. 1889; prof. Chr. Theol. Hartford Sem. 1892- 
98 ; work on Amer. Revision of Bible New Haven, Ct. 1897-1902 ; 
lit. work Europe 1902-04; Boston 1904-06; New Haven, Ct. from 
1906; editor Commentary on Exodus (Lange) ; author of Super- 
natural Revelation and other works; one of Amer. revisers of 
Bible. Ph.D. Tubingen 1866; D.D. Midd. 1881, Princ. 1896; 
LL.D. Midd. 1906. Address New Haven House, New Haven, Ct. 

William Enos Boise Moore b. Agawam, Mass. Apr. 22, 1831; Amh. 
1858; Union Sem. 1859-60; a.p. Tolland, Mass. 1862-63; Centre- 
ville, Barnstable 1863-64; Montgomery 1864-65; ord. Oct. 4, 
1865; p. Huntington 1865-67; Bolton, Ct. 1867-78; West Stafford 
1879-82; Millington 1882-85; North Madison 1885-95; East 
Hartland 1896-1903; w.c. Scotland from 1903. 

Address Scotland, Ct. 



ALUMNI 1862 323 

George Henry Morss b. Lowell, Mass. Aug. 7, 1832; PA.; miss'y 
teacher A.B.C.F.M. Lenox, Choctaw Nation 1857-58; a.p. First 
ch. Dracut, Mass. 1862-63; ord. May 11, 1864; p. Abington, Ct. 
1864-66; Centreville, Barnstable, Mass. 1866-69; Townsend 1869- 
73; Henniker, N.H. 1873-76; Clarendon, Vt. 1876-86; West 
Warren, Mass. 1886-89; Central Village, Ct. 1889-94; Marshfield 
Hills, Mass. 1894-96; Montville Centre, Ct. 1896-1906; w.c. 
Stow, Mass. from 1906. Address Stow, Mass. 

Cyrus Pearl Osborne b. Waterville, Me. July 22, 1834; PA.; Harv. 
1859; U.S. Chr. Com. La. 1862-63; a.p. North Andover, Mass. 
1863-64; Shelburne Falls 1864-65; Pacific ch. New Bedford 1865; 
ord. Nov. 2, 1865; p. Bristol, R.I. 1865-70; foreign travel 1870- 
71; p. (Cong.) Baltimore, Md. 1872-74; res. Andover, Mass. 1874- 
76; p. Southington, Ct. 1876-80; Branford 1880-84; (Presb.) 
Fayetteville, N.Y. 1884-98; field sec. Boston Seamen's Friend 
Soc. 1899-1902, cor. sec. from 1902, res. Cambridge. 

Address Room 601, 14 Beacon St. Boston, Mass. 

John Alsop Paine b. Newark, N.J. Jan. 14, 1840; Ham. 1859; state 
botanist N.Y. 1862-67, res. Utica; ord. Newark, N.J. May 29, 
1867; prof. Nat. Sci. Robert Coll. Constantinople, Turkey 1867- 
69; stud. Univ. Berlin 1869-70; prof. Nat. Hist, and German 
Lake Forest Univ. 1870-71; assoc. ed. Independent 1871-72; 
archaeologist first exped'n Palestine Exploration Soc. 1872-74; 
literary work Albany, N.Y. 1875-77; Tarrytown from 1877; 
ed. Jour, of Christian Philosophy 1882-84; on staff of Century 
Diet.; curator Metrop. Museum of Art N.Y. City 1889-1906; 
author of books on Oriental and scientific subjects. Ph.D. Ham. 
1874. Address Tarrytown, N.Y. 

Albert Reed b. Jacksonville, 111. Feb. 12, 1836; 111. Coll. 1859; res. 
lie. 1863 ; teacher f reedmen under Amer. Miss 'y Assoc. Va. 1864- 
65; res. Jacksonville, 111.; Galesburg; Newton, Io. from 1899. 

Address 320 So. Spring St. Newton, Io. 

Edward Gerrish Thurber b. Monroe, Mich. May 28, 1836; Univ. 
Mich. 1857; Union Sem. 1859-61; ord. Oct. 22, 1862; p. Walpole, 
Mass. 1862-70; (Presb.) Park Central ch. Syracuse, N.Y. 1870- 
89; Amer. ch. Paris, France 1889-1904; res. N.Y. City from 1904, 
sup. various churches. D.D. Ham. 1882. 

Address 121 W. 71st St. N.Y. City. 

Luther Tracy Townsend b. Orono, Me. Sept. 27, 1838; Dart. 1859; 
Adj. 16th N.H. Vols. 1862-63; ord. (Meth.) deacon Apr. 10, 1864; 
elder Apr. 1, 1866; p. Watertown, Mass. 1864-66; Maiden 1866- 
67; Auburndale 1867-68; Bromfield St. ch. Boston 1868-70; prof. 
Hebrew and Greek Boston Univ. Theol. Sch. 1868-70, prof. Hist. 
Theol. 1872, Pract. Theol. and Sac. Rhet. 1872-93 and emer.; 



324 ALUMNI 1862 

p. Mt. Vernon PL ch. Baltimore, Md. 1894r-95; Metropolitan ch. 
Washington, D.C. 1896; assoc. ed. Baltimore Methodist 1897-98; 
prof. Gammon Theol. Sem. Atlanta, Ga. 1901-02; author of 
theological books. D.D. Dart. 1871. 

Address Kenilworth, Brookline, Mass. 

Azel Washburn Wild b. Brookfield, Vt. June 12, 1836; Midd. 1857; ' 
h.m. Pittsfield 1862-64; ord. Oct. 26, 1864; p. Greensboro 1864- 
73; Peacham 1874-81; Charlotte 1882-90; Elizabethtown, N.Y. 
1890-98; w.c. Cambridgeport, Vt. from 1898, preparing hist, of 
Vt. churches; mem. Vt. Const. Conv. 1870; cor. sec. Vt. Gen. 
Cong. Conv. 1880-90. Address Cambridgeport, Vt. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Benjamin Parker Davis (1859-61) b. Newburyport, Mass. June 16, 
1832; clerk commis. dept 11th Corps under Gen. O. O. Howard, 
Chancellorsville and Gettysburg; clerk Treas'y dept Washington 
1861-87 and in business after; aided in formation of First and 
Mt. Pleasant churches; d. Nov. 15, 1907. 

William Moore Gay (1859-60) b. Pittsfield, Mass. Apr. 22, 1830; 
Yale 1855; Yale Sem. 1860-62; ord. Mar. 31, 1863; p. Whitney's 
Point, N.Y. 1862-64; West Avon, Ct. 1864-65; Winchester Centre 
1866-69; Cummington, Mass. 1870-73; West Warren 1873-75; 
teacher McGaw's Normal Inst. Reeds Ferry, N.H. 1875-77, also 
sup. Goffs Falls; p. First ch. Brookfield, Vt. 1880-84, also Second 
ch. 1882-85; (Presb.) South Hartford, N.Y. 1886-88; Middle 
Granville 1889-90; (Cong.) Mclndoe's Falls, Vt. 1891-95; 
Nepaug, Ct. 1895-96; Pomona, Fla. 1898-1900; w.c. Georgetown, 
Mass. 1877-80, 1896-98 and from 1900; d. July 10, 1906. 

Edward Elisha Herrick (1859-61) b. West Randolph, Vt. Dec. 4, 
1835; Univ. Vt. 1856; private, 2d Lt., 1st Lt. 15th Vt. Vols. 1862- 
63; ord. Feb. 24, 1864; p. Rochester 1863-66; Colchester 1866-69; 
Wilmington 1869-70; Chelsea 1870-89; Milton from 1889. 

Address Milton, Vt. 

Charles Hosford (1859-60) b. Thetford, Vt. Jan. 1, 1837; Dart. 
1859; physician Thompson, Ct.; d. Mar. 18, 1877. M.D. N.Y. 
Univ. 1863. 

James Mascarene Hubbard (1859-61) b. Boston Aug. 15, 1836; 
Yale 1859 ; ord. July 23, 1862 ; p. Gospel ch. Longwood, Brookline, 
Mass. 1862-63; Middleton 1864-68; Grantville (now Wellesley 
Hills) 1868-74; asst Boston Pub. Lib. 1875-80; assoc. ed. Youth's 
Companion from 1887; res. Boston from 1881. Son of Hon. 
Samuel Hubbard, trustee. Address 502 Beacon St. Boston, Mass. 

Horatio Curren Lillie (1860-61) b. Butternuts, N.Y. 1838; Union 
1859; stud, law 111. 1862-63; farmer Butternuts from 1863. 

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ALUMNI 1862 325 

Walter McDuffie Potter (1860-62) b. Providence, R.I. May 8, 1836; 
Brown 1859; Rochester Sem. 1863; ord. (Bapt.) 1863; h.m. 
Denver, Col. 1863-65 ; d. Cranston, R.I. Apr. 9, 1866. 

James Augustus Sanderson (1859-60) b. Lowell, Mass. May 14, 
1834; Dart. 1859; Berkeley Div. Sch. 1862; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
June 4, 1862; priest June 15, 1864; r. St. Stephen's ch. Pittsfield, 
N.H. 1862-64; Christ ch. Eastport, Me. 1864-66; St. Paul's ch. 
Wickford, R.I. 1866-68; asst min. ch. of Messiah Boston 1868-69; 
r. Zion ch. Pierrepont Manor, N.Y. 1869-76; Pittsfield, N.H. 1876- 
78; Christ ch. Plymouth, Mass. 1878-81 and w.c. from 1881; 
d. Nov. 9, 1889. 

William Clark Sanford (1859-62) b. Orwell, Vt. Aug. 31, 1829; 
Univ. Vt. 1854; in business Wis. 1863-73; ord. Dec. 1, 1875; 
p. Oak Grove, Wis. 1875-80; Onaga, Kan. 1880-81; Mt. Vernon, 
Clay Co. 1881-82; Smith Centre 1884r-88, also Gaylord 1884- 
85, Fairview 1885-88; Milford 1883-84, 1888-89 and w.c. from 
1889; d. Feb. 12,1903. 

Henry Albert Schauffler (1859-61) b. Constantinople, Turkey Sept. 
4, 1837; Wms. 1859; Harv. Law Sch. 1861-62; prof. Law Robert 
Coll. Constantinople 1863-65; ord. June 3, 1865; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Constantinople 1865-70; Prague, Austria 1872-74; Brtinn 1874- 
81; city miss'y Cleveland, O. 1882-83; supt Slavic work Cong. 
H.M. Soc. from 1883, also p. Bethlehem ch. 1888-98; founded 
five Slavic churches and a Bible training sch. in Cleveland; in- 
strumental in organizing Slavic Dept Ober. Sem.; d. Feb. 15, 
1905. D.D. Wms. 1890. Son of William Gottlieb Schauffler, class 
of 1830. 

Jonathan Young Stanton (1859-62) b. Lebanon, Me. June 16, 1834; 
Bowd. 1856; prin. Pinkerton Acad. Derry, N.H. 1862-64; prof. 
Latin and Greek Bates from 1864. Litt.D. Bowd. 1894. 

Address Lewiston, Me. 

Gardner Perry Stickney (1859-61) b. Groveland, Mass. Nov. 1, 1835; 
Amh. 1858; d. Urbana, O. Mar. 29, 1862. 

Henry Upson (1859-61) b. Wolcott, Ct. May 21, 1831; Yale 1859; 
Yale Sem. 1861-62; ord. June 22, 1862; chap. 13th Ct. Vols. 1862- 
63; p. New Preston 1863-72; New Preston Hill 1873-78; prin. 
Upson Sem. New Preston 1869-1905. 

Address 96 Lincoln St. New Britain, Ct. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Edward Griffin Beckwith (1860-62) b. Great Barrington, Mass. 
Nov. 16, 1826; Wms. 1849; teacher Royal Sch. Honolulu, H.I. 
1851-54; pres. Oahu Coll. 1854-59; ord. Feb. 3, 1857; p. Sacra- 



326 ALUMNI 1863 

mento, Cal. 1859-60; Third ch. San Francisco 1862-67 and 1881- 
87; prin. Oakland Coll. Sch. 1867-69; p. Second (now Plymouth) 
ch. San Francisco 1869-70; Second ch. Waterbury, Ct. 1871-81; 
Central Union ch. Honolulu, H.I. 1887-93; For. Prot. ch. Maka- 
wao, Maui 1894-1905; res. Hamakuapoko from 1905. D.D. Wms. 
1874. Address Hamakuapoko, Maui, H.I. 

Henry Anderson Dickinson Class of 1861. 

Samuel Dana Hosmer Class of 1854. 

John McKinlay b. Alexandria, Scot. Mar. 4, 1831; New Hampton 
(N.H.) Theol. Inst'n 1861; ord. Nov. 6, 1862; p. (Bapt.) West 
Lebanon, N.H. 1862-68; d. North Adams, N.Y. Sept. 23, 1868. 

Daniel Augustus Miles b. Rutland, Mass. Apr. 2, 1835; Yale 1858; 
Yale Sem. 1861; private 8th Me. Vols. 1863-65; wounded; ord. 
Central ch. Worcester, Mass. July 27, 1864; chap. 4th N.J. Vols. 
1865; in service Amer. Miss'y Assoc, among freedmen Va. 1865- 
66; h.m. Forest Grove, Ore. 1866-68; w.c. Auburn and Westboro, 
Mass. after; d. June 10, 1895. 

Daniel Warren Richardson Class of 1861. 

Charles Langdon Tappan Class of 1861. 

James Edwin Tower Class of 1861. 

William Hayes Ward Class of 1859. 

Lorenzo Johnson White (1860-62) b. Greenbush, Weathersfield, Vt. 
Aug. 31, 1828; Ober. 1851; Ober. Sem. 1855; ord. June 7, 1858; 
p. Lyons, Io. 1857-60; Amboy, 111. 1862-66; Plymouth ch. St. Paul, 
Minn. 1866-71; Ripon, Wis. 1871-76; Old South ch. Reading, 
Mass. 1876-81;' Green Bay, Wis. 1882-92; chap, senate, Minn.; 
d. London, Eng. Jan. 10, 1893. 



1863 

GRADUATES 

Henry Freeman Allen b. Boston Mar. 1, 1838; Harv. 1860; res. lie. 
1865; ord. (Epis.) deacon May 20, 1863; priest Mar. 13, 1865; 
r. St. Paul's ch. Stockbridge, Mass. 1865-72; Grace ch. Amherst 
1872-77; ch. of Messiah Boston 1877-94; chap. Amer. Epis. ch. 
Lucerne, Switz. 1895-1900; one of clergy Holy Trinity ch. 
Florence, Italy from 1900. 

Address 1 Piazza Soderini, Florence, Italy. 

John Otis Barrows b. Mansfield, Ct. Aug. 4, 1833; Amh. 1860; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1860-61; ord. June 9, 1864; p. North Hampton, 
N.H. 1864-66; First ch. Exeter 1866-69; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 






ALUMNI 1863 327 

Cesarea, Turkey 1869-75; Magnesia 1875-77; Constantinople 
1877-80; p. Atkinson, N.H. 1882-85; Newington, Ct. 1885-91; 
w.c. Nortbfield, Mass. 1891-93; p. Stonington, Ct. 1893-1908. 

Address Stonington, Ct. 

Samuel Lysander Bates b. Brookfield, Vt. Nov. 11, 1831; Univ. Vt. 
1857; ord. Mar. 23, 1864; p. Underhill 1864-71; Newbury 1872- 
90; res. Middlebury from 1890, sup. Manchester 1890-91, Benson 
1891-93, Winooski 1893-97 and other churches; sec. Vt. Cong. 
Conv. 1888-1901; d. Mar. 29, 1904. 

Moses Bradford Boardman b. Francestown, N.H. May 25, 1833; 
Amh. 1860; Union Sem. 1860-62; ord. Oct. 1, 1863; p. Lynnfield 
Centre, Mass. 1863-70; Brimfield 1870-73 and w.c. 1873-75; 
Harwinton, Ct. 1875-78; res. New Britain from 1878, assoc. p. 
First ch. 1884-92 and p. 1905-07; d. Sept. 22, 1907. 

Charles Henry Boyd b. Francestown, N.H. Nov. 4, 1836 ; Dart. 1858 
and tutor Math. 1859-60 and 1863; asst p. Second ch. Norwich, 
Ct. 1863-64; ord. May 4, 1864; p. Mystic Bridge, Stonington 
1864r-65; res. Francestown, N.H. from 1865; d. Manchester 
Jan. 5, 1866. 

Henry Bullard b. St. Louis, Mo. Sept. 23, 1839; Amh. 1860; ord. 
Oct. 1, 1863; p. Wayland, Mass. 1863-68; U.S. Chr. Com. 1863 
and 1865; p. (Presb.) Westminster ch. St. Joseph, Mo. from 
1868. D.D. Westminster Coll. Mo. 1883. Son of Artemas 
Bullard, class of 1829. 

Address 409 No. 22d St., St. Joseph, Mo. 

William Wilberforce Chapin b. Somers, Ct. Dec. 2, 1836; P.A.; 
Wms. 1860; in Chadbourne's exped'n to Labrador 1860; ord. 
Somers Sept. 24, 1863; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Western India from 
1864; d. Ahmednagar Mar. 22, 1865. 

Henry Lincoln Chase b. Westford, Vt. Sept. 9, 1832; Univ. Vt. 
1852-54; Waterville 1857; Theol. Inst. Ct.; ord. July 27, 1864; 
p. Carver, Mass. 1864-67; Dyersville, Io. 1867-70; Green Moun- 
tain 1870-82 ; res. Minneapolis, Minn. 1882-1902, sup. Hutchinson 
1885; res. Clifton Springs, N.Y. from 1902; d. Mar. 1, 1905. 

Edward Lord Clark b. Nashua, N.H. Feb. 3, 1838; P.A.; Brown 
1858; ord. Old South ch. Boston Aug. 8, 1861; chap. 12th Mass. 
Vols. 1861-62; p. First ch. North Bridgewater (now Brockton) 
1863-66; North (now United) ch. New Haven, Ct. 1867-72; 
(Presb.) ch. of Puritans N.Y. City 1872-93; (Cong.) Central ch. 
Boston 1893-1902; res. Brookline from 1904. D.D. Wms. 1880. 
Address 50 Harris St. Brookline, Mass. 

Hollis Sampson Clarke b. Bath (?), N.H. Mar. 8, 1838; Dart. 1856- 
57; Theol.- Inst. Ct. 1860-62; ord. Oct. 27, 1863; p. Raymond, Wis. 



328 ALUMNI 1863 

1863-65; (Presb.) New Lisbon 1865-66; (Cong.) Lisbon, 111. 1867- 
68; Williamsburg and Genoa Bluffs, Io. 1869-73; d. May 28, 1873. 

Josiah Taylor Closson b. Norwich, Vt. Nov. 26, 1833; Dart. 1860; 
a.p. Orfordville, N.H. 1863-64; U.S. Chr. Com. 1865; a.p. North 
Deer Isle, Me. 1866-67 and p. 1875-77; a.p. Fayette, Io. 1867-69; 
ord. June 8, 1871; p. Bowen's Prairie 1869-73; North Thetford, 
Vt. 1878-81; Salisbury 1882-83; First ch. St. Johnsbury 1883- 
84; Lebanon, Me. 1885-87; Truro, Mass. 1888-89; New Salem 
1889-92; w.c. West Lebanon, Me. from 1892. 

Address West Lebanon, Me. 

George Curtiss b. East Hampton, Ct. Jan. 5, 1837; Amh. 1860; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1860-62; a.p. Pepperell, Mass. 1863-64; Bristol, 
R.I. 1864; ord. Dec. 28, 1865; p. Avon, Ct. 1864-68; Harwinton 
1869-77; Union 1878-81 and 1903-04; Wethersfield Ave. ch. Hart- 
ford 1881-89; Mayville, N.D. 1890-99; w.c. Kent, Ct. 1900-03 
and assoc. p. 1904-08; representative, Ct. D.D. Fargo Coll. 
1899. Address 291 Main St. West Haven, Ct. 

Samuel Dunham b. Southington, Ct. Feb. 8, 1835; Yale 1860; Union 

Sem. 1860-62; ord. Oct. 4, 1864; p. West Brookfield, Mass. 1863- 

70; First ch. Norwalk, Ct. 1870-72; (Presb.) West ch. Bing- 

hamton, N.Y. 1873-1902 and emer. ; p. Floral Ave. ch. from 1906. 

Address 35 North St. Binghamton, N.Y. 

William Hale Dunning b. Mobile, Ala. Nov. 12, 1836; Harv. 1858 
and res. grad 1859-60; ord. Feb. 10, 1864; p. Rockport, Mass. 
1864-67; res. Faribault, Minn, from 1868; d. Feb. 7, 1869. 

Albert Ira Dutton b. Stowe, Vt. Aug. 5, 1831; Midd. 1858; Theol. 
Inst. Ct. 1860-62; ord. Nov. 11, 1863; p. Shirley, Mass. 1863-69; 
U.S. Chr. Com. Tenn. 1863, Va. 1865; p. East Longmeadow 1869- 
85; Marshall, Minn. 1885; Royalton, Vt. 1885-87; supt Ministers' 
Home South Framingham, Mass. 1888-90 and res. there after; 
d. Feb. 14, 1892. 

Frank Haley b. Tuftonboro, N.H. Feb. 20, 1835; stud. med. Bowd. 
(1855-56) and Dart.; ord. Oct. 7, 1863; p. Enfield, N.H. 1863-66; 
Concord, Mass. 1867; miss'y Amer. Miss'y Assoc. Macon, Ga. 
1867-68; p. Boscawen, N.H. 1868-69 and 1881-85; Milton 1870- 
74, also physician; p. Belknap ch. Dover 1874-75; Seabrook and 
Hampton Falls 1875-81; Milton 1885-91 and lib'n from 1891; 
d. Mar. 28, 1904. M.D. Dart. 1858. 

George Hardy b. East Bradford (now Groveland), Mass. May 12, 
1835; Dart. 1860; ord. Essex, Mass. Sept. 2, 1863; h.m. Ellenburg, 
N.Y. and vicinity 1863-67; p. Potsdam Junction (now Norwood) 
1867-72; Madison 1872-82; (Presb.) Manlius 1882-85; Sauquoit 
1885-99 and res. there after, often preaching; d. May 20, 1907. 



ALUMNI 1863 329 

Roswell Harris b. West Brattleboro, Vt. Dec. 17, 1835; P.A.; Midd. 
1860 and instructor 1866-67; prin. Burr and Burton Sem. Man- 
chester, Vt. 1867-68; Castleton Sem. 1868-69; in business East 
Saginaw, Mich. 1869-79; Detroit from 1879; d. Mar. 5, 1903. 
Son of Roswell Harris, class of 1826. 

William Skinner Hazen b. Hartford, Vt. Aug. 18, 1836; Univ. Vt. 
1858; ord. Oct. 12, 1864; p. Northfield 1863-1905 and emer.; 
res. Beverly, Mass. from 1905; chap, senate, Vt. D.D. Univ. Vt. 
1891. Address 29 Abbott St. Beverly, Mass. 

Lucius Hopkins Higgins b. Southington, Ct. July 4, 1832; Amh. 
1856-57; Yale 1860; Yale Sem. 1860-61; a.p. South Coventry and 
Killingworth 1864-65; ord. June 21, 1866; p. Lanark, 111. 1866- 
74; Huntington, Ct. 1875-81; Mt. Carmel 1881-88; Hanover 
1888-1900; w.c. West Hartford from 1900. 

Address West Hartford, Ct. 

James Wakeman Hubbell b. Wilton, Ct. Mar. 29, 1835; Yale 1857; 
Union Sem. 1859-60; a.p. Plainville, Ct. 1863-64; ord. Sept. 21, 
1864; p. Milford 1864-69; College St. ch. New Haven 1869-76; 
North ch. Portsmouth, N.H. 1877-79; First ch. Danbury, Ct. 
1879-86; First ch. Mansfield, O. from 1886; d. May 19, 1896. 
D.D. Marietta 1890. 

Fayette Hurd b. Burlington, Mich. Aug. 12, 1835 ; Univ. Mich. 1859 ; 
ord. Union City Oct. 1, 1863; h.m. Hancock 1863-64; Lansing 
1864; U.S. Chr. Com. Tenn. 1865; p. Columbus, Mich. 1865-68, 
also Memphis 1865-66; Orford (later Montour), Io. 1868-76, also 
co. supt schools 1872-75; p. Cherokee 1876-79; Laingsburg, Mich. 
1879-82; Grand klanc 1882-87; Nashville 1887-88; w.c. Ann 
Arbor 1888-91 ; p. Vinita, Ind. Ter. 1891-94, also teacher Worces- 
ter Acad.; res. Springfield, Mo. from 1894, in ed'l work. 

Address 1334 Summit Ave. Springfield, Mo. 

Nathan Bangs Knapp b. Rochester, N.Y. Mar. 21, 1832; Amh. 1860; 
a.p. (Presb.) Hector, N.Y. 1863-64; ord. May 30, 1865; p. Sandy 
Creek 1864-66; Sturgis, Mich. 1866-67; Fentonville 1868-70; 
Saline 1870-72; (Cong.) Elbridge, N.Y. 1872-73; (Presb.) Five 
Corners 1873-77; Hannibal 1878-80; Preble 1880-83; Clarkson 
1883-85; Middlefield 1885-90; sup. various churches 1890-92; 
p. Rose 1893-96; Oneida Valley 1896-98; w.c. Phelps from 1899. 

Address Phelps, N.Y. 

George Roswell Leavitt b. Lowell, Mass. June 7, 1838; Wms. 1860 
and tutor 1862-64 ; res. lie. 1865 ; ord. Mar. 29, 1865 ; p. Lancaster 
1865-70 ; Stearns Chapel (later Pilgrim) ch. Cambridgeport 1870- 
85; Plymouth ch. Cleveland, 0. 1885-94; First ch. Beloit, Wis. 
1895-1906 and res. there after. D.D. Wms. 1885. 

Address 641 Church St. Beloit, Wis. 



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ALUMNI 1863 



Alba Levi Parsons Loomis b. Coventry, Ct. Aug. 2, 1836; Yale 1860; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1860-61; a.p. South Coventry 1863; miss'y of 
First Presb. ch. Chicago, 111. 1864; ord. Coventry, Ct. Aug. 15, 
1865; p. Columbus, Wis. 1865-66; (Cong.) Fort Atkinson 1866- 
68; Elkhorn 1868-71; Downer's Grove, 111. 1871-73; Mattoon 
1873-76; Milton, Wis. 1876-81; Rosendale 1881-86; Grand Rapids 
1886-90; Plainview, Minn. 1890-95; Windsor, Wis. 1895-1901; 
Rochester 1901-06; Randolph from 1906. 

Address Randolph, Wis. 

Austin Luther Park b. Bennington, Vt. Aug. 24, 1836; res. lie. 1864; 
ord. Feb. 2, 1864; p. Gardiner, Me. 1864-81; Falls Church, Va. 
1881-82; w.c. Washington, D.C. 1883-85; Lugonia, Cal. 1885-87; 
Redlands from 1887. A.M. hon. Bowd. 1878. 

Address 130th Terrace, Redlands, Cal. 

George Pierce b. Marblehead, Mass. Sept. 20, 1834; Dart. 1860; ord. 
Oct. 14, 1863; p. Central ch. Dracut, Mass. 1863-67; Paterson, 
N.J. 1867-72; Milford, N.H. 1872-78; North Andover, Mass. from 
1878; d. Sept. 14, 1881. 

Theodore Strong Pond b. Clinton, N.Y. Sept. 13, 1838; Ham. 1860; 
Union Sem. 1860-61; vol. chap. Field Hospital Va. 1863; teacher 
N.Y. City 1863-64; foreign travel 1864-66; a.p. Williams Bridge, 
N.Y. 1866; stud. Univ. Berlin 1866-67; ord. Aug. 29, 1867; p. 
Middlefield, Ct. 1867-68; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Mardin, Turkey 
1869-73; Presb. Board For. Missions Sidon, Syria 1873-76; Abeih, 
Mt. Lebanon 1876-89; in U.S. 1889-91; miss'y Barranquilla, 
Columbia, S.A. 1891-96; in U.S. 1896-97; Caracas, Venezuela 
from 1897. Address Apartadio 404, Caracas, Venezuela, S.A. 

George Arden Rockwood b. Champion, N.Y. June 2, 1832; Midd. 
1858; Chic. Sem. 1860-62; U.S. Chr. Com. Army of Potomac 
1863; h.m. Bridgewater, Vt. 1863; ord. Bridgewater Dec. 16, 1863; 
chap. 8th U.S.C.T. 1863-65; p. Carthage and Champion, N.Y. 
1866-69, also Deer River 1866-68; Rensselaer Falls 1869-83; 
Oregon City, Ore. 1883-88; state supt Cong. S.S. and Pub. Soc. 
1888-89, res. Willsburg, and p. from 1892; d. Sept. 18, 1899. 

Lyman Sibley Rowland b. Oxford, Mass. Jan. 4, 1831; Amh. 1858 
and tutor 1860-62; stud. Univ. Halle 1863-64; ord. Nov. 16, 1864; 
p. First ch. Bangor, Me. 1864-67 ; prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. Beloit 
1868-71; p. Saratoga Springs, N.Y. 1871-77; Lee, Mass. from 
1877; d. Oct. 8, 1904. D.D. Amh. 1885. 

Milton Leonard Severance b. Middlebury, Vt. Oct. 14, 1830; Midd. 
1859; Union Sem. 1860-62; ord. Feb. 17, 1864; p. Boscawen, N.H. 
1863-68; Orwell, Vt. 1869-80; Ripton 1881-82, also finan. agt 
Midd. ; prin. Burr and Burton Sem. Manchester 1882-88 ; p. First 
ch. Bennington 1888-99 and in business 1900-07; p. Lowell from 
1907. Address Lowell, Vt. 



ALUMNI 1863 331 

George Edward Street b. Cheshire, Ct. June 18, 1835; Yale 1858; 
U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1863; ord. Apr. 6, 1864; p. Wiscasset, Me. 
1863-71; Second (later Phillips) ch. Exeter, N.H. 1871-99 and 
emer. ; author of history of Mt. Desert, Me.; d. Hartford, Ct. 

Dec. 26, 1903. D.D. Dart. 1900. 

» 

Asher Henry Wilcox b. Norwich, Ct. Nov. 16, 1837; Yale 1859 and 
tutor 1863-64; Yale Sem. 1859-60; stud. Univ. Berlin 1860-61; 
a.p. Gardner, Mass. 1864-65; ord. June 29, 1865; p. Preston, Ct. 
1865-72; Westerly, R.L 1872-76; Plainfield, Ct. 1876-83; res. 
Norwich from 1883, sup. Central Village 1884-86 and other 
churches. Address 45 Williams St. Norwich, Ct. 

Charles Henry Williams b. Salem, Mass. May 27, 1837; Yale 1858; 
res. lie. 1864; ord. July 25, 1867; p. Grantville (now Wellesley 
Hills), Mass. 1867-68; w.c. Boston 1868-75; Howard Ave. ch. 
New Haven, Ct. 1875-80 and w.c. 1880-86; p. First ch. Meriden 
1886-89; res. Hartford 1892-1902, New London 1902-08, Worces- 
ter, Mass. from 1908, sup. various churches. Son of William 
Williams, class of 1820. Address The Standish, Worcester, Mass. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Edward Abbott (1860-62) b. Farmington, Me. July 15, 1841; N.Y. 
Univ. 1860; U.S. San. Com. Army of Potomac 1862-63; ord. 
Farmington, Me. July 28, 1863; chap, city institutions Deer 
Island, Boston 1863-65; p. Stearns Chapel (now Pilgrim) ch. 
Cambridgeport 1865-69; assoc. ed. Congregationalist 1869-78; 
ed. Lit. World 1877-88 and 1895-1903; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
Jan. 8, 1879; priest Jan. 20, 1880; r. St. James's ch. Cambridge 
1879-1906 and emer.; chap, senate; author of juvenile and his- 
torical books; d. Boston Apr. 5, 1908. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1890. 
Son of Jacob Abbott, class of 1825. 

William Hooper Adams (1860-61) b. Boston Jan. 8, 1838; Harv. 
1860; teacher Ga. 1861-62; Columbia Sem. S.C. 1862-63; ord. 
Nov. 21, 1863; p. (Presb.) First ch. Eufaula, Ala. 1865-67; 
Circular ch. Charleston, S.C. 1867-78; (Cong.) Lexington, Mass. 
1878-79 and w.c. 1879-80; d. Charleston, S.C. May 15, 1880. Son 
of Nehemiah Adams, class of 1829. 

Robert John Carpenter (1860-63) b. Demorestville, Can. Oct. 13, 
1837; Yale 1859; in iron and steel business N.Y. City and 
London, Eng. 1868-76; manf'r Berlin Falls, N.H. from 1877; 
d. Feb. 2, 1879. 

Edward Taylor Fairbanks (1861-62) b. St. Johnsbury, Vt. May 12, 
1836; PA.; Yale 1859; Bangor Sem. 1865; a.p. Chester, Vt. 
1865-66; ord. Jan. 1, 1868; p. St. Johnsbury Centre 1866-73; 



332 ALUMNI 1863 

South ch. St. Johnsbury 1874-1902, lib'n and director Athenaeum 
from 1902; pub. volume of sermons. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1892. 

Address St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Edward Brown Furbish (1860-62) b. Portland, Me. May 21, 1837; 
P.A.; Yale 1860; ord. Portland Oct. 3, 1862; chap. 25th Me. Vols. 
1862-63; Yale Sem. 1864; p. (Presb.) New Hartford, N.Y. 1864- 
72; Potsdam 1872-79; (Cong.) Lockport 1879-90; Spencerport 
1890-1902; chap. State Soldiers ' and Sailors' Home, Bath from 
1902. Address Bath, N.Y. 

Thomas Gordon Grassie (1860-63) b. -Kildrummie, Aberdeenshire, 
Scot. Nov. 29, 1831; Amh. 1857; ord. Andover, Mass. Mar. 31, 
1863; chap. 108th N.Y. Vols. 1863-65; p. Richmond, Me. 1865- 
67; Methuen, Mass. 1867-73; Appleton, Wis. 1873-75; Oshkosh 
1875-77; Sycamore, 111. 1877-79; Keokuk, Io. 1880-83; sec. Wis. 
H.M. Soc. 1883-92, res. Milwaukee; supt Northern Wis. H.M. 
Soc. from 1892, res. Ashland; d. Apr. 28, 1898. 

William Augustus Haselton (1861-63) b. Bellows Falls, Vt. July 27, 
1834; Dart. 1858; Union Sem. 1860-61; res. Riverdale, N.Y.; 
Pittsburg and Swissdale, Pa.; d. Aug. 13, 1864. 

James Haughton (1860-63) b. Boston Apr. 14, 1839; Harv. 1860; 
foreign travel and study at Leipsic, Erlangen and Lausanne 
1863-65; ord. (Epis.) deacon Mar. 6, 1866; priest Oct. 30, 1866; 
r. St. Thomas's ch. Hanover, N.H. 1868-75; dean All Saints' 
Cathedral Albany, N.Y. 1876-79; r. St. John's ch. Yonkers 1879- 
87; ch. of the Redeemer Bryn Mawr, Pa. from 1887. 

Address Bryn Mawr, Pa. 

Dearborn Dudley Leavitt (1860-62) b. Grantham, N.H. Feb. 17, 
1832; Dart. 1859; d. Sonora, Cal. Nov. 3, 1862. 

William Wisner Martin (1861-62) b. Rahway, N.J. Dec. 18, 1837; 
Yale 1860; Union Sem. 1863; ord. (Presb.) June 28, 1863; h.m. 
Sonora, Cal. 1863-64; sup. Howard St. ch. San Francisco 1864; 
p. San Jose 1864-65; d. Brooklyn, N.Y. Oct. 16, 1865. 

Cyrus Pickett (1860-62) b. Andover, O. May 29, 1837; Alleg. Coll. 
1859; Yale Sem. 1862-63; a.p. Cheshire, Ct. 1866-67; ord. Feb. 28, 
1867; p. Enfield 1867-70; Keokuk, Io. 1870-72; St. Cloud, Minn. 
1872-74; Second ch. Jersey City, N.J. 1874-77; w.c. New Haven, 
Ct. ; Northampton, Mass.; Boston; Cambridge; North Woodstock, 
N.H. ; New Haven, Ct. ; Cheshire. Address Cheshire, Ct. 

John Marshall Thacher (1860-61) b. Barre, Vt. July 1, 1836; Univ. 
Vt. 1859; assoc. prin. Barre Acad. 1861-62 and 1863-64; Capt. 
13th Vt. Vols. 1862-63; in U.S. Patent Office Washington 1864- 
75, Com'r of Patents 1874r-75; lawyer Chicago, 111. from 1875; 
d. Woodstock, Vt. Feb. 24, 1897. 



ALUMNI 1864 333 

Arthur Martin Wheeler (1860-61) b. Weston, Ct. Jan. 21, 1835; 
PA.; Yale 1857 and tutor 1861-64; stud. France and Germany 
1864-68 ; prof. Hist. Yale 1865-1907 and emer., lecturer on Amer. 
Hist, from 1907. LL.D. Ham. 1896. 

Address 86 Trumbull St. New Haven, Ct. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Jonathan McDuffie Brewster b. Alton, N.H. Nov. 1, 1835; Dart. 
1860; New Hampton Bib. Sch. 1862; ord. (Free Bapt.) Dec. 
1863; p. Springvale, Me. 1863-64; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1864; 
asst ed. Morning Star Dover, N.H. 1864—69; p. Fairport, N.Y. 
1870-71; Scituate, R.I. 1871-75; Park St. ch. Providence from 
1875; compiler of denominational records; trustee Storer Coll. 
W.Va.; d. June 2, 1882. 

Joseph Francis Dudley b. Raymond, N.H. June 11, 1830; Dart. 
1858 ; Bangor Sem. 1862 ; a.p. Skowhegan, Bloomfield and Lincoln, 
Me. 1862-63; ord. Minneapolis, Minn. Dec. 28, 1864; p. St. Paul 
1863-66; Winona 1866-69; Eau Claire, Wis. 1869-95; First ch. 
Fargo, N.D. 1895-1902 and res. there after, sup. churches in 
N.D. and Minn.; trustee Ripon Coll. Wis. and Chicago Sem.; 
d. June 4, 1907. D.D. Beloit 1885. 

Enoch Place Ladd Class of 1862. 

Charles Morgan Pierce Class of 1861. 

Albert Reed Class of 1862. 

Martin Nelson Root b. Byfield, Mass. Dec. 14, 1829; Amh. 1849; 
Castleton (Vt.) Med. Coll.; teacher and physician; a.p. Mason 
Village (now Greenville), N.H. 1863-64; druggist Somerville, 
Mass. 1864-69; Milton, Vt. 1869-75; teacher Francestown, N.H. 
1875-82, sup. ch. 1878; druggist Charlestown from 1882; d. July 
28, 1895. M.D. Harv. 1852. 

Azro Andrus Smith Class of 1859. 

George Washburn Class of 1860. 



1864 

GRADUATES 

Thomas Allender b. Birmingham, Eng. Nov. 10, 1836; ord. Jan. 4, 
1866; p. Assabet, Stow (now Maynard), Mass. 1865-66; West- 
hampton from 1866; d. New London, Ct. Sept. 17, 1869. 

Silas Leroy Blake b. Cornwall, Vt. Dec. 5, 1834; Midd. 1859; ord. 
Dec. 7, 1864; p. Pepperell, Mass. 1864-68; South ch. Concord, 



334 ALUMNI 1864 

N.H. 1869-77; Woodland Ave. Presb. ch. Cleveland, 0. 1877-80; 
(Cong.) Calvinistic ch. Fitchburg, Mass. 1880-87; First ch. New 
London, Ct. from 1887; author of History of First Church, 
New London and other books ; d. Sept. 3, 1902. D.D. Iowa 1883. 

Francis Hayden Boynton b. Troy, N.Y. Mar. 14, 1839; Amh. 1861; 
U.S. Chr. Com. Tenn. 1863 and 1864; ord. Oct. 20, 1864; p. 
Rehoboth, Mass. 1864-67; Assonet 1867-70; foreign travel 1870- 
71 ; p. Mill River, New Marlboro, Mass. 1872-75 ; Raynham 1875- 
79; Essex 1879-82; Rye, N.H. 1882-86; West Newbury, Mass. 
1886-88; United ch. Lawrence 1888-92; Ludlow, Vt. 1893-94; 
New Braintree, Mass. 1895-1903, res. Florence from 1898. 

Address Florence, Mass. 

Thaddeus Howe Brown b. Billerica, Mass. June 17, 1838; Yale 
1860; stud. Univ. Heidelberg 1862-63; a.p. Pittsford, Vt. 1865; 
res. lie. 1866; ord. Apr. 11, 1866; p. North Woodstock, Ct. frbm 
1866; d. Oct. 19, 1868. ' 

Jay Clizbe b. Amsterdam, N.Y. June 16, 1836; Union 1861; Union 
Sem. 1861-62; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1865; ord. Apr. 5, 1865; p. 
Second ch. Amherst, Mass. 1865-67; St. Anthony (now East 
Minneapolis), Minn. 1867-68; in Europe 1868-69; p. Marshall, 
Mich. 1870-71; Newark Valley, N.Y. 1872-87; res. Amherst, 
Mass. 1887-91, sup. various churches; p. (Presb.) Paw Paw, 
Mich. 1891-92; Mason 1892-97; prof. Bib. Lit. and Theism Alma 
Coll. from 1897. Address Alma, Mich. 

Gabriel Havens DeBevoise b. Brooklyn, N.Y. Jan. 7, 1831; Wms. 
1853-56; res. lie. 1865; ord. July 26, 1865; p. Walpole, N.H. 
1865-68; First ch. North Brookfield, Mass. 1868-80; Leominster 
1880-83; supt Cong. S.S. and Pub. Soc. for Mass. 1883-86; p. 
Second ch. Keene, N.H. 1886-96; finan. agt N.E. Kurn Hattin 
Homes Westminster, Vt. from 1899, also p. 1899-1904; res. 
Walpole, N.H. from 1904. A.M. hon. Wms. 1868. 

Address Walpole, N.H. 

Daniel Denison b. Hampton, Ct. Sept. 4, 1838; Yale 1860; Union 
Sem. 1861-62; U.S. Chr. Com. Md. 1863; finan. agt N.Y. Tribune 
1864-66 and 1869-72; ord. Dec. 30, 1873; p. Second ch. Middle 
Haddam, Ct. 1873-84; Hartford, Wis. 1884-85; Hampton, Ct. 
1885-89; Pomfret from 1889; d. July 7, 1895. 

Samuel Franklin French b. Candia, N.H. Dec. 22, 1835; PA.; 
Dart. 1860; U.S. Chr. Com. Army of Potomac 1864; ord. Sept. 29, 
1864; p. Hamilton, Mass. 1864-71; Tewksbury 1871-82; res. 
Andover 1882-83 and 1892-93; p. Wallingford, Vt. 1883-92; 
(Presb.) Londonderry, N.H. 1893-1906 and emer. 

Address R. F. D. Derry, N.H. 



ALUMNI 1864 335 

George Leroy Gleason b. Bristol, N.H. Feb. 25, 1835; Dart. 1861; 
ord. Feb. 1, 1866; p. Bristol, Vt. 1864-67, also Ferrisburg 1864- 
65; West Rutland 1867-69; Manchester, Mass. 1869-81; res. lie. 
1882; p. Byfield 1882-88; Fourth ch. Haverhill 1888-1905, River- 
side ch. 1888-1906 and emer.; res. Topsfield from 1906. 

Address Topsfield, Mass. 

Chauncey Goodrich b. Hinsdale, Mass. June 4, 1836; Wms. 1861; 
Union Sem. 1861-62; ord. Hinsdale Sept. 21, 1864; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Peking and Tung-cho, China from 1865; one of trans- 
lators " Mandarin Colloquial' ' version of Bible. D.D. Wms. 1891. 

Address Peking, China. 

John William Hayley (name changed from Haley) b. Tuftonboro, 
N.H. June 8, 1834; Dart. 1860; ord. (Christian) Tuftonboro 
Sept. 23, 1864; p. Eastport, Me. 1864-65; prof. Met., Union 
Christian Coll. Ind. 1865; p. Somerset, Mass. 1866-69; (Cong.) 
Duxbury 1869-70; res. lie. 1874; p. Tyngsboro 1874-75; Hudson, 
N.H. 1876-78; Temple 1880-82 and 1888-91; res. Amherst, Mass. 
1884r-87, sup. churches and teacher Hebrew, Summer Sch. of 
Lang.; p. Truro 1892-95; lit. work Lowell 1895-1902; Tuftonboro 
Centre, N.H. from 1902; author of Alleged Discrepancies of the 
Bible and other books. D.D. Union Christian Coll. Ind. 1899. 

Address Tuftonboro Centre, N.H. 

Benjamin Franklin Hamilton b. Chester, Mass. Nov. 4, 1835; Amh. 
1861; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1861-62; field agt U.S. Chr. Com. Army 
of Potomac 1863; res. lie. 1865; ord. June 28, 1865; p. North 
Andover, Mass. 1865-71; Eliot ch. Roxbury 1871-97 and res. 
there after. D.D. Amh. 1886. 

Address 24 Linwood St. Roxbury, Mass. 

Henry Martyn Holmes b. Dorchester, Mass. Dec. 13, 1832; Amh. 
1860; Bangor Sem. 1861-62; field agt U.S. Chr. Com. Army of 
the Cumberland 1864-65; ord. May 10, 1866; p. Lunenburg, Vt. 
1865-66; Ticonderoga, N.Y. 186&-67; supt Children's Aid Soc. 
Brooklyn 1867-68; p. Greenwich 1868-69; Benson, Vt. 1869-75; 
Southboro, Mass. 1875-78; Ayer 1878-85; Meriden, N.H. 1886- 
88; Rye 1888-91; w.c. Bartlett 1891-94; Ayer, Mass. 1894-96; 
Provincetown from 1896; d. Feb. 18, 1907. 

Robert Grosvenor Hutchins b. West Killingly, Ct. Apr. 25, 1838; 
P.A.; Wms. 1861; Union Sem. 1861-62; a.p. Trin. ch. Fitchburg, 
Mass. 1864-66; ord. June 13, 1866; p. Bedford ch. Brooklyn, 
N.Y. 1866-72; First ch. Columbus, O. 1872-82; Plymouth ch. 
Minneapolis, Minn. 1882-86; Second ch. Oberlin, O. 1886-88; 
First ch. Los Angeles, Cal. 1888-94; sup. Union ch. Honolulu, H.I. 
1894-95; p. Woodland Ave. Presb. ch. Cleveland, O. 1895-98; 



336 ALUMNI 1864 

i 
Fostoria 1898-1902; supt Presb. Union Brooklyn, N.Y. 1902-04 

and p. Kent St. Ref. ch. from 1904. D.D. Marietta 1877. 

Address 129 Noble St. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Josiah Edwards Kittredge b. Boston Oct. 12, 1836; P.A.; Yale 
1860; Union Sem. 1861-62; res. lie. And. Sem. 1865; foreign 
travel 1866-67; stud, at Heidelberg and Paris 1867-68; ord. 
Mar. 10, 1869; p. Glastonbury, Ct. 1869-73; Amer. Chapel Berlin, 
Ger. 1874; Amer. Union ch. Florence, Italy 1874-76; (Presb.) 
Geneseo, N.Y. 1877-1906; gen. sec. Presb. Bureau of Supply 
Rochester from 1907; del. Gen. Assembly to Cent'y Conf. China 
Missions Shanghai 1907. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1884. 

Address 89 Adams St. Rochester, N.Y. 

James Laird b. Huntingdon, Can. Sept. 4, 1833; Amh. 1857-59 
Ober. 1861; a.p. Jewett City, Ct. 1864-65; ord. Mar. 15, 1866 
p. Guildhall, Vt. 1866-70; Hollis, N.H. from 1870; d. Aug. 20 
1874. 

John Hart Manning b. Andover, Mass. Feb. 8, 1824; P. A.; res. lie. 
1865; h.m. Chattanooga, Tenn. 1865-66; ord. Mar. 6, 1867; p. 
Brookline, N.H. from 1867; d. Aug. 19, 1868. 

Edward Williams Morley b. Newark, N.J. Jan. 29, 1838; Wms. 
1860; U.S. San. Com. Fortress Monroe 1864-65; res. lie. 1866; 
teacher South Berkshire Inst. New Marlboro, Mass. 1866-68; 
prof. Nat. Hist, and Chem. West. Res. (now Adelbert) Coll. 1868- 
1906, also prof. Chem. and Toxicology Cleveland Med. Coll. 1873- 
88; res. West Hartford, Ct. from 1906. Ph.D. Univ. Wooster, O. 
1878; LL.D. West. Res. 1891, Wms. 1901, Lafayette 1907. 

Address Westland Ave. West Hartford, Ct. 

Myron Andrews Munson b. Chester, Mass. May 5, 1835; Harv. 
1860; U.S. Chr. Com. Md. 1863; private 60th Mass. Vols. 1864; 
res. lie. 1865; ord. May 31, 1866; p. Pittsford, Vt. 1865-69; 
Northfield, Minn. 1870-71; Moriah, N.Y. 1872-74; Neponset, 
Mass. 1874-76; teacher Pueblo, Col. 1877; p. Fair Haven, Vt. 
1878-79; lit. work New Haven, Ct. 1882-89 (grad. stu. Yale 1885- 
86) and 1894-98; Cheshire 1891-94; instructor Rollins Coll. Fla. 
1889 and 1890; p. Warren, Ct. 1898-1903; w.c. West Hartford 
from 1903; compiler of Munson genealogy. 

Address Lancaster St. West Hartford, Ct. 

Henry Franklin Clough Nichols b. Kingston, N.H. Feb. 9, 1833; 
Wms. 1859; Union Sem. 1861-62; U.S. San. Com. Army of 
Potomac 1862; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1864-65; a.p. Boxboro, Mass. 
1865; Norfolk, N.Y. 1865-67; in business New Lisbon, Wis. 1868- 
89; Superior from 1889; representative, Wis.; d. June 4, 1890. 



ALUMNI 1864 337 

Edward Norton b. Essex, Mass. Oct. 11, 1835; Dart. 1861; ord. 
Dec. 28, 1864; p. Montague, Mass. 1864-73; Bethany ch. Quincy 
1874—95 and emer. Address 35 Greenleaf St. Quincy, Mass. 

Benjamin Greely Page b. Gilmanton, N.H. Jan. 3, 1835; Dart. 1861; 
ord. Sept. 27, 1865; p. Lebanon, Me. 1865-68; Greenwood, Mo. 
1868-71; Emerald Grove, Wis. 1871-74; Friend ville, Neb. from 
1874, also Dorchester 1873-75, Pleasant Hill 1874-76 and Exeter 
1876-78; d. Friendville Nov. 14, 1878. 

George Austin Pelton b. Stockbridge, Mass. Apr. 15, 1833; Yale 
1861; Yale Sem. 1861-62; ord. Aug. 9, 1865; p. Franklin, Mass. 
1864-67; Bethel, Ct. 1867-69; Candor, N.Y. 1869-73; Groton 
1873-77; Morrisville 1877-78; Greene 1878-79; Sandy Creek 
, 1879-81; Shelburne Falls, Mass. 1881-84; Groton 1884-86; 
Watertown, Ct. 1886-89; Stony Creek 1890-98; Taylor ch. New 
Haven 1899-1901; Centerbrook 1901-06; res. New Haven from 
1906. Address 41 High St. New Haven, Ct. 

Benjamin Franklin Perkins b. Hampton, N.H. Feb. 22, 1834; Dart. 
1859; res. lie. 1865; ord. Andover, Mass. Nov. 22, 1865; h.m. 
Mirabile, Mo. 1866-69, also Kingston 1867-69; p. Stowe, Vt. 
1870-74; Kankakee, 111. 1874; Union Grove, Wis. 1874-76; 
Sterling, Mass. 1877-82; Plaistow, N.H. 1883-85; Saundersville, 
Grafton, Mass. 1885-88; Millers Falls 1889-92; South Coventry, 
Ct. 1892-97; East Walpole, Mass. 1897-1901; w.c. Hampton, N.H. 
from 1901. Address Hampton, N.H. 

George Whitefield Phillips b. Hubbardston, Mass. July 5, 1836; 
Amh. 1861; ord. Oct. 12, 1864; p. Haydenville 1864-68; Colum- 
bus, O. 1868-71; Plymouth ch. Worcester, Mass. 1871-86; Rut- 
land, Vt. 1886-1906; w.c. Shrewsbury, Mass. from 1906. 

Address Shrewsbury, Mass. 

Edward Griffin Porter b. Boston Jan. 24, 1837; P.A.; Wms. 1854- 
56; Harv. 1858; foreign travel 1858-61, stud. Berlin, Heidelberg 
and Athens; U.S. San. Com. Va. 1863; foreign travel 1866-67; 
ord. Oct. 1, 1868; p. Lexington, Mass. 1868-91; res. Dorchester 
from 1891 ; engaged for many years in historical research ; author 
of Rambles in Old Boston and other books; pres. N.E. Hist. 
Gen'l Soc. ; trustee Abbot Acad. Andover and Central Turkey 
Coll.; d. Feb. 14, 1900. 

William Franklin Snow b. Boston Dec. 13, 1838; Harv. 1861; ord. 
Somerville Oct. 6, 1862; chap. 5th Mass. Vols. 1862-63; p. Grass 
Valley, Cal. 1864r-65; res. lie. 1866; p. Eliot ch. Lawrence, Mass. 
from 1866; d. Jan. 11, 1871. 

Edwin Alexander Spence b. Salem, Mich. Oct. 2, 1837; Univ. Mich. 
1860; Auburn Sem. 1861-63; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1864 and 1865; 



338 ALUMNI 1864 

a.p. Belknap ch. Dover, N.H. 1864^65; ord. Sept. 27, 1866; p. 
Westford, Mass. 1865-67; w.c. 1867-73, res. Lyons, Io. 1870-73; 
gen. sec. Y.M.C.A. Grand Rapids, Mich. 1876-78; w.c. Ann Arbor 
1879-82; finan. agt F'isk Univ. 1882-83; city miss'y Saginaw 
1883-87; in business and mission work N.Y. City 1898-1901; 
Detroit 1887-98 and from 1901. 

Address McGregor Mission, Detroit, Mich. 

Lyman Sargeant Watts b. Peacham, Vt. Aug. 9, 1832; Midd. 1859; 
ord. Feb. 7, 1866; p. Dracut, Mass. 1865-67; Barnet, Vt. 1867-71; 
d. Peacham June 3, 1872. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Bradford Young Averill (1855-56, 1862-64) b. Wiscasset, Me. Feb. 
17, 1833; Wms. 1855; acting prof. Mor. Phil, and Rhet. Knox 
1864-65; ord. 1866; p. (Presb.) Hyde Park, Chicago, 111. 1866; 
d. July 12, 1867. 

Henry Louis Baugher (1862-63) b. Gettysburg, Pa. Aug. 6, 1830; 
Pa. Coll. Gettysburg 1857 and tutor 1857-58; Gettysburg Luth. 
Sem. 1860-62; ord. (Luth.) Newville Sept. 15, 1863; h.m. Wheel- 
ing, W.Va. 1863-64; p. ch. of Trinity Norristown, Pa. 1864-67; 
Mt. Pisgah ch. Indianapolis, Ind. 1868-69; prof. Greek Lang, 
and Lit. Pa. Coll. 1869-80 and 1883-86, also lecturer on Greek 
Exegesis Gettysburg Sem. 1870-74 and acting prof. Dogmatic 
Theol. 1883-84; p. Omaha, Neb. 1880-81; prof. Greek Lang, and 
Lit. Howard Univ. D.C. 1882-83; res. Gettysburg, Pa. after; ed. 
Aug slur g S.8. Teacher 1873-92 and Luth. World 1897-98; author 
Commentary on Luke; one of compilers of Augsburg Songs and 
of New Hymnal; pres. Gen. Syn. Luth. Church 1895; director 
Gettysburg Sem.; d. Philadelphia Feb. 11, 1899. D.D. Pa. Coll. 
1880. 

George Buckingham Beecher (1861-64) b. Zanesville, O. Sept. 7, 
1841; Yale 1861; ord. Jan. 1, 1866; p. Howe St. ch. New Haven, 
Ct. 1866-68; in Europe 1869-70; p. First Presb. ch. Cincinnati, 
O. 1873-78; res. Hillsboro from 1879, p. New Petersburg 1881-93. 

Address Hillsboro, O. 

George Sayles Bishop (1862-63) b. Rochester, N.Y. June 28, 1836; 
Univ. Rochester 1854-55; Amh. 1858; Princ. Sem. 1864; ord. 
June 16, 1864; p. Second Presb. ch. Trenton, N.J. 1864-66; 
Calvary ch. Newburgh, N.Y. 1866-72; Second ch. Orange, N.J. 
1872-75 and First Ref. ch. from 1875; pres. Gen. Synod Ref. 
Church in Amer. 1899-1900. D.D. Rutgers 1877. 

Address 20 Burnett St. East Orange, N.J. 

Charles Alfred Boies (1862-63) b. Boston June 3, 1838; Yale 1860; 
teacher Fernandina, Fla. 1860-61 ; Princ. Sem. 1861-62 ; d. Keene, 
N.H. while a member of Seminary, May 14, 1863. 



ALUMNI 1864 339 

Henry Edward Butler (1861-62) b. Essex, Vt. Feb. 21, 1835; Univ. 
Vt. 1861; Princ. Sem. 1864; ord. (Presb.) Jan. 12, 1865; p. 
Keeseville, N.Y. 1864-81; (Cong.) Jacksonville, 111. 1881-88; 
prof. Intell. and Mor. Phil. Alma Coll. Mich. 1888-94; p. St. 
Johns, Mich. 1894-97 and res. there, sup. various churches 1897- 
1901; p. Des Plaines, 111. 1901-04; w.c. Chicago from 1904. 

Address 758 W. 67th St. Chicago, 111. 

Douglas Campbell (1861-62) b. Cherry Valley, N.Y. July 13, 1840; 
Union 1860; Capt. 121st N.Y. Vols. 1862-65; lawyer N.Y. City 
from 1865, res. Schenectady from 1890; author of Puritans in 
New England, Holland and America; d. Mar. 7, 1893. 

Stephen Goodhue Emerson (1861-62) b. Chester, N.H. July 17, 
1838; PA.; Harv. 1861; private 1st Mass. Vols, from 1862; 
killed at Chancellors ville, Va. May 3, 1863. 

Christopher Wilkinson Knauff (1861-62) b. Philadelphia, Pa. July 
19, 1838; Pa. Coll. Gettysburg 1861; ord. deacon (Epis.) Nov. 12, 
1864; priest June 23, 1865; r. St. Paul's ch. Lock Haven 1864-66; 
St. Michael's ch. Trenton, N.J. 1866-73; canon All Saints' Cathe- 
dral Albany, N.Y. 1873-76; r. Calvary ch. New Orleans, La. 
1877-79; asst min. St. Paul's ch. Rochester, N.Y. 1880-82; St. 
Andrew's ch. Stamford, Ct. 1882-85; r. Christ ch. Bordentown, 
N.J. 1885-90; music and art ed. Church Standard 1891-1905, 
res. Flushing, N.Y; r. St. Luke's ch. Cleveland, Tenn. from 1905. 

Address Cleveland, Tenn. 

Joseph Allen Leach (1861-64) b. Saxton's River, Vt. Apr. 15, 1836; 
Amh. 1861; ord. Amherst, Mass. Feb. 23, 1864; chap. 19th 
U.S.C.T. 1864-66; res. lie. 1866; p. First ch. Keene, N.H. 1866- 
67, Second ch. 1867-82 and teacher 1882-87; res. Saxton's River, 
Vt. from 1887, sup. Grafton 1888-1902; d. May 12, 1906. 

Arthur Little (1861-62) b. Boscawen (now Webster), N.H. May 24, 
1837; Dart. 1860; Princ. Sem. 1862-63; ord. Webster Mar. 16, 
1863; chap. 1st Vt. Heavy Art. 1863-65; p. (Presb.) Bedford, 
N.H. 1865-68; (Cong.) Fond du Lac, Wis. 1868-78; N.E. ch. 
Chicago, 111. 1878-89; Second ch. Dorchester, Mass. from 1889; 
preacher Dart. 1893-95; mod. Nat'l Cong. Council Concord, N.H. 
1883; del. Internat'l Cong. Council London 1891; visitor And. 
Sem.; trustee Ripon. % D.D. Dart. 1880. 

Address 6 Melville Ave. Dorchester, Mass. 

Nathaniel Mighill (1862-64) b. Rowley, Mass. Aug. 25, 1839; Amh. 
1860 and tutor 1863-64; Union Sem. 1861-62; ord. Sept. 29, 1864; 
p. East Cambridge, Mass. 1864-67; Brattleboro, Vt. 1867-75; 
First ch. Worcester, Mass. 1875-77; d. Grantville Feb. 3, 1878. 



340 ALUMNI 1865 

Franklin Burroughs Norton (1861-63) b. Ware, Mass. Mar. 5, 
1833; Amh. 1856; teacher Mo. and Tenn. 1857-61; Chic. Sem. 
1864; ord. July 11, 1864; p. Kenosha, Wis. 1864-66; Janesville 
1866-69; Oshkosh 1869-70 and w.c. 1870-76; railway agt Burling- 
ton 1876-91 and in business 1891-94; d. Fernando, Cal. Apr. 13, 
1895. 

Francis Porter Woodbury (1862-63) b. Beverly, Mass. Mar. 18, 
1839; Wms. 1861; Union Sem. 1864; ord. Jan. 11, 1865; p. Olivet 
Mich. 186^65, also prof. Rhet., Logic and Eng. Lit. Olivet Coll. 
res. lie. 1866; p. Meriden, N.H. 1866-67; Flint, Mich. 1867-70 
Rockford, 111. 1870-88; Second ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 1888-90 
cor. sec. Amer. Miss'y Assoc. N.Y. City 1890-1905; prof. Theory 
and Practice of Preaching and Ch. Work Howard Univ. D.C. 
from 1905. D.D. 111. Coll. 1883. 

Address Howard Univ. Washington, D.C. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Edward Payson Ingersoll (1862-64) b. Lee, Mass. May 6, 1834; 
Ober. 1851-54; Wms. 1855; Ober. Sem. 1856-57; stud, law; 
lawyer Cleveland, 0. 1859-62; ord. Dec. 29, 1863; p. Sandusky 
1863-68; Plymouth ch. Indianapolis, Ind. 1868-70; Middle Ref. 
ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. 1870-82 and (Cong.) Puritan ch. 1882-91; 
Park ch. St. Paul, Minn. 1891-97; Immanuel ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
1898-1902 and res. there after; cor. sec. Amer. Bible Soc. N.Y. 
City 1902-06; d. Montclair, N.J. Feb. 5, 1907. LL.B. Ohio State 
and Union Law Coll. 1859; D.D. Wms. 1877. 

Austin Luther Park Class of 1863. 

Charles Henry Williams Class of 1863. 



1865 

GRADUATES 

William Penn Alcott b. Dorchester, Mass. July 11, 1838; P.A.; 
Wms. 1861; a.p. Cohasset 1866; ord. Feb. 18, 1868; p. North 
Greenwich, Ct. 1867-74; Barton Landing, Vt. 1874-76; travel in 
Europe and the East 1877; p. North Chelmsford, Mass. 1878-80; 
Boxford 1881-83 and res. there after, p. Second ch. West New- 
bury 1883-86, Linebrook ch. Ipswich from 1887. 

Address Boxford, Mass. 

Alexander Viets Griswold Allen b. Otis, Mass. May 4, 1841; Ken- 
yon Coll. 1862 and Theol. Dept 1862-64; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
July 5, 1865; priest June 24, 1866; r. St. John's ch. Lawrence, 
Mass. 1865-67; res. lie. 1867; prof. Eccl. Hist. Epis. Div. Sch. 



ALUMNI 1865 341 

Cambridge from 1867; author of Continuity of Christian Thought 
and other works; d. July 1, 1908. D.D. Kenyon 1878, Harv. 1886, 
Yale 1901. 

Rowland Hussey Allen b. Norton, Mass. Aug. 13, 1840; P. A.; Amh. 
1862; ord. Nov. 1, 1865; p. Canton 1865-67; w.c. Chelsea 1867- 
69; p. Trinity ch. Neponset from 1869; d. Sept. 12, 1872. Son 
of Cyrus Williams Allen, class of 1829. 

John Rodney Barnes b. Preble, N.Y. Dec. 19, 1829; Ober. 1861; ord. 
Oct. 5, 1865; p. Central Village, Ct. 1865-67; Rosemond, 111. 
1867-69; (Presb.) Collinsville 1869-74; Earlville 1874^76 and 
1881-82; Eldora, Io. 1876-78; Fayette 1878-81; Normal, 111. 
1882-84; Chandlerville 1884-88; Jacksonville 1888-90; Plainfield 
1891-94; Woodburn 1895-98; Emington 1898-1900; Omena, Mich. 
1900-03; w.c. Chicago Heights, 111. from 1903. 

Address 78 Illinois St. Chicago Heights, 111. 

Pliny Steele Boyd b. York, N.Y. May 18, 1835; Ober. 1860; ord. 
Oct. 5, 1865; p. Shelburne Falls, Mass. 1865-69; Ridgefield, Ct. 
1869-71; Amesbury, Mass. 1871-85; Granby from 1885; author 
of Up and Down the Merrimac and other books; d. Dec. 6, 1887. 

Albert Bryant b. Troy, N.H. Jan. 30, 1838; P.A.; Amh. 1862; Princ. 
Sem. 1862-64; ord. West Medway, Mass. Sept. 20, 1865; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Sivas, Turkey 1865-68; p. South Maiden (now 
Everett), Mass. 1869-74; West Somerville 1875-80; Lead City, 
Dak. 1881-82; finan. agt Spearfish Acad. 1882-83; sup. Central 
ch. Worcester, Mass. 1883, supt City Miss'y Soc. 1883-89 and 
p. Belmont ch. 1890-94; w.c. Cambridge 1895-98; p. Scituate 
Center from 1899; d. Sept. 20, 1904. 

Austin Dodge b. Newburyport, Mass. Mar. 4, 1839; Amh. 1861; 
U.S. Chr. Com. 1865; ord. Oct. 9, 1866; p. North ch. Winchendon 
1866-67; Union ch. Globe Village, Southbridge 1867-70; East 
Bridgewater 1870-74; Barton, Vt. 1874-77; Putney 1878-81; 
Dennis, Mass. 1881-87; Boylston 1887-92; Shelburne 1892-95; 
Burlington 1895-1902; Lyndeboro, N.H. 1902-07; w.c. Schenec- 
tady, N.Y. from 1907. 

Address 100 Glenwood Boulevard, Schenectady, N.Y. 

Samuel Page Fowler b. Danvers, Mass. Dec. 6, 1838; Amh. 1861; 
non-com 'd off'r 8th Mass. Vols. 1862-63; asst supt Freedmen's 
Bureau 1865-66; res. lie. 1868; physician Cal. 1868-70; res. 
Danvers, Mass. from 1874. M.D. Harv. 1874. 

Address Danvers, Mass. 

George Dickinson Goodrich b. Ware, Mass. Apr. 29, 1834; Amh. 
1849-50; Wms. 1857; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1858-59; Princ. Sem. 1862- 
63; ord. Templeton, Mass. Sept. 12, 1865; h.m. Denver, Col. 1865- 
67; res. lie. 1869; d. Hartford, Ct. July 26, 1870. 



342 ALUMNI 1865 

Stephen Knowlton b. Stockbridge, Vt. Jan. 20, 1831; Midd. 1857; 
teacher Castleton Fern. Sem. 1857-62 ; ord. Nov. 2, 1865 ; p. West 
Medway, Mass. 1865-72; New Haven, Vt. 1872-81; Greensboro 
1881-91; Danville 1891-1901; w.c. West Medway, Mass. from 
1901. Address West Medway, Mass. 

Joseph Brown Ladd b. Boston Mar. 7, 1838; Wms. 1860; a.p. 
Hebron, Minn. 1866-67; ord. Mar. 25, 1868; p. Woodland Mills 
1867-68; Mazeppa 1873-74; res. Minneapolis; in hospital St. 
Peter 1891-1905; Anoka from 1905. Address Anoka, Minn. 

Silas Harvey Mellis b. Brooklyn, N.Y. May 6, 1834; N.Y. Univ. 
1862; Union Sem. 1862-64; ord. Jan. 17, 1866; p. Empire City, 
Col. from 1865; d. Central City May 25, 1866. 

George Gardner Phipps b. Franklin, Mass. Dec. 11, 1838; Amh. 
1862; a.p. Ashland 1865-67; ord. Jan. 23, 1868; p. Needham (now 
Wellesley) 1868-78; Newton Highlands 1878-93 and water color 
artist from 1893, sup. Oak Hill chapel Newton from 1905. 

Address 1193 Walnut St. Newton Highlands, Mass. 

Charles Herbert Richards b. Meriden, N.H. Mar. 18, 1839; Amh. 

1856-58; Yale 1860; Union Sem. 1861-62 and 1863-64; teacher 

Kimball Union Acad. Meriden, N.H. 1862-63 and 1865; U.S. Chr. 

Com. Va. 1863 and 1864; ord. July 16, 1866; p. Kokomo, Ind. 

1866-67; Madison, Wis. 1867-90; Central ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 

1890-1903; lecturer on Hymnology Yale 1895; sec. Cong. Ch. 

Building Soc. N.Y. City from 1903 ; res. Montclair, N.J. ; ed. church 

hymn books; trustee Howard Univ. D.C. and Downer Coll. Wis. 

D.D. Beloit 1882. Son of Cyrus Smith Richards, class of 1847. 
Address 105 E. 22d St. N.Y. City; 35 Hillside Ave. Mont- 
clair, N.J. 

Nathan Thompson b. New Braintree, Mass. Aug. 26, 1837; Amh. 
1861; ord. New Braintree Sept. 13, 1865; h.m. Boulder, Col. 1865- 
75; p. Boxboro and South Acton, Mass. 1876-81; prin. Lawrence 
Acad. Groton 1881-86; Elgin (111.) Acad. 1886-90; prof. Latin 
and Greek Morgan Coll. Baltimore, Md. 1891-96 ; supt State 
Reformatory for Negro Boys Cheltenham 1897-1902; res. Laurel 
from 1902. , Address Laurel, Md. 

Eugene Henry Titus b. Stockbridge, Vt. Nov. 16, 1834; P.A.; Wms. 
1862; ord. Feb. 15, 1866; p. Dane St. ch. Beverly, Mass. 1865-67; 
First ch. Bethel, Me. 1868-70; Farmington, N.H. 1873-74; w.c. 
Georgetown, Mass. from 1874; d. July 21, 1876. 

Joseph Hopkins Twichell b. Southington, Ct. May 27, 1838; Yale 
1859; Union Sem. 1859-61; ord. Southington Jan. 30, 1863; chap. 
71st N.Y. Vols. 1861-64; p. Asylum Hill ch. Hartford, Ct. from 



ALUMNI 1865 343 

1865; preacher Yale; Dart. 1894-96; author of Life of John 
Winthrop; fellow Yale. Address 125 Woodland St. Hartford, Ct. 

Henry Beman Underwood b. Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Dec. 25, 1839; 
Wms. 1862; Union Sem. 1862-63; ord. Jan. 19, 1866; a.p. Ring- 
wood, 111. 1865-67; East Longmeadow, Mass. 1867-69; Baxter 
Springs, Kan. 1869-70; Hillsboro Bridge, N.H. 1871-72; Algona, 
Io. from 1873; d. Sept. 2, 1875. 

James Wilson Ward b. Abington, Mass. Dec. 1, 1836; Beloit 1857- 
58; Amh. 1860; a.p. First ch. West Newbury 1865-66; First ch. 
North Bridgewater (now Brockton) 1866-67; ord. Middleboro 
Oct. 15, 1868; p. Rochester 1868-70; w.c. from 1871; d. Schuylkill 
Haven, Pa. Oct. 25, 1875. Son of James Wilson Ward, class of 
1830. 

James Edward Wright b. Montpelier, Vt. July 9, 1839; Harv. 1861; 
non-com 'd off'r 44th Mass. Vols. 1862-63; a.p. (Christian) North 
ch. Eastport, Me. 1865-66; ord. Henry, 111. July 24, 1866; p. 
Jacksonville 1866-69; (Unit.) ch. of Messiah Montpelier, Vt. 
from 1869. D.D. Harv. 1902. Address Montpelier, Vt. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Henry Anstice (1862-63) b. N.Y. City Oct. 7, 1841; Wms. 1862; 
Epis. Div. Sch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1863-65; ord. deacon July 2, 
1865; priest Nov. 21, 1865; min. St. Barnabas 's ch. Irvington, 
N.Y. 1865-66; r. St. Luke's ch. Rochester 1866-97; St. Matthias's 
ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1897-1904; sec. House of Deputies Gen. 
Conv. from 1905. D.D. Univ. Rochester 1875. 

Address 281 Fourth Ave. New York City. 

Solon Cobb (1862-63) b. North Carver, Mass. Sept. 12, 1838; 
Auburn Sem. 1863-64; ord. Oct. 11, 1864; p. (Presb.) Owego, 
N.Y. 1864^69; (Cong.) Mystic ch. Medford, Mass. 1869-74; 
Pacific ch. New Bedford 1874-76; Jacksonville, Fla. 1876-78; 
Central Presb. ch. Erie, Pa. 1878-94; Point Breeze, Pittsburg 
from 1894; d. May 26, 1900. D.D. Univ. Pa. 1896. 

Levi Wentworth Stanton (1862-63) b. West Lebanon, Me. Jan. 19, 
1827; Bowd. 1855; assoc. prin. New Hampton (N.H.) Lit. Inst'n 
1855-56 and prin. 1856-^57; prin. high sch. Newburyport, Mass. 
1857-60; teacher Maine State Sem. (later Bates Coll.) 1860-63, 
prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. Bates 1863-66; prin. Dummer Acad. 
Byfield, Mass. 1866-72; res. Exeter, N.H. 1873-75; Sandwich 
1872-73 and from 1875; d. Sept. 8, 1903. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Henry Freeman Allen (1863-65) Class of 1863. 



344 ALUMNI 1866 

Gabriel Havens DeBevoise Class of 1864. 

Benjamin Franklin Hamilton Class of 1864. 

Samuel Haven Hilliard b. Cambridge, Mass. Dec. 13, 1838; Harv. 
1859; Gen. Theol. Sem. 1863; ord. (Epis.) deacon Mar. 25. 1863; 
priest Sept. 1863; min. Grace cb. Boston 1863-64; asst min. St. 
Peter's cb. Beverly 1864—65 : miss'y N.Y. City and min. St. Bar- 
nabas "s cbapel 1865-68; r. Christ cb. North Conway, X.H. 1870- 
7L 1 ; St. John's cb. Erie, Pa. 1874-76; Trinity cb. Washington 
1876-79; St, Mark's cb. Pittsburg 1879-81; St. George's cb. Lee 
Mass. 1881-85; Trinity cb. Woburn 1885-86; sec. N.E. Dept Ch 
Temp. Soc. Boston from 1886. Address 1 Joy St. Boston. Mass 

Henry Milton Holliday b. Haggles, 0. Mar. 3, 1833; Lane Sem 
1862-64; ord. Mar. 6. 1866; p. St Jolmsbury. Vt. 1866-67 
Rochester 1867-69: Tolland. Ct 1869-70; Alma, Mich. 1871-73 
Millbrook 1876-79; Allandale 1879-81. also Lamont 1880-81; 
W.C. Olivet 1873-76 and from 1882; d. July 30, 1888. 

George Huntington b. Brooklyn, Ct. Nov. 5. 1835; Brown 1859-63; 
ord. May 11. 1S64; p. Central Village, Ct. 1864-65; Charles St. 
(now North) eh. Providence, R.I. 1865-70; Oak Park, 111. 1870- 
79; prof. Rhet. and Logic Carleton Coll. Minn. 1879-1900, prof. 
Rhet. and Bib. Lit. 1900-04 and assoc. prof, from 1904, also lib'n 
from 1899. A.M. bon. Beloit 1879. Address Northfield, Minn. 

Josiah Edwards Kittredge Class of 1864. 

George Roswell Leavitt Class of 1863. 

George Lyman Locke (also res. stu. 1863-64) b. Boston Aug. 28, 
1835;* Harv. 1859; ord. (Epis.) deacon Nov. 7, 1863; priest 
May 29, 1865; asst min. Grace cb. Boston 1863-64 and Trinity ch. 
1864-66; r. St. Michael's cb. Bristol, R.I. from 1867. D.D. 
Brown 1893. Address Bristol, R.I. 

John Hart Manning Class of 1S64. 

Myron Andrews Munson Class of 1864. 

Benjamin Franklin Perkins Class of 1S64. 



1866 

GRADUATES 

Frederick Baylies Allen b. Boston Nov. 5, 1840; Harv. 1859-61: 
Amh. 1863; a.p. Newport. R.I. 1866-67; ord. Apr. 2, 1868; p. 
Canandaigua. N.Y. 1868-73; Chambers St. ch. Boston 1876-79 : 
ord. (Epis.) deacon Nov. 5. 1879; priest Dec. 12. 18S0; asst min. 
Trinity ch. Boston 1879-88 and supt Epis. City Mission from 
1888. Address 1 Joy St. Boston, Mass. 



ALUMNI 1866 345 

Samuel Warren Dike b. Thompson, Ct. Feb. 13, 1839; Wms. 1863; 
TheoL Inst. Ct. 1863-65 j a.p. Pomfret 1866-67; ord. Feb. 3, 1S69 : 
p. West Randolph. Yt. 1S6S-7S; Royalton 1878-82 and res. there 
_'-87: cor. sec. N.E. Divorce Reform League (now Nat'l 
League for Protection of the Family) from 1882; res. Auburn- 
dale. Mass. from 1887. LL.D. Wms.' 1888. 

Address 113 Hancock St. Auburndale. Mass. 

Horace Dutton b. Boston July 16, 1840; Yale 1862; a.p. First ch. 
West Newbury, Mass. 1866-67; ord. Jan. 21. 1868; p. Wareham 
1867-68; Eddyville, Io. 186S-69; res. lie. 1S70; p. Northboro. 
Mass. 1870-79; merchant Boston 1881-96 and in inst'n'l ch. work 
Berkeley Temple 1896-1901; in service World's Chr. Endeavor 
Union in Europe 1901-06; in indep. niissV work Boston from 

1906. Address 61 Hancock St. Auburndale, Mass. 

Melatiah Everett Dwight b. South Hadlev, Mass. Oct. 15. 1841 ; 
Coll. City N.Y. 1860; stud. med. N.Y. City 1860-63 and 1866-67; 
foreign travel 1867-6S; ord. Feb. 25. 1S69; h.m. Onarga, 111. 1869- 
79; p. Fairfield. Io. 1879-S8; res. Plainfield. X.J. 1888-1900: 
hist'l research N.Y. City from 1900; ed. X.Y. Gcn'l and Biog'l 
Record 1902-06: d. on Mt. Holyoke. South Hadlev, Mass. Sept. 14, 

1907. M.D. Bellevue Hosp. Med. Coll. 1864; D.D. Parsons Coll. 
Io. 1906. 

Addison Pinneo Foster b. Henniker, N.H. Sept. 25, 1841; P. A.: 
Wms. 1863; Princ. Sem. 1S63-65; U.S. Chr. Com. Ya.; ord. 
Oct. 3. 1866: p. Appleton St. (now Eliot) ch. Lowell. Mass. 1866- 
68; sup. churches Washing-ton. Chicago, etc. 1868-70; p. Maiden. 
Mass. 1S70-72: Winnisimmet (now First) ch. Chelsea 1872-77: 
First ch. Jersey City. N.J. 1877-S6; Immanuel ch. Roxbury. Mas-. 
1886-93: N.E. sec. Amor. S.S. Union Boston 1893-1905; res. New 
Paltz, N.Y. from 1905; trustee Talladega and Berea; d. June 18, 
1907. D.D. Wms. 1886. Son of Eden Burroughs Foster, class 
of 1841. 

Elbridge Gerry (name changed from Elbridge Gerry Pratt) b. 
Braintree. Yt. July 5. 1837; Midd. 1862; a.p. Sterling. I 
1866-68; ord. West Randolph. Yt. Sept. 24. 1868: h.m. Oregon 
City. Ore. 1868-72 and 18S2-83; p. Bethel. Yt. 1872-82; res. 
West Randolph from 1883, ed. West Randolph Herald, also 
sup. Rochester 1886-88; d. Dec. 23. 1891. 

Chauncey Lewis Hamlen b. Cleveland. O. Nov. 2. 1S40; West. Res. 
1863; private 85th O. Yols. 1862; Union Sem. 1863-64: ord. 
July 2. 1867; h.m. Louisiana. Mo. 1866-67; p. Brooklyn (now 
Archwood Ave. ch. Cleveland), O. 1868-72; Aurora 1872-SO: 
CollinwOod 1880-^87: Vermilion 1888-93: (Presb.) Bloomingburg 
1893-1900; Third ch. Chillicothe from 1900; d. Feb. 6. 1904. 



346 



ALUMNI 1866 



William Stone Hubbell b. Wolcottville, Ct. Apr. 19, 1837; Yale 
1858; private 25th Ct. Vols. 1862; 2d Lt., Capt., asst Adj. Gen.. 
Bvt. Maj. 21st Ct. Vols. 1862-65; assoc. p. First eh. Braintree, 
Mass. 1866-68; ord. Jan. 30, 1868; p. South ch. West Roxbury 
1868-72; First ch. Somerville 1872-81; (Presb.) North ch. 
Buffalo, N.Y. 1881-96; sec. N.Y. Sabbath Committee from 1898. 
D.D. Ham. 1884. 

Address 31 Bible House, Astor Place, New York City. 

Alfred Perry Johnson b. Bedford, Mass. Apr. 3, 1836; PA.; Harv. 
1861; private 44th Mass. Vols, and U.S. Chr. Com. 1862-63; 
ord. Nov. 19, 1867; h.m. p. Paola, Kan. 1866-69; Woodstock, 111. 
1870-72; Platteville, Wis. 1872-86; p. Central ch. Springfield. Mo. 
1886-89; Joplin 1890-92; Spring Valley, 111. from 1892; d. June 
29, 1894. 

Nathaniel Tenney Kimball b. Bradford, Mass. Oct. 9, 1838; Dart. 
1861; teacher Latin Bradford Acad. 1868-69; in business Brad- 
ford after; church and town officer; d. May 22, 1901. 

James Griswold Merrill b. Montague, Mass. Aug. 20, 1840; P. A.; 
Amh. 1863; Princ. Sem. 1863-65; ord. Nov. 20, 1867; h.m. p. 
Mound City. Kan. 1867-69; p. First ch. Topeka 1869-70; agt 
Amer. H.M. Soc. for Kan. 1870-72 ; p. Edwards ch. Davenport, 
Io. 1872-82: First Trin. ch. St. Louis. Mo. 1882-90; Second 
Parish ch. Portland, Me. 1890-95; ed. Christian Mirror Port- 
land 1895-99, also p. Scarboro; dean Fisk Univ. 1899-1901 and 
pres. 1901-08. D.D. Shurtleff Coll. 111. 1885, Amh. 1903. Son 
of James Hervey Merrill, class of 1839. Address Andover, Mass. 

John Henry Morley b. Hartford, Ct. Jan. 3, 1840; Wms. 1863; 
U.S. Chr. Com. Ya. 1864 and 1865; ord. Jan. 2, 1867; h.m. p. 
Magnolia, Io. 1866-69; p. Sioux City 1869-76; Winona, Minn. 
1876-83: Park ch. St. Paul 1883-84;" supt Cong. H.M. Soc. for 
Minn. 1884-99, res. Minneapolis; pres. Fargo Coll. 1900-06; p. 
Springfield, Yt. from 1906; trustee Carleton Coll. Minn.; director 
Chic. Sem. LL.D. Wms. 1900. Address Springfield, Yt. 

Bernard Paine b. East Randolph (now Holbrook). Mass. Sept. 21, 
1834; Dart. 1863; Union Sem. 1863-61: U.S. San. Com. 1864; 
ord. June 6, 1867; p. Pacific ch. New Bedford, Mass. 1866-71: 
Foxboro 1871-77: Sandwich 1880-84; Old Saybrook, Ct. from 
1885; d. June 11, 1894. 

Samuel Barrett Pettengill b. Grafton, Yt. Feb. 7, 1839; Midd. 
1857-59; Amh. 1859-60; 7th R.I. Cav. 1862; Princ. Sem. 1863- 
65; a.p. Little Sioux. Io. 1867-68; North Granville, N.Y. 1869; 
Castleton, Yt. 1871: ed. Rutland Herald 183 St Allans 

Messenger 1880-82; Standard Portland, Ore. 1883-89; Xews 



ALUMNI 1866 347 

and. Ledger Tacoma, Wash. 1889-95; farmer Grafton, Vt. from 
1896. A.M. hon. Midd. 1874. Address Grafton, Vt. 

William Hamilton Phipps b. Paxton, Mass. July 3, 1841; Amh. 
1862; Union Sem. 1863-64; ord. Paxton Aug. 29, 1866; h.m. 
Empire City, Col. 1866-69; p. North Beverly, Mass. 1869-70; 
South ville, Southboro 1870-71; East Woodstock, Ct. 1871-73; 
Poquonock 1873-78; Prospect 1878-1906; w.c. Waterbury from 
1906. Address 104 Waterville St. Waterbury, Ct. 

William Churchill Reade b. Hampden, Me. Nov. 1, 1835; PA.; 
Yale 1863; Princ. Sem. 1863-64; res. lie. And. Sem. 1869; a.p. 
Westbrook, Ct. 1867-68; ord. Feb. 10, 1870; p. South Dennis, 
Mass. 1870-74; First ch. Milton 1876-77; Candia, N.H/ 1878-83; 
lit. work Beverly, Mass. 1883-1907; res. Newton from 1907. 

Address 23 Hollis St. Newton, Mass. 

Alvah Mills Richardson b. Woburn (now Winchester), Mass. Apr. 
30, 1833; P.A.; Amh. 1862; private 45th Mass. Vols. 1862-63; 
ord. Nov. 14, 1866; p. Linebrook ch. Ipswich 1866-70; agt 
Amer. Tract Soc. Me. 1870-71; res. Winchester, Mass. 1871-93; 
Palmer from 1893. Address Palmer, Mass. 

Francis Huntington Snow b. Fitchburg, Mass. June 29, 1840; 
Wms. 1862; prof. Math, and Nat. Sci. Univ. Kan. from 1866 
(sup. Kanwaka 1866-67 and Wakarusa 1866-68), prof. Nat. Hist. 
1870-90, pres. of faculty 1889-90, chancellor 1890-1901, prof. 
Organ. Evolution, Sys. Entomol. and Meteorol. from 1901; d. 
Delafield, Wis. Sept. 20, 1908. Ph.D. Wms. 1881; LL.D. N.J. 
Coll. 1890. 

Thomas W Thompson b. Plymouth, N.H. Aug. 31, 1837; P.A.; 

Dart. 1859; travel and study in Japan and China 1862-65; ord. 

Central ch. Worcester, Mass. June 24, 1868; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 

Kalgan, North China 1868-75; res. Worcester, Mass. from 1875. 

Address 19 Kendall St. Worcester, Mass. 

William Jewett Tucker b. Griswold, Ct. July 13, 1839; Dart. 1861; 
ord. Jan. 24, 1867; p. Franklin St. ch. Manchester, N.H. 1867- 
75; Madison Sq. Presb. ch. N.Y. City 1875-79; prof. Sac. Rhet. 
and lecturer on Past'l Theol. And. Sem. 1879-93 and Stone 
lecturer 1895-97; one of editors Andover Review 1884-93; 
founder of Andover House (social settlement, now South End 
House), Boston; pres. Dart, from 1893; lecturer Union Sem. 
1897; Yale Sem. 1897-98; Univ. preacher Harv. 1899-01; author 
of From Liberty to Unity and The Making and Unmaking of 
a Preacher; director Union Sem. D.D. Dart. 1875, Univ. Vt. 
1904; LL.D. Wms. 1893, Yale 1895, Wesl. Univ. 1903. 

Address Hanover, N.H. 



348 ALUMNI 1866 

Daniel Wingate Waldron b. Augusta, Me. Nov. 11, 1840; Bowd. 
1862; Bangor Sem. 1863-64; ord. Apr. 3, 1867; p. East Wey- 
mouth, Mass. 1866-71; Maverick ch. East Boston 1871-72; city 
miss'y Boston 1873-91, supt and sec. City Miss'y Soc. from 
1891; chap. House of Representatives from 1879. 

Address Room 602, 14 Beacon St. Boston, Mass. 

John Kilbourn Williams b. Charlotte, Vt. Feb. 21, 1835; Midd. 
1860 and tutor 1861-63; Auburn Sem. 1863-64; ord. Nov. 21, 
1866; p. Bradford, Vt. 1866-72; West Rutland 1872-83; Jericho 
and Underhill 1884-89; Peacham from 1889. 

Address Peacham, Vt. 

Frank Webster Winslow b. Philadelphia, Pa. Mar. 4, 1844; Univ. 
Pa. 1863; ord. (Epis.) deacon Mar. 6, 1866; priest July 25, 1868; 
asst min. St. Luke's ch. Philadelphia 1866-67 and Advent ch. 
1871-73; h.m. Col. 1867-68; r. St. Peter's ch. Pueblo 1868-69; 
sup. St. Thomas's ch. Newark, Del. 1869-70; r. Emmanuel ch. 
Manville, R.I. 1870-71; h.m. Plymouth, Pa. 1873-74; r. St. Paul's 
ch. Minersville 1874-75; St. James's ch. Washington, D.C. 1875- 
77; d. May 15, 1878. 

NON-GRADUATES 

John Henry Denison (1863-65) b. Boston Mar. 3, 1841; P.A.; 
Wms. 1862; work among freedmen Hampton, Va. 1866-67; ord. 
Jan. 30, 1870; p. South Williamstown, Mass. 1868-71; First ch. 
New Britain, Ct. 1871-78; chap. Hampton (Va.) Inst. 1879-80; 
p. college ch. Wms. 1883-89, prof. Div. 1884-89 and in lit. work 
Williamstown after; author of Christ's Idea of the Supernatural. 
D.D. Wms. 1884. Address Williamstown, Mass. 

William D'Orville Doty (1864-65) b. Windham Centre, N.Y. 
Dec. 28, 1834; Kenyon 1862; Gen. Theol. Sem. 1862-65; ord. 
(Epis.) deacon June 20, 1864; priest Jan. 25, 1866; asst min. 
St. Paul's ch. Boston 1864-67; r. All Saints' ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
1867-71; St. Paul's ch. Waterloo 1871-77; Christ ch. Rochester 
from 1877; d. Jan. 25, 1900. D.D. Griswold Coll. Io. 1884. . 

Charles Thaddeus Haynes (1863-65) b. Townsend, Mass. Mar. 19, 
1835; Amh. 1862; teacher Townsend 1865-67; prin. high sch. 
Edgartown 1868-70; instructor Highland Mil. Acad. Worcester 
1870; prin. high sch. Webster 1870-72; gram. sch. prin. Worces- 
ter 1872-1902; res. Townsend from 1904. 

Address Townsend, Mass. 

David Starrett Morgan (1864-65) b. Johnson, Vt. Jan. 24, 1835; 
P.A.; Amh. 1857-58; Union 1860; private 1st Mass. Heavy Art. 
1862-64; Union Sem. 1866; res. lie. And. Sem. 1867; ord. 
June 26, 1867; p. Worthington, Mass. 1867-69; (Presb.) 



ALUMNI 1866 349 

Montello and Packwaukee, Wis. 1869-70; Westfield 1871-72; 
La Porte, Io. 1872-75 and w.c. from 1875; d. Jan. 10, 1879. 

Zaccheus Test (1863-64) b. Dunlapsville, Ind. Sept. 13, 1828; 
Haverford 1851; stud, med.; Ref. Sem. Pa. 1860-61; instructor 
Lang. Howland Sch. Union Springs, N.Y. 1866-79, stud. Univ. 
Tubingen 1874-75; ord. (Epis.) deacon Mar. 1, 1880; priest 
Jan. 22, 1882; miss'y Connorsville, Ind. 1880-83; sup. various 
churches 1883-89; asst min. St. Paul's ch. Richmond 1889-1902, 
r. 1902 and emer., also supervisor German in pub. schools 1879- 
99; d. Nov. 3, 1905. M.D. Univ. Pa. 1855. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

William Henry Beard b. Norton, Mass. Apr. 1, 1836; PA. ; Union 
Sem. 1865; ord. Nov. 19, 1867; p. Freedom, Me. 1866-69; 
Harwich, Mass. 1869-71; Wilton, Me. 1872; South Killingly, Ct. 
from 1873; d. Oct. 2, 1896. Son of Spencer Field Beard, class 
of 1827. 

Thaddeus Howe Brown (1864-66) Class of 1864. 

William Henry Dowden b. Fairhaven, Mass. Jan. 14, 1837; ord. 
Nov. 5, 1863; p. Pelham, Mass. 1863-64; Carlisle 1864-70; 
Lunenburg 1870-75; East Jaffrey, N.H. 1875-79; First ch. 
Hanover, Mass. 1880-81 and 1888-89; Easton 1881-84; Rowley 
1884-88; Washington, N.H. 1890-97; Gill, Mass. 1898-1902; 
w.c. Hanover from 1902. Address Hanover, Mass. 

Hugh Elder b. Dunfermline, Scot. Mar. 29, 1838; Univ. Edinburgh; 
Cong. Theol. Hall Edinburgh; ord. Jan. 29, 1868; p. Crombie St. 
ch. Salem, Mass. 1868-84; Airedale College, Bradford, Eng. 
1884-87; Farmington, Me. 1888-95; Forres, Scot, from 1898. 

Address Forres, Morayshire, Scot. 

Joseph Allen Leach Class of 1864. 

Edward Williams Morley Class of 1864. 

Mason Noble b. N.Y. City Sept. 12, 1842; Columbian Coll. D.C. 
1858-59; Wms. 1862; Union Sem. 1865; U.S. San. Com. 1864; 
a.p. Canaan, Ct. 1866-68; ord. Dec. 29, 1869; p. Sheffield, Mass. 
1868-81; prof. Greek, assoc. prof. Theol. and college pastor 
Talladega Coll. 1884-86; p. Wilmington, N.C. 1886-87, also 
teacher Gregory Inst.; p. South Lake Weir and Mannfield, Fla. 
1887-91; Lake Helen from 1892; trustee Rollins Coll. and 
Atlanta Sem. Address Lake Helen, Fla. 

John Chester Phelps b. Hebron, Ct. Oct. 13, 1814; Midd. 1833-34; 
Union Sem. 1846-48; Miami 1848-49; Covington Sem. Ky. 1849- 
50; Columbia Sem. S.C. 1853-54; ord. (Bapt.) Nov. 1855; p. 



350 ALUMNI 1867 

Society Hill, S.C. 1855-62; w.c. Columbia 1862-65; Lane Sem. 
1868; p. (Presb.) Rodney, Miss. 1869-70; Maryville, Tenn. 1871- 
72; Orange, Tex. 1874-78; Brenham 1878. 

Benjamin Adams Robie b. Gorham, Me. Sept. 9, 1836; Bangor 
Sem. 1865; ord. Mar. 22, 1866; p. Waterville, Me. 1866-71; 
Wilmington, Mass. 1871-74; Groton 1874-84; Grafton from 
1884; d. Sept. 16, 1900. 

William Franklin Snow Class of 1864. 

Francis Porter Woodbury Class of 1864. 



1867 

GRADUATES 

Ephraim Eliphalet Pearson Abbott b. Concord, N.H. Sept. 20, 
1841; Dart. 1863; Union Sem. 1864-66; ord. May 6, 1868; p. 
Meriden, N.H. 1868-72; stud. Univ. Gottingen 1872-73; p. New- 
port, N.H. 1874-84; Cedar Rapids, Io. 1884-88; Sierra Madre, 
Cal. 1888-98; Chula Vista 1898-1904; Logan Heights ch. San 
Diego 1905-08. Address 820 Sampson St. San Diego, Cal. 

George Whitefield Andrews b. Wayne, O. Feb. 4, 1833; Ober. 1858; 
prin. Lisbon (111.) Acad. 1858-60; Ober. Sem. in 1860; prin. 
Bloomfield (O.) Sem. 1860-65; ord. Nov. 13, 1867; p. East 
Hampton, Ct. 1867-70; Marion, Ala. 1870-71; Collinsville, Ct. 
1871-72; Montgomery, Ala. 1872-75; prof. Theol. and dean 
Theol. Dept Talladega Coll. 1875-1908, acting pres. 1896-1904, 
college pastor 1878-82 and 1887-94. D.D. Ripon Coll. Wis. 1886. 

Address R. F. D. 1, Monroeville, O. 

Cecil Franklin Patch Bancroft b. New Ipswich, N.H. Nov. 25, 
1839; Dart. 1860; prin. Appleton Acad. Mont Vernon 1860-64; 
U.S. Chr. Com. 1864; Union Sem. 1864^65; teacher PA. 1866- 
67; ord. Mont Vernon May 1, 1867; prin. Lookout Mountain 
(Tenn.) Educ'l Inst'ns 1867-72; stud. Univ. Halle 1872-73; 
prin. PA. from 1873; foreign travel 1878, 1888-89, 1895 and 
1899; trustee PA. (and And. Sem.), and Dart.; d. Andover, 
Mass. Oct. 4, 1901. Ph.D. Univ. State of N.Y. 1874; LittD. 
Wms. 1891; LL.D. Yale 1892. 

Lyman Horace Blake b. Cornwall, Vt. July 19, 1840; Midd. 1863; 
ord. Nov. 14, 1867; p. River Point, R.I. 1867-69; Rowley, Mass. 
1869-74; Methuen 1874-77; Immanuel ch. Roxbury 1877-81; 
Second ch. Westfield 1881-99; Essex from 1899; d. Jamaica Plain 
Oct. 12, 1900. 



ALUMNI 1867 351 

Samuel Ingersoll Briant b. Beverly, Mass. July 28, 1839; P.A.; 
Univ. Vt. 1863; Union Sem. 1864-66; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1865; 
ord. Apr. 22, 1868; p. Sharon, Mass. 1868-74; Hartford, Vt. 
1875-89; North Chelmsford, Mass. 1889-98; w.c. Westboro from 
1898. Address 14 West St. Westboro, Mass. 

George Phelps Byington b. Hinesburg, Vt. Aug. 17, 1838; Univ. Vt. 
1863; Union Sem. 1864-66; ord. Mar. 11, 1868; p. Benson, Vt. 
1867-69; Westford 1869-83; Castleton 1883-87; Shoreham 1887- 
90; East Hardwick 1890-99; Westport, Mass. 1899-1904; w.c. 
Winsted, Ct. 1904-06; Ballardvale, Mass. from 1906. 

Address Ballardvale, Mass. 

James Alexander Daly b. Munstereven, Ireland Apr. 11, 1838; Coll. 
of Cal. 1860; Union Sem. 1864-66; ord. Brooklyn, N.Y. Mar. 17, 
1868; p. Stockton, Cal. 1869-70; Williamsport, Pa. 1870-72; 
Painesville, O. 1872-76; Wellington 1877-83; w.c. Muncie, Ind. 
1896-1908; Rochester, N.Y. 1883-93 and from 1908. 

Address 194 Brunswick St. Rochester, N.Y. 

M. Angelo Dougherty b. N.Y. City May 15, 1844; Coll. City N.Y. 
1864; Union Sem. 1864-66; ord. June 15, 1869; p. (Bapt.) Great 
Falls, N.H. 1869-70; res. lie. 1871; p. Stoughton St. ch. Boston 
1871-77; Second Cong. ch. West Newbury 1878-83; Baldwinville 
1883-85; Emerson Coll. Oratory Boston 1885-87; Harv. Div. Sch. 
in 1887; p. First ch. Terre Haute, Ind. 1887-89; sup. various 
churches 1889-95; p. Canton, Mass. 1897-99; w.c. Cambridge 
from 1899. Address 77 Lake View Ave. Cambridge, Mass. 

Joseph Emery Fiske b. Needham, Mass. Oct. 23, 1839; Harv. 1861; 
non-com 'd off'r 43d Mass. Vols. 1862-63; 2d Lt., 1st Lt. and 
Capt. 2d Mass. Heavy Art. 1863-65; res. Grant ville (now Welles- 
ley Hills), Mass. from 1865; representative; senator. 

Address Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Alfred Sereno Hudson b. Sudbury, Mass. Nov. 20, 1839; Wms. 
1864; U.S. San. Com. Va. 1864; ord. Dec. 19, 1867; p. Burling- 
ton, Mass. 1867-73; Easton 1873-76; Linden, Maiden 1876-81, 
also Maplewood 1876-83; Ayer 1883-91 and res. there after; 
Boston Univ. Law Sch. 1891-93; p. West Groton 1892-1903; 
author of town histories; d. Ayer Apr. 1, 1907. 

Joseph Lanman b. Norwich, Ct. Apr. 9, 1840; Yale 1864; Union 
Sem. 1864-66; ord. June 2, 1868; p. (Presb.) Windham, N.H. 
1868-72; Lynn, Mass. 1872-73; (Cong.) Westhampton 1874-76; 
Woodland, Cal. 1876-78; (Presb.) Taylors Falls, Minn. 1880-83; 
Bethlehem ch. Minneapolis 1883-88; in Europe 1888-89; p. 
First ch. Newark, O. 1890-92; Princeton, Ky. 1893-98; First ch. 
St. James, Minn, from 1899, also Butterfield 1901-08. Ph.D. 
Univ. Wooster, O. 1899. Address St. James, Minn. 



352 ALUMNI 1867 

Everett Edward Lewis b. Bristol, Ct. June 4, 1837; Wms. 1862; 
a.p. Bethel, Vt. 1867-71; ord. Jan. 17, 1872; p. Haddam, Ct. 
from 1871. Address Haddam, Ct. 

Charles Myron Palmer b. Orford, N.H. Jan. 16, 1837; Dart. 1862; 
Union Sem. 1864-65; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1865; ord. Dec. 8, 1868; 
p. Harrisville, N.H. 1867-71; Cornish 1871-73; Meriden 1873- 
81; Saratoga, Cal. 1881-82; Westminster, Mass. 1883-91; w.c. 
Paxton 1891-93; p. Sharon, Vt. 1893-97; Stoddard, N.H. from 
1897; d. Sept. 4, 1899. 

William Edwards Park b. Andover, Mass. July 1, 1837; P.A.; Yale 
1861; in service Educ'l Com. for Freedmen St. Helena Is. S.C. 
1862; U.S. Chr. Com. Tenn. 1864; ord. Nov. 13, 1867; p. Central 
ch. Lawrence, Mass. 1867-75; Gloversville, N.Y. 1876-1904; 
lit. work Oberlin, 0. from 1904; assoc. ed. Bibliotheca Sacra 
from 1907. D.D. Marietta 1888. Son of Edwards Amasa Park, 
class of 1831 and professor. Address 116 Elm St. Oberlin, 0. 

William Henry Savage b. Woolwich, Me. Sept. 27, 1833; Bowd. 
1858; prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Delaware Coll. 1859-60; Capt. 
17th Me. Vols. 1862; 2d Lt. 7th Me. Vols. 1863-64; 1st Lt. and 
Bvt. Capt. 1st Vet. Vols. 1864-65; ord. Nov. 7, 1867; p. Hollis- 
ton, Mass. 1867-69; Jacksonville, 111. 1870-75; Hannibal, Mo. 
1875-76; (Unit.) Leominster, Mass. 1876-86; Watertown 1886- 
99; Hyde Park 1899-1905; res. Montreal, Can. from 1906; 
trustee 111. Coll. ; d. May 1, 1907. 

George Robert White Scott b. Pittsburg, Pa. Apr. 17, 1842; Midd. 
1864; ord. Sept. 17, 1868; p. Newport, N.H. 1868-73; Chambers 
St. ch. Boston 1873-75; Rollstone ch. Fitchburg 1875-87; travel 
and stud. Univ. Tubingen and Univ. Berlin 1887-91; p. Leomin- 
ster, Mass. 1893-98; lit. work Newton from 1898; trustee Jaffna 
Coll. Ceylon; d. Berlin, Ger. Sept. 13, 1902. D.D. Midd. and 
Olivet 1883; Ph.D. Univ. Berlin 1889. 

Newman Smyth b. Brunswick, Me. June 25, 1843; P. A.; Bowd. 
1863; Bangor Sem. 1863-64; 1st Lt. 16th Me. Vols. 1864-65; 
res. lie. And. Sem. 1868; ord. Jan. 29, 1868; p. Harrison St. 
chapel (now Pilgrim ch.) Providence, R.I. 1868; in Europe 1868- 
69; p. First ch. Bangor, Me. 1870-75; First Presb. ch. Quincy, 
111. 1876-82; First ch. New Haven, Ct. 1882-1907 and w.c. from 
1907; author of Old Faiths in New Lights and other theological 
books; fellow Yale. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1881, Yale 1895. Son of 
William Smyth, class of 1825. 

Address 328 Temple St. New Haven, Ct. 

Edward Payson Sprague b. Westchester, Ct. Oct. 18, 1843; N.Y. 
Univ. 1864; ord. Apr. 29, 1868; p. (Presb.) Salem, N.Y. 1868-81; 
Meadville, Pa. 1881-87; Second ch. Auburn, N.Y. 1887-95; 



ALUMNI 1867 353 

Salem from 1895; d. Jan. 7, 1902. Ph.D. Alleg. Coll. Pa. 1887; 
D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1887. 

Charles Burt Sumner b. Southbridge, Mass. Aug. 17, 1837; Yale 
1862; private 45th Mass. Vols. 1862-63; teacher Monson Acad. 
1863-65 and prin. 1867; ord. Jan. 2, 1868; p. Monson 1868-80; 
West ch. Somerville 1880-82; Tuscon, Ariz. 1882-84; supt Amer. 
H.M. Soc. for Ariz, and N.M. 1884-86; p. Claremont, Cal. 1887- 
88; prof. Bib. Lit. and Mor. Sci. Pomona Coll. 1890-99, finan. 
sec. from 1899 and trustee. Address Claremont, Cal. 

Henry Martyn Tenney b. Hanover, N.H. May 16, 1841; Amh. 1864; 
Union Sem. 1864-65; ord. Oct. 21, 1868; p. Village ch. Dor- 
chester, Mass. 1867-70; Winona, Minn. 1870-75; Steubenville, O. 
1875-80; First ch. Cleveland 1880-89; Second ch. Oberlin from 
1889. D.D. Amh. 1889. 

Address 136 West College St. Oberlin, O. 

John Low Rogers Trask b. Hampden, Me. Dec. 19, 1842; Wms. 
1864; Princ. Sem. 1864-66; ord. Dec. 4, 1867; p. Second ch. 
Holyoke, Mass. 1867-83; Trinity ch. Lawrence 1884-88; 
Memorial ch. Springfield 1888-1903 and res. there after, sup. 
Chicopee Falls 1907 and Third ch. Chicopee 1908; trustee Mt. 
Holyoke. D.D. Wms. 1889. 

Address 55 Marengo Park, Springfield, Mass. 

George Willis Warren b. Boston Feb. 13, 1841; Harv. 1860; New- 
ton Sem. 1863-64; acting prof. New Test. Lit. Bapt. Union Sem. 
Chicago 1868-69; teacher Boston 1870; Orange, N.J. 1874-77; 
Farmington, Ct. 1877-81 ; res. Somerville, Mass. after ; d. Mar. 17, 

1888. 

Moseley Hooker Williams b. Farmington, Ct. Dec. 23, 1839; Yale 
1864; Union Sem. 1864-66; ord. Mar. 26, 1868; p. Second ch. 
Philadelphia, Pa. 1867-69; Grand Ave. chapel Brooklyn, N.Y. 
1869-70; Plymouth ch. Portland, Me. 1870-73; lit. work Phila- 
delphia, Pa. 1874-79 and ed'l work for Amer. S.S. Union from 
1879. Ph.D. Temple Coll. (now Univ.), Pa. 1899. 

Address 1816 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Lyman Walker Winslow b. Liverpool, N.Y. Sept. 16, 1840; Beloit 
1863; ord. Aug. 11, 1869; p. Hydesville and Rohnerville^ Cal 
1869-72; Peshtigo, Wis. 1872-81; Fayette, Io. 1882-84; Earl 
ville and Almoral 1885-92; Bethany ch. Cedar Rapids 1893-96 
Hayward, Wis. 1896-1903; Gridley Indep. ch. Beloit 1904^06 
(Cong.) Woodland, Cal. 1907-08. Address East Auburn, Cal 

NON-GRADtfATES 

Alden Allen (1863-64, 1865-66) b. Potsdam, N.Y. Apr. 20, 1837; 
Midd. 1858-60; Univ. Mich. 1862; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1864; ord. 



354 ALUMNI 1867 

(Christian) Haverhill, Mass. Sept. 6, 1866; teacher Lafayette, 
Ind. 1867-68; p. East Springfield, Pa. 1868-70; Conquest, N.Y 
1871-72; teacher Red Creek 1872-73; p. Arkwright and Delanti 
1873-75; Ellington 1875-79, also Fluvanna 1875-76; Rockland, 
R.I. 1879-83; South Valley, N.Y. 1883-88; Walpole, N.H. 1888- 
89; Ogunquit, Me. 1889-91; Machias, N.Y. 1892-94; Morganville 
1895-1900; w.c. East Springfield, Pa. 1900-06; supt Ministers' 
Home Castile, N.Y. 1906-08. Address East Springfield, Pa 

John Perry Barrett (1864-65) b. Watertown, Mass. Feb. 19, 1841 
Harv. 1864; agt U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1865; in business Boston 
1865-76; Chic. Sem. 1877; ord. Dec. 22, 1877; p. Manchester, Io 
1877-80; Geneva, 111. 1880-81; Hennepin 1881-84; Farmington 
1884-86; Lacon 1886-89; Normal 1889-91 and w.c. 1891-97 
p. Covert, Mich. 1897-1900; w.c. Wheaton, 111. from 1900. 

Address Wheaton, 111 

Thomas Wetmore Bishop (1865-66) b. Boston Aug. 27, 1840; Harv 
1863; Harv. Div. Sch. 1863-65; ord. (Meth.) deacon Mar. 27 
1870; elder Mar. 31, 1872; a.p. Jamaica Plain 1868-71; p 
Florence 1871-73; Wilbraham 1873-76; Watertown 1876-79; 
Newtonville 1879-82; registrar Boston Univ. 1882-83; p. Spring- 
field 1883-85; Salem 1886-88; in Europe 1889-90 and 1896; p. 
Auburndale, Mass. 1891-95; Revere 1897-98; Newton Highlands 
1898-1902; Appleton ch. Dorchester from 1902. 

Address 221 Woodland Road, Auburndale, Mass. 

Emory Gilbert Chaddock (1864-65) b. Bennington, N.Y. Aug. 27, 
1839; Hillsdale Coll. Mich. 1863; ord. Mar. 20, 1860; p. (Free 
Bapt.) Girard, Mich. 1861-64; Bangor Sem. 1866; p. Lawrence, 
Mass. 1866-70; (Cong.) Union City, Mich. 1870-74; First ch. 
Wellfleet, Mass. 1874-79; Manistee, Mich. 1879-81; Alton, 111. 
1881-85; Hinsdale 1885-87; Fresno, Cal. 1888-90 and in business 
from 1890. Address 1500 W. 20th St. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Benjamin Angier Dean (1865-66) b. Shrewsbury, Mass. Nov. 4, 
1838; PA.; Amh. 1862; Princ. Sem. 1862-64; Union Sem. 1864- 
65; ord. July 20, 1866; p. Shrewsbury, Mass. 1866; Zumbrota, 
Minn. 1866-67; Monticello 1867-69; Garnavillo, Io. 1869-72; 
Sibley 1872-78; Clarksville, Neb. 1878-79; Exeter 1879-83; 
Meriden, N.H. 1883-86; Harrisville and Nelson 1886-88; Brent- 
wood 1888-91 ; Union ch. Medford, Mass. 1891-95; Colebrook, Ct. 
1895-1901; (Presb.) South Wales, N.Y. 1901-03; (Cong.) North 
Hyde Park, Vt. 1903-06; Vershire 1906-08; East Hartland, Ct. 
from 1908. Address East Hartland, Ct. 

Samuel Edwards Evans (1863-64, 1865-66) b. Fitchburg, Mass. 
Mar. 17, 1841; Harv. 1863; private 60th Mass. Vols. 1864; Chic. 
Sem. 1867; ord. Chicago, 111. Apr. 18, 1867; p. Seekonk (now 



ALUMNI 1867 355 

East Providence), R.I. 1868-71; (Meth.) Millville, Blackstone, 
Mass. 1871-72; Mystic, Ct. 1872-74; Nantucket, Mass. 1874-75; 
Cotuit 1875-77; East Glastonbury, Ct. 1877-79; North Easton, 
Mass. 1879-80; Dighton 1880-81; (Cong.) Middlefield 1881-82; 
First ch. Hanover 1882-86; Duxbury 1887; Third ch. Alstead 
and Langdon, N.H. 1888-90; First ch. West Newbury, Mass. 
1890-91; d. Soldiers' Home Chelsea Nov. 16, 1891. 

Bradford Morton Fullerton (1861-62, 1865-66) b. East Bridge- 
water, Mass. Apr. 15, 1837; PA. ; Amh. 1861; in newspaper 
work 1862-65; teacher Lexington, Mass. 1866-67; ord. Feb. 12, 
1868; p. Second ch. Palmer 1868-81; Waltham 1881-94; w.c. 
Brockton from 1894. D.D. Amh. 1891. 

Address 195 Newbury St. Brockton, Mass. 

Nathaniel Schuyler Moore (1862-63, 1865-66) b. N.Y. City Feb. 16, 
1839; Yale 1861; Union Sem. 1865; a.p. (Presb.) Port Penn, 
Del. 1868; ord. (Cong.) Brooklyn, N.Y. Nov. 11, 1868; p. (Presb.) 
Westford 1868-69; (Cong.) Gilmanton Iron Works, N.H. 1870- 
74; Norway, Me. 1874-75; Westport, Mass. 1875-76; Hancock, 
N.H. 1877-78; Colebrook 1878-79; Pawlet, Vt. 1880-82; Boylston 
Centre, Mass. 1882-83 ; Raynham 1883-85 ; East Granville 1885- 
86; res. Winsted, Ct. 1886-1901, sup. various churches; p. Crown 
Point, N.Y. 1901-04; Troy and Westfield, Vt. 1904-05; Newfane 
from 1905. Address Newfane, Vt. 

Amos Skeele (1865-66) b. Chicopee, Mass. Oct. 7, 1833; Kenyon 
1864; Epis. Div. Sch. Philadelphia 1866-67; ord. deacon June 21, 
1867; priest June 30, 1868; r. ch. of the Saviour Providence, R.I. 
1867-75; St. Paul's ch. Holyoke, Mass. 1877-81; ch. of the 
Epiphany Rochester, N.Y. from 1881. D.D. Hobart 1903. 

Address 131 Jefferson Ave. Rochester, N.Y. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Alexander Viets Griswold Allen (1865-67) Class of 1865. 

Henry Boardman Ensworth (1864-67, res. stu. 1862-64) b. Cincin- 
nati, N.Y. May 17, 1832; Genesee Coll. (now Syracuse Univ.) 
1852-55; lawyer Rochester 1858-62; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1865; 
ord. Dec. 18, 1867; p. Plymouth ch. Pittsburg, Pa. 1867-68; in 
business Philadelphia 1869-72; Berkeley Div. Sch. 1872-73; ord. 
(Epis.) deacon Apr. 29, 1874; priest June 26, 1875; min. Trinity 
ch. Wolcottville (now Torrington), Ct. 1874^75; asst min. St. 
Mark's chapel N.Y. City 1876-80; r. Christ ch. Portsmouth, O. 
1880-81; St. Andrew's ch. Chicago, 111. 1881-85; Christ ch. 
Brownsville, Pa. 1885-96; St. James's ch. Arlington, Vt. 1897- 
99; h.m. Wahpeton, N.D. 1899-1900; r. Holy Trinity ch. Lisbon 
from 1900; d. Mar. 10, 1902. 



356 ALUMNI 1868 

Ephraim Flint (1865-67) b. Lincoln, Mass. Nov. 29, 1828; Wms. 
1851; teacher Westfield Acad. 1851-52 and prin. 1855-56; prin. 
Orleans Acad. 1852-54; high sch. Lee 1856-62; high sch. Lynn 
1862-65; ord. Sept. 19, 1867; p. Hinsdale from 1867; trustee 
Wms.; d. Nov. 28, 1882. D.D. Wms. 1872. 

James Elliot Hall b. Spencer, Mass. Apr. 20, 1836; Brown 1859-61; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1866; ord. Feb. 27, 1867; p. Saundersville, 
Mass. 1867-68; Quincy 1868-73; Rockland, Me. 1873-76; left the 
ministry; in business; d. Soulsbyville, Cal. Aug. 27, 1901. 

Edwin Jarvis Hart (1865-67) b. East Brewer (now Holden), Me. 
Sept. 16, 1825; Bangor Sem. 1855; ord. Jan. 1, 1856; p. Merri- 
mack, N.H. 1856-65; U.S. Chr. Com. and San. Com. Tenn. 1863; 
p. Cottage Grove, Minn. 1867-79 and w.c. from 1879 ; d. Apr. 16, 
1893. 

David Starrett Morgan Class of 1866. 

Leverett Wilson Spring b. Grafton, Vt. Jan. 5, 1840; Wms. 1863; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1866; ord. Apr. 16, 1868; p. Rollstone ch. Fitch- 
burg, Mass. 1868-75; Plymouth ch. Lawrence, Kan. 1876-81; 
prof. Eng. Lit. Univ. Kan. 1881-86; prof. Eng. Lit. Wms. from 
1886. D.D. Univ. Kan. 1886. Address Williamstown, Mass. 

William Augustus Thompson b. East Windsor Hill, Ct., Nov. 22, 
1838; Dart. 1860; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1863; clerk Treas'y Dept 
Washington 1863-66; asst p. First ch. Hartford, Ct. 1867; ord. 
Sept. 30, 1868; p. Conway, Mass. 1868-72; South ch. Reading 
from 1872; d. Sept. 17, 1875. 



1868 

GRADUATES 

Edwin Augustus Adams b. Franklin, Mass. Oct. 21, 1837; Amh. 
1861; Union Sem. 1864-65; ord. Sept. 3, 1868; p. North Man- 
chester, Ct. 1868-72; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Prague, Austria 1872-82; 
p. Northboro, Mass. 1882-84; miss'y to Bohemians Chicago, 111. 
1884-88 and p. Bethlehem ch. 1888-1907. D.D. Knox and 111. 
Coll. 1891. Address 1105 Grant St. Evanston, 111. 

Thomas Earle Babb b. Orange, N.J. Aug. 21, 1840; Amh. 1865; 
Bangor Sem. 1865-67; ord. Jan. 19, 1869; p. Eastport, Me. 1868- 
71; Oxford, Mass. 1871-77; (Presb.) Victor, N.Y. 1877-83; 
(Cong.) West Brookfield, Mass. 1883-89; Third ch. Chelsea 1889- 
92 ; Holden from 1892. Address Holden, Mass. 

James Howard Babbitt b. Taunton, Mass. Jan. 13, 1839 ; Amh. 1865 ; 
ord. Sept. 10, 1868; p. Waitsfield, Vt. 1868-77; Swan ton 1877- 



ALUMNI 1868 357 

88, also Highgate 1878-88; West Brattleboro 1888-1900; w.c. 
Andover, Mass. from 1900; sec. Vt. S.S. Assoc. 1877-99; d 
Sept. 14, 1903. 

Albert Galliford Bale b. Barnstable, Eng. Sept. 10, 1840; P.A.; 
Amh. 1865; Bangor Sem. 1865-66; ord. Dec. 3, 1868; p. Melrose, 
Mass. 1868-96; First Presb. ch. Asbury Park, N.J. 1897-1902 and 
w.c. from 1902; d. Dec. 15, 1906. 

Edward Totterson Bartlett b. Philadelphia, Pa. July 25, 1843 ; Univ. 
Pa. 1865; private Pa. Reserves 1863; ord. (Epis.) deacon Aug. 1, 
1869; priest Mar. 13, 1870; r. Trinity ch. Sharon Springs, N.Y. 
1869-74; St. Luke's ch. Matteawan 1874-84; dean Epis. Div. Sch. 
Philadelphia 1884-1900, also prof. Eccl. Hist. 1884-1904; author 
of The Christian Scriptures; d. Sept. 9, 1904. D.D. Univ. Pa. 
1886. 

Newton Tracy Blakeslee b. Chagrin Falls, O. Dec. 8, 1841; West. 
Res. 1864; private 85th Ohio Vols. 1862; Lane Sem. 1865-67; 
ord. Nov. 11, 1868; p. Atwater 1868-70; Union ch. Berlin, Wis. 
1870-71; New London 1871-72; De Pere 1872-74; Mason City, Io. 
1874-76; Baraboo, Wis. 1877-78; River Falls and Kinnickinnick 
1878-83; h.m. Dak. 1883; Wabasha, Minn. 1883-89; Port Byron, 
111. 1889-93; North Side ch. Milwaukee, Wis. 1893-1903; Port 
Washington from 1904. Address Port Washington, Wis. 

Addison Blanchard b. Cumberland, Me. Feb. 12, 1840; Bowd. 1863; 
Union Sem. in 1863; private 157th N.Y. Vols. 1864; 2d Lt. 21st 
U.S.C.T. 1865-66; Ober. Sem. 1866-67; ord. Sept. 9, 1868; p. 
South Bridgton, Me. 1868-72; Warren ch. Westbrook 1872-77; 
gen. miss'y for Me. 1877-80; p. Union St. ch. St. John, N.B. 1880- 
81; supt Amer. H.M. Soc. for Col., Wyo. and N.M. 1882-84, for 
Kan. 1885-87 and miss'y evang. Mich. 1888-89; p. Mason City, 
Io. 1888; Second ch. Denver, Col. 1889-1907 and emer.; conduct- 
ing Bible Training Sch. Dallas, Tex. from 1907. 

Address 256 No. Pearl St. Dallas, Tex. 

William Augustus Bosworth b. Chester, O. Dec. 20, 1841; Marietta 
1864 and tutor 1864-65; 140th Ohio Vols.; Lane Sem. 1865-67; 
a.p. (Presb.) Logan 1868-69; Greencastle, Ind. 1869-70; ord. 
Oct. 1871; p. First ch. College Hill, O. 1870-75; (Cong.) Wood- 
fords, Deering, Me. 1875-80; Atchison, Kan. 1880-81; Independ- 
ence 1881-85; Great Bend 1885-91, also pres. Central Kan. Coll. 
1887-89; p. Guthrie, Okl. 1891-94; Perry 1894-95; Fairmount 
ch. Wichita, Kan. 1896-1901 and res. there after, sup. White City 
1902-03, Longton 1905-06 and instructor Fairmount Coll. 1906- 
07. Address 3314 So. Park Ave. Wichita, Kan. 

Albert Bowers b. Hancock, N.H. Apr. 11, 1837; Dart. 1863; ord. 
Feb. 28, 1869; p. Macon, Mo. 1868-73; Huntington, W.Va. 1873- 



358 ALUMNI 1868 

84, also Ceredo 1879-84; Ruggles, 0. 1884-1901; New London 
1901-08; w.c. Ashland from 1908. Address Ashland, O. 

Ezra Brainerd b. St. Albans, Vt. Dee, 17, 1844; Midd. 1864, tutor 
1864-66, prof. Rhet. and Eng. Lit. 1868-80, prof. Physics and 
App. Math. 1880-86, acting pres. 1885-86, pres. 1886-1908. LL.D. 
Univ. Vt. and Ripon 1888; D.D. Howard Univ. D.C. 1900. 

Address Middlebury, Vt. 

John Wesley Churchill b. Fairlee, Vt. May 26, 1839; PA.; Harv. 
1865 ; ord. Nashua, N.H. Apr. 30, 1869 ; instructor Eloc. And. Sem. 
1866-68, prof. Eloc. from 1868, prof. Homiletics and Past'l Care 
from 1896, also lecturer on Lit. 1894-96; instructor Eloc. PA. 
from 1866, Abbot Acad. 1866-91, Harv. Div. Sch. 1890-96; 
lecturer on Eloc. Sch. of Orat. Boston Univ. 1873-79; Mt. 
Holyoke Sem. (now Coll.) 1875-82; Smith 1876-80 ; *Wellesley 
1877-78 (and visitor to Dept of Eng. and Eloc. 1894-99) ; Johns 
Hopkins 1880; preacher Cornell 1882-83; Dart. 1893-1900; one 
of editors Andover Review 1884-93; trustee Abbot Acad.; d. 
Andover Apr. 13, 1900. D.D. Dart. 1896. 

DeWitt Scoville Clark b. Chicopee, Mass. Sept. 11, 1841; Amh. 
1863; ord. Nov. 11, 1868; p. Clinton 1868-78; Tabernacle ch. 
Salem from 1879. D.D. Amh. 1893. 

Address 2 Oliver St. Salem, Mass. 

Benjamin Drake Conkling b. Sycamore, O. May 9, 1840; Miami 
1861-64; Marietta 1865; Lane Sem. 1865-67; ord. Dec. 23, 1868; 
p. Kent 1868-71; Flint, Mich. 1871; Hudson 1872-74; White- 
water, Wis. 1875-80; dist. supt Amer. Miss'y Assoc. Savannah, 
Ga. 1880-81; p. Watertown, Ct. 1881-84; Olathe, Kan. 1884-86; 
Burlington 1886-90; Hiawatha 1890-94; in business Lyons from 
1894, mayor 1897-99; d. Aug. 18, 1907. 

Joseph Cook b. Ticonderoga, N.Y. Jan. 26, 1838; PA.; Yale 1858- 
61; Harv. 1865; a.p. Middlebury, Vt. 1869-70; res. lie. 1870; 
a.p. First ch. Lynn, Mass. 1870-71; stud. Halle, Leipsic, Berlin 
and Heidelberg 1872-73; "Monday Lecturer' ' Boston 1874-80 
and 1883-95; lecturing tour Great Britain, India, Japan and 
Australia 1880-82; res. Newton Centre, Mass. and Ticonderoga, 
N.Y. from 1895; pub. eleven volumes of Monday Lectures; ed. 
Our Day 1888-95; d. Ticonderoga June 24, 1901. LL.D. Howard 
Univ. D.C. 1892. 

James Wesley Cooper b. New Haven, Ct. Oct. 6, 1842; Yale 1865; 
asst 7 Adj. Gen. Gov. Buckingham's staff Ct. 1865-66; ord. Sept. 10, 
1868; p. Rockport, Mass. 1868-71; Lockport, N.Y. 1871-78; New 
Britain, Ct. 1878-1903; cor. sec. Amer. Miss'y Assoc. N.Y. City 
from 1903; trustee Atlanta Univ. and Talladega Coll.; fellow 
Yale. D.D. Olivet 1886. 

Address 287 Fourth Ave. New York City. 



ALUMNI 1868 359 

Ethan Curtis b. East Palmyra, N.Y. Feb. 15, 1841; Wms. 1866; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1866-67; ord. Oct. 14, 1868; p. Camden, N.Y. 
1868-87; Danforth ch. Syracuse 1887-89 and sec. N.Y. H.M. Soc. 
1889-1902; p. St. Luke's ch. Elmira 1902-03; Olean 1903-06; 
Niagara Sq. ch. Buffalo from 1906. 

Address 212 Delaware Ave. Buffalo, N.Y. 

Marshall Munroe Cutter b. Cambridge, Mass. Apr. 9, 1843; Harv. 
1864; ord. Dec. 29, 1868; p. Ashland 1868-73; West Medford 
1874r-82; dist. sec. Amer. Tract Soc. Boston 1882-85; in business 
Boston from 1886; res. Sherborn from 1906; sec. Mass. Gen. 
Assoc. 1881-88. Address R, F. D. South Framingham, Mass. 

Charles Thomas Dering b. East Setauket, N.Y. Jan. 21, 1842; Ham. 
1864; ord. Mar. 9, 1870; p. Rosemond, 111. from 1869; d. Sept. 23, 
1880. 

Henry Cary Dickinson b. Harmony, Wis. May 14, 1841; Beloit 
1863; ord. Feb. 4, 1869; p. Appleton, Wis. 1868-72; Central City, 
Col. 1872; d. Appleton, Wis. Mar. 11, 1873. 

James Gregory Dougherty b. Newport, R.I. Sept. 22, 1838; PA.; 
Brown 1865; private 10th R.I. Vols. 1863; teacher PA. 1866-67; 
a.p. South ch. Lawrence, Mass. 1868-69; res. lie. 1870; ord. 
June 3, 1870; p. First ch. Chillicothe, Mo. 1870-72; Wyandotte, 
Kan. 1872-75; pres. Colorado Coll. 1875-76; p. Ottawa, Kan. 
1876-88 ; Kansas City 1888-98 and res. there after, in temperance 
work 1898-99; sup. St. Joseph, Mo. 1899-1900; Stockton, Kan. 
1902-04; Osborne 1906; trustee Washburn Coll. D.D. Washburn 
Coll. 1892. Address 530 Oakland Ave. Kansas City, Kan. 

Ellis Richmond Drake b. Garland, Me. Feb. 11, 1840; Bowd. 1863; 
stud, law 1862-65; lawyer Boston 1865-66; Bangor Sem. 1866- 
67; ord. Nov. 10, 1868; p. Wayland, Mass. 1868-71; Central ch. 
Middleboro 1871-76; Union ch. Quincy Poinl 1876-78; Olivet ch. 
Boston 1879; Northfield 1880-87, also Gill 1883-87; First ch. 
Eureka, Kan. 1887-91; Manhattan 1891-94; Villa Park ch. 
Denver, Col. 1896-1902 and res. there after; d. Mar. 10, 1906. 
D.D. Philander Smith Coll. Ark. 1894. 

John Edgar b. Edenderry, King's Co. Ireland June 12, 1842; ord. 
May 11, 1869; p. (Presb.) Mt. Joy and Donegal, Pa. 1869-70; 
New Bloomfield 1870-83 ; pres. and prof. Phil, and Ethics Wilson 
Coll. Chambersburg from 1883; d. June 5, 1894. Ph.D. Wash, 
and Jeff. Coll. Pa. 1885. 

Hermann Ficke b. Hammersbeck, Hannover, Ger. Apr. 19, 1838; 
ord. Apr. 14, 1870; p. German Cong, (later Immanuel) ch. 
Dubuque, Io. from 1868, also lib'n German Presb. Theol. Sch. 

Address 18th and Seminary Sts. Dubuque, Io. 



360 ALUMNI 1868 

George Henry French b. Candia, N.H. July 27, 1838; P.A.; Dart. 
1863; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1865; a.p. Auburn, Mass. 1868-69; 
res. lie. 1871; ord. Nov. 8, 1871; p. Johnson, Vt. 1871-78; Ludlow 
1878^80; Charlestown, N.H. 1881-88, also Langdon 1884-85; 
Meriden 1888-92 and w.c. 1892-94; p. Westmoreland from 1894; 
d. Oct. 1, 1906. 

Sereno Dwight Gammell b. Charlestown, Mass. Mar. 2, 1842; non- 
com 'd off'r 47th Mass. Vols. 1862-63; 1st Lt. 4th Mass. Heavy 
Art. 1864-65; Amh. 1865; teacher PA. 1866-68; ord. Sept. 9, 
1868; p. First ch. Boxford 1868-80; Chestnut St. ch. Lynn 1880- 
84; Wellington, O. 1884-89; Tallmadge 1889-96; res. North 
Brookfield, Mass. from 1896. 

Address 4 So. Main St. North Brookfield, Mass. 

Lewis Gregory b. Wilton, Ct. June 17, 1842; Yale 1864; Union Sem. 
1864t-65; ord. Oct. 15, 1868; p. West Amesbury (now Merrimac), 
Mass. 1868-75; Lincoln, Neb. 1875-98 and in business from 1898. 

Address 1230 L St. Lincoln, Neb. 

Thomas Lafon Gulick b. Koloa, Kauai, H.I. Apr. 10, 1839; Oahu 
Coll.; Rutgers 1861-63; Wms. 1865; Union Sem. 1865-67; city 
miss'y N.Y. City 1868-69; a.p. Amer. Presb. ch. Montreal, Can. 
1870; ord. North Manchester, Ct. May 15, 1870; railway mission 
work Chicago, 111. 1871; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Santander and 
Madrid, Spain 1873-75; Saragossa 1876-82; agt Amer. Bible 
Soc. Cuba 1883-84; h.m. Las Vegas, N.M. 1885; p. Union For- 
eign ch. Makawao, Maui, H.I. 1886-93 ; in service McAll Assoc. 
1894-96; supt and chap. Cathcart Home and Richardson Home 
Devon, Pa. from 1896; travel in Egypt, India, China, Japan and 
Hawaii 1900-01; d. Kijabi, Brit. East Africa June 15, 1904. 

Azel Washburn Hazen b. Berlin, Vt. Apr. 10, 1841; Dart. 1863; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. J865-67; ord. Mar. 10, 1869; p. First ch. Middle- 
town, Ct. from 1869; trustee Hart. Sem. and Wesl. Univ. D.D. 
Dart. 1888. Address 299 Court St. Middletown, Ct. 

Charles Lawrence Hubbard b. Candia, N.H. July 4, 1839; Dart. 
1865; private 12th Vt. Vols. 1862-63; ord. Sept. 2, 1868; p. 
Merrimack, N.H. 1868-78; West Boxford, Mass. 1878-1905; 
w.c. Arlington 1905-07; Winchester from 1907; chap, legislature, 
N.H. Address 6 Harrison St. Winchester, Mass. 

Charles Edward Lane b. South Newmarket (now Newfields), N.H. 
Dec. 27, 1837; PA.; Amh. 1865; d. Stratham, N.H. Aug. 17, 1868. 

David Dana Marsh b. Orford, N.H. Apr. 14, 1842; Dart. 1865; ord. 
Sept. 16, 1868; p. Memorial ch. Georgetown, Mass. 1868-88; 
Unionville, Ct. 1888-99; Wethersfield Ave. ch. Hartford 1900- 
04; res. West Hartford from 1904. Son of Joseph Marsh, class 
of 1827. Address Outlook Ave. West Hartford, Ct. 



ALUMNI 1868 361 

Henry Grimes Marshall b. Milford, Ct. Jan. 2, 1839; Yale 1860; 
non-com 'd off'r 15th Ct. Vols. 1862-64; 1st Lt., Capt., acting asst 
Adj. Gen. 29th U.S.C.T. 1864-65; Yale Sem. 1865-66; ord. Feb. 1, 
1871; p. Avon, Ct. 1871-72; Charlemont, Mass. 1872-77; Middle- 
bury, Ct. 1877-85; Cromwell 1885-1904; Hampton from 1904. 

Address Hampton, Ct. 

Daniel Merriman b. Manchester, Vt. Dec. 3, 1838; Wms. 1863; 
1st Lt. and Adj. 132d 111. Vols. 1864; Chic. Sem. 1865-66; ord. 
Sept. 30, 1868; p. Broadway ch. Norwich, Ct. 1868-75; Central 
ch. Worcester, Mass. 1878-1900 and emer.; pres. Worcester Art 
Museum; preacher Yale and Wms.; Dart. 1901-02; lecturer on 
Past'l Theol. And. Sem. 1900-01; trustee Wms., Atlanta Univ., 
Worcester Polytechnic Inst, and Abbot Acad.; pres. trustees 
Internat'l Inst, for Girls in Spain. D.D. Wms. and Ripon 1881, 
Yale 1898. 

Address 73 Bay State Road, Boston, Mass.; in summer 

Intervale, N.H. 

Henry Pitt Page b. Gilmanton, N.H. Feb. 12, 1839; Dart. 1861; 
non-com 'd off'r and 2d Lt. 14th N.H. Vols. 1862-65; ord. Centre 
Harbor, N.H. Sept. 10, 1868; miss'y AB.C.F.M. Turkey 1868-77; 
p. Harvard, Neb. 1877-79; w.c. Brownville 1879-83; p. West- 
moreland, Kan. 1883-85; Gaylord 1886-89; Canterbury, N.H. 
1889-91; Newington 1892-94; w.c. Neb.; p. Deer Lodge and 
Robbins, Tenn. 1903-04; res. Tampa, Fla. 1904-08; p. Union ch. 
Cortez from 1908. Address Cortez, Fla. 

Webster Patterson b. Vershire, Vt. Oct. 8, 1841; Dart. 1865; ord. 
Apr. 28, 1870; p. Chestnut St. Lynn, Mass. from 1870; d. Sept. 20, 
1873. 

Joseph Carlton Plumb b. Gowanda, N.Y. Sept. 11, 1832; private 
11th Ind. Vols. 1861; 2d Lt., 1st Lt. and Capt. 46th Ind. Vols, 
1862-64; ord. Feb. 28, 1869; h.m. p. Fort Scott, Kan. 1868-74; 
p. North Springfield, Mo. 1874^76; Joplin 1876-78 and 1883-84; 
Hannibal 1881-83; Springfield 1884-87; in business Aurora 1887- 
96; Joplin 1896-1902; Baxter Springs, Kan. from 1902. 

Address Baxter Springs, Kan. 

John Phelps Taylor b. Andover, Mass. Apr. 6, 1841; P.A.J Yale 
1862 and res. grad. 1862-63; in Europe 1863-65; teacher Latin 
and Greek PA. 1866-67; ord. Nov. 12, 1868; p. South ch. Middle- 
town, Ct. 1868-74; United ch. Newport, R.I. 1874-76; Second ch. 
New London, Ct. 1877-83; prof. Bib. Hist, and Oriental Archae- 
ology And. Sem. 1883-99 and res. Andover after; trustee Abbot 
Acad. D.D. Midd. 1897. Son of Dr. John Lord Taylor, trustee 
and professor. Address Andover, Mass. 



362 ALUMNI 1868 

Philander Thurston b. Pelham, Mass. May 25, 1837; Amh. 1865; 
Bangor Sem. 1865-67; ord. Eastport, Me. Jan. 19, 1869; p. East 
Machias 1868-69; Sudbury, Mass. 1870-74; Village ch. Dorchester 
1875-80; w.c. Mattapan 1880-84; p. Sutton 1884-90; w.c. Enfield 
from 1892; d. Dec. 21, 1893. 

Joseph Ward b. Perry Centre, N.Y. May 5, 1838; Brown 1865; 
private 10th R.L Vols. 1862; U.S. Chr. Com. 1863 and 1864; 
teacher Latin and Math. P. A. 1866-67; ord. Mar. 17, 1869; h.m. p. 
Yankton, Dak. 1869-83; founder Yankton Coll., pres. and prof. 
Ment. and Mor. Phil, from 1883; supt of schools Yankton 1870- 
74 and mem. Board of Educ. 1875-87; lecturer on Building of 
Society in the New States And. Sem. 1883-84; mem. So. Dak. 
Const. Conv. 1883; d. Yankton Dec. 11, 1889. D.D. Knox 1882. 

William Harrington Warren b. Westboro, Mass. Aug. 11, 1840; 
Harv. 1865; res. lie. 1869; ord. Dec. 7, 1869; p. Plymouth ch. 
St. Louis, Mo. 1869-72; Cleveland Heights (now Pilgrim) ch. 
Cleveland, 0. 1872-75; Springfield 1875-87; Vine St. ch. Cincin- 
nati 1887-94; sec. Mich. H.M. Soc. 1894-1907, res. Lansing; 
p. Fort St. ch. Detroit from 1907. D.D. Olivet 1896. 

Address 1190 Lafayette Ave. Detroit, Mich. 

Henry Mitchell Whitney b. Northampton, Mass. Jan. 16, 1843; 
Yale 1864; non-com 'd off'r 52d Mass. Vols. 1862-63; agt U.S. 
Chr. Com. Va. 1864-65; Princ. Sem. 1865-66; ord. May 12, 1869; 
p. Geneva, 111. 1868-71; prof. Eng. Lit. Beloit Coll. 1871-99, also 
p. (Presb.) Beloit, Wis. 1871-72 and (Cong.) Roscoe, 111. 1876- 
82; assoc. ed. Century Diet. 1883-91; lib'n Blackstone Memorial 
Lib. Branford, Ct. from 1899. Litt.D. Beloit 1900. 

Address Branford, Ct. 

Will Converse Wood b. Boston Jan. 24, 1839; Harv. 1860; private 
and 1st Lt. 11th N.H. Vols. 1862-65; ord. Oct. 15, 1868; p. Lanes- 
ville, Gloucester, Mass. 1868-70; Wenham 1870-76; Scituate 
1879-82, also East Marshfield 1879-80; Derby, Vt. and Stanstead, 
Can. 1884; instructor Homiletics Lay Coll. Revere, Mass. 1889- 
90; p. Albany, Me. 1890-91; Springfield 1891-92; lit. work Boston 
from 1892; originated Boston Evang'l Alliance; pub. several 
books and left Wood Genealogy and Jesus in the Talmud un- 
published; d. Feb. 15, 1907. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Myron Samuel Dudley (1865-66) b. Peru, Vt. Feb. 20, 1837; Wms. 
1863; Capt. 5th Vt. Vols. 1863-65; assoc. prin. Burr and Burton 
Sem. Manchester, Vt. 1866-67; Union Sem. 1869; a.p. (Presb.) 
Otego, N.Y. 1869-70; ord. Sept. 28, 1871; p. (Cong.) Peacham, 
Vt. 1870-73; Cromwell, Ct. 1873-84; North Wilbraham, Mass. 



ALUMNI 1868 363 

1886-89; Nantucket 1889-97; hist'l work Nantucket and Boston 
1897-1902; p. Newington, N.H. from 1902; d. Nov. 17, 1905. 

John Irving Forbes (1865-67) b. Philadelphia, Pa. May 2, 1843; 
Univ. Pa. 1861; Epis. Div. Sch. Philadelphia 1868; ord. deacon 
1868; min. Trinity ch. Sharon Springs, N.Y. 1868-69; ch. of 
Nativity South Bethlehem, Pa. 1869-70; d. Philadelphia June 26, 
1871. 

Holland Bard Fry (1867-68) b. New Holland, Pa. Mar. 31, 1836; 
non-com 'd off'r 7th Ohio Vols. 1861-64; Ober. 1865; Ober. Sem. 
1867; prof. Wilberforce Univ. 0. 1868-69; ord. Jan. 5, 1870; p. 
Carthage, Mo. 1870-73; Claridon, O. 1873-76; Garrettsville and 
Nelson 1876-77; South Bridgton, Me. 1877-79; w.c. 1880-83; 
p. Gaines, N.Y. 1884-86; Rushville 1886-88; Sutton, Neb. 1888- 
89; Wallace 1889-91; w.c. Oberlin, O. 1891-96; p. Hill, N.H. 
1896-97; w.c. San Antonio, Cal. from 1898. 

Address Euclid Ave. San Antonio, Cal. 

James Hattrick Lee (1865-67) b. Boston Aug. 23, 1843; Amh. 1864; 
2d Lt. 4th Mass. Heavy Art. 1864-65; stud. Univ. Tubingen 
1867-68; Epis. Theol. Sch. Cambridge, Mass. 1869; ord. deacon 
Mar. 2, 1869; priest Jan. 30, 1870; r. St. John's ch. Lawrence 
1870-73; St. James's ch. Smithtown, N.Y. 1873-75; St. John's 
ch. Canandaigua 1875-83 and head master Fort Hill Sch. 1883- 
84; teacher Rochester 1885-91; master Milton (Mass.) Acad, 
from 1892; d. Rome, Italy Mar. 23, 1903. 

Samuel Wells Powell (1865-66) b. Phillipsville (now Belmont), 
N.Y. May 6, 1838; Beloit 1859-61; private 4th Wis. Vols., private 
sec. to Gen. John A. Dix 1861; Lt. Mar. Corps 1861-65; Chic 
Sem. 1866-67; Yale Sem. 1868; teacher Hebrew Bapt. Sem. Chi 
cago 1868-69 and Presb. Sem. 1870; h.m. Io. and Wis. 1869-70 
ord. Feb. 8, 1872; p. Arena 1871-72; Viroqua 1872-73; Medford 
Minn. 1874; Faribault 1874-76; South Plymouth, Mass. 1876-77 
Rochester 1877; Harwich 1879; Mt. Washington 1880; Madrid 
N.Y. 1881-82; lit. and city mission work Brooklyn 1882-87; p 
Otis, Mass. 1887-88; Peru 1889-91; w.c. Chester Centre from 
1891; translated Daniel from the Chaldee and prepared work on 
history of period between David and Babylonian Captivitv; 
d. May 7, 1892. 

Edward Moore Williams (1866-67) b. Chicago, 111. Nov. 15, 1841; 
Yale 1864; U.S. Chr. Com. 1864-65; Union Sem. 1865-66; Chic. 
Sem. 1868; ord. Feb. 25, 1869; p. Austin, Minn. 1869-71; Fari- 
bault 1871-73; in Europe 1873-74 ; p. First ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 
1875-81; Northfield 1882-89; Groton, Ct. 1892-94; Yankton, S.D. 
1894-99; w.c. Chicago, 111. 1889-92 and from 1899; sec. 111. Chil- 



364 ALUMNI 1869 

dren's Home and Aid Soc; director Chic. Sem. D.D. Carleton 
Coll. Minn. 1895. Address 315 E. Ontario St. Hyde Park, 111. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Henry Kinsman Craig (1866-68) Class of 1852. 

Samuel Page Fowler (1866-68) Class of 1865. 

Amos Franklin Shattuck (1866-68) b. Hollis, N.H. July 9, 1832; 
Amh. 1859; Union Sem. 1862; a.p. Charlestown, N.H. 1863-64; 
Surrey 1864-66; ord. June 3, 1868; p. Durham 1867-68; Worces- 
ter, Vt. 1870-71; w.c. Hollis, N.H. 1872-83; farmer New Ipswich 
1883-91; res. Concord 1891-95; d. Goffstown Nov. 27, 1895. 

Newman Smyth Class of 1867. 



1869 

GRADUATES 

Laban Wheaton Allen b. Pelham, N.H. Dec. 11, 1843; P.A.; Amh. 
1866; ord. Oct. 13, 1869; p. South Braintree, Mass. 1869-72; 
h.m. Greeley, Col. 1872-73; res. Nice, France 1873-74; Los 
Angeles, Cal. 1874-75; d. Hanover, Mass. Aug. 23, 1875. Son 
of Cyrus Williams Allen, class of 1829. 

Samuel Bell b. St. John, N.B. Oct. 20, 1839; Dart. 1866; Newton 
Sem. 1866-67; ord. Sept. 1, 1869; p. Groton Junction (now Ayer), 
Mass. 1869-70; East Cambridge 1870-72; East Attleboro 1872- 
78; Jacksonville, Fla. 1878-79; Saxonville, Mass. 1879-82; Great 
Falls, N.H. 1882-85; South Abington (now Whitman), Mass. 
1885-90; Pittsfield, N.H. 1891-96; w.c. Deerfield 1897-1900; 
West Charleston, Vt. 1900-01 and w.c. from 1901; d. Jan. 16, 
1905. 

James Brand b. Three Rivers, Can. Feb. 26, 1834 ; P. A. ; color bearer 
27th Ct. Vols. 1862-63 (at Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville and 
Gettysburg); Yale 1866; ord. Oct. 6, 1869; p. Maple St. ch. 
Danvers, Mass. 1869-73; First ch. Oberlin, 0. from 1873; del. to 
Internat'l Cong. Council London 1891; trustee Ober.; d. Apr. 11, 
1899. D.D. Iowa 1884. 

Charles Sylvester Brooks b. New Braintree, Mass. Jan. 19, 1840; 
Wms. 1859-61; Amh. 1863; ord. Sept. 15, 1869; p. Tyngsboro 
1869-72; South Deerfield 1873-77; Putnam, Ct. 1877-87; Roll- 
stone ch. Fitchburg, Mass. 1887-96; sup. various churches from 
1896, res. Wellesley from 1900. 

Address 10 Abbott St. Wellesley, Mass. 



ALUMNI 1869 365 

Willard Deming Brown b. New Haven, Vt. Nov. 10, 1838; Midd. 
1866; ord. Dec. 6, 1870; p. Gilbertville, Hardwick, Mass. 1869- 
87 ; Interlachen, Fla. from 1888 ; trustee Rollins Coll. ; d. Sept. 25, 
1899. 

Leander Trowbridge Chamberlain b. West Brookfield, Mass. Sept. 26, 
1837; P.A.; Yale 1863; asst paymaster U.S.N, on Pacific squadron 
1863-67; ord. Oct. 27, 1869; p. N.E. ch. Chicago, 111. 1869-77; 
Broadway ch. Norwich, Ct. 1877-83; (Presb.) Classon Ave. ch. 
Brooklyn, N.Y. 1883-90; res. N.Y. City from 1890; pres. Evang'l 
Alliance for U.S. from 1902. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1879. 

Address The Chelsea, W. 23d St. New York City. 

David Augustus Easton b. Cincinnati, O. Aug. 10, 1843; Antioch 
Coll. O. 1861-62; Bowd. 1865; stud, law Cincinnati 1865-66; 
ord. Dec. 29, 1869; p. Second ch. Danbury, Ct. 1869-75; Nauga- 
tuck 1875-79; in business N.Y. City 1879-93; res. Cambridge, 
Mass. from 1893, p. First ch. of Christ Scientist Boston 1893-94; 
d. Cambridge Mar. 1, 1894. 

Ebenezer Nichols Fernald b. West Lebanon, Me. Mar. 10, 1833; 
Amh. 1862; teacher 1862-65; Freedmen's Aid Com. Chattanooga, 
Tenn. 1865-66; ord. Nov. 12, 1869; p. (Free Bapt.) Winthrop, 
Mass. 1869-70; Auburn, Me. 1870-74; cor. sec. Free Bapt. Educ. 
Soc. 1874^76 and finan. sec. Home and For. societies 1876-85, 
res. Lewiston; treas. and pub. Free Bapt. printing establishment 
Boston 1885-90; p. Milton Mills, N.H. 1895-97; d. Jan. 15, 1898. 

Lucien Haskell Frary b. Haverhill, N.H. Mar. 19, 1839; Dart. 1866; 
ord. Oct. 7, 1869; p. Middleton, Mass. 1869-75; Union ch. Wey- 
mouth and Braintree 1875-86; Sierra Madre, Cal. 1887-88; 
Pilgrim ch. Pomona 1888-1902; trustee Pomona Coll.; d. Long 
Beach May 13, 1903. D.D. Dart. 1899. 

Daniel Crosby Greene b. Roxbury, Mass. Feb. 11, 1843; Dart. 1864; 
private 7th R.I. Cav. 1863; Chic. Sem. 1866-67; ord. Westboro, 
Mass. July 28, 1869; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Japan from 1869; Kobe 
1870-74; Yokohama 1874-80, mem. New Test. Translation Com- 
mittee; Kyoto 1881-87, prof. New Test. Exegesis Doshisha Coll.; 
Tokyo from 1890; editor of Chinese New Test, for Japanese 
readers. D.D. Rutgers 1879. Son of David Greene, class of 
1826. Address 22 Nakanocho, Ichigaya, Tokyo, Japan. 

George Harris b. East Machias, Me. Apr. 1, 1844; Amh. 1866; 
Bangor Sem. 1866-67; ord. Oct. 6, 1869; p. High St. ch. Auburn, 
Me. 1869-72; Central ch. Providence, R.I. 1872-83; prof. Chr. 
Theol. And. Sem. 1883-99 ; pres. Amh. from 1899 ; preacher Dart. 
1894-99; Harv. 1897-99; one of editors Andover Review 1884- 
93; author of Moral Evolution and Inequality and Progress; 



366 ALUMNI 1869 

delivered Commemorative Oration at centennial of Seminary, 
June 10, 1908. D.D. Amh. 1883, Harv. 1899, Yale 1901; LL.D. 
Dart. 1899, Wms. 1908. Address Amherst, Mass. 

John Pease Harsen b. N.Y. City May 16, 1844; Coll. City N.Y. 
1864; Union Sem. 1867; ord. (Presb.) Feb. 13, 1868; p. Martins- 
burg 1867-68; Pleasanton, Kan. 1869-71; Wichita 1871-79; 
Nanticoke, Pa. 1880-85; Kingston from 1885; d. Sept. 25, 1886. 

Charles Elliott Harwood b. Enfield, Mass. June 16, 1842; Amh. 
1865; a.p. East Machias, Me. 1869-70; ord. June 7, 1871; p. 
Orleans, Mass. 1870-81 ; foreign travel 1881-82 ; p. Wymore, Neb. 
1882-84; Fairfield 1884-89; Presque Isle, Me. 1890-92; h.m. 
Aroostook Co. 1892-93; Cranberry Isles from 1894; d. Orleans, 
Mass. Mar. 22, 1897. 

George Alfred Hood b. Philadelphia, Pa. July 13, 1846; N.J. Coll. 
1866; Princ. Sem. 1866-68; ord. Central ch. Philadelphia Sept. 30, 
1869; supt freedmen and p. Savannah, Ga. 1869-70; p. Cambria, 
N.Y. 1870-72; Fergus Falls, Minn. 1872-77; Pilgrim ch. Minne- 
apolis 1877-84 and Union ch. 1884-86; supt Amer. H.M. Soc. 
for Northern Wis. 1886-88; field sec. Amer. Cong. Union (later 
Cong. Ch. Building Soc.) 1888-1907; supt Cong. H.M. Soc. for 
Col. from 1907. Address 1553 Milwaukee St. Denver, Col. 

Edward Seymour Huntress b. Portsmouth, N.H. July 9, 1840; 
Waterville 1863-64; Bangor Sem. 1866-67; ord. Sept. 3, 1869; 
p. Wareham, Mass. 1869-70; Hanover St. ch. Milwaukee, Wis. 
1871-72; Maynard, Mass. 1872-74; First ch. (East) Derry, N.H. 
1875-77; Wallingford, Vt. 1877-79; Dayville, Killingly, Ct. 1879- 
83; w.c. Mt. Dora, Fla. 1884-86; p. First ch. Ware, Mass. 1888- 
89; w.c. Cambridge 1889-93 and from 1907; Amherst 1893-1907. 
Address 314 Prospect St. Cambridge, Mass. 

George Henry Ide b. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Jan. 21, 1839; non-com 'd 
off'r 15th Vt. Vols. 1862-63; Dart. 1865; ord. Oct. 28, 1869; 
p. Hopkinton, Mass. 1869-76; Central ch. Lawrence 1876^80; 
Spring St. ch. Milwaukee, Wis. from 1881; trustee Beloit; 
d. Kenosha Mar. 23, 1903. D.D. Ripon Coll. 1882. 

Henry Erastus Jewett b. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Apr. 9, 1842; Amh. 
1859-60; non-com 'd off'r 39th Wis. Vols. 1864; ord. July 12, 
1870; p. Redwood, Cal. 1869-79, also co. supt schools 1873-75; 
prin. Golden Gate (later Hopkins) Acad. Oakland 1879-88; res. 
Vacaville 1889-97, p. 1890-96; res. Berkeley from 1897; trustee 
Pacif . Sem. ; registrar and statis. sec. of Cal. Gen. Assoc, from 
1877. A.M. hon. Amh. 1883. 

Address 2511 Benvenue Ave. Berkeley, Cal. 

Evarts Kent (name changed from Evarts Bradford Kent) b. Ben- 
son, Vt. Mar. 12, 1843; private 6th Vt. Vols. 1864-65; Midd. 



ALUMNI 1869 367 

1865; a.p. Sterling, Mass. 1869-70; Billerica 1870-71; ord. May 
23, 1871; p. Michigan City, Ind. 1871-80; Clinton St. ch. Chicago, 
111. 1880-81; First ch. Atlanta, Ga. 1881-89; Eldora, Io. 1889-98; 
Victor and Carnworth 1898-1901 ; Dunlap 1901-05 ; Enosburg, Vt. 
from 1905. Son of Cephas Henry Kent, class of 1827. 

Address Enosburg, Vt. 

George Trumbull Ladd b. Painesville, 0. Jan. 19, 1842; West. Res. 
1864; ord. May 26, 1870; p. Edinburg 1869-71; Spring St. ch. 
Milwaukee, Wis. 1871-79; prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil. Bowd. 
1879-81; Southworth lecturer on Congregationalism And. Sem. 
1879-82; prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil. Yale 1881-1905 and emer.; 
lecturer Harv. 1895-96; Doshisha Coll. Japan 1892, 1899; Univ. 
Bombay 1899-1900; author of Doctrine of Sacred Scriptures and 
works on philosophy and psychology. D.D. West. Res. 1881; 
LL.D. West. Res. 1895, Princ. 1896. 

Address 204 Prospect St. New Haven, Ct. 

Henry Marden b. New Boston, N.H. Dec. 9, 1837; Dart. 1862; ord. 
Francestown Sept. 2, 1869; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Aintab, Turkey 
1869-75; Marash from 1878; in U.S. 1875-78, sup. Francestown, 
N.H. 1876-77 and Dummerston, Vt. 1877-78; d. Athens, Greece, 
on way for furlough in U.S. May 13, 1890. 

George Thomas Packard b. Lancaster, Mass. Feb. 11, 1844; Bowd. 
1866; Bangor Sem. 1866-68; ord. (Epis.) deacon Oct. 9, 1870; 
priest Dec. 16, 1870; asst. min. St. Ann's ch. Brooklyn, N.Y. 
1870-74; r. Holy Trinity ch. Jersey City, N.J. 1874; St. John's 
ch. Bangor, Me. 1875-78; lit. work Brunswick 1878-81; asst ed. 
Daily Advertiser Boston 1882-87; work on Webster's Diet. New 
Haven, Ct. 1887-90, on Century Diet. 1890-91, Worcester's Diet. 
1891-95; asst ed. Youth's Companion Boston from 1895, res. 
Jamaica Plain; d. Oct. 15, 1905. Son of Charles Packard, class 
of 1837. 

Leroy Matthew Pierce b. Olney, 111. Jan. 14, 1842; U.S. Chr. Com. 
Army of Potomac 1864; Midd. 1866; ord. Feb. 4, 1870; p. Glen- 
wood, Mo. 1869-71; Provincetown, Mass. 1871-73; Bernardston 
1873-83; Blackstone 1884-96; Medfield from 1897. 

Address Medfield, Mass. 

Isaac Pierson b. South Orange, N.J. Aug. 11, 1843; Yale 1866; Yale 
Sem. 1866-67; a.p. Harwichport, Mass. 1869-70; ord. Hartford, 
Ct. Mar. 30, 1870; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Pao-ting-fu, North China 
1870-91; w.c. Meriden, Ct. 1891-93; p. Hamilton, N.Y. 1893-95; 
Union ch. Medford, Mass. 1895-1903; field sec. Amer. Tract Soc. 
for N.E., Boston from 1905, res. Wellesley Hills. 

Address 294 Washington St. Wellesley Hills, Mass. 



368 ALUMNI 1869 

James Powell b. Newtown, Wales Dec. 25, 1842; Dart. 1866; ord. 
Nov. 24, 1869; p. North ch. Newburyport, Mass. 1869-74; with 
Fisk Univ. Jubilee Singers Eng. 1873; dist. sec. Amer. Miss'y 
Assoc, for Ct. and N.Y. 1873-74; for the West, Chicago, 111. 1874- 
83; asst and assoc. cor. sec. N.Y. City from 1883; d. Brooklyn 
Dec. 27, 1887. D.D. Iowa 1884. 

Cyrus Richardson b. Dracut, Mass. Mar. 30, 1840; PA.; Dart. 1864; 
ord. Sept. 30, 1869; p. Plymouth, N.H. 1869-73; First ch. Keene 
1873-83; First ch. Nashua from 1883; trustee Dart. D.D. Dart. 
1889. Address 6 Summer St. Nashua, N.H. 

William Henry Ryder b. Elyria, 0. July 24, 1842; non-com 'd off'r 
150th Ohio Vols. 1864; 2d Lt. 5th U.S.C.T. 1864-65; Ober. 1866; 
Ober. Sem. 1866-67; ord. Dec. 14, 1869; p. Watertown, Wis. 
1869-70; prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. Ober. 1870-77; p. First ch. 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 1877-88; prof. New Test. Interpretation And. 
Sem. from 1888. D.D. Iowa 1891. Address Andover, Mass. 

Frank Dana Sargent (name changed from Frank Dana Stedman 
Sargent) b. Boston Nov. 10, 1844; Amh. 1866,; Newton Sem. 
1866-67; ord. Oct. 20, 1869; p. Brookline, N.H. 1869-90, also 
Townsend, Mass. 1887-90; Second ch. Putnam, Ct. from 1890. 

Address Putnam, Ct. 

Alvan Foote Sherrill b. Eaton, Can. Dec. 24, 1842; McGill Univ. 
1864; ord. Jan. 5, 1870; p. First ch. Omaha, Neb. 1869-88; ch. 
of Redeemer Atlanta, Ga. 1888-93; First ch. Galesburg, 111. 1893- 
95 and Central ch. 1895-98; w.c. Lee, Mass. 1900-03; lecturer 
Atlanta Theol. Sem. 1903-05, prof. Homiletics and Pastl Theol. 
from 1905. D.D. Iowa 1886. Address Atlanta, Ga. 

Samuel Bingham Shipman b. Marietta, O. June 19, 1843; Marietta 
1864; 148th Ohio Vols. 1864; ord. Jan. 12, 1870; p. Atwater 
1870-74; Detroit St. mission Cleveland 1874-75, Franklin Ave. 
ch. from 1876; d. July 19, 1889. D.D. Marietta 1887. 

Thomas Snell Smith b. Jaffna, Ceylon Jan. 24, 1845; Amh. 1866; 
Bangor Sem. in 1867; a.p. Charlemont, Mass. 1870; h.m. Lincoln, 
111. 1870-71; ord. Concord Mar. 21, 1871; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Ceylon 1871-98, in charge of educ'l work 1874-98 and prin. 
Normal and Indus. Training Sch. 1878-98; edited translation 
of Internat'l S.S. Lessons; res. Easthampton, Mass. from 1898; 
trustee Jaffna Coll. ; d. Dec. 16, 1900. Son of John Curtis Smith, 
class of 1841. 

Henry Albert Stimson b. N.Y. City Sept. 28, 1842; Yale 1865; 
Union Sem. 1866-67; ord. May 25, 1870; p. Plymouth ch. Minne- 
apolis, Minn. 1869-80; Union ch. Worcester, Mass. 1880-86; 
Pilgrim ch. St. Louis, Mo. 1886-93; Broadway Tabernacle N.Y. 



ALUMNI 1869 369 

City 1893-96 and Manhattan ch. from 1896; Southworth lecturer 
And. Sem. 1900-02; lecturer Chic. Sem. 1902-03; Yale Sem. 1904; 
author of Religion and Business and other religious books; 
visitor And. Sem.; trustee Hart. Sem. and Mt. Holyoke. D.D. 
Ripon Coll. Wis. 1885, Yale 1893. 

Address 159 W. 86th St. New York City. 

Charles Abraham Gardner Thurston b. Fall River, Mass. July 23, 
1841; Brown 1866; a.p. Bradford, N.H. 1869-70; Second ch. 
Danbury, Ct. 1870-72; Greenwood, Mass. 1872-75; ord. Oct. 17, 
1877; p. North Raynham 1875-81; Laconia, N.H. 1881-99; supt 
ministerial dept Evang. Assoc, of N.E. 1900-06 and hospital 
visitor from 1906; res. East Somerville, Mass. 1900-02; Chelsea 
from 1902, sup. Third ch. 1902-03; d. Boston Oct. 21, 1907. 

James Augustus Towle b. Albany, N.Y. Oct. 5, 1839; Harv. 1860; 
a.p. Rootstown, O. 1870; ord. Apr. 14, 1871; p. Ashtabula 1871; 
Northfield, Minn. 1872-75; prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. Ripon 
Coll. Wis. 1876-87; prof. Greek Iowa 1890-92; w.c. New Haven, 
Ct.; prof. Greek and Math. Talladega Coll. 1902-06; prof. Math. 
Straight Univ. La. 1906-07; lit. work Jamaica, N.Y. from 1907. 

Address 27 Delap Place, Jamaica, N.Y. 

Henry Crosby Weston b. Charlestown, Mass. May 9, 1844; Amh. 
1866; ord. Oct. 13, 1869; p. North Bennington, Vt. 1869-74; 
Sharon, Mass. 187^-81 and w.c. from 1881; d. Feb. 24, 1883. 



NON-GRADUATES 

Daniel McKay Breckenridge (1867-68) b. Belpre, O. Feb. 28, 1837; 
Marietta 1866; 148th Ohio Vols. 1864; Lane Sem. 1866-67; Chic. 
Sem. 1869; ord. Sept. 21, 1869; p. Clinton, Wis. 1869-72; 
Darlington 1872-74; Fort Dodge, Io. 1874-78; Keosauqua 1879- 
85; h.m. Fla. 1885-S7; p. Bellevue, Io. 1887-90; West Salem, 
Wis. 1890-94; Prairie du Chien 1894-95; h.m. Mt. Dora, Fla. 
1895-96; Ormond 1896-99; Southern Pines, N.C. 1900-01; Ham- 
mond, La. 1902-06; Fairhope, Ala. 1906-07; Jensen, Fla. 1907- 
08. Address Prairie du Chien, Wis. 

William Merrick Bristoll (1866-68) b. Milford, Ct. Sept. 3, 1839; 
Yale 1860; private, 2d Lt. and 1st Lt. 13th Wis. Light Art. 1863- 
66', prof. Latin Ripon Coll. Wis. 1868-73; prof. Latin Atlanta 
Univ. 1873-74; prin. Yankton (Dak.) Acad. 1874-75 and supt 
schools 1875-82; prof. Latin Yankton Coll. 1882-83; prin. Avery 
Inst. Charleston, S.C. 1884-86; bank clerk Minneapolis, Minn. 
1883-84 and accountant from 1886. 

Address 815 E. 18th St. Minneapolis, Minn. 



370 ALUMNI 1869 

Charles Chester Cragin (1866-68) b. Providence, R.I. Dec. 20, 1841; 
Brown 1863; private 10th and 2d R.I. Vols. 1862-63; Capt. 14th 
R.I. Heavy Art. 1863-65; Chic. Sem. 1869; ord. Feb. 16, 1870; 
p. Owatonna, Minn. 1869-71; Watertown, Wis. 1871-75; Mc- 
Gregor, Io. 1875-83; Bethany ch. Chicago, 111. 1883-88; in business 
Evanston 1888-93; p. Sebastopol, Cal. 1896-97; Rio Vista 1897- 
1903; Sonoma 1905-07; w.c. Campbell 1893-96, 1903-05 and 
from 1907. Address Campbell, Cal. 

Homer Taylor Fuller (1867-68) b. Lempster, N.H. Nov. 15, 1838; 
Dart. 1864; prin. Fredonia (N.Y.) Acad. 1864-67; Union Sem. 
1869; ord. Fond du Lac, Wis. Jan. 19, 1870; p. Peshtigo 1870- 
71; prin. St. Johnsbury (Vt.) Acad. 1871-82; pres. Worcester 
(Mass.) Polytechnic Inst. 1882-94; pres. Drury Coll. Mo. 1894- 
1905; res. Fredonia, N.Y. from 1905; d. Saranac Lake Aug. 14, 
1908. Ph.D. Dart. 1880; D.D. Iowa 1898. 

Horace Sylvester Shapleigh (1866-68) b. Lebanon, Me. Mar. 11, 
1844; Union Sem. 1868-69; ord. Dec. 8, 1869; p. South Egremont, 
Mass. 1869-71; invalid 1872-75; sup. Essex Junction, Vt. 1875; 
invalid Boston and Atlantic City, N.J. 1875-78; arrived in 
London on foreign tour 1878, but never heard from afterward. 

Edward Payson Smith (1867-68) b. Middlefield, Mass. Jan. 20, 
1840; Amh. 1865; Ober. Sem. 1866-67; teacher Latin and Greek 
Williston Sem. 1868-70; stud. Univ. Halle 1870-71 and in Paris 
1872; prof. Mod. Lang. Worcester (Mass.) Free (now Poly- 
technic) Inst, from 1872, also prof. Polit. Sci. from 1888; 
d. May 2, 1892. Ph.D. Syracuse 1888. 

Charles Augustus Towle (1866-68) b. Epsom, N.H. June 20, 1837; 
Dart. 1864; private 15th N.H. Vols. 1862-63; Chicago Sem. 
1869; ord. June 9, 1869; p. Sandwich, 111. 1869-73; South ch. 
Chicago 1874-76 and Bethany ch. 1877-82; Monticello, Io. 1882- 
86; supt Cong. S.S. and Pub. Soc. for Io. from 1886; res. Cedar 
Rapids 1886-89 and Grinnell from 1889 ; d. Feb. 22, 1899. 

Samuel Henderson Virgin (1866-68) b. North Carver, Mass. Aug. 
25, 1842; Harv. 1864-66; ord. Oct. 27, 1868; p. Broadway ch. 
Somerville 1868-71; Harlem (later Pilgrim) ch. N.Y. City 1871- 
1900 and emer. ; sup. Plymouth ch. Worcester, Mass. 1900-02. 
D.D. "N.Y. Univ. 1886; LL.D. Iowa 1891. 

Address 251 Lenox Ave. New York City. 

Martin Luther Williston (1866-68) b. Attleboro, Mass. Mar. 20, 
1843; Amh. 1864; non-com 'd off'r 52d Mass. Vols. 1862-63; 
Union Sem. 1869; ord. Mar. 3, 1870; p. Flushing, N.Y. 1869-72; 
Galesburg, 111. 1872-76; Jamestown, N.Y. 1876-79; stud. Univ. 
Heidelberg and Univ. Bonn 1879-81 ; prof. Polit. Econ. and Hist. 



ALUMNI 1869 371 

Carleton Coll. Minn. 1880-82; p. Davenport, Io. 1882-88; Elm- 
hurst, 111. 1890-96; Attleboro Falls, Mass. 1897-99; Barrington, 
R.I. 1899-1908; Pomfret, Ct. from 1908. 

Address Pomfret Centre, Ct. 

SPECIAL COURSE 

George Warren Barber (1867-69, grad.) b. Warwick, Me. Dec. 3, 
1835; private 9th N.H. Vols. 1862-63; wounded at Fredericks- 
burg; Amh. 1867; h.m. Me. 1869-70; ord. Hallowell Feb. 26, 
1873; chap. Nat'l Home for Soldiers Augusta 1870-73; chap, 
and lib'n Nat'l Home Milwaukee, Wis. from 1873; d. Wauwatosa 
Sept. 26, 1886. 

Frank Gray Clark (1867-69, grad.) b. Lyndeboro, N.H. Feb. 22, 
1838; Amh. 1862; U.S. Chr. Com. Army of Potomac 1864; ord. 
Francestown, N.H. Sept. 2, 1869; city miss'y Manchester 1869- 
73; p. Rindge 1873-79; Gloucester, Mass. 1879-88; Arlington 
1889; Plymouth, N.H. 1890-1905; w.c. Wellesley, Mass. from 
1905. Address 2 Church St. Wellesley, Mass. 

Thomas Albert Emerson (1865-66, 1867-69, grad.) b. South Read- 
ing (now Wakefield), Mass. Dec. 27, 1840; PA.; Yale 1863; 
acting asst paymaster U.S.N. 1863-65; ord. Nov. 25, 1869; p. 
Wolfeboro, N.H. 1869-73; foreign travel 1873-74; p. First ch. 
Braintree, Mass. 1874-86; Clinton, Ct. 1886-1901; w.c. Wake- 
field, Mass. 1901-03; p. Hadley from 1903. 

Address Hadley, Mass. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

William Crawford Class of 1860. 

Elijah Cutler Class of 1862. 

George Dickinson Goodrich Class of 1865. 

Albion Henry Johnson b. Vienna, Me. Oct. 12, 1840; Bowd. 1861; 
Bangor Sem. 1864; U.S. Chr. Com. 1863; ord. Oct. 31, 1865; p. 
Limington 1864-68; Antioch, Cal. 1870-72; Rockport, Me. 1874- 
75; South Braintree, Mass. 1875-78; Acworth, N.H. 1878-82; 
Ferndale, Cal. 1899-1900; Dover, Mass. 1901-04; Clarendon Hills, 
Hyde Park 1882-97, w.c. 1897-99 and p. from 1904. 

Address 366 Metropolitan Ave. Roslindale, Mass. 

Edward Ezra Lamb b. Heath, Mass. June 15, 1835; Ohio Wesl. 
Univ. 1858; ord. Sept. 5, 1859; p. Roseville and Unity, O. 1859; 
Rootstown 1860-68 ; Shelburne Falls, Mass. 1869-75 ; Collinsville, 
Ct. 1875-82; Agawam, Mass. 1883; d. July 21, 1883. 

Edward Newman Packard b. Lancaster, Mass. Dec. 16, 1841; Bowd. 
1862; Bangor Sem. 1862-63; tutor Bowd. 1863-64, instructor 



372 ALUMNI 1870 

Math. 1864-67, asst prof. Math. 1867-68; ord. Jan. 13, 1870; 
p. Evanston, 111. 1870-79; Second ch. Dorchester, Mass. 1879-87; 
Plymouth ch. Syracuse, N.Y. 1887-1904; Stratford, Ct. from 
1904. D.D. Syracuse 1891. Son of Charles Packard, class of 
1837. Address Stratford, Ct. 

William Churchill Reade (1866-67, 1868-69) Class of 1866. 

William Harrington Warren Class of 1868. 



1870 

GRADUATES 

Amory Howe Bradford b. Granby, N.Y. Apr. 14, 1846; Ham. 1867; 
Auburn Sem. 1867-68; ord. Sept. 28, 1870; p. Montclair, N.J. 
from 1870; stud. Oxford Univ. 1884; Southworth lecturer And. 
Sem. 1891-93; assoc. ed. Outlook 1892-99; author of Spirit and 
Life and other books; moderator Nat'l Cong. Council Portland, 
Me. 1901. D.D. Ham. 1884. 

Address 11 Plymouth St. Montclair, N.J. 

Horace Bumstead b. Boston Sept. 29, 1841; Yale 1863; Maj. 43d 
U.S.C.T. 1864-65; ord. May 1, 1872; stud. Univ. Tubingen 1870- 
71; p. Second ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 1872-75; instructor Nat. 
Sci. Atlanta Univ. 1875-76, prof. Nat. Sci. 1876-80, prof. Latin 
1880-96, acting pres. 1886-87, pres. 1888-1907. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 
1881. Address 91 St. Paul St. Brookline, Mass. 

Michael Burnham b. Essex, Mass. June 28, 1839; P.A.; Amh. 1867; 
ord. Oct. 25, 1870; p. Central ch. Fall River 1870-82; Immanuel 
ch. Roxbury 1882-85; First ch. Springfield 1885-94; Pilgrim ch. 
St. Louis, Mo. 1894-1905; trustee Amh., Drury and Hart. Sem.; 
director Chic. Sem.; d. Denver, Col. Apr. 15, 1905. D.D. Beloit 
1887. 

Charles Edwin Cooledge b. Lowell, Mass. Aug. 16, 1847; P. A.; 
Amh. 1866-67; ord. May 24, 1871; p. First ch. Holyoke 1871-72; 
Union ch. North Brookfield 1872-74; Westminster 1874-82; adv. 
class And. Sem. 1883; res. lie. 1884; Fourth ch. Haverhill 1883- 
85; Collinsville, Ct. from 1885. Address Collinsville, Ct. 

Sidney Crawford b. Barre, Mass. Jan. 31, 1841; Amh. 1861; prin. 
Walton (N.Y.) Acad. 1861-64; paymaster's elk U.S. Vols. Kan. 
and Col. 1864-65; ord. Dec. 2, 1870; p. Fairhaven, Vt. 1870-72; 
foreign travel 1872-73; p. (Presb.) Green Bay, Wis. 1873-74; 
(Cong.) Lyons, Io. 1875-85; Tampa, Fla. 1885-91; Rutland, Mass. 
1893-1900; Provincetown 1900-07; Wayland from 1907. 

Address Wayland, Mass. 



ALUMNI 1870 373 

Morton Dexter (name changed from Henry Morton Dexter) b. Man- 
chester, N.H. July 12, 1846; Yale 1867; foreign travel 1870-73; 
ord. Apr. 30, 1873; p. Union ch. Taunton, Mass. 1873-78; assoc. 
ed. Congregationalist 1878-1901; lit. work Boston from 1901; 
del. Internat'l Cong. Council London 1891; author of books on 
early history of the Pilgrims. Son of Henry Martyn Dexter, 
class of 1844. Address 387 Marlborough St. Boston, Mass. 

Albert Elijah Dunning b. Brookfield, Ct. Jan. 5, 1844; Yale 1867; 
ord. Sept. 30, 1870; p. Highland ch. Roxbury, Mass. 1870-81; 
sec. Cong. S.S. and Pub. Soc. Boston 1881-89; ed. in chief 
Congregationalist from 1889; lecturer on Sunday School Work 
And. Sem. 1881-82; del. Internat'l Cong. Council London 1891; 
sec. Internat'l S.S. Lesson Committee 1897-1902; author of 
Congregationalists in America and other books. D.D. Beloit 
1887. Address 14 Beacon St. Boston, Mass. 

John Louis Ewell b. Byfield, Mass. Sept. 4, 1840; Amh. 1858-59; 
Yale 1865; non-com 'd off'r 60th Mass. Vols. 1864; prof. Latin 
Wash. Univ. Mo. 1866-67; ord. Mar. 4, 1871; p. Clinton, Io. 
1871-74; Waverley, Belmont, Mass. 1874-78; Second ch. Mill- 
bury 1878-91 ; prof. Ch. Hist, and Hebrew Exegesis Howard Univ. 
D.C. from 1891; author of Story of Byfield. D.D. Howard 
Univ. 1895. 

Address Howard Univ. Washington, D.C. ; in summer 

R. F. D. Rowley, Mass. 

Jeremiah Ellsworth Fullerton b. Readfield, Me. July 4, 1843; Bowd. 
1865; ord. Sept. 8, 1870; p. Cumberland Mills, Westbrook 1870- 
73; Southbridge, Mass. 1873-76; Laconia, N.H. 1877-81; Hop- 
kinton, Mass. 1881-86; Brighton 1887-90; Bellows Falls, Vt. 
from 1890; d. Oct. 27, 1897. 

James Taylor Graves b. Townshend, Vt. Feb. 2, 1841; Yale 1866; 
ord. Apr. 13, 1871; p. Austin, Minn. 1871-73; Marshall, 111. 1873- 
77; res. Chicago from 1877. 

Address 5663 Washington Ave. Chicago, 111. 

Frederick Augustus Hand b. Hancock, Mass. Oct. 23, 1842; Wms. 
1867; res. lie. 1871; a.p. Miller's Falls 1871-72; ord. Dec. 10, 
1873; p. Cottage St. (now Pilgrim) ch. Dorchester 1873-75; w.c. 
Boston from 1875 ; d. Pittsfield Oct. 4, 1880. 

Edward Young Hincks b. Bucksport, Me. Aug. 13, 1844; Yale 1866; 
Union Sem. 1866-67; ord. Oct. 18, 1870; p. State St. ch. Port- 
land, Me. 1870-81; stud. Univ. Berlin and Univ. Gottingen 1881- 
82; prof. Bib. Theol. And. Sem. from 1883 and prof. Chr. Theol. 
1900-08 ; one of editors Andover Review 1884-93. D.D. Yale 
1885. Address Andover, Mass. 



374 ALUMNI 1870 

Francis Theodore Ingalls b. Haverhill, Mass. Jan. 3, 1844; Wms. 
1864; Princ. Sem. 1864-65; ord. Dec. 20, 1870; p. Olathe, Kan. 
1870-72; Atchison 1872-84; Emporia 1884-87; pres. Drury from 
1887; trustee Washburn; regent Univ. Kan.; d. Springfield, Mo. 
Aug. 5, 1892. D.D. Wms. and Washburn 1888. 

John Henry Jones b. Carmarthenshire, Wales Dec. 18, 1836; West. 
Res. 1867; Chic. Sem. 1867-68; ord. May 22, 1871; p. Bristol- 
ville and North Bloomfield, 0. 1871-74; (Presb.) Plymouth 1874- 
78; First ch. Akron 1878-81; Lowell 1882-83; Bloomingsburg 
1883-88; res. Youngstown from 1889, optician from 1896. 

Address 1041 Mahoning Ave. Youngstown, O. 

Lucian Dwight Mears b. Beloit, Wis. Mar. 29, 1838; Beloit 1862 
and instructor German 1866-68; Chic. Sem. 1867-68; ord. Nov. 8, 
1871; p. Sterling, Mass. 1870-73 and w.c. 1873-75; p. Danby, Vt. 
1876-87; asst treas. Beloit 1887-91; representative, Vt.; d. Beloit, 
Wis. Sept. 29, 1891. 

James Fiske Merriam b. Springfield, Mass. May 2, 1845 ; Yale 1867 ; 
Yale Sem. 1867-68; res. lie. And. Sem. 1871; ord. Sept. 13, 1871; 
p. Farmington, Ct. 1871-73; Indian Orchard ch. Springfield, 
Mass. 1876-79; in business Springfield 1884r-94; N.Y. City and 
Stafford Springs, Ct. from 1894. 

Address Stafford Springs, Ct.; 156 Mill St. Springfield, Mass. 

Charles Henry Merrill b. Haverhill, N.H. June 16, 1845; Dart. 
1867; ord. Nov. 8, 1870; p. Mankato, Minn. 1870-72; West 
Brattleboro, Vt. 1873-87; sec. Vt. Dom. Miss'y Soc. from 1887, 
res. St. Johnsbury. D.D. Dart. 1901. 

Address 2 Western Ave. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 

Charles Langdon Mitchell b. Brooklyn, N.Y. Mar. 28, 1845; Yale 
1866; ord. June 28, 1871; p. Little Valley, N.Y. 1871-73; (Presb.) 
Wysox, Pa. 1874-75; (Cong.) Sedalia, Mo. 1877-79; w.c. Methuen, 
Mass. 1879-89; Winchester from 1889. 

Address 4 Summit Ave. Winchester, Mass. 

Nathan Round Nichols b. Fort Ann, N.Y. July 17, 1840; Midd. 
1866; a.p. Westford, Mass. 1870-71; ord. Feb. 1, 1872; p. 
Acworth, N.H. 1872-73; Barnet, Vt. 1874-80; Norwich 1880- 
1904, also instructor Evid. of Christianity, Chandler Sci. Dept 
Dart.. 1885-89; Sudbury from 1904. Address Sudbury, Vt. 

George Lyman Nims b. Sullivan, N.H. Oct. 3, 1838; Midd. 1865; 
preached for a short time in Me. and N.H. ; invalid, res. Sullivan ; 
d. Jan. 29, 1905. 

George Herbert Palmer b. Boston Mar. 19, 1842; PA.; Harv. 1864; 
stud. Univ. Tubingen 1867-69; tutor Greek Harv. 1870-73, in- 
structor Phil. 1872-73, asst prof. Phil. 1873-83, prof. Phil. 1883- 



ALUMNI 1870 375 

89, prof. Nat. Relig., Mor. Phil, and Civil Polity from 1889; 
lecturer on Ethics And. Sem. 1882-83; lecturer Dart. 1897-98, 
1899-1900, and other colleges; translator of Odyssey; author of 
The Field of Ethics and other books. LL.D. Univ. Mich. 1894, 
Union 1895, Harv. 1906; Litt.D. West. Res. 1898. 

Address 11 Quincy St. Cambridge, Mass. 

Charles Ware Park b. (North) Andover, Mass. Sept. 8, 1845; PA.; 
Amh. 1867; Bangor Sem. 1867-68; ord. Amherst, Mass. June 15, 
1870; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Ahmednagar, India 1870-71; Sholapur 
1871-74; Bombay 1874-81; ed. Indian Evang'l Review; English 
ed. Dnyanodaya; compiler religious almanacs in Marathi; p. 
Howard Ave. ch. New Haven, Ct. 1883-85; Second ch. Derby 
1885-94; (Unit.) Unity ch. Pittsfield, Mass. 1895; d. Nov. 24, 
1895. Son of Calvin Emmons Park, class of 1835. 

John Warren Partridge b. Princeton, Mass. Sept. 24, 1843; Yale 
1867; Princ. Sem. 1867-68; res. lie. And. Sem. 1871; ord. Feb. 7, 
1871; p. Davenport ch. New Haven, Ct. 1871-74; Second* Presb. 
ch. Scranton, Pa. 1874-76; San Diego, Cal. 1877; Greeley and 
Evans, Col. 1877-79; Cation City 1879-86; Fort Collins from 
1886; d. Feb. 25, 1889. 

Henry Dwight Porter b. Green Bay, Wis. Aug. 19, 1845; Beloit 
1867; Coll. Phys. and Surg. N.Y. 1870-71; Chic. Med. Coll. 1872; 
a.p. Clifton, 111. 1871; ord. Beloit, Wis. May 29, 1872; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Tientsin, North China 1872-82; Pang-Chuang 1882- 
1901; released 1906; w.c. La Mesa, Cal. from 1904; translated 
Moody's Sermons and text-books into Chinese. M.D. Chic. Med. 
Coll. 1872; D.D. Beloit 1890. Son of Jeremiah Porter, class of 
1828. Address La Mesa, Cal. 

Andrew Jackson Rogers b. Medford, Mass. Nov. 10, 1833; P.A.; 
Brown 1867; ord. July 10, 1873; p. Pavilion ch. Biddeford, Me. 
1873-75; Underhill, Vt. 1875-76; d. Winooski May 6, 1876. 

Charles McLellan Southgate b. Monroe, Mich. Nov. 18, 1845; PA.; 
Yale 1867; ord. Dec. 15, 1870; p. North ch. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 
1870-74; First ch. Dedham, Mass. 1875-84; Pilgrim ch. Worcester 
1884-95; Auburndale 1895-1905; supt Mass. Bible Soc. from 
1906. Son of Robert Southgate, class of 1829. 

Address 20 Mt. Vernon St. Boston, Mass. 

Charles Edward Sumner b. Spencer, Mass. Dec. 31, 1837; Yale 
1863; ord. Feb. 27, 1873; p. Lincoln Park ch. Chicago, 111. 1872- 
75; foreign travel 1876-77; p. Raymond, N.H. 1877-78; Lan- 
caster 1878-81; Southwick, Mass. 1884-86; Loudon, N.H. 1890- 
91; Alton 1892-93; Brooklyn, Ct. 1893-94; Wilmot, N.H. 1900; 
Northwood Centre 1901; w.c. Spencer, Mass. 1887-90, 1897-99, 
and from 1901; d. Fitchburg Mar. 26, 1902. 



376 ALUMNI 1870 

Thomas Rigney Willard b. Groveland, 111. Nov. 18, 1844; Knox 
1866 ; Chic. Sem. 1867-68 ; stud. Univ. Leipsic 1873-75 ; instructor 
Rhet. and Logic Knox 1871-72, prof. Greek and German 1875- 
1903, prof. German from 1903. 

Address 704 No. Cherry St. Galesburg, 111. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Arthur Brooks (1867-68) b. Boston June 11, 1845; Harv. 1867; 
Epis. Div. Sch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1870; ord. deacon June 25, 
1870; priest Oct. 12, 1870; r. Trinity ch. Williamsport 1870-72; 
St. James's ch. Chicago, 111. 1872-75; ch. of the Incarnation 
N.Y. City 1875-95; trustee Barnard; overseer Epis. Div. Sch. 
Philadelphia; d. at sea on homeward voyage from England 
July 10, 1895. D.D. N.Y. Univ. and N.J. Coll. 1891. 

Theodore Lansing Day (1867-69) b. Boston Sept. 18, 1845; Yale 
1867 and tutor 1869-72; Yale Sem. 1871 and res. lie. 1871-72; 
ord. Dec. 18, 1872; p. First ch. Holyoke, Mass. 1872-74; First 
ch. Guilford, Ct. 1874-77; Talcottville 1879-83; Saxonville, 
Framingham, Mass. 1883-84; d. Worcester June 27, 1885. 

Elijah Janes (1868-69) b. N.Y. City Oct. 31, 1843; Coll. of Cal. 
1865; Yale Sem. 1870; a.p. Cloverdale, Cal. 1870-71; acting prof. 
Lang. Knox 1872-73; ord. Mar. 31, 1874; p. Fox Lake, Wis. 
1874-75; Belpre, O. 1875-77; teacher Oakland, Cal. 1877-85; 
prin. high sch. Alameda 1885-86; res. Los Gatos 1887-89; 
Campbell from 1889. Address Campbell, Cal. 

William Tilton Patterson (1867-69) b. Alexander, O. Apr. 9, 1840; 
non-com 'd off'r 116tb Ohio Vols. 1862-65; Waynesburg Coll. Pa. 
1867; d. Andover, while a member of Seminary, July 2, 1869. 

John Carroll Proctor (1867-68) b. Manchester, N.H. Oct. 25, 1840; 
Dart. 1864; teacher Latin and Greek PA. 1865-66; tutor Dart. 
1868-70, prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. from 1870; d. Hanover 
Oct. 29, 1879. 

William Wallace Silvester (1867-68) res. stu. b. Danvers, Mass. 
Oct. 18, 1834 ; Epis. Theol. Sch. Cambridge 1868 ; ord. deacon Apr. 
16, 1868; priest Apr. 13, 1869; r. Trinity ch. Norwich, Ct. 1868- 
74 ; St. Mary 's ch. Dorchester, Mass. 1874-77 ; prof. Belles Lettres 
Griswold Coll. Io. and canon Grace Cathedral Davenport 1877- 
81; assoc. r. Christ ch. St. Louis, Mo. 1881-87; r. ch. of the 
Advocate Philadelphia, Pa. from 1887; d. Jan. 22, 1901. D.D. 
Griswold Coll. 

Arthur Henderson Smith (1867-69) b. Vernon, Ct. July 18, 1845; 
Beloit 1867; Union Sem. 1870; sup. First Presb. ch. Ann Arbor, 
Mich. 1870; Coll. Phys. and Surg. N.Y. 1870-71; a.p. Clifton, 



ALUMNI 1870 377 

111. 1872; ord. Beloit, Wis. May 29, 1872; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Tientsin, North China 1872-82; Pang-Chuang from 1882; Amer. 
chairman Cent'y Conf. China Missions Shanghai 1907; author 
of Chinese Characteristics and other books on China. D.D. 
Beloit 1895; LL.D. Whitman Coll. Wash. 1906. 

Address Pang-Chuang, China. 

Edward Comfort Starr (1868-69) b. Guilford, Ct. Jan. 12, 1844; 
Yale 1866; Yale Sem. 1870; ord. Mar. 30, 1871; p. Waseca, Minn. 
1871-75; Wethersfield Ave. ch. Hartford, Ct. 1876-80; North- 
field 1881-87; Cornwall from 1888. Address Cornwall, Ct. 

Moses Bross Thomas (1867-68) b. Barryville, N.Y. June 18, 1845; 
Wms. 1867; Union Sem. 1868-69; ord. May 9, 1872; p. (Presb.) 
Islip, N.Y. 1872-78; teacher Westfield, Mass. 1878-79; p. Amenia, 
N.Y. 1879-81; (Ref. Dutch) Fishkill 1881-88; prof. Bib. Lit. 
Lake Forest Univ. from 1888. D.D. 111. Coll. 1903. 

Address Lake Forest, 111. 

Charles Russell Treat (1864-65, 1869-70) b. Newark, N.J. Oct. 2, 
1842; Wms. 1863; Lane Sem. 1863-64; prof. Physiol., Vocal and 
Physical Culture Wms. 1866-69, also sup. Pownal, Yt. 1867, 
South Williamstown, Mass. 1868; ord. Mar. 30, 1870; p. Marl- 
boro 1870-73; Second ch. Greenwich, Ct. 1874-80; chap. Amer. 
Seamen's Friend Soc. Antwerp, Belgium 1880-81; ord. (Epis.) 
deacon Dec. 23, 1882; priest Aug. 2, 1883; asst min. St. John's 
ch. Stamford, Ct. 1882-83; r. ch. of the Redeemer Brooklyn, N.Y. 
1883-87; asst min. St. Thomas's ch. N.Y. City 1887-88, r. ch. of 
the Archangel 1888-92, St. Stephen's ch. from 1892; d. Oct. 3, 
1899. Son of Selah Burr Treat, class of 1835. 

Thomas Jefferson Volentine (1867-68) b. Cottonwood Grove, 111. 
Dec. 10, 1841; P.A.; Brown 1867; Chic. Sem. 1870; ord. Oct. 13, 
1870; p. Champaign, 111. 1870-72; res. lie. Yale Sem. 1872-73; 
p. Ottawa, 111. 1874-77; Glencoe 1879-80; Coll. Phys. and Surg. 
St. Louis, Mo. 1881-83; p. Gettysburg, Dak. 1883-84; res. 
Dorchester, Mass. 1885-87; p. (Unit.) Brighton 1887-90; Duluth, 
Minn. 1890-91; Meadville, Pa. 1891-93; Waterville, Me. 1894- 
97; d. N.Y. City Feb. 22, 1900. 

Charles Swan Walker (1868-69) b. Cincinnati, O. Oct. 7, 1846; 
Yale 1867; Yale Sem. 1870; ord. Aug. 1, 1871; p. Darien, Ct. 
1871-72; Huntington, W.Va. 1873-74; First ch. Holyoke, Mass. 
1874-75; Vineland, N.J. 1879-81; South Amherst, Mass. 1876-78 
and 1881-86; prof. Ment. and Polit. Sci. Mass. Agric. Coll. and 
college preacher 1886-1906 and res. Amherst after, sup. various 
churches. Ph.D. Amh. 1885. 

Address 34* Lincoln Ave. Amherst, Mass. 



378 ALUMNI 1871 

SPECIAL COURSE 

Thomas Scott Burnell (1869-70, grad.) b. Chesterfield, Mass. Feb. 3, 
1823; printer Ceylon Mission 1848-55; ord. Sept. 10, 1856; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Melur, Madura District, India 1855-82; in 
U.S. 1869-71; invalid Northampton, Mass. from 1883; d. Apr. 16, 
1899. 

John Walter Lees (1868-70, grad.) b. Edinburgh, Scot. June 24, 
1836; ord. Nov. 16, 1870; p. Lee, N.H. 1870-80, also Madbury; 
Lisbon 1880-85; Bradford, Vt. 1885-94, also Fairlee 1885-95; 
Westminster, Mass. 1895-1906; Marshfield Hills from 1906. 

Address Marshfield Hills, Mass. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

John Francis Aiken b. Lowell, Mass. Oct. 31, 1835; P.A.; Dart. 
1858; teacher Latin and Greek P.A. 1858-59; stud, law Chicago, 
111. and N.Y. City; lawyer N.Y. City 1863-66; ord. Oct. 2, 1873; 
p. Pawlet, Vt. 1873-78; Chichester, N.H. from 1878; d. Aug. 13, 
1880. Son of Hon. John Aiken, trustee. 

Samuel Ralph Asbury (1868-70) Class of 1860. 

Joseph Cook (1868-70) Class of 1868. 

George Sherwood Dickerman b. Mt. Carmel, Ct. June 5, 1843; Yale 
1865; Yale Sem. 1868; ord. Aug. 5, 1868; p. Normal, 111. 1868-69; 
West Haven, Ct. 1870-73; Lewiston, Me. 1874-83; First ch. 
Amherst, Mass. 1883-91; Orange Park, Fla. 1892-93; field supt 
Amer. Miss'y Assoc. 1893-95, field miss'y of Hampton Inst. Va. 
1898-99; field agt Conf. for Educ. in South 1899-1901; gen. field 
agt Southern Educ. Board from 1901 and assoc. sec. from 1906; 
field agt Slater Fund for Negro educ. from 1907. D.D. Bates 
1895. Address 140 Cottage St. New Haven, Ct.* 

James Gregory Dougherty Class of 1868. 

Horace Dutton Class of 1866. 

George Roswell Leavitt Class of 1863. 



1871 

GRADUATES 

Henry Tucker Arnold b. Providence, R.I. Mar. 31, 1844; Brown 
1866; ord. Sept. 27, 1871; p. Lyman, Me. 1871-72; Charles St. 
(now North) ch. Providence, R.I. 1872-76 and sup. other churches 
1877-79; Limerick, Me. 1876-77; Second ch. Wells, Me. 1879-83; 



ALUMNI 1871 379 

Tiverton, R.I. }883-87; Plainfield, Ct. 1887-1907; res. Norwich 
from 1907, sup. various churches. 

Address 43 Williams St. Norwich, Ct. 

Charles Dana Barrows b. Fryeburg, Me. Apr. 21, 1844; Dart. 1864; 
ord. July 13, 1871; p. Kirk St. ch. Lowell, Mass. 1871-81; First 
ch. San Francisco, Cal. 1882-90; d. Worcester, Mass. Sept. 14, 
1892. D.D. Dart. 1883, 

Charles Terry Collins b. Hartford, Ct. Oct. 14, 1845; Yale 1867; 
Union Sem. 1868-69; ord. (Presb.) Dec. 21, 1871; p. Olivet 
chapel mission N.Y. City 1871-73; (Cong.) Plymouth ch. Cleve- 
land, 0. from 1874; d. Yonkers, N.Y. Dec. 21, 1883. 

Oliver Pomeroy Emerson b. Lahainaluna, Maui, H.I. July 27, 1845; 
Wms. 1868; teacher PA. 1868-69; ord. Sept. 13, 1871; p. Lynn- 
field Centre, Mass. 1871-73; Allegheny City, Pa. 1874-77; Shel- 
burne Falls, Mass. 1877-80; Peace Dale, R.I. 1881-88; sec. 
Board of Hawaiian Evang'l Assoc. Honolulu 1889-1904 and 
agt for Maui, Molokai and Lanai 1904r-05; res. grad. Harv. Div. 
Sch. 1906-07; sup. Farmington, Ct. 1907-08. Son of John S 
Emerson, class of 1830. Address Felton Hall, Cambridge, Mass. 

Austin Samuel Garver b. Scotland, Pa. Dec. 12, 1847; Pa. Coll. 
Gettysburg 1865-67; ord. Oct. 31, 1872; p. Hingham, Mass. 1872- 
75; Greenwood 1876*80; (Unit.) Hopedale 1881-85 ; Second 
Parish ch. Worcester from 1885. A.M. hon. Pa. Coll. 1890. 

Address 41 Lancaster St. Worcester, Mass. 

Marquis Lafayette Gordon b. Waynesburg, Pa. July 18, 1843; non- 
com 'd off'r 85th Pa. Vols. 1861-64; Waynesburg Coll. 1868; stud, 
med. N.Y. City; ord. Waynesburg Aug. 6, 1872; miss'y AB.C.F.M. 
Osaka, Japan 1872-77; Kyoto 1877-99, prof. Homiletics and 
Past'l Theol. Doshisha Coll. 1878-99; author of American Mis- 
sionary in Japan and Thirty Eventful Years in Japan; d. 
Auburndale, Mass. Nov. 4, 1900. M.D. Long Is. Hosp. Coll. 1872; 
D.D. Trinity Univ. Tex. 1885. 

George Anson Jackson b. North Adams, Mass. Mar. 17, 1846; Shef. 
Sci. Sch. Yale 1868; ord. Sept. 26, 1872; p. Leavenworth, Kan. 
1871-73; Globe Village, Southbridge, Mass. 1874-78; Swampscott 
1878-97 and res. there after; travel in Europe and study Univ. 
Bonn 1883-84; sec. and lib'n Gen. Theol. Lib. Boston from 1897; 
author of Early Christian Literature Primers and other books; 
d. May 8, 1907. A.M. hon. Yale 1887. 

George Whitefield Kinne b. Norwich, Ct. Aug. 20, 1841; Wms. 
1868; a.p. Monterey, Mass. 1871-72; ord. Apr. 29, 1874; p. 
Charlestown, N.H. 1874-76; Bath 1876-77; w.c. Charlestown 
from 1877; d. Mar. 16, 1880. 



380 ALUMNI 1871 

Burke Fay Leavitt b. Lowell, Mass. Sept. 21, 1844; Wms. 1868; 
ord. May 5, 1873; p. Williston ch. Portland, Me. 1871-76; 
Lincoln Park ch. Chicago, 111. 1876-89; sup. various churches 
1892-93; p. Melrose Highlands, Mass. 1893-1905; Plymouth ch. 
Belmont from 1905. Address Belmont, Mass. 

Stephen Morrell Newman b. West Falmouth, Me. Nov. 21, 1845; 
Bowd. 1867; ord. Oct. 17, 1871; p. Trin. ch. Taunton, Mass. 1871- 
78; Ripon, Wis. 1878-85, also prof. Math, and Biol. Ripon Coll. 
1881-83; p. First Cong. ch. Washington, D.C. 1885-1906, also 
prof. Ch. Hist. Theol. Dept Howard Univ. 1886-90;. w.c. Wash- 
ington 1906-08; pres. Eastern Coll. Front Royal, Va. from 1908; 
trustee Atlanta Sem. D.D. Bowd. 1887. Address Front Royal, Va. 

Levi Rodgers b. Guildhall, Vt. May 9, 1843; Dart. 1866; ord. Oct. 19, 
1871; p. Claremont, N.H. 1871-80; First ch. Georgetown, Mass. 
1880-89; North Greenwich, Ct. from 1890. 

Address R. F. D. 58, Greenwich, Ct. 

Adolphus Frederick Schauffler b. Constantinople, Turkey Nov. 7, 
1845; Wms. 1867; Union Sem. 1868-69; ord. Lynnfield Centre, 
Mass. Sept. 13, 1871; p. Brookfield 1871-72; city miss'y N.Y. City 
1872-87, p. Olivet ch. 1873-87; supt N.Y. City Mission and Tract 
Soc. 1887-1902; pres. N.Y. City Mission from 1902; chairman 
Internat'l S.S. Lesson Committee; au&or of books on S.S. work. 
D.D. N.Y. Univ. 1887. Son of William Gottlieb Schauffler, class 
of 1830. Address 515 Madison Ave. New York City. 

Jesse Porter Sprowls b. East Finley, Pa. Mar. 11, 1845; Waynes- 
burg Coll. Pa. 1868; ord. Sept. 30, 1871; p. Cumberland Presb. 
ch. Lebanon, O. 1871-83; First ch. Nashville, Tenn. 1883-87; 
prof. Hebrew and Evid. Christianity Waynesburg Coll. 1890-91, 
also p. college ch.; p. Salem, 111. 1887-90 and from 1892; d. May 9, 
1898. D.D. Cumb. Univ. Tenn. 1883. 

James Brainerd Taylor b. Boston Aug. 23, 1845; Harv. 1867; 
Newton Sem. 1868-69 ; acting prof. Eloc. and Orat. Bowd. 1871- 
73; teacher Chauncy Hall Sch. Boston 1873-84, prin. 1896-1904; 
prin. Berkeley Sch. Boston 1884-96 and Steinert Hall Sch. from 
1904. Address Newtonville, Mass. 

Louis Bevier Voorhees b. Rocky Hill, N.J. June 10, 1847; N.J. Coll. 
1868; Ref. Dutch Sem. New Brunswick, N.J. 1868-69; ord. Dec. 6, 
1871; p. North Weymouth, Mass. 1871-76; First ch. Worcester 
1877-80; in Europe 1880-81; p. Saundersville, Grafton, Mass. 
1882-85; Crombie St. ch. Salem 1885-89; Santa Ana, Cal. 1889- 
90; Silverton, Col. 1890-91; Trinity ch. North Attleboro, Mass. 
1892-93; Groton 1893-1901; d. Niantic, Ct. July 26, 1901. 



ALUMNI 1871 381 

Jonathan Wadhams b. Clarkson, N.Y. Dec. 4,- 1846; Wms. 1867; 
ord. Dec. 20, 1871; p. Oswego, 111. 1871-72; Belle Plaine, Io. 1872- 
74; Charles City 1874-78; Ashfield, Mass. 1878-88; Talcottville, 
Ct. 1888-89; (Presb.) Clarkson, N.Y. 1890-94; res. Brockport 
and Rochester from 1894; d. Mar. 17, 1904. 

Joel Fisk Whitney b. Wadhams Mills, N.Y. Mar. 30, 1843; Midd. 
1868; ord. Wadhams Mills May 3, 1871; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Micronesia 1871-81; p. Wadhams Mills 1881-83; Wolcott, Vt. 
1883-86; St. Johnsbury East 1886-88; Jamaica 1888-90; Marsh- 
field 1890-92; Coventry ville, N.Y. 1893-96; Eldred and Barry ville 
1896-1900; Tallman 1900-01; Royalton, Vt. 1902-05 and res. 
there after. Address Royalton, Vt. 

Franklin Parker Wood b. Enfield, N.H. Nov. 24, 1844; Dart. 1868; 
Union Sem. 1868-70; ord. July 24, 1871; p. Acton, Mass. 1871- 
84 and res. there after, sup. South Acton 1891-92. 

Address Acton, Mass. 

Henry Collins Woodruff b. Brooklyn, N.Y. Feb. 16, 1845; Yale 1868; 
Union Sem. 1868-69; ord. Brooklyn Feb. 16, 1873; p. (Presb.) 
Northport 1872-81; (Cong.) Black Rock, Bridgeport, Ct. from 
1881. Address Bridgeport, Ct. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Levi Gilbert Chase (1863-64, 1869-70) b. Loudon, N.H. Apr. 30, 
1840; Dart. 1862; ord. Aug. 24, 1870; p. Dummerston, Vt. 1870- 
78; Guildhall 1878-79; sup. various churches 1879-1900, res. 
Concord, N.H. from 1883. Address 11 Summit St. Concord, N.H. 

Ephraim Meacham Corey (1869-70) b. Salford, Can. Sept. 12, 1848; 
Hillsdale Coll. Mich. 1868; Chic. Sem. 1868-69; ord. (Free Bapt.) 
Feb. 22, 1872; p. Raymond, Wis., Ashkum, 111., Commerce, High- 
land and Davison, Mich. 1871-81; Arlington, Gliddonburg, Osh- 
temo, Sumnerville 1881-85; Honey Creek, Wis. 1885-86; (Cong.) 
Potosi 1886-90; Peshtigo 1890-92; Raymond 1892-94; Royalton 
1894-96; Bellaire, Mich. 1896-98 and res. there after; p. White 
Cloud 1900-01 ; Echo from 1901. Address Bellaire, Mich. 

Frederick Wyatt Fairfield (1869-70) b. Oberlin, O. Dec. 29, 1846; 
Ober. 1868; Chic. Sem. 1868-69; Ober. Sem. 1871; ord. Oct. 10, 
1871; p. Rio and Wyocena, Wis. 1871-72; Baraboo 1872-74; 
Dartf ord 1874 ; prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. and instructor German 
and French Tabor Coll. Io. 1882-91; prof. Greek Howard Univ. 
D.C. 1874-82, prof. Greek Lang, and Lit. and Polit. Econ. 1891- 
1907, dean from 1902 and acting pres. 1905-06; res. Los Angeles, 
Cal. from 1907. D.D. Tabor 1891. 

Address 1017 W. 22d St. Los Angeles, Cal. 



382 ALUMNI 1871 

Charles Henry Rowley (1869-71) b. Moriah, N.Y. May 7, 1842; 
Midd. 1868; Union Sem. 1868-69; a.p. Sheldon, Vt. 1872-75; 
Norwood, N.Y. 1875-78; ed. St. Lawrence Herald Potsdam 
1878-79; ord. Feb. 23, 1881; p. Westford, Mass. 1879-90; Towns- 
end 1890-99; Harwich 1899-1904; North Craftsbury, Vt. from 
1905. Address North Craftsbury, Vt. 

SPECIAL COURSE 

Benjamin Stephen Adams (1869-71, grad.) b. Carlisle, Mass. Dec. 
16, 1836; ord. Nov. 22, 1871; p. Cabot, Vt. 1871-81; Glover 
1881-84 and 1888-90; Westford 1884-88; St. Johnsbury East 
from 1890; d. Jan. 2, 1891. 

William Redfield Stocking (1869-71, grad.) b. Oroomiah, Persia 
Mar. 31, 1844; non-com 'd off'r 34th Mass. Vols. 1862-65; Wms. 
1867-69; ord. Westfield, Mass. June 19, 1871; miss'y Presb. Board 
For. Missions Oroomiah, Persia 1871-78; res. Wiscasset, Me. 
1878-82; p. White Oaks ch. Williamstown, Mass. 1882-85; supt 
Workhouse Blackwell's Is. and warden Reformatory Hart's Is. 
N.Y. City 1886-91; res. Williamstown, Mass. from 1891. 

Address Williamstown, Mass. 

Henry Laurens Talbot (1869-71, grad.) b. East Machias, Me. Aug. 4, 
1826; res. lie. 1872; ord. Jan. 1, 1873; p. Durham, N.H. 1873-82 
and w.c. from 1882; d. Apr. 30, 1904. 

Mitchell Carver True (1868-69) b. Freeman, Me. Sept. 29, 1840; 
in business Lowell, Mass. from 1870. Address Lowell, Mass. 

Ludwig Wolf sen (1868-71, grad.) b. Jardelund, Schleswig, Denmark 
Oct. 8, 1840; ord. Oct. 14, 1873; p. Markesan, Wis. 1873-75; 
Plymouth 1875-77; dentist Maiden, Mass.; d. Jan. 18, 1898. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Henry Swift DeForest b. South Edmeston, N.Y. Mar. 17, 1833; 
Yale 1857; Yale Sem. 1857-58; tutor Beloit 1858-60; Union Sem. 
1860-61; tutor Yale 1863; ord. New Haven, Ct. Aug. 2, 1863; 
chap. 11th Ct. Vols. 1863-65; p. Plymouth ch. Des Moines, Io. 
1866-70; Council Bluffs 1871-77; Waterloo 1877-78; finan. sec. 
Iowa Coll. 1878-79; pres. Talladega Coll. from 1879; d. Talla- 
dega, Ala. Jan. 27, 1896. D.D. Beloit 1881. 

M. Angelo Dougherty Class of 1867. 

James Hill Fitts b. Candia, N.H. Mar. 3, 1829; Bangor Sem. 1858; 
ord. Candia Nov. 2, 1859; p. Boxboro, Mass. 1858-62; West 
Boylston 1862-70; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1863 and 1864; p. Tops- 
field, Mass. 1871-80; South Newmarket (later Newfields), N.H. 
from 1880; compiler of genealogies; representative, N.H. ; 
d. Nov. 22, 1900. 






ALUMNI 1872 383 

George Henry French (1869-71) Class of 1868. 

Frederick Augustus Hand Class of 1870. 

Cephas Augustus Leach Class of 1852. 

George Daniel Marsh b. Quechee, Vt. Dec. 12, 1844; Iowa 1867; 
Chic. Sem. 1871; res. lie. Yale Sem. 1871-72; ord. Grinnell, Io. 
July 7, 1872; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Bulgaria from 1872; Philip- 
popolis from 1878. Address Philippopolis, Bulgaria. 

Henry Burnham Mead b. Littleton, N.H. Jan. 27, 1839; Yale 1866; 
Yale Sem. 1869; a.p. Falls Village, Canaan, Ct. 1869-70; ord. 
June 7, 1871; p. Terryville 1871-74; Saccarappa, Westbrook, Me. 
1875-80; Second ch. Stonington, Ct. 1880-85; Cornwall 1885-86; 
Jacksonville, Fla. 1886-87; Brookfield, Ct. 1889-92; Scotland 
from 1893; d. June 13, 1903. 

James Fiske Merriam Class of 1870. 

John Warren Partridge Class of 1870. 

Theodore Constantine Pratt b. Weymouth, Mass. Jan. 3, 1829 ; Amh. 
1853-55; ord. June 21, 1859.; p. Hampstead, N.H. 1859-70; 
Tilton 1871-75; Hancock 1875-77; Orfordville 1877-82; Auburn 
1882-92; Candia 1892-1901 and emer. Address Candia, N.H. 

William Henry Teel b. Clinton, N.Y. Nov. 30, 1843; Ham. 1863; 
Union Sem. 1867; ord. Oct. 28, 1868; p. South Canaan, Ct. 1868- 
70; Newark, N.J. 1870; Lanesville, Gloucester, Mass. 1871-75; 
in Europe 1876; p. Berkley, Mass. 1877-78; Waverley, Belmont 
1878-83; Walpole, N.H. 1884-89; Wethersfield, Ct. 1889-95; 
Wells, Me. 1896-99; Vernon Centre, Ct. 1900-05; w.c. Jamaica 
Plain, Mass. from 1905. 

Address 28 Beaufort Road, Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

John Hopkins Worcester b. St. Johnsbury, Vt. Apr. 2, 1845; Univ. 
Vt. 1865; stud. Univ. Berlin and Univ. Leipsic 1869-70; Union 
Sem. 1871; acting prof. Eng. Lit. Univ. Vt. 1871; ord. Jan. 10, 
1871; p. (Presb.) South Orange, N.J. 1872-83; Sixth ch. Chicago, 
111. 1883-91; prof. Sys. Theol. Union Sem. from 1891; d. Lake- 
wood, N.J. Feb. 5, 1893. D.D. Univ. Vt. 1885. 



1872 

GRADUATES 

Thomas Rissel Beeber b. Muncy, Pa. June 18, 1848; Pa. Coll. 
Gettysburg 1869; res. lie. 1873; ord. Jan. 30, 1873; assoc. p. 
First ch. Georgetown, Mass. 1873-75; p. (Presb.) Mahoning ch. 
Danville, Pa. 1875-80; Second ch. Scranton 1880-87; First ch. 
Norristown from 1887. D.D. Lafayette 1891. 

Address 113 E. Airy St. Norristown, Pa. 



384 ALUMNI 1872 

John Kittredge Browne b. Saxonville, Mass. July 4, 1843; Harv. 
1869; ord. Oct. 16, 1872; p. Chapel ch. Cambridgeport 1872-75; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Harpoot, Turkey from 1875, prof. Eastern 
Turkey Theol. Sem. ; in U.S. 1885-87 and 1903-06. 

Address Harpoot, Turkey. 

Almon Taylor Clarke b. Ticonderoga, N.Y. Feb. 19, 1840; Bangor 
Sem. 1869-70; ord. Oct. 9, 1872; p. Tiverton, R.I. 1872-77 
Second ch. Crown Point, N.Y. 1877-84; Parishville 1884-85 
Sheldon, Vt. 1885-87; New Smyrna and Tavares, Fla. 1887-88 
Immanuel ch. Atlanta, Ga. 1888-91; ch. of Covenant Shelby, 
Ala. 1891-1901, also ed. Southern Congregationalist; p. Fort 
Payne 1901-03; supt Cong. S.S. and Pub. Soc. for Ala. 1898- 
1908, also supt Cong. H.M. Soc. for Ala. 1900-08; dean for 
Home Study Atlanta Sem. 1901-05 and trustee ; w.c. Palm Beach, 
Fla. from 1908. Address Palm Beach, Fla. 

William Henry Cobb b. Rochester (now Marion), Mass. Apr. 2, 
1846; Amh. 1867; Princ. Sem. 1869-70; ord. Sept. 18, 1872; 
p. Chiltonville, Plymouth, Mass. 1872-76; Medfield 1876-78; 
Uxbridge 1878-87; lib'n Cong. Lib. Boston from 1887, res. 
Newton Centre; assoc. ed. Jour, of Bib. Literature from 1889; 
author of A Criticism of Systems of Hebrew Metre. D.D. Amh. 
1892. Son of Leander Cobb, class of 1827. 

Address 37 Elgin St. Newton Centre, Mass. 

John Scott Copp b. St. Albans, Me. Jan. 17, 1843; non-com 'd off'r 
16th Mich. Vols. 1861-62; Hillsdale 1869; ord. Litchfield, Mich. 
Mar. 17, 1873; instructor Eccl. Hist, and Homiletics Hillsdale 
1872-73, prof. Homiletics 1873-75, prof. Belles Lettres 1875-88 
(stud. Univ. Berlin and Univ. Heidelberg 1881-82), prof. Sys. 
Theol. from 1888; d. Hillsdale June 19, 1896. 

Samuel Howard Dana b. Portland, Me. Feb. 11, 1847; P. A.; Yale 
1869; ord. Oct. 9, 1872; p. Newton Highlands, Mass. 1872-77; 
in Europe 1877-79; p. Stratford, Ct. 1879-81; res. New Haven 
1882-83; p. Quincy, 111. 1883-1903; Phillips ch. Exeter, N.H. 
from 1903. D.D. 111. Coll. 1888. 

Address 69 Court St. Exeter, N.H. 

Charles Fletcher Dole b. Brewer, Me. May 17, 1845; Harv. 1868; 
acting prof. Greek Univ. Vt. 1873; ord. Apr. 22, 1874; p. 
Plymouth ch. Portland, Me. 1874-76; (Unit.) Jamaica Plain, 
Mass. from 1876; author of The Spirit of Democracy and other 
books. D.D. Bowd. 1906. 

Address 14 Roanoke Ave. Jamaica Plain, Mass. 

Archibald Duff b. Fraserburg, Aberdeenshire, Scot. Sept. 26, 1845; 
McGill Univ. Can. 1864; teacher Can. 1864-69; Univ. Halle 
1872-74; Univ. Gottingen 1874-75; lecturer Bib. Theol., Cong. 



ALUMNI 1872 885 

Coll. of Brit. N.A. 1875-76; acting prof. Hebrew MeGill 1876- 
77 and asst prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. 1876-78; prof. Hebrew 
and Old Test. Theol. Airedale (now United) Coll. Eng. from 
1878; assoc. ed. Bibliotheca Sacra 1877-94; author of Hebrew 
Grammar and books on Old Testament; city councillor Bradford. 
LL.D. MeGill 1881; D.D. Queen's Univ. Can. 1903. 

Address 9 Selborne Terrace, Bradford, Yorkshire, Eng. 

James Demarest Eaton b. Lancaster, Wis. Mar. 18, 1848; P.A.; 
Beloit 1869; Chic. Sem. 1869-70; res. lie. Yale Sem. in 1872; 
ord. Lancaster Dec. 15, 1872; p. First ch. Portland, Ore. 1873- 
76; Bound Brook, N.J. 1876-81; adv. class And. Sem. 1882; 
miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Chihuahua, Mexico from 1882; lecturer on 
Missions Beloit 1900. D.D. Beloit 1897. Son of Samuel Witt 
Eaton, class of 1846. Address Box 11, Chihuahua, Mexico. 

James Henry Ecob b. Buffalo, N.Y. Sept. 7, 1844; Ham. 1869; ord. 
Oct. 2, 1872; p. Augusta, Me. 1872-81; (Presb.) Second ch. 
Albany, N.Y. 1881-95; (Cong.) First ch. Denver, Col. 1896-98; 
sup. (Presb.) Westminster ch. Elizabeth, N.J. 1899-1900; p. 
(Unit.) First ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1900-07; Flushing, N.Y. 
from 1907 and lecturer Amer. Inst. Social Service N.Y. City. 
D.D. Ham. 1882. Address 117 Sanford Ave. Flushing, N.Y. 

Rufus Cushman Flagg b. Hubbard ton, Vt. Aug. 6, 1846; Midd. 
1869; Chic. Sem. 1869-70; ord. Sept. 26, 1872; p. North Andover, 
Mass. 1872-77; Westford 1877-80; Fairhaven, Vt. 1880-89; 
Wells River 1889-92; pres. Ripon 1892-1901; p. Berlin, N.H. 
1901-05; Newport, Vt. from 1905. D.D. Midd. 1891. 

Address Newport, Vt. 

Omar White Folsom b. North Sandwich, N.H. Apr. 24, 1844; Dart. 
1869; ord. Oct. 31, 1872; assoc. p. First ch. Newbury, Mass. 
1872-84; Winter St. ch. Bath, Me. from 1884. 

Address 1198 Washington St. Bath, Me. 

Perley Morse Griffin b. Methuen, Mass. May 14, 1841; private 
6th Indep. N.Y. Light Horse Battery 1861-64; commis. dept 
Washington 1864-65; Washburn Coll. 1869; ord. July 13, 1873; 
p. Parsons, Kan. 1873-79 and 1890-91; Fredonia 1879-80; 
Union ch. East Bridgewater, Mass. 1881-90; finan. agt Wash- 
burn Coll. 1891-94; p. Olivet Memorial ch. (Indep.) Brockton, 
Mass. 1894-1900; miss'y Amer. S.S. Union Vt. and Me. 1903- 
04; chap. Home for Intemperate Women Brookline, Mass. 1904— 
05; res. Neponset from 1902; d. July 5, 1905. 

Theodore Charles Jerome b. Oxford, N.Y. Jan. 31, 1850; Ham. 
1869 ; Lane Sem. 1869-71 ; ord. July 2, 1872 ; p. Pacific ch. New 
Bedford, Mass. 1872-73; Central City, Col. 1873-74; Geneseo, 
111. 1874-75; San Buenaventura, Cal. 1875-76; River Falls, Wis. 



386 ALUMNI 1872 

1876-78; Patchogue, N.Y. 1878-81; Manistee, Mich. 1881-82; 
Gorham, N.H. 1882-85; Wolfeboro from 1885; drowned Lake 
Winnipesaukee May 28, 1886. 

Henry Ketcham b. Indianapolis, Ind. May 5, 1848; Wms. 1869; 
Lane Sem. 1869-70; ord. Oct. 28, 1873; p. Austin, Minn. 1873- 
75; w.c. 1875-78; p. Wolfeboro, N.H. 1878-79; Menomonee, Wis. 
1879-88; Flint, Mich. 1888-89; Antigo, Wis. 1889-91; Olivet ch. 
St. Paul, Minn. 1891-93; Edgewater ch. Seattle, Wash. 1893-94; 
Bridgeport, Ct. 1894-95; Westfield, N.J. 1895-98 and w.c. 1898- 
1906; p. (Presb.) Rugby, N.D. from 1906. Address Rugby, N.D. 

James Kellogg Kilbourn b. Bridgewater, Ct. Apr. 3, 1845; Beloit 
1868; Chic. Sem. 1868-69; ord. Jan. 16, 1873; p. Hartland, Wis. 
1872-74; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Monterey and Guadalajara, Mexico 
1874-80; p. Genesee, Wis. 1883-96; Pewaukee, Wis. 1896-1903; 
Barnet, Vt. 1903-08; St. Johnsbury Centre from 1908. 

Address St. Johnsbury Centre, Vt. 

Thomas Melbourne May b. Melbourne, Australia Jan. 4, 1845; 
PA.; private 12th N.Y. Vols. 1862; ord. Sept. 25, 1872; p. Wil- 
liamstown, Vt. 1872-74; Quechee 1874; Taftville, Ct. 1876; 
Volney and Palermo, N.Y. 1877-78; Austerlitz 1881-82; Ash- 
ford, Ct. 1883-85 and w.c. 1885-87; Southbridge 1887-89; 
Shutesbury from 1889 ; d. Mar. 23, 1902. 

Albert Weston Moore b. Boston Aug. 29, 1842; Dart. 1864; ord. 
Jan. 22, 1873; p. Blackstone, Mass. 1872-74; w.c. Maiden 1874- 
75 and 1877-79; p. Bristol, N.H. 1875-77; Farmington, Me. 
1879-82; Central ch. Lynn, Mass. 1882-1900 and w.c. from 1900. 
D.D. Dart. 1894. Address 22 Chatham St. Lynn, Mass. 

Frederic Palmer b. Boston Aug. 6, 1848; PA.; Harv. 1869; teacher 
Newport, R.I. 1872-73; a.p. Hatfield, Mass. 1873-74; ord. 
Mar. 11, 1875; p. Revere 1874-78; ord. (Epis.) deacon Dec. 6, 
1878; priest Dec. 18, 1879; asst min. Emmanuel ch. Boston 
1878-79; r. in charge Christ ch. Lonsdale, R.I. 1879-80; r. ch. 
of Our Saviour, Jenkintown, Pa. 1880-88; Christ ch. Andover, 
Mass. from 1888; author of Drama of the Apocalypse. 

Address Andover, Mass. 

Moses Stuart Phelps b. Andover, Mass. Mar. 16, 1849; P.A.; Yale 
1869; tutor Beloit 1869; grad. stu. Yale 1872-73 and tutor 1873- 
75 ; instructor Intell. Phil, and Logic Midd. 1875-76 ; stud. Univ. 
Berlin 1876-77; lit. work New Haven, Ct. 1877-78; prof. Ment. 
and Mor. Phil. Smith Coll. from 1878; lecturer on Psychology 
And. Sem. 1881-82; translated from German Fundamental Con- 
cepts of Modern Philosophic Thought; d. by accident Lake 
Chamberlain, Me. Aug. 29, 1883. Ph.D. Yale 1874. Son of 
Austin Phelps, class of 1842 and professor. 



ALUMNI 1872 387 

Edward Kirk Rawson b. Albany, N.Y. Feb. 21, 1846; Yale 1868; 
Yale Sem. 1869-70; ord. Newton Highlands, Mass. Oct. 9, 1872; 
commissioned chap. U.S.N. 1871; on duty South Pacific Station 
1874-76; training ships 1876-81; Charlestown Navy Yard 1881- 
85; Naval Acad. Annapolis, Md. 188&-90; prof. Ethics and 
Eng. Studies in Navy 1890-97; supt Naval War Records Wash- 
ington 1897-1902; head of dept Eng. and Law Naval Acad. 
1902-07; retired with rank of Capt. 1908; in Europe 1908. 

Address Naval Dept. Washington, D.C. 

Darius Bullock Scott b. Bloomfield, N.Y. Oct. 27, 1843; private 
17th 111. Vols. 1864-65; Prep, and Colleg. Depts Wheaton Coll. 
1865-69; Chic. Sem. 1869-70; ord. July 12, 1872; p. Milton Mills, 
N.H. 1872-74 and 1877-78; Lynnfield and South Lynnfield, Mass. 
1874-76; Hollis, N.H. 1878-84; Clinton, Mass. 1885-92; Sioux 
Falls, N.D. 1892-1901; Lancaster, Mass. from 1901. 

Address Lancaster, Mass. 

Anson Phelps Tinker b. Old Lyme, Ct. Oct. 15, 1844; Yale 1868 
and tutor 1869-70; Yale Sem. 1868-69; ord. Oct. 16, 1873; p. 
High St. ch. Auburn, Me. 1873-82; (Presb.) Fort St. eh. Detroit, 
Mich. 1883-84; Capitol Ave. ch. Denver, Col. 1885-86; d. Nov. 24, 
1886. 

Alfred Edwards Tracy b. West Brookfield, Mass. July 2, 1845; 
Amh. 1869; Chic. Sem. 1869-70; ord. Sept. 4, 1872; p. Harvard, 
Mass. 1872-74; Oconomowoc, Wis. 1875-78; Wilton, N. H. 1879- 
85 and 1899-1903; Foxboro, Mass. 1885-88; Ontario, Cal. 1888- 
98; w.c. Claremont 1903-04; p. Chula Vista 1904-08. Son of 
Ira Tracy, class of 1832. Address Chula Vista, Cal. 

William Haskell Woodwell b. Newburyport, Mass. Sept. 9, 1844; 
Bowd. 1869; ord. June 12, 1873; p. First ch. Wells, Me. 1873-75; 
Mont Vernon, N.H. 1876-80; preacher and teacher Pahala, H.I. 
1880-82; p. Orient, N.Y. 1883-87; New Marlboro, Mass. 1888- 
89; Sandwich 1889-98; sup. various churches Washington, D.C. 
1899-1901; p. Hampton, Ct. 1901-04; Seabrook, N.H. 1904-07; 
Pomona, Fla. from 1907. Address Pomona, Fla. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Walter Howard Ayers (1871-72) b. Canterbury, N.H. Apr. 26, 1845; 
Dart. 1868; Union Sem. 1871; a.p. Bethel, Me. 1871; ord. July 
16, 1872; p. Winooski, Vt. 1872; Castleton 1873-74; Lebanon, 
N.H. 1874-75; in Europe 1875-77; p. Hudson, Wis. 1877-78; 
La Salle, 111. 1879-81; (Presb.) Chicago 1881-84 and 1885-87; 
Albert Lea, Minn. 1884-85; Second ch. Belvidere, N.J. 1888-90; 
Downsville, NY. 1890-91; (Cong.) Lebanon, Mo. 1892-94; ord. 
(Epis.) deacon Jan. 22, 1895; chap. St. Luke's Hosp. Chicago, 



888 ALUMNI 1872 

111. 1896; min. Ardmore, Ind. Ter. 1897; left the ministry; in 
business Cal. 

Hiram Payson Barnes (1869-70) b. Morgan, 0. Mar. 31, 1841; 
Kenyon 1868; Lane Sem. 1872; ord. Oct. 10, 1872; p. (Presb.) 
Collamer 1872-77; Windham 1878-83; Clyde 1883-85; First ch. 
Alliance 1885-90; Moorhead, Minn. 1890-92; Windom 1892-95; 
Dresden, O. 1895-1903 ; res. Columbus from 1903, sup. Greenfield 
1904-07, Scioto from 1907. 

Address 1514 Highland St. Columbus, O. 

William Wells Eaton (1869-71) b. Colchester, Ct. Aug. 24, 1846; 
P. A.; Amh. 1868; teacher P.A. 1871-73; stud. Univ. Gottingen 
1873-74 and 1875-76; Univ. Leipsic 1874-75; instructor Sac. Lit. 
And. Sem. 1877-79; assisting Prof. Thayer in preparation of 
New Test. Lexicon Andover 1879-82; prof. Greek Midd. from 
1882, also prof. German 1884-94; d. White Plains, N.Y. Feb. 1, 
1905. 

Lewis Emerson (1869-70) b. 1846; from Charlottetown, P.E.I.; 
Westford (Mass.) Acad. 1867-68; Boston Sch. of Ministry 
1868-69. 

Robert McCutcheon Hall (1870-71) b. Livonia, Ind. Dec. 6, 1841; 
Knox 1869; Chic. Sem. 1869-70; Lane Sem. 1873; ord. Charlotte, 
N.C. Apr. 1, 1874; prof. Ment. and Mor. Phil. Biddle Univ. N.C. 
1873-85; p. (Presb.) Plymouth, 111. 1887-1902 and w.c. from 
1902. Address Plymouth, 111. 

Edward Cleeves Hood (1869-70) b. Lawrenceville, Pa. Apr. 21, 
1848; N.J. Coll. 1868; Union Sem. 1874; ord. May 8, 1874; p. 
(Presb.) Dundee chapel Passaic, N.J. 1873-75; (Cong.) Hing- 
ham, Mass. 1875-82; West Medford 1882-89; in Europe 1889- 
90; res. grad. Harv. Div. Sch. 1890-91; p. Wrentham, Mass. 
1892-98; in business Boston from 1898, res. Hingham 1898-1902 
and Wellesley Hills from 1902. 

Address Abbott Road, Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Elihu Root (1869-71) b. Belchertown, Mass. Sept. 14, 1845; Amh. 
1867; teacher Williston Sem. 1867-69; instructor English Amh. 
1870-71; stud. Univ. Gottingen and Univ. Leipsic 1871-72; Univ. 
Berlin 1872-76; asst prof. Math, and Nat. Phil. Amh. 1876-78 
and prof, from 1877, also prof. Physics Smith 1876-78; d. 
Belchertown Dec. 3, 1880. Ph.D. Univ. Berlin 1876. 

Stephen Gould Updyke (1869-70) b. Enfield, N.Y. Jan. 18, 1845; 
private 30th Mich. Vols. 1861-65; Hillsdale Coll. Mich. 1869; 
ord. (Free Bapt.) June 11, 1871; p. Hudson 1871-72; (Cong.) 
Litchfield 1872-75; Pentwater 1875-77 ; Augusta 1877-80 ; Water- 
town, Dak. 1880-86, also Henry 1880-82; prof. Eng., Eloc. and 



ALUMNI 1872 389 

Hist. Dak. Agric. Coll. 1886-90; p. Aberdeen, S.D. 1890-92; 
Glencoe, Minn. 1892-95; Waseca 1895-97; Bethany ch. Minne- 
apolis 1897-1900; New Ulm 1900-03; Seabury Div. Sch. Minn. 
1903-04; ord. (Epis.) deacon Aug. 28, 1904; priest Mar. 3, 1905; 
min. Grace ch. Pine Island 1904-05; St. Luke's ch. Bay View, 
Milwaukee, Wis. 1905-07; d. Los Angeles, Cal. Dec. 12, 1907. 

Robert McEwen Woods (1870-71) b. Enfield, Mass. Jan. 24, 1847; 
Amh. 1869; Union Sem. 1869-70; instructor Eng. Amh. 1871- 
73, also Math. 1872-73; travel and stud. Univ. Berlin 1873-74; 
ord. Nov. 21, 1877; p. Hatfield, Mass. from 1877; trustee Smith. 
D.D. Amh. 1906. Address Hatfield, Mass. 

SPECIAL COURSE 

Robert Walter Haskins (1871-72, grad.) b. Roxbury, Mass. July 12, 
1841; N.Y. Univ. 1869; Union Sem.; ord. Nov. 19, 1872; p. First 
Cong, (now Central) ch. Derry, N.H. 1872-78; Baldwinsville, 
Mass. 1879-80; First ch. Abington 1881-93; Manchester, Vt. 
1893-94; Montvale, Woburn 1896; supt Home for Christian 
Educ. Reading from 1896. Address 97 Salem St. Reading, Mass. 

Samuel Ollerenshaw (1870-72, grad.) b. Manchester, Eng. Nov. 4, 
1838; a.p. Hancock, Minn. 1872-73; ord. St. Paul Apr. 2, 1873; 
p. Princeton 1873-75; Laclede, Mo. 1876-78; Newtown, 111. 1878- 
79; (Presb.) Laporte City, Io. 1879-82; Albia 1882-85; Des 
Moines 1885-91; Leon 1891-92; Paw Paw, 111. 1892-95; Ashton 
1895-98; Algona, Io. 1898-1901; Maple Hill and Haifa 1901-05; 
Kossuth and Kingston from 1905. 

Address R. F. D. 4, Mediapolis, Io. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Edwin Augustus Grosvenor b. Newburyport, Mass. Aug. 30, 1845; 
Amh. 1867; ord. Newburyport July 30, 1872; tutor Robert Coll. 
Constantinople, Turkey 1867-70 and prof. Latin and Hist. 1873- 
90; instructor Hist. Amh. 1891-92, prof. French Lang, and Lit. 
1892-95, prof. European Hist. 1895-98, prof. Mod. Governments 
and their Admin. 1898-1901, prof. Mod. Government and Inter- 
nat'l Law from 1901; prof. Hist. Smith 1892-94. LL.D. Wabash 
1903, Alfred Univ. N.Y. 1904. 

Address 9 College St. Amherst^ Mass. 

Henry Harrison Hamilton b. Chester, Mass. Feb. 1,' 1842; Amh. 
1868; Union Sem. 1871; ord. Sept. 11, 1872; p. Westford, Mass. 
1872-77; Hinsdale, N.H. 1878-87; w.c. Waverley, Mass. 1888- 
90; Lexington 1890-1903; p. Second ch. York, Me.. 1903-08. 

Address 45 Bank St. West Somerville, Mass. 



390 ALUMNI 1873 

William Wallace Livingston Class of 1859. 
Henry Laurens Talbot Class of 1871. 
Samuel Howe Tolman Class of 1852. 

1873 

GRADUATES 

Walter Manning Barrows b. Franklin, Mich. Apr. 12, 1846; Olivet 
1867; Yale Sem. 1867-68; Union Sem. 1868-69; a.p. Arvonia, 
Kan. 1869-70; North Topeka 1870-71; ord. Nov. 1, 1871; p. 
Marshall, Mich. 1871-72; res. lie. Chic. Sem. 1873-74; p. Salt 
Lake City, Utah 1874-81; sec. Amer. H.M. Soc. N.Y. City 1882- 
88; p. Second ch. Rockford, 111. 1888-98; Second ch. Greenwich, 
Ct. from 1898; del. Internat'l Cong. Council London 1891; 
trustee Beloit and Rockford; d. Mackinac Island, Mich. Aug. 10, 
1899. D.D. Olivet 1883. 

Lewis Payson Broad b. Ashland, Mass. Dec. 7, 1840; Yale 1859- 
61; in railroad business 111. Central R.R. 1861-63; Boston, Hart- 
ford and Erie R.R. 1863-70; ord. Sept. 3, 1873; p. Baldwinsville, 
Mass. 1873-77; Paola, Kan. 1877-83; evang. of Amer. H.M. Soc. 
for Kan. 1883-87 and supt 1888-1900; sec. Kan. H.M. Soc. 1900- 
02; res. Topeka 1883-1902; voluntary service as speaker for 
Home Missions in U.S. from 1902, res. in summer Newfane, Vt.; 
d. Atlanta, Ga. Mar. 12, 1908. 

Charles Henry Brooks b. Lennoxville, Can. Sept. 6, 1846; McGill 
1868; ord. Montreal Sept. 28, 1874; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Manisa, 
Turkey 1874-76; Constantinople 1876-92; ord. (Epis.) deacon 
Oct. 2, 1892; priest Sept. 29, 1893; min. Barnston, Can. 1892- 
95; Lachine 1895-97; Longford Mission 1897-1902; r. Grafton 
from 1902. Address Grafton, Ont. Can. 

George Walker Christie b. Strathmiglo, Fifeshire, Scot. Aug. 14, 
1840; Beloit 1870; Yale Sem. 1870-72; ord. Dec. 11, 1873; p. 
Kittery, Me. 1873-76; Wiscasset 1876-78; Salmon Falls, N.H. 
1878-80; Wolfeboro 1880-83; Presque Isle, Me. 1883-87; Old 
Town 1887-88; Three Rivers, Palmer, Mass. 1888-91; Union ch. 
Amesbury 1891-1902; Second ch. Ossipee, N.H. 1902-05; Berk- 
ley, Mass. from 1905. Address R. F. D. Taunton, Mass. 

Henry Calvin Crane b. Norton, Mass. Nov. 30, 1845; Dart. 1869; 
ord. Sept. 9, 1873; p. Nantucket, Mass. 1873-74; Franklin 1874- 
76; Plymouth ch. Allegheny City, Pa. 1877-83; First ch. and 
Central ch. Springfield, Mo. 1883-86; Hillside ch. Omaha, Neb. 
1887-91; Port Townsend, Wash. 1892; Courtland St. ch. Everett, 



ALUMNI 1873 391 

Mass. 1893; Pepperell 1894-95; United ch. East Providence, R.I. 
1896; Central Village, Ct. 1897-99; w.c. Wintbrop, Mass. from 
1899. Address Winthrop, Mass. 

Alfred Henry Hall b. Boston Mar. 7, 1845; Harv. 1867; foreign 
travel as private tutor 1868-70; ord. Mar. 4, 1875; p. First cb. 
Meriden, Ct. 1875-79 and Center cb. from 1880; del. Internat'l 
Cong. Council London 1891; d. Dec. 26, 1891. 

William Dickinson Hart b. Ira, N.Y. Apr. 16, 1843; Ober. 1870; 

Yale Sem. 1870-72; a.p. (Presb.) Litchfield, N.H. 1873-75; ord. 

Oct. 1, 1875; p. (Cong.) Little Compton, R.I. 1875-89; Wilton, 

Ct. from 1889. Address Wilton, Ct. 

William Southworth Howland b. Jaffna, Ceylon July 8, 1846; Amb. 
1870; ord. Conway, Mass. May 7, 1873; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. 
Madura District, India from 1873 ; in U.S. from 1886 ; d. Auburn- 
dale, Mass. Mar. 7, 1887. 

Robert Allen Hume b. Bombay, India Mar. 8, 1847; Yale 1868; 
Yale Sem. 1869-71; ord. New Haven, Ct. May 10, 1874; miss'y 
A.B.C.F.M. Abmednagar, India from 1874; prominent in famine 
relief work 1900, receiving gold medal from Queen Victoria; 
Hyde lecturer on Foreign Missions And. Sem. 1904-05; author 
of Missions from the Modern View. D.D. Yale 1895. Son of 
Robert Wilson Hume, class of 1837. Address Abmednagar, India. 

Edward Winthrop Jenney b. Monticello, 111. Dec. 8, 1843; private 
77th 111. Vols. 1862-65; Knox 1870; ord. Hopkinton, N.H. June 4, 
1873; miss'y A.B.CF.M. Monastir, Turkey 1873-83; p. Brim- 
field, 111. 1884-87; West Salem, Wis. 1887-89; Boscobel 1889- 
95; Chamberlain, S.D. 1895-96; Second ch. Winona, Minn. 1900- 
05; gen. miss'y S.D. 1896-1900 and from 1905. 

Address 915 Pine St. Yankton, S.D. 

Horace Hall Leavitt b. Lowell, Mass. July 8, 1846; Wms. 1869; 
ord. Cambridge June 19, 1873; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Osaka, Japan 
1873-81; res. lie. 1882; p. North Andover, Mass. 1882-93; 
Broadway ch. Somerville 1894-1905 and w.c. 1905-08; Fruitvale, 
Cal. from 1908. Address 3609 Lincoln Ave. Oakland, Cal. 

Albert Livermore b. Spencer, Mass. Sept. 3, 1843; private 60th 
Mass. Vols. 1864; U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1865; Amh. 1868; Bangor 
Sem. 1870-71; ord. Nov. 18, 1874; p. Miller's Falls, Mass. 1874- 
75; New Richmond, Wis. 1876-79; St. Ignace, Mich. 1880-82; 
Nashville 1883-85; Williamston 1885; (Presb.) Spencer, N.Y. 
1885-98; Montour Falls 1898-1901; £anaseraga 1902-04; res. 
Geneva 1904-06, sup. various churches; w.c. Spencer from 1906. 

Address Spencer, N.Y. 



392 ALUMNI 1873 

George Hale Scott b. Bakersfield, Vt. Apr. 23, 1839; private 13th 
Vt. Vols. 1862-63; Wms. 1865; lawyer Vergennes, Vt. 1866-70; 
Lane Sem. 1871-72; ord. Sept. 13, 1873; p. Plymouth, N.H. 
1873-81; adv. class And. Sem. 1882; p. Plymouth ch. Lawrence, 
Kan. 1882-84; Rockland, Me. 1884-85; First ch. Ipswich, Mass. 
1885-91; res. lie. 1886; p. Atkinson, N.H. from 1893; d. Mar. 12, 
1907. 

Edwin Griffin Selden. b. Hadlyme, Ct. June 9, 1847; Yale 1870; 
Chic. Sem. 1870-71; ord. Dec. 16, 1873; p. First ch. Manchester, 
N.H. 1873-85; South ch. Springfield, Mass. 1885-93; Madison 
Ave. Ref. (Dutch) ch. Albany, N.Y. from 1893; author of In 
the Time of Paul and Story of the Christian Centuries; d. Sara- 
toga June 2, 1904. D.D. Rutgers 1896. 

Joel Martin Seymour b. Rootstown, O. Feb. 3, 1842; private 42d 
Ohio Vols. 1861-64; West. Res. 1870; ord. Oct. 8, 1873; p. 
Brookfield, Mass. 1873-75; Plymouth ch. Fort Wayne, Ind. 
1877-84; (Presb.) First ch. Norwalk, 0. 1884-96 and miss'y 
1896-99; w.c. Alliance from 1899; author of The Hero of the 
World and other books; trustee West. Res.; d. Nov. 25, 1907. 

William Parmelee Sprague b. East Bloomfield, N.Y. June 21, 1843; 
Ham. 1866-67; Amh. 1870; Yale Sem. 1870-72; ord. New Haven, 
Ct. May 8, 1873; miss'y A.B.C.F.M. Kalgan, North China from 
1873. Address Kalgan, North China. 

George Sterling b. New Milford, Ct. July 27, 1842; Union 1866-68; 
Amh. 1870; Union Sem. 1870-72; ord. Dec. 8, 1874; p. Wayland, 
Mich. 1874-75; Stacy ville, Io. 1875-76; Lenora, Minn. 1876-78; 
Higganum, Ct. 1878-80; Templeton, Mass. 1880-81; Milton, N.H. 
1881-84; Glover, Vt. 1885-88; North Hyde Park 1888-89; Dun- 
barton, N.H. 1889-92; Berkley, Mass. 1892-94; Manomet, 
Plymouth 1894-97; Windsor from 1897; d. Nov. 26, 1901. 

George Henry Tilton b. Nashua, N.H. Jan. 31, 1845; Amh. 1870; 
ord. Hopkinton, N.H. June 4, 1873; p. Attleboro Falls, Mass. 
1874-75; Wolfeboro, N.H. 1876-77; Rehoboth, Mass. 1878-91; 
Lancaster, N.H. 1891-96; North Woburn, Mass. from 1896. 

Address 51 Elm St. Woburn, Mass. 

John Tefft Ward b. Norway, N.Y. Jan. 30, 1847; Hillsdale Coll. 
Mich. 1870; ord. (Free Bapt.) Dec. 14, 1873; p. Lexington 1873- 
75; Ashland, N.H. 1875-78; Georgiaville, R.I. 1878-82; Park St. 
ch. Providence 1882-88; Jackson, Mich. 1888-89; ed. Free 
Baptist Minneapolis, Minn. 1889-98; prof. Sys. Theol. Hillsdale 
from 1898. D.D. Hillsdale 1893. Address Hillsdale, Mich. 

Charles Abner White b. Wardsboro, Vt. Nov. 2, 1842; non-com 'd 
off'r 4th Vt. Vols. 1861-63; Wms. 1870; ord. Sept. 3, 1873; 



ALUMNI 1873 393 

p. Templeton, Mass. 1873-76; First ch. Palmer 1877-78; Hallo- 
well, Me. 1878-83; Mechanic Falls 1883-85, also Poland 1883- 
88, West Minot and Hebron 1884-88; Princeton, Mass. 1888- 
1905; w.c. Woonsocket, R.I. 1905-06; p. (Presb.) First ch. 
Milford, Pa. from 1906. Address Milford, Pa. 

John Healy Williams b. Dudley, Mass. Dec. 4, 1843; Amh. 1868; 
ord. Sept. 10, 1873; p. First ch. Marblehead 1873-83; Clyde ch. 
Kansas City, Mo. 1883-93; Redlands, Cal. from 1893. D.D. 
Amh. 1893. Address 18 W. Oliver St. Redlands, Cal. 

Newell Stephen Wright b. Adams, N.Y. Dec. 5, 1843; Beloit 1869; 
Chic. Sem. 1869-70; ord. Liberty, Wis. Aug. 7, 1873; p. Union 
ch. Amesbury and Salisbury, Mass. 1873-77; Berlin Heights, O. 
1878-79; Plymouth ch. Kalamazoo, Mich. 1879-81; atty in 
patent causes Detroit from 1881. 

Address 149 Griswold St. Detroit, Mich. 

NON-GRADUATES 

William Franklin Davis (1870-72) b. Attica, N.Y. Aug. 21, 1840; 
Harv. 1867; ord. (Free Bapt.) Nov. 20, 1872; p. Olneyville, R.I. 
1872-75; supt North End Mission Boston 1875-78; evang. 
Chelsea, Mass. from 1878, spending winters among lumbermen, 
res. Saginaw, Mich. 1880-89. 

Address Mt. Washington, Chelsea, Mass. 

Albert Llewellyn Norton (1870-71) b. Guilford, 111. Jan. 15, 1848; 
Beloit 1867; teacher Burlington, Wis. 1868; Cresco, Io. 1869; 
d. Denver, Col. Apr. 5, 1872. * 

Peter Benton Shiere (1870-71) b. Lorceine, France Jan. 7, 1841; 

Amh. 1866-67; Brown 1870; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1873; a.p. Alden, 

Io. 1873-74; ord. Sept. 8, 1874; p. Maynard, Mass. 1874-76; 

Chatham 1877-79; res. West Somerville from 1879; in business. 

Address 210 Elm St. West Somerville, Mass. 

Roderick Terry (1870-72) b. Brooklyn, N.Y. Apr. 1, 1849; Yale 
1870; Union Sem. 1875; ord. (Presb.) Nov. 11, 1875; p. Peeks- 
kill, N.Y. 1875-79; South Ref. ch. N.Y. City 1880-1904 and w.c. 
from 1904. D.D. N.J. Coll. 1882. 

Address 169 Madison Ave. N.Y. City. 

SPECIAL COURSE 

George Augustus Foss (1870-71) b. Epsom, N.H. Nov. 5, 1839; 
ord. Feb. 24, 1874; p. Chichester 1874-77; Pawlet, Vt. 1878; 
Lewis, N.Y. 1879-81; Warner, N.H. 1881-83; (Presb.) New 
Boston 1886-88; (Cong.) Stratham 1888-99; Wakefield 1899- 
1904; Erving, Mass. 1904-08; w.c. Atkinson, N.H. from 1908. 

Address Atkinson, N.H. 



394 ALUMNI 1873 

William Avery Lamb (1870-73, grad.) b. Mystic, Ct. Feb. 1, 1844; 
ord. Apr. 14, 1874; p. Rockville (now Second) ch. Peabody, 
Mass. 1874-75; Holden 1875-77; Foxboro 1877-78; Milford, 
N.H. 1878-31; res. lie. 1882; p. John Eliot ch. South Natick, 
Mass. 1882-84; Nonantum (now North) ch. Newton 1884-91; 
Central ch. Dracut 1893-96; Olivet ch. Los Angeles, Cal. 1896- 
1902 and in business from 1902; park commissioner. 

Address 1929 Ocean View Ave. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Charles Pinckney Holbrook Nason (1871-72) b. Newburyport, Mass. 
Sept. 7, 1842; Wms. 1862; clerk to ordnance off'r 5th Army 
Corps 1863-64; clerk dept of Interior Washington 1864-65; in 
business Chicago, 111. and Cincinnati, 0. 1865-71; a.p. (Presb.) 
Lafayette St. ch. Buffalo, N.Y. 1872-74; ord. June 24, 1874; 
p. (Cong.) Central ch. Chelsea, Mass. 1874-87; (Presb.) Second 
ch. Germaatown, Philadelphia, Pa. 1887-1901; U.S. consul 
Grenoble, France from 1901. D.D. Wms. 1899. 

Address Grenoble, France. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Thomas Rissel Beeber Class of 1872. 

Edwin Sprague Gould b. New Braintree, Mass. Feb. 20, 1844; 
Theol. Inst. Ct. 1872; ord. Oct. 1, 1873; p. Free Evang'l ch. 
Providence, R.I. 1873-76; West Brookfield, Mass. 1877-81; 
Carthage, Mo. 1882-83; Globe ch. Woonsocket, R.I. 1886-89; 
Athol, Mass. 1890-96; res. Providence, R.I. 1883-86 and from 
1896, often sup. churches. Address 226 Pine St. Providence, R.I. 

Robert Beals Hall b. Ashfield, Mass. Dec. 30, 1845; Wms. 1870; 
Union Sem. 1873; ord. Nov. 13, 1873; p. Wolfeboro, N.H. 1873- 
75; Chapel ch. Cambridgeport, Mass. 1875-76; d. Nov. 2, 1876. 

Samuel Dana Hosmer Class of 1854. 

George Edwards Lovejoy b. Bradford, Mass. June 30, 1843; ord. 
July 16, 1873; p. Candia, N.H. 1873-77; Bedford, Mass. 1877- 
80; Franklin 1880-91; Oak Park ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 1891-93; 
Stoneham, Mass. 1893-97; Pittsfield, N.H. 1897-1903; South ch. 
Lawrence, Mass. from 1903. 

Address 118 Bailey St. Lawrence, Mass. 

Winfield Scott Stockbridge b. Byron, Me. Feb. 11, 1841; Bates 
1867; Bangor Sem. 1869; ord. (Free Bapt.) Sept. 26, 1869; 
p. Houlton 1869-70; Gardiner 1870-72; (Cong.) Globe ch. Woon- 
socket, R.I. 1873-74; Woodfords, Me. 1874-75; prin. Lapham 
Inst. North Scituate, R.I. 1875-80 ; teacher Woonsocket 1880-81 ; 
supt Industrial Home Sch. Washington, D.C. 1881-89 and in 
business 1891-93; w.c. after; d. Glencarlyn, Va. Oct. 15, 1902. 



ALUMNI 1874 395 

1874 

GRADUATES 

Sidney Emory Bailey b. Saxton's River, Vt. Sept. 24, 1844; Amh. 
1871; teacher Rutland, Mass. 187^76; Princeton 1876; Paxton 
1876-77; prin. high sch. Maynard 1877-78; high sch. Swampscott 
1878-81; gram, and high sch. Walpole 1881-84; high sch. Wil- 
mington 1884—85; teacher pub. evening sch. Boston from 1885. 

Address 22 Rockland St. Swampscott, Mass. 

Edwin Augustine Benner b. Pittston, Me. Mar. 31, 1848; Amh. 
1869; ord. Springfield, Mo. Oct. 24, 1874; prof. Math, and 
Physics Drury 1874-76, prof. Latin and instructor German 1876- 
77; prin. Salt Lake Acad. Salt Lake City, Utah 1878-91; prin. 
Wellesley (Mass.) Sch. for Boys from 1892; mem. legislative 
council, Utah; regent Univ. Utah. 

Address 24 Linden St. Wellesley, Mass. 

John Thomas Cmmrine b. Morris Township, Pa. Dec. 24, 1846; 
Waynesburg Coll. Pa. 1871; ord. July 28, 1874; p. Waterville, 
Me. 1874-75; Chiltonville, Plymouth, Mass. 1877; Northbriclge 
Center 1877-80; res. lie. 1881; p. Baldwinsville 1881-82; (Presb.) 
Little Redstone, Pa. 1882-85; Coudersport 1885-87; Cochranton 
1887-90; First ch. Cedarville, N.J. 1891-92; Manchester, N.Y. 
1892-94; Colchester 1895-96; Mason City, 111. from 1896; d. 
June 30, 1899. 

Elisha Farrington Fales b. Wrentham, Mass. Nov. 22, 1849; Brown 
1870; ord. Dec. 20, 1874; p. Carthage, Mo. 1874-82; Palestine, 
Tex. 1882-93 ; Park ch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1893-95 and supt Home 
Dept State S.S. Assoc, from 1896, in charge Neff Memorial ch. 
1896-1903 and Bethany Indep. ch. from 1897. 

Address 4407 Spruce St. Philadelphia, Pa. 

Charles Nelson Flanders b. Bradford, Vt. Aug. 24, 1845; Dart. 
1871 ; teacher P. A. 1871-73 ; instructor Music And. Sem. 1874-75 
and res. lie; ord. Dec. 29, 1874; p. Westmoreland, N.H. 1874- 
78; Wapping, Ct. 1878-84; Newport, N.H. 1884-89; Martinez, 
. Cal. 1889-92 ; Porterville 1892-94 and in business from 1894, also 
teacher high sch. 1897-1900. Address Porterville, Cal. 

James Bartlett Gregg b. Medf ord, Mass. Apr. 15, 1846 ; P.A. ; Harv. 
1866; ord. Sept. 29, 1874; p. Windsor Ave. ch. Hartford, Ct. 
1874-82; First ch. Colorado Springs, Col. from 1882; trustee 
Colorado Coll.; director Chic. Sem. D.D. Colorado Coll. 1892, 
Harv. 1906. Address 92 E. Dale St. Colorado Springs, Col. 

Charles Lemon Hall b. Winchester, Eng. Sept. 18, 1847; Coll. City 
N.Y. 1866; Union Sem. 1872-73; h.m. Springfield, Dak. 1874-76; 



396 ALUMNI 1874 

ord. Yankton Feb. 22, 1876; miss'y (A.B.C.F.M. and later Amer. 
Miss'y Assoc.) to Indians, Dak., p. Fort Berthold from 1876, 
also Elbowbods from 1887. Address Elbowoods, N.D. 

John Wood Hird b. Bradford, Yorkshire, Eng. Dec. 27, 1841; 
PA.; Yale 1871; a.p. West Tisbury, Mass. 1877-78; ord. Mar. 19, 
1879; p. North Brookfield 1878-89; Baldwinsville 1889-1903; 
Waterford and Lower Waterford, Vt. 1903-07; Pawlet from 
1907. Address Pawlet, Vt. 

George Milton Howe b. Westminster, Mass. July 23, 1844; Amh. 
1871; ord. July 8, 1874; p. Princeton 1874-84; Lewiston, Me. 
1884-1901; Groton, Mass. from 1901. Address Groton, Mass. 

Francis Duncan Kelsey b. New Washington, Ind. Nov. 15, 1849 ; 
Marietta 1870 ; ord. July 7, 1874 ; p. Third ch. Marblehead, Mass. 
1874-77; Attleboro Falls 1877-79; New Gloucester, Me. 1880-85; 
Helena, Mont. 1885-92; prof. Botany Ober. 1893-97; p. Central 
ch. Toledo, O. from 1897; d. Jan. 5, 1905. Sc.D. Coll. Montana 
1890. 

Henry Lucien Kendall b. Providence, R.I. Mar. 5, 1849; Brown 
1871; ord. Jan. 27, 1875; p. Walpole, Mass. 1874-75; First ch. 
Charlestown 1876-79; Jacksonville, Fla. 1879-80; Northfield, 
Minn. 1881-82; w.c. Walpole, Mass. from 1882; d. Jan. 23, 1883. 

Samuel Sherberne Mathews b. Salisbury, Mass. June 3, 1847; Theol. 
Inst. Ct. 1868-69; ord. Oct. 22, 1874; p. Wilmington, Mass. 1874- 
75; Maynard 1876-78; Boylston ch. Jamaica Plain 1878-87; 
Olivet ch. Wichita, Kan. 1887-88; sec. New West Educ. Com. 
1888-93; p. Hanover St. ch. Milwaukee, Wis. 1895-99; Danielson, 
Ct. 1899-1905; stud. Univ. Berlin 1905-06; sec. Educ'l Work 
People's Palace, Salvation Army, Boston from 1906. D.D. Red- 
field Coll. N.D. 1903. Address 43 St. James St. Roxbury, Mass. 

Lyman Fisk Rand b. Keene, N.H. June 16, 1848; Brown 1868; 
Ober. 1871; Princ. Sem. 1871-73; ord. Oct. 13, 1874; p. Stafford- 
ville, Ct. 1874-75; Lyndeboro, N.H. 1875-76; in business Brook- 
lyn, N.Y. 1877-89 and mfg chemist from 1889. 

Address 631 Hancock St. Brooklyn, N.Y. 

Joseph Bartlett Seabury b. New Bedford, Mass. Mar. 17, 1846; 
P.A; Amh. 1869; ord. Sept. 8, 1875; assoc. p. John St. ch. 
Lowell 1875-82; in Europe 1882-83; p. Dedham, Mass. 1885-99; 
w.c. Wellesley 1899-1902; sup. Manchester, Vt. 1902; Brighton, 
Mass. 1903; Needham 1903-04; Waban Union ch. soc. Newton 
from 1905; author Land of the Rich Port; ed. Eng. classics. 
Address Florence Ave. and Walnut St. Wellesley Hills, Mass. 

Edward Breathitte Sellers b. Andalusia Plantation, Miss. Mar. 16, 
1842; Wheaton 1866; ord. Selma, Ala. Nov. 12, 1874; p. Chatta- 



ALUMNI 1874 397 

nooga, Tenn. 1874—76; w.c. Boston, Taunton and Worcester, 
Mass. from 1876; d. June 4, 1883. 

Charles Rollin Seymour b. Rootstown, 0. July 23, 1845; West. Res. 
1870; ord. Oct. 8, 1874; p. North ch. Newburyport, Mass. 1874- 
79; Winchester 1879-88; Second ch. Bennington, Vt. 1888-1903; 
assoc. p. Broadway Tabernacle N.Y. City 1903-05; sup. Peru, Vt. 
1906 and 1907; p. Mt. Vernon Heights, N.Y. from 1907. D.D. 
Midd. and Howard Univ. D.C. 1902. 

Address 316 Highland Ave. Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 

John Edward Smith b. Henrysburg, Can. Aug. 22, 1843; Ober. 1870; 
teacher Atlanta Univ. Ga. 1874-76; ord. Jan. 3, 1877; p. Andover 
and West Andover, O. 1876-81; w.c. De Smet, Dak. 1883-85; 
teacher and miss'y Amer. Miss'y Assoc, to Indians, Ponca 
Agency, Neb. 1886-92; w.c. Fremontville, Cal. from 1892. 

Address Moor Park, Cal. 

Edwin Charles Stickel b. Lewisberry, Pa. Dec. 1, 1844; private 
150th Ohio Vols. 1864; Ober. 1865-67; Amh. 1869; supt pub. 
schools Selma, Ala. 1869-71; instructor Latin Talladega 1874—75; 
ord. Oberlin, O. Sept. 20, 1875; p. Montgomery, Ala. 1875-76; 
Mazomanie, Wis. 1877-80; Boscobel 1880-81; prof, and treas. 
Tougaloo Univ. Miss. 1882-84; treas. Fisk Univ. 1884-1904; in 
business Los Angeles, Cal. from 1904. 

Address 1632 Reid St. Los Angeles, Cal. 

Edward George Stone b. Warren, Ct. Aug. 4, 1845 ; Amh. 1871 ; ord. 
Oct. 28, 1874; p. New Castle, N.H. 1874-75; South Royalston, 
Mass. 1876-78; Granby, Ct. 1878-80; West Suffield 1880-82; 
Acworth, N.H. 1882-85; Plaistow 1886-89; Griswold, Ct. 1889-91; 
Niantic 1891-95; Westchester 1896-99; Killingworth 1900-05; 
Burlington from 1905. Address R. F. D. 2, Unionville, Ct. 

Charles Lucius Tomblen b. West Brookfield, Mass. June 26, 1848; 
Amh. 1871; ord. Aug. 30, 1877; p. Gilmanton Iron Works, N.H. 
1877-78; South Royalston, Mass. 1878-81; Simsbury, Ct. 1881- 
84; Agawam, Mass. 1884-87; Pepperell 1888-92; Ashland 1892- 
98; North Middleboro 1898-1906; Montague from 1907. 

Address Montague, Mass. 

Edward Payson Wheeler b. Odanah, Wis. Nov. 29, 1849; Beloit 
1870; a.p. Georgetown, Col. 1875-76; ord. Oct. 5, 1876; p. Wil- 
mette, 111. 1876-80; w.c. Beloit, Wis. 1881-91; res. Ashland 1891- 
98, p. 1891-92 and prin. North Wisconsin Acad. 1895-96; in 
business Chicago, 111. 1898-1902 and from 1907; Lake Geneva, 
Wis. 1902-07. Address 502 Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, 111. 

Leverett Supply Woodworth b. Wayne, O. Aug. 13, 1845; Brown 
1871; Ober. Sem. 1871-72; ord. Oct. 29, 1874; p. Campello, Mass. 



398 ALUMNI 1874 

1874-79; Seekonk, Mass. and East Providence, R.I. 1879-87; 
state miss'y 1887-95; p. Highland ch. Providence from 1890; 
del. Internat'l Cong. Council London 1891. 

Address 5 Rhode Island Ave. Providence, R.I. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Marvin Davis Bisbee (1871-73) b. Chester, Vt. June 21, 1845; Dart. 
1871; Chic. Sem. 1874; ord. Sept. 10, 1874; p. Fisherville (now 
Penacook), N.H. 1874^-77; Chapel ch. Cambridgeport, Mass. 
1877-81; assoc. ed. Gongregationalist 1881-86; lib'n Dart, from 
1886, also prof. Div. 1886-93 and prof. Bibliog. from 1893. 

Address Hanover, N.H. 

Albert Jerome Chittenden (1871-73) b. Westbrook, Ct. July 26, 
1838; ord. (Meth.) Randolph, Wis. Sept. 28, 1862; Ripon Coll. 
1868; supt Indian Mission White Earth Agency, Minn. 1868-71; 
Chic. Sem. 1874; p. (Cong.) Clinton, Io. 1874-75; Georgetown, 
Col. 1876; Boulder 1876-80; prin. Prep. Dept Wheaton Coll. 111. 
1880-81, instructor Theol. Dept and p. college ch. 1883-90; 
Lin wood 1881-83; in service Amer. Miss'y Assoc. Tenn. and Ky. 
1890-91; p. Mill River, Mass. 1893-96; w.c. New Marlboro 1892- 
93 and from 1897; d. Feb. 4, 1901. 

Edward Southworth Fitz (1871-73) b. Pembroke, N.H. Sept. 6, 1842; 
private 43d Mass. Vols. 1862-63; Amh. 1871; Drew Sem. in 1871; 
ord. May 20, 1874; p. Southampton, Mass. 1874-76; physician 
Chicago, 111. 1881-82; p. (Presb.) Mason City 1882-83; (Bapt.) 
Ridley Park, Pa. 1884-85, also res. lie. Crozer Sem.; p. South 
Seaville, N.J. 1885-91, also instructor Temple Coll. Philadelphia, 
Pa. 1887-89; p. Roadstown, N.J. 1891-96; left the ministry; 
d. Neligh, Neb. Mar. 14, 1902. M.D. Rush Med. Coll. 1881. 

William Henry Hubbard (1871-72) b. Clark Co. Ky. Apr. 16, 1851; 
Amh. 1871; Princ. Sem. 1874; ord. (Presb.) Trenton, N.J. Oct. 29, 
1874; p. (Cong.) Rutland, Mass. 1874-75; Merrimac 1875-83; 
South ch. Concord, N.H. 1883-85; Second ch. Holyoke, Mass. 
1885-86; First Presb. ch. Auburn, N.Y. from 1886. D.D. Berea 
1905. Address 35 Franklin St. Auburn, N.Y. 

Thomas George Rogers (1873-74) b. Clifton, Bristol, Eng. Aug. 17, 
1842; New College (including theol. course) London 1872; in 
Amer. export business London 1875-1905; res. Loughton from 
1877. Address 1 Habgood Park, Loughton, Essex, Eng. 

John Philip Sanderson (1871-72) b. Philadelphia, Pa. Oct. 29, 1850; 
Wittenberg Coll. O. 1869 and teacher prep, dept 1869-70; Witten- 
berg Sem. 1870-71; dep. postmaster Springfield, O. 1872-75; ord. 
(Luth.) Mount Carroll, 111. Aug. 20, 1876; p. South Dixon 1875- 
77; (Cong.) Vienna, Mich. 1877-82; Plymouth ch. Kalamazoo 



ALUMNI 1874 399 

1882-84; ed. Beacon Detroit 1884-88; p. First ch. Springfield, Mo. 
1888-89; assoc. ed. Mich. Christian Herald Detroit 1889-93; res. 
Lansing from 1893 ; registrar and treas. Mich. Cong. Assoc. 1883- 
89 and 1893-1908; registrar and treas. Mich. H.M. Soc. 1893- 
1908; sec. State Board of Corrections and Charities from 1908. 

Address 720 Chiawassee St. Lansing, Mich. 

SPECIAL COURSE 

Joseph Hardy Neesima (middle name for his benefactor, Alpheus 
Hardy, of Boston) (1870-72, 1873-74, grad.) b. Yedo (now 
Tokyo), Japan Feb. 12, 1843; came to U.S. 1865; P.A.; Sci. Dept 
Amh. 1870; ord. Mt. Vernon ch. Boston Sept. 24, 1874; corres. 
mem. Japan Mission of A.B.C.F.M. Kyoto from 1874; founder 
and pres. Doshisha Coll. ; d. Oiso Jan. 23, 1890. LL.D. Amh. 1889. 

William Henry Harrison Collins (1871-72) b. Alexandria, N.H. Oct. 
29, 1840; N.H. Conf. Sem. Tilton 1868-71; a.p. (Meth.) Sandown 
and Hampstead 1872-73; Fremont and Danville 1873-74; ord. 
deacon Apr. 26, 1874; p. Raymond 1874-75; Monroe and North 
Monroe 1875-76; Stratford 1877-78; South Columbia 1878-79; 
Stewartstown 1879-81; w.c. West Hampstead 1881-90; Haverhill, 
Mass. 1890-95; Cambridge 1895-1903; Somerville from 1903; 
d. June 2, 1905. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

Charles Anderson b. Sennett, N.Y. Apr. 4, 1847; private 174th N.Y. 
Vols. 1862-63; Ham. 1869; Auburn Sem. 1872-73; ord. Sept. 2, 
1874; p. North Woburn and Burlington, Mass. 1874-88; prof. 
Ethics and Rhet. and dean Robert Coll. Turkey from 1888. 

Address Robert College, Constantinople, Turkey. 

Roselle Theodore Cross b. Richville, N.Y. Aug. 21, 1844; Ober. 1867; 
Union Sem. 1867-68; ord. Oberlin, O. Nov. 4, 1869; prin. prep, 
dept Ober. 1869-73; p. Hamilton, N.Y. 1874-76; Colorado Springs, 
Col. 1876-81; West ch. Denver 1881-89; Silver Lake (now Fre- 
mont Ave.) ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 1889-93; York, Neb. 1893-, 
1903; Eugene, Ore. 1903-04; South Broadway ch. Denver, Col. 
1904-07; Fort Collins from 1908. D.D. Ober. 1898, York Coll. 
Neb. 1902. Address Fort Collins, Col. 

John William Hayley (1870-71, 1872-74) Class of 1864. 

Henry Marsh b. Eckford, Mich. Sept. 17, 1842; Olivet 1870; Yale 
Sem. 1870-71; Ober. Sem. 1873; ord. Apr. 23, 1875; p. Somerset, 
Mich. 1874-77; Kalamo 1877-80; Edmore 1880-95, also Six Lakes 
1886-91 and Vestaburg 1891-94; w.c. Olivet from 1895; d. Nov. 
10, 1899. 



400 ALUMNI 1875 

Augustus Marcus Rice b. Granby, N.Y. Dec. 2, 1842; Univ. Wis. 
1870; Chic. Sem. 1873; ord. Dec. 17, 1873; p. Little Compton, R.I. 
1873-82; West Tisbury, Mass. 1882-86; Dover 1886-90; Royalston 
1890-93; Sturbridge 1893-1902; w.c. Grafton 1902-03; p. Dun- 
stable from 1903. Address Dunstable, Mass. 

Stephen Lewis Bates Speare Class of 1857. 



1875 

GRADUATES 

Frank Louis Bristol b. Milf ord, Ct. Mar. 26, 1853 ; Yale Sem. 1872- 
74; ord. Oct. 21, 1875; p. Halifax, Mass. 1875-76; Westport 1876- 
77; West Tisbury 1879-80; Ithaca, Mich. 1880-84; East Tawas 
1884-85; Atlantic, Mass. 1885-88; Uxbridge 1888-1902; Candor, 
N.Y. 1902-07; Riverside, R.I. from 1907. 

Address 15 Oak Ave. Riverside, R.(. 

Willard Stanley Bugbey b. Hagerstown, Md. Sept. 24, 1852 ; Witten- 
berg Coll. 0. 1872; ord. Oct. 22, 1875; p. West Stewartstown, 
N.H. 1875-78; Middleville, Mich. 1878-85; Cheboygan 1885-88; 
South Haven 1888-92; Marysville 1892-1900; Waverly, 111. 1900 
06; Roseville from 1907. Address Roseville, 111. 

Almon Whitney Burr b. Strongsville, O. Jan. 18, 1845; Ober. 1868 
and tutor prep, dept 1870-74; Union Sem. 1868-69; Ober. Sem. 
1871; ord. Oberlin July 27, 1875; prin. Hallowell (Me.) Acad. 
1875-83; res. lie. 1884; prin. Beloit Coll. Acad. 1884-1907; prof. 
Pedagogy Beloit Coll. from 1886. 

Address 742 Church St. Beloit, Wis. 

Austin Hannahs Burr b. Charlestown, O. June 18, 1849 ; Ober. 1871 ; 
instructor Fisk Univ. 1871-72; ord. Nov. 3, 1875; p. Franklin, 
N.H. 1875-80; West ch. Andover, Mass. 1880-85; Peterboro, N.H. 
1885-89; Highland Lake, Col. 1889-90; Mystic, Ct. 1890-91; 
d. Demorest, Ga. Dec. 5, 1891. 

Charles Carroll Carpenter b. Bernardston, Mass. July 9, 1836; ord. 
Montreal, Can. May 9, 1860; miss'y Canada For. Miss'y Soc. 
Labrador 1858-65 (med. lectures Harv. 1859-60 and 1861-62) ; 
cashier U.S. Chr. Com. Va. 1864-65; res. Greenfield, Mass. 1865- 
66; supt Lookout Mountain (Tenn.) Educ'l Inst'ns 1866-72; p. 
Rockville (now Second) ch. Peabody and West Peabody, Mass. 
1875-80; Mont Vernon, N.H. 1880-85; res. Andover, Mass. from 
1885; ed. Andover Townsman 1887-89; ed'l contributor Congre- 
gationalist 1886-1906; sec. Alumni Assoc. And. Sem. 1890-1900, 
editing annual necrologies; compiler biographical catalogue PA. 
and centennial catalogue And. Sem. A.M. hon. Ham. 1869, Dart. 
1887. Address Andover, Mass. 



ALUMNI 1875 401 

James Hobart Childs b. Gilmanton, N.H. May 25, 1847; Amh. 1869; 
ord. Oct. 7, 1875; p. Byfield, Mass. 1875-81; Wenham 1881-84; 
Northbridge Centre 1884-1908, also Rockdale ch. 1884-97; North 
Rochester from 1908. Address R. F. D. 1, Marion, Mass. 

John Wilmarth Colwell b. Providence, R.I. May 3, 1847; Brown 
1872; ord. Sept. 22, 1875; p. West Concord, N.H. 1875-79; Pitts- 
field 1879-81; Rockville (now Second) ch. Peabody and West 
Peabody, Mass. 1881-87; Barrington, R.I. from 1887; d. Mar. 20, 
1896. 

Samuel Elijah Eastman b. Oswegatchie, N.Y. May 17, 1846; non- 
com 'd off'r 39th N.Y. Vols. 1864-65; Ober. 1872; Ober. Sem. 
1872-73; ord. Oct. 28, 1875; p. Swampscott, Mass. 1875-78; 
Newport, Ky. 1878-79; Marlboro, Mass. 1880-81; Canandaigua, 
N.Y. 1881-86 and w.c. 1886-93; p. Park ch. Elmira from 1893. 

Address 118 E. Chemung Place, Elmira, N.Y. 

Charles Edwin Gordon b. Lawrence, Mass. Oct. 15, 1848 ; Yale 1868- 
71; ord. May 17, 1876; p. Pomfret, Ct. 1876-78; Hardwick, Yt. 
1878-82; Salisbury, N.H. 1882-88, also Webster 1882-91; Lyme 
1891-1902; United ch. East Providence, R.L 1902-08; Derby, Vt. 
from 1908. Address Derby, Vt. 

James Langdon Hill b. Garnavillo, Io. Mar. 14, 1848 ; Iowa 1871 and 
tutor 1871-72; ord. Sept. 15, 1875; p. North ch. Lynn, Mass. 
1875-86; Mystic eh. Medford 1886-93; assoc. ed. Golden Rule 
Boston 1886-89; lit. work Salem from 1893; trustee Iowa. D.D. 
Iowa 1891. Son of James Jeremiah Hill, class of 1843. 

Address 225 Lafayette St. Salem, Mass. 

Francis Jewett Marsh b. Groton, Mass. Feb. 19, 1849; Amh. 1870; 
instructor Peekskill (N.Y.) Mil. Acad. 1870-71; prin. Derby 
Acad. Hingham, Mass. 1871-72; Yale Sem. 1872; ord. Jan. 26, 
1876; p. Upton, Mass. 1875-81; Walpole 1882-92; N.E. supt 
Cong. S.S. and Pub. Soc. Boston 1893-1906; res. Upton from 
1906. Son of Eliezer Jewett Marsh, class of 1838. 

Address 40 No. Main St. Upton, Mass. 

Harry Peirce Nichols b. Salem, Mass. Sept. 3, 1850; Harv. 1871; 
Epis. Div. Sch. Philadelphia, Pa. 1876 ; ord. deacon June 22, 1876 ; 
priest May 27, 1877; min. St. John's Free ch. Philadelphia 1876; 
r. St. Paul's ch. Brunswick, Me. 1877-83; asst min. Trinity ch. 
New Haven, Ct. 1883-92; r. St. Mark's ch. Minneapolis, Minn. 
1892-99; Holy Trinity ch. N.Y. City from 1899. D.D. N.Y. Univ. 
1904. Address 18 W. 122d St. New York City. 

Francis Parker b. Gloucester, Mass. July 19, 1847; Amh. 1872; ord. 
Dec. 5, 1878; p. Enfield, N.H. 1875-81 and 1888-89; Albany and 
Craftsbury, Vt. 1882-85; Lisbon, N.H. 1885-88; Waterbury, Vt. 
1889; Troy 1890-92; East Haddam, Ct. from 1892. 

Address East Haddam, Ct. 



402 ALUMNI 1875 

William Albert Rand b. Portsmouth, N.H. Aug. 30, 1842 ; non-com 'd 
off'r 16th N.H. Vols. 1862-63; a.p. South Seabrook 1867-75; ord. 
July 9, 1875 ; p. South Seabrook from 1875, also postmaster Isai- 
ah Address South Seabrook, N.H. 

Charles Joseph Hardy Ropes b. St. Petersburg, Russia Dec. 7, 1851 ; 
Yale 1872; stud. Univ. Tubingen 1872-73; res. lie. And. Sem. 
1876; Union Sem. 1876-77; ord. Aug. 15, 1877; p. Ellsworth, Me. 
1877-81; prof. Sac. Lit. Bangor Sem. 1881-82, prof. New Test. 
Lang, and Lit. 1882-1908, also lib'n 1887-1901 and from 1906. 
D.D. Yale and Bowd. 1894. 

Address 333 Hammond St. Bangor, Me. 

Charles Edmund Steele b. New Britain, Ct. Nov. 29, 1847; Yale 
1871; ord. Dec. 19, 1876; p. Winooski, Vt. 1876-77; in business 
New Britain, Ct. from 1877. 

Address 188 Chestnut St. New Britain, Ct. 

Peter Wagner b. Baltimore, O. Mar. 5, 1846; Otterbein Univ. O. 
1871; Lane Sem. 1872-74; a.p. Circleville 1875-76; ord. (United 
Brethren) Oct. 8, 1876; teacher Fairfield Union Acad. Pleasant- 
ville 1876-77; p. Bethany circuit Central O. Conf. 1878-79 and 
1881-82 ;*prof. Nat. Sci. Western Coll. Io. 1879-81; teacher Lan- 
caster, O. 1882-83; p. Marion 1883-84; prin. Green Hill (Ind.) 
Sem. 1884-85; pres. Gould Coll. Kan. 1885-88; res. Basil, O. 
1890-1901; prin. Kossuth (Io.) Acad. 1901-02; p. Dundee Mission 
Cedar Rapids 1902-07 and res. there after. 

Address 1252 C Ave. East Cedar Rapids, Io. 

Thomas Franklin Waters b. Salem, Mass. Apr. 12, 1851; Harv. 
1872; ord. Oct. 26, 1876; p. Edgartown 1875-78; South ch. 
Ipswich from 1879. Address Ipswich, Mass. 

Sheldon Harley Wheeler b. South Hero, Vt. June 20, 1850; Univ. 
Vt. 1871; Theol. Inst. Ct. 1872-73; ord. Dec. 16, 1875; p. Water- 
bury, Vt. 1875-86 and 1890-93; asst p. First ch. Los Angeles, Cal. 
1886-87; sec. Y.M.C.A. Redlands 1893-94; p. Compton 1895- 
1901; res. Long Beach 1887-90 and from 1901. 

Address 611 W. Ocean Park Ave. Long Beach, Cal. 

NON-GRADUATES 

Allison Dwight Adams (1873-74) b. Crystal Lake, 111. Aug. 29, 1849; 
Beloit 1871; Yale Sem. 1875; ord. Apr. 26, 1876; p. Sioux Falls, 
Dak. 1875-78; Kearney, Neb. 1878-80; Leeds and Windsor, Wis. 
1880-85; Antigo 1885-89; Oshkosh 1889-93; Fox Lake 1893-95; 
New Richmond 1895-1901; Rio and Wyocena 1901-02; Plain- 
view, Minn. 1903-05 ; Waseca from 1905. Address Waseca, Minn. 

John Henry Barrows (1874-75) b. Medina, Mich. July 11, 1847; 
Olivet 1867; Yale Sem. 1867-68; Union Sem. 1868-69; h.m. and 



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supt pub. instruction Osage Co. Kan. 1869-72; a.p. Springfield, 
111. 1872-73; foreign travel 1873-74; ord. Apr. 29, 1875; p. Eliot 
ch. Lawrence, Mass. 1875-80; Maverick ch. East Boston 1880-81; 
First Presb. ch. Chicago, 111. 1881-96; organizer and pres. Parlia- 
ment of Religions, World's Columbian Exposition Chicago 1893; 
stud. Univ. Gottingen 1896; Haskell lecturer India and Japan 
1896-97; lecturer on Compar. Religions Univ. Chic. 1896-99; 
lecturer Union Sem. 1898; pres. Ober. from 1899; ed. proceedings 
of World 's Parliament of Religions ; pub. Christianity the World 
Religion and The Christian Conquest of Asia; d. Obeirlin, 0. 
June 3, 1902. D.D. Lake Forest Univ. 1882. 

Frederick Haines Bartlett (1871-72, 1873-75) b. Bristol, N.H. May 
25, 1840; ord. Bristol Feb. 20, 1879; h.m. Central City, Dak. 1879; 
p. Breckenridge, Minn. 1883-84; civil eng. N.H. 1884-87; Ham- 
ilton and Mt. Vernon, Wash. 1891-95; lit. work Silverton, B.C. 
from 1895. Address Silverton, B.C. 

Robert Charles Bedford (1872-74) b. Sutton, Cambridgeshire, Eng. 
Dec. 5, 1849; Beloit 1872; Chic. Sem. 1875; ord. Nov. 30, 1875; 
p. Vermontville, Mich. 1875-76; Eaton Rapids 1876-79; Rockton, 
111. 1880-81; Watertown, Wis. 1881-82; Montgomery, Ala. 1882- 
90; sec. trustees and finan. agt Tuskegee Inst. Ala. from 1890. 
Address 832 Park Ave. Beloit, Wis.; in winter Tuskegee, Ala. 

Edward Dwight Eaton (1873-74) b. Lancaster, Wis. Jan. 12, 1851 
Beloit 1872; Yale Sem. 1875; stud. Univ. Leipsic and Univ 
Heidelberg 1875-76; ord. Oct. 14, 1876; p. Newton, Io. 1876-79 
Oak Park, 111. 1880-86; North ch. St. Johnsbury, Vt. 1905-07 
pres. Beloit 1886-1905 and from 1907; Southworth lecturer And 
Sem. 1903-04; trustee Beloit. D.D. Northwestern Univ. 1887 
Yale 1900; LL.D. Univ. Wis. 1887. Son of Samuel Witt Eaton 
class of 1846. Address Beloit, Wis 

Charles Whittlesey Guernsey (1872-74) b. Derby, Ct. Sept. 2, 1850 
Iowa 1871 ; Yale Sem. 1875 ; stud. Univ. Leipsic and Univ. Heidel 
berg 1875-76; stud, and practiced law Cleveland, O. from 1876 
d. Feb. 11, 1878. 

John Howard Hincks (1872-74) b. Bucksport, Me. Mar. 19, 1849; 
PA.; Yale 1872; Yale Sem. 1876; ord. Sept. 27, 1877; p. Bethany 
ch. Montpelier, Vt. 1877-88; prof. Hist, and Social Sci. and dean 
Atlanta Univ. from 1889; d. Atlanta, Ga. Dec. 11, 1894. 

John Andrew Kaley (1872-74) b. Beavertown, Pa. Mar. 31, 1845; 
U.S. Signal Corps 1864-65; Wittenberg Coll. 0. 1872; Yale Sem. 
1875; ord. Mar. 10, 1876; p. Derby, Vt. 1876-77; Irasburg 1877- 
79; foreign travel 1879-80; p. Second ch. Jackson, Mich. 1880-81; 
w.c. Middleville 1882-85; p. Chelsea 1885-87; Ovid 1887-88; 



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Carson City 1889-90; Lexington, 0. 1892-95; Vermilion 1895- 
1903; Little Valley, N.Y. 1903-05; North Ridgeville, 0. from 
1906. Address North Ridgeville, O. 

William Lawrence (1872-74) b. Boston May 30, 1850; Harv. 1871; 
Epis. Div. Sch. Philadelphia, Pa.; Epis. Theol. Sch. Cambridge, 
Mass. 1875; ord. deacon June 13, 1875; priest June 11, 1876; 
r. Grace ch. Lawrence 1876-84; prof. Homiletics and Past'l Care 
and dean Epis. Theol. Sch. Cambridge 1884-93; bishop of Mass. 
from 1893; Univ. preacher Harv. 1888-91; author of lives of 
Amos A. Lawrence and Roger Wolcott, and Phillips Brooks, a 
Study; overseer Harv.; trustee Wellesley and Smith. D.D. 
Hobart 1890, Harv. 1893; LL.D. Princ. 1904, Cambridge 1908; 
D.C.L. Durham 1908. 

Address 122 Commonwealth Ave. Boston; 101 Brattle St. 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Robert John Mathews (1872-74) b. Glyn Neath, Wales Dec. 27, 
1842; West. Res. 1872; ord. Aug. 16, 1874; p. Fairhaven, Vt. 
187^76; Bevier, Mo. 1876-78; Mahanoy, Pa. 1879; Wellsville, 
Mo. 1879-84; Hamilton 1884-92; Creston, 111. 1892-94; Lebanon, 
Mo. 1894-97; New Cambria 1897-1901; Sterling, Kan. 1901-04; 
Emporia from 1905. Address Emporia, Kan. 

David MacGregor Means (1872-74) b. Groton, Mass. May 1, 1847; 
P.A.; Yale 1868 and tutor 1875; teacher PA. 1869-70 and 1875- 
76; Yale Sem. 1874-75; fellow Johns Hopkins 1876-77; prof. 
Polit. and Ment. Sci. Midd. 1877-80; lawyer N.Y. City from 1882; 
ed'l writer Nation and Evening Post; author of books on 
political economy. 

Address 31 Nassau St. New York City; Summit, N.J.; in 

summer Waterbury, Vt. 

Charles Lancaster Short (1872-74) b. Roxbury, Mass. Sept. 4, 1850; 
Columb. 1872; Gen. Theol. Sem. 1876; ord. (Epis.) deacon July 2, 
1876; priest May 27, 1877; r. St. Margaret's ch. Staatsburg, N.Y. 
1876-80; Trinity ch. Melrose, Mass. 1880-88; St. Andrew's ch. 
New Castle, Me. 1889-94; St. Andrew's ch. North Grafton, Mass. 
1902-05; asst min. Christ ch. Savannah, Ga. 1905-06; r. ch. of 
Heavenly Rest Plainfield, N.J. 1906-07; asst min. All Saints' ch. 
Worcester, Mass. 1894-1902 and from 1907. 

Address 24 Germain St. Worcester, Mass. 

James DeLong Williamson (1872-74) b. Cleveland, 0. Mar. 12, 1849; 
West. Res. 1870; Union Sem. 1875; ord. (Presb.) Oct. 26, 1875; 
p. Norwalk, 0. 1875-84; Warren 1885-88; Beckwith Memorial 
ch. Cleveland 1888-1901 and w.c. from 1901; trustee West. Res. 
and Lake Erie Coll. 0. D.D. Univ. Wooster 1901. 

Address 11205 Bellflower Road, N.E., Cleveland, O. 



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SPECIAL COURSE 

John Campbell Edgar (1872-74) b. Glasgow, Scot. July 12, 1838; 
4th Reg. Light Dragoons (" Queen's Own") Crimean War; in 
battles of Alma, Inkerman, Balaklava, and Sebastopol; Bangor 
Sem. 1875; ord. Saundersville, Mass. July 13, 1875; p. Heath 
1875-79; Hubbardton, Vt. from 1879; d. Apr. 29, 1881. 

Andrew Mitchell (1872-73) b. Brechin, Scot. July 19, 1824; ord. 
(Bapt.) Nov. 6, 1873; p. Chester, N.H. 1873-76; Redwood City, 
Cal. 1876-77; res. West Berkeley 1877-83; Oakland from 1883; 
d. Mar. 3, 1905. 

Thomas Robinson (1872-74) b. Ramsbury, Wiltshire, Eng. May 30, 
1843; Amh. 1868-70 and 1871-72; miss'y work Labrador 1870-71, 
1872 and 1873; prof. Nat. Phil, and Chem. Howard Univ. D.C. 
1874-87, also prin. Normal Dept 1875-81; asst eng. U.S.A. Engi- 
neer dept Ga. and Ala. 1887-98; Portland, Me. 1898-1902; head 
waters of Miss. River, Minn, from 1902. A.M. hon. Amh. 1877. 

Address U.S. Engineer Office, St. Paul, Minn. 

James Theodore Wilson (1872-74) b. Brooklyn, N.Y. July 27, 1838; 
Chic. Sem. 1874-75; ord. June 29, 1875; p. Port Leyden, N.Y. 
1875-77; d. Brooklyn July 1, 1878. 

RESIDENT LICENTIATES 

William Parmenter Bennett b. Groton, Mass. Nov. 6, 1836; Wms. 
1862; teacher Abington and Millbury 1862-64; prin. Bradford 
(Io.) Acad. 1865-69; ord. Dee. 8, 1870; p. Mason City 1870-74; 
Lyndon and Lyndonville, Vt. 1875-80; Ames, Io. 1880-84; Crete, 
Neb. from 1884; trustee Doane; d. Mar. 9, 1896. 

Charles Nelson Flanders Class of 1874. 

Walter Rice b. Ashburnham, Mass. Dec. 25, 1836; Beloit 1862; U.S. 
Chr. Com. 1863; Newton Sem. 1865; ord. (Bapt.) July 25, 1865; 
p. West Acton, Mass. 1865-67; (Cong.) Second ch. South Royals- 
ton 1868-74; Lunenburg 1875-79; Brandon, Vt. 1880-88; res. 
Cambridge, Mass. 1889-91, sup. Yarmouth 1890-91; p. Agawam 
1892-1908 and w.c. from 1908. 

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